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Is sluggish growth is mainly due to temporary factors or due to lower potential ? Salomon Fiedler, Klaus-Jürgen Gern, Nils Jannsen, and Maik Wolters evaluate most recent data and discuss implications for policy
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Economics E-Journal Feb 14
This analysis by José Ramón García and Valeri Sorolla indicates that the high rate in could be reduced if the wage system was changed to individual negotiation.
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Economics E-Journal Feb 14
This paper deals with a new class of , digital currencies or , from the point of view of their statistical properties and the herding ’s law
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Economics E-Journal Feb 14
The for corn seems to be the most important source of within markets. A reason for this may be that a large part of output is used to produce . What are main sources of food price volatility?
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Economics E-Journal Feb 12
is the world's largest dioxide emitter, and China's Low-Carbon Pilot (CLCP) policy has significantly reduced and achieved expected benefits. However, is quality improving at the expense of growth?
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Economics E-Journal Feb 12
Goodbye to our senior editor and thanks for all your input and improvement!
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Economics E-Journal Feb 12
This paper examines the effects of and on financial on data from 125 countries. It shows that GDP has a positive impact on development in high- and middle- countries, whereas inflation has a negative effect
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Economics E-Journal Feb 11
How insights into family might enable to revise their calculations of in national and transnational businesses and the relations between them.
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Kiel Institute (IfW) Feb 11
, opening the farewell conference in Kiel: "How to help the disadvantaged of society and thereby recouple economic with social prosperity, has been a unifying principle for all my work."
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Economics E-Journal Feb 11
science studies human thought as -processing. economics studies how real people make decisions. Why don’t these disciplines talk more?
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Economics E-Journal Feb 8
Recent work in the of ethics shows that economic is not reducible to either individual or collective norms. argues that everyday becomes a moral , and vice versa
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Economics E-Journal Feb 7
This Solutions Paper presents three concrete policy proposals to improve the performance expenditures and tax incentives
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Economics E-Journal Feb 6
Edmund T. Rolls shows that the concept of a rational self-interested decision-maker in can now be updated to take into account a much broader perspective on how humans take value-based
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Economics E-Journal Feb 6
How new knowledge might be integrated into macroeconomic thinking - Call for papers for our special issue “Bio-Psycho-Social Foundations of ”, edited by David Tuckett and Dennis J. Snower
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Economics E-Journal Feb 5
In , after abolition of the one-child policy 2015, policy and fertility decision of families changed. Does this change also cause a change of outcomes when the only of a family turns to the first born of a ?
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Economics E-Journal Feb 4
the current crisis of the liberal world order requires new paradigm for our thinking about human relations. can help to create new narratives and governance structures appropriate for recoupling our social, economic and political domains
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Economics E-Journal Feb 4
Lesson to be learnt from the paper by Katarina Juselius and Sophia Dimelis is that imbalances in the - whether internal or external - can be intolerable costly if they are allowed to accumulate over longer periods
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Economics E-Journal Feb 3
Interesting discussion on open review @ biisavedoff
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Economics E-Journal Feb 1
How is correlation between the parental and the child’s adult disposable income? William Nilsson introduces a correlation curve as a tool to study the degree of income
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The Hertie School Jan 26
Read Helmut Anheier's recommendations for improving the relationship between governments and in new research published in .
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