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Economics E-Journal May 24
The neoliberal economy is failing to address the basic needs of most of their citizens, says . Changing this model requires not just technocratic reforms, but a new contract
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Economics E-Journal May 23
Any policy relying on an which aims at mitigating wasteful conspicuous should carefully consider what are ruling norms that determine status. New article by Ennio Bilancini and Leonardo Boncinelliy
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Economics E-Journal May 17
When different levels of are blaming each other for the effects of the recession and imbalances it is desirable to know the tax effort of sub-national governments. This study calculates tax effort in
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Economics E-Journal May 16
The order quantity proposed in this study aims to improve firms’ performance in terms of demand sensing, purchasing, inventory optimization, and more importantly, higher availability and satisfaction
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Economics E-Journal May 16
The order quantity model proposed in this study aims to improve ’ performance in terms of sensing, purchasing, inventory optimization, and more importantly, higher availability and satisfaction
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Economics E-Journal May 15
Is Metcalfe’s law is valid for ? Daniel Traian Pele and Miruna Mazurencu-Marinescu-Pele investigate Metcalfe's law and log-period power laws in the cryptocurrencies .
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Economics E-Journal May 10
Is there a difference in educational outcomes after the abolition of the one-child policy in ? Yehui Lao and Zhiqiang Dong find that the only child has significant higher outcomes comparing to a child who has siblings
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Economics E-Journal May 9
One way of investigating the robustness of experimental results is their . This study compares effects and dynamics in field and laboratory experimental asset markets
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Economics E-Journal May 8
Regional governments provide a convenient field to test whether fiscal consolidation hurts economic growth. Empirical evidence from regions presented by Beatriz Lopez-Bermudez in
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Santiago Lago-Peñas May 7
New Discussion Paper 2019-34 chez , jointly with and Beatriz Lopez-Bermudez : 'Does fiscal consolidation hurt economic growth? Empirical evidence from Spanish regions' … vía
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Economics E-Journal May 7
What may lead to dysfunctions in markets? A key problem in studying security empirically is their complexity and interaction of many variables. This study proposes a new experimental design for investigating markets
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Economics E-Journal May 6
Sangwook Sung, Hoon Cho, and Doojin Ryu investigate runs of during . They find that panic-based market runs can arise not because of systematic but because of the fear of runs
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Economics E-Journal Apr 29
The increase of the unemployment rate favors the increase of the shadow economy in the developed and developing countries, and reduces the shadow economy mainly in the developed countries.
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Economics E-Journal Apr 18
Most red article last month in 'Green fiscal reform for a just energy transition in Latin America'
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Economics E-Journal Apr 15
Why may identical policies have different outcomes in different country? proposes a new theoretical framework to gauge the effectiveness of policies and their impact on the rate and domestic
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Economics E-Journal Apr 11
Call for papers: Special issue on "Bio-psycho-social foundations of " is now open for submissions. Deadline: October 31, 2019
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Economics E-Journal Apr 8
seekers often do not know the detailed expectations of . Robert Pater, Jaroslaw Szkola, and Marcin Kozak propose a method of the analysis of demand for competences at a scope
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Economics E-Journal Apr 5
Analysts of lament that political polarization has been increasing in the , and in many other countries around the world. This study provides evidence in support of the responsibility of the in explaining this phenomenon
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Economics E-Journal Apr 4
In Dennis Snower shows how G20 can help to create new narratives and governance structures that are appropriate for recoupling our social, economic and political domains in a globalized world.
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Economics E-Journal Apr 3
Time series is an integral part of the toolkit of government analysts. Lionel Roger suggests that robustness checks should become standard procedure for analysis using single-country
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