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Does the high-tech enterprise certification policy promote innovation in ? Results of this study can be discussed on the e-journals website
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Economics E-Journal Dec 13
New paper in on the optimal privatization levels under inter-port . Wei Wang, Xiujuan Liu, Lili Ding, Chen Li, and Wensi Zhang consider both horizontal and vertical differentiation.
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Economics E-Journal Dec 12
For seekers, the up-to-date information about ’ detailed demands might be helpful. This study analyses ’ demand for individual
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FHI 360 Research Dec 11
New “which tests not witch hunts” paper provides tips & resources for researchers seeking a neutral approach to research:
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Economics E-Journal Dec 10
How do taxable income responses to marginal rates differ by , marital status and age? Evidence from dual tax by Carlos Díaz-Caro and Jorge Onrubia
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Economics E-Journal Dec 7
David Laborde and Valeria Piñeiro (both ) on “Monitoring agricultural productivity for sustainable production and R&D planning”:
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Economics E-Journal Dec 3
Authors of the , and require more effective and inclusive regional governance because of its unparalleled importance especially for .
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Economics E-Journal Nov 26
Replications are an important public good to the community. By opening a section in our , open assessment journal, we hope to make it easier for authors to provide this important public good
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Economics E-Journal Nov 21
An international group of university is planning a new which will allow articles on sensitive debates to be written under pseudonyms.
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Economics E-Journal Nov 15
How is the causality between and inequality? This study proves a mutual influence between corruption and income in .
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Economics E-Journal Nov 12
In this Global Solutions Paper, Helmut K. Anheier, Markus Lang, and Stefan Toepler recommend how and could find new ways to relate to each other in both and contexts after the financial crisis
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Economics E-Journal Nov 9
Jaime Vallés-Giménez und Anabel Zárate-Marco calculate the effort of the regions using different techniques which have rarely been applied in this field. They recommend to increase the regulatory powers of the
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Economics E-Journal Nov 5
Call for papers: Is status-seeking good or bad for well-being? And for growth? How can policy-makers act in order to mitigate undesired -effects and to foster desired ones?
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Economics E-Journal Nov 2
Is a revision of the common understanding of Rawls' Theory of as necessary? See how Antonio Abatemarco and Francesca Stroffolini interpret the difference principle
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Economics E-Journal Oct 25
Does improved storage infrastructure increase or decrease the motivation of to produce? studies a capital subsidy scheme for construction and renovation of rural godowns in to answer this question
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Economics E-Journal Oct 23
How is the price setting tied to and reference price considerations? Régis Chenavaz and Corina Paraschiv show that firms and retailers would benefit from adapting their policies to consumer , thereby becoming more profitable
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Economics E-Journal Oct 22
et al. propose a set of policies tackling and social and disintegration that would move us toward a more inclusive path
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Economics E-Journal Oct 18
New approach to generate more practical and realistic and optimization policies
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Economics E-Journal Oct 17
Why do firms issue gift cards or vouchers instead of ? This analysis considers issuing gift cards as a collusion-facilitating practice. A firm that issues gift cards can raise its for several reasons
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Kiel Institute (IfW) Oct 16
We ar very pleased to honor from with this year’s Bernhard Harms Prize on October 24 for her exceptional contributions to global economic research! Don´t miss the livestream on
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