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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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Economics E-Journal Oct 15
Central may possess more responsibility than usually deemed. Siyan Chen and Saul Desiderio make a case for a more democratic control of actions
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Economics E-Journal Oct 12
Shingirirai S. Mutanga , Rainer Quitzow, and Jan Christoph Steckel on “Tackling , and challenges in ”.
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Economics E-Journal Oct 11
has a positive role in the process: leisure can improve individuals’ productivity by affecting their self-development.
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Economics E-Journal Oct 11
New paper by Eugenio Díaz-Bonilla : Financing “a sustainable food future”: some thoughts for the G20 http://www.economics-ejournal.orghttp://www.economics-ejournal.org/economics/discussionpapers/2018-73
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Economics E-Journal Oct 9
A platform for accelerating the jobs of the future.
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Anne Fausto-Sterling Oct 2
Donna Strickland, first woman in 55 yrs to win a Nobel In physics. Also she is only an Associate Professor. Also Wikipedia rejected an entry on her because she wasn't famous enough. ?
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Economics E-Journal Oct 2
“The Future of Work is now. It is not predetermined: let´s act on it!” demand , and in their latest Global Solutions Paper on
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Economics E-Journal Oct 1
To face the impacts of change, low carbon and resilient infrastructure is urgently needed
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Economics E-Journal Sep 22
P. Dorian Owen argues for an approach to that specifically assesses whether the results reported in empirical studies, especially those using observational data, are based on ‘statistically adequate’ models
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Economics E-Journal Sep 21
Investments in system innovations are key in driving change towards more a more and food secure future
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Economics E-Journal Sep 20
How is the intraday relationship between returns and trading volumes of and futures? These findings suggest that the -volume relationship differs significantly for the stock and futures volumes
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Economics E-Journal Sep 19
Dataset choice matters. Antonio Díaz, Francisco Jareño and Eliseo Navarro evaluate 3 alternative for -coupon interest and highlight the potential consequences of differences among these databases
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Economics E-Journal Sep 18
The IS puzzle – the observation that the output gap is not dependent on the real rate in a significant manner – is a major concern to those for whom rates are a key policy tool. This paper tries to solve the IS puzzle
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Economics E-Journal Sep 17
E-commerce can provide various potential and actual benefits to micro firms. This study examines the relationship between the use of and implications on micro firms in for the year 2012
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Economics E-Journal Sep 14
Despite much attention to the topic of avoidance in developing countries, and despite the importance of China to the world’s , relatively little is known about the existence of -shifting in
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Economics E-Journal Sep 13
What we can learn from the crisis? Katarina Juselius and Sophia Dimelis present empirical results relevant for a more elaborate understanding of the deep and prolonged Greek starting roughly in 2008
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Economics E-Journal Sep 12
What happens when people compete for through conspicuous ? This paper investigates social limits to and conspicuous norms.
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