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Volume 34, issue 3, 2022

Who is afraid of sanctions? The macroeconomic and distributional effects of the sanctions against Iran pp. 395-428 Downloads
Morteza Ghomi
The interest premium for left government: Regression‐discontinuity estimates pp. 429-443 Downloads
Joseph T. Ornstein, Jude C. Hays and Robert J. Franzese
Political economy of immigration policy in GCC countries pp. 444-464 Downloads
Louis Jaeck
Commodity terms of trade shocks and political transitions pp. 465-493 Downloads
Thorsten Janus, Daniel Riera‐Crichton and Brittany Tarufelli
The partisan divide in U.S. congressional communications after the China shock pp. 494-526 Downloads
John Kuk, Deborah Seligsohn and Jiakun Jack Zhang

Volume 34, issue 2, 2022

The economics of change and stability in social trust: Evidence from (and for) Catalan secession pp. 275-297 Downloads
Christan Bjørnskov, Miguel Ángel Borrella‐Mas and Martin Rode
Oil price shocks, protest, and the shadow economy: Is there a mitigation effect? pp. 298-321 Downloads
Phoebe W. Ishak and Mohammad Reza Farzanegan
Federalism, but how? The impact of vertical fiscal imbalance on economic growth. Evidence from Belgium pp. 322-350 Downloads
Alessio Mitra and Athanasios Chymis
The influence of financial and economic literacy on policy preferences in Italy pp. 351-381 Downloads
Beatrice Magistro
Revisiting global imbalances: A comparative analysis of income and consumption inequality pp. 382-390 Downloads
Li Sheng and Zhaoyong Zhang

Volume 34, issue 1, 2022

Inflation concerns and mass preferences over exchange‐rate policy pp. 5-40 Downloads
Michaël Aklin, Eric Arias and Julia Gray
The effects of foreign aid on rebel governance: Evidence from a large‐scale US aid program in Syria pp. 41-66 Downloads
Allison Carnegie, Kimberly Howe, Adam Lichtenheld and Dipali Mukhopadhyay
Conditional political budget cycles: The role of time preference pp. 67-91 Downloads
Andreas Kyriacou, Tomohito Okabe and Oriol Roca‐Sagalés
Death and taxes: Does taxation matter for firm survival? pp. 92-112 Downloads
Serhan Cevik and Fedor Miryugin
Trump’s wall and gourmet coffee sales: The effect of a consumer boycott in Mexico pp. 113-141 Downloads
Pablo Peña, Saidé Salazar and Carlos Serrano
Examining persistent effects of extractive institutions in the United States pp. 142-170 Downloads
Liam Rose and Asha Shepard
Pull factors for migration: The impact of migrant integration policies pp. 171-191 Downloads
Cosimo Beverelli
Negotiating exclusion: Regulatory barriers in preferential trade agreements pp. 192-220 Downloads
İpek Çınar and Robert Gulotty
Canals, climate, and corruption: The provisioning of public infrastructure under uncertainty pp. 221-252 Downloads
Sechindra Vallury and Bryan Leonard
The economic impact of political instability and mass civil protest pp. 253-270 Downloads
Samer Matta, Michael Bleaney and Simon Appleton

Volume 33, issue 3, 2021

Firms, states, and global production pp. 405-414 Downloads
Soo Yeon Kim and B. Peter Rosendorff
Investment commitments in PTAs and MNCS in partner countries pp. 415-442 Downloads
Soo Yeon Kim
Fostering global value chains through international agreements: Evidence from Vietnam pp. 443-482 Downloads
Edmund J. Malesky and Helen V. Milner
Labor upgrading and export market opportunities: Evidence from Vietnam pp. 483-513 Downloads
Edmund J. Malesky and Layna Mosley
The end of currency manipulation? Global production networks and exchange rate outcomes pp. 514-532 Downloads
Ryan M. Weldzius
Trade agreements and Global Value Chain (GVC) participation: Evidence from Chinese industries pp. 533-582 Downloads
Ka Zeng, Yue Lu and Ya‐wei Li
Engineering crises: Favoritism and strategic fiscal indiscipline pp. 583-610 Downloads
Gilles Saint‐Paul, Davide Ticchi and Andrea Vindigni
Do tax and expenditure limitations exacerbate rising income inequality? pp. 611-643 Downloads
Steven Deller, Craig Maher and Judith Stallmann
Trade openness and political distortions pp. 644-663 Downloads
Daryna Grechyna
Misremembering Weimar: Hyperinflation, the Great Depression, and German collective economic memory pp. 664-686 Downloads
Lukas Haffert, Nils Redeker and Tobias Rommel

Volume 33, issue 2, 2021

The price of doing business: Why replaceable foreign firms get worse government treatment pp. 209-243 Downloads
Leslie Johns and Rachel L. Wellhausen
Presidential antagonism and central bank credibility pp. 244-263 Downloads
Carola Binder
Inside job: Migration and distributive politics in the European Union pp. 264-288 Downloads
Merih Angin, Albana Shehaj and Adrian J. Shin
Female politicians in municipal councils and fiscal performance pp. 289-314 Downloads
Roberto Cabaleiro‐Casal and Enrique Buch‐Gómez
War, inequality, and taxation pp. 315-342 Downloads
Dalton C. Dorr and Adrian J. Shin
Market competition, relocation and lobbying pp. 343-356 Downloads
Vivekananda Mukherjee and Amrita Kamalini Bhattacharyya
National support for the European integration project: Does financial integration matter? pp. 357-378 Downloads
Patricia Esteve‐González, Helmut Herwartz and Bernd Theilen
Do interactions with candidates increase voter support and participation? Experimental evidence from Italy pp. 379-402 Downloads
Enrico Cantoni and Vincent Pons

Volume 33, issue 1, 2021

Income distribution and economic development: Insights from machine learning pp. 1-36 Downloads
Pushan Dutt and Ilia Tsetlin
Country asymmetry, trade agreements, and transfers pp. 37-51 Downloads
Jean-Marc Kilolo
A tale of two gravities pp. 52-75 Downloads
Jason H. Bowman, Xiaoping Chen and Ben Li
Political credit cycles pp. 76-108 Downloads
Andreas Kern and Puspa Amri
Electoral uncertainty and financial volatility: Evidence from two‐round presidential races in emerging markets pp. 109-132 Downloads
Daniel Carnahan and Sebastian Saiegh
How an ineffective agent can increase his budget pp. 133-147 Downloads
Kimiko Terai and Amihai Glazer
Masculinity cues, perceptions of politician attributes, and political behavior pp. 148-171 Downloads
Ho Fai Chan, Ahmed Skali, David Stadelmann, Benno Torgler and Stephen Whyte
Stock markets in turmoil: political institutions and the impact of elections pp. 172-204 Downloads
Martin Lausegger

Volume 32, issue 3, 2020

Do economic recessions “squeeze the middle class”? pp. 335-355 Downloads
Alberto Batinti and Joan Costa‐Font
Voting, taxes, and heterogeneous preferences: Evidence from Swedish local elections pp. 356-380 Downloads
Eva Mörk and Mattias Nordin
Why your neighbor matters: Positions in preferential trade agreement networks and export growth in global value chains pp. 381-410 Downloads
Jong Hee Park and Byung Koo Kim
Political efficacy and the persistence of turnout shocks pp. 411-429 Downloads
Sebastian Garmann
External threats, political turnover, and fiscal capacity pp. 430-462 Downloads
Hector Galindo‐Silva

Volume 32, issue 2, 2020

Moving markets? Government bond investors and microeconomic policy changes pp. 197-249 Downloads
Layna Mosley, Victoria Paniagua and Erik Wibbels
The political economy of trade and migration: Evidence from the U.S. Congress pp. 250-278 Downloads
Paola Conconi, Giovanni Facchini, Max Steinhardt and Maurizio Zanardi
Civil service reform, self‐selection, and bureaucratic performance pp. 279-304 Downloads
Daniel Gibbs
Political budget cycles and voting within a federal country: The influence of political alignment pp. 305-334 Downloads
Pablo Garofalo, Daniel Lema and Jorge Streb

Volume 32, issue 1, 2020

Salvation by good works? Offshoring, corporate philanthropy, and public attitudes toward trade policy pp. 1-27 Downloads
Andrew Kerner and Jane L. Sumner
Join hands or walk alone? Evidence on lobbying for trade policy in India pp. 28-67 Downloads
Amrita Saha
Globalization and electoral outcomes: Evidence from Italy pp. 68-103 Downloads
Mauro Caselli, Andrea Fracasso and Silvio Traverso
Can social spending cushion the inequality effect of globalization? pp. 104-142 Downloads
Andreas Bergh, Irina Mirkina and Therese Nilsson
Familiarity breeds growth: The impact of factional ties on local cadres’ economic performance in China pp. 143-171 Downloads
Stan Hok‐Wui Wong and Yu Zeng
Understanding political−economic development in the American South pp. 172-195 Downloads
George A. Krause and Matthew Zarit
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