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Kiel Institute (IfW) Oct 18
It's your turn to apply for the Excellence Awards 2018 -like & did last year
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Economics E-Journal Oct 18
Evidence from Côte d’Ivoire shows role of and in war and post-war situations
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Economics E-Journal Oct 16
Should central banks ‘lean against the wind’ to foster macro- stability?
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Ninja Economics Oct 16
How blockchain could help to prevent deadly epidemics
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Economics E-Journal Oct 16
This analysis can help in the design of appropriate policy interventions t achieve specific
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Economics E-Journal Oct 16
Proposals towards an enabling environment in national and multilateral contexts
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Economics E-Journal Oct 13
Willem H. Buiter and Anne C. Sibert 'The fallacy of the fiscal theory of the price level – one last time'
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Ralf Toepfer Oct 11
Kudos to for "The practice of replication" Contains a lot of interesting and thought-provoking papers
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Economics E-Journal Oct 10
'The Sustainable Development Goals and the systems approach to sustainability' via
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Economics E-Journal Oct 9
Congrats to Richard Thaler, winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economic Science via
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Economics E-Journal Oct 9
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Kiel Institute (IfW) Oct 9
for the Excellence Awards 2018–we honor young Economists for outstndng research in global economic affairs
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Economics E-Journal Oct 9
How expansions of roads networks affect the Sustainable Development Goals : the case of the Brazilian Amazon
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Kiel Institute (IfW) Oct 9
We saw it coming ! Congratulations to , winner of the Global Economy Prize 2014“
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Kai Neumann Oct 6
'Beyond wishful thinking: Explorative Qualitative Modeling (EQM) as a tool for achieving the SDGs' via
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Economics E-Journal Oct 6
Could this model be a tool for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals ?
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Economics E-Journal Oct 5
Who will win the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics? Here are some of the likely candidates via
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Economics E-Journal Oct 4
Global production sharing activities greatly increase the chances of survival in export markets.Evidence from Turkey
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Economics E-Journal Oct 4
Anti-corruption cases seem to have a beneficial effect on reducing SO2 in
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Economics E-Journal Oct 2
Assar Lindbeck’s reflections on as a science. Speech held being rewarded the 2017 Global Economy Prize
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