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Volume 23, issue 2, 2021

Distributive politics with other‐regarding preferences pp. 203-227 Downloads
Minh T. Le, Alejandro Saporiti and Yizhi Wang
Stochastic dominance and decomposable measures of inequality and poverty pp. 228-247 Downloads
Buhong Zheng
On multidimensional poverty rankings of binary attributes pp. 248-274 Downloads
Vito Peragine, Maria G. Pittau, Ernesto Savaglio and Stefano Vannucci
A noncooperative model of contest network formation pp. 275-317 Downloads
Kenan Huremović
Subsidizing heterogeneous higher education systems pp. 318-344 Downloads
Limor Hatsor and Itzhak Zilcha
Public provisions of professional services pp. 345-362 Downloads
Krzysztof Szczygielski
When redistribution makes personalized pricing of externalities useless pp. 363-375 Downloads
Marc Fleurbaey and Ulrike Kornek
Individually rational rules for the division problem when the number of units to be allotted is endogenous pp. 376-401 Downloads
Gustavo Bergantiños, Jordi Massó and Alejandro Neme

Volume 23, issue 1, 2021

Private protection and public policing pp. 5-28 Downloads
Ross Hickey, Steeve Mongrain, Joanne Roberts and Tanguy van Ypersele
Social Security and the increasing longevity gap pp. 29-52 Downloads
Eytan Sheshinski and Frank Caliendo
Speculative trade and the value of public information pp. 53-68 Downloads
Spyros Galanis
Criminal mobility, fugitives, and extradition rules pp. 69-104 Downloads
Rosario Crinó, Giovanni Immordino and Salvatore Piccolo
Green consumers and environmental policy pp. 105-140 Downloads
Christos Constantatos, Christos Pargianas and Eftichios Sartzetakis
The political economy of enforcer liability for wrongful police stops pp. 141-157 Downloads
Tim Friehe and Murat C. Mungan
On the core of economies with multilateral environmental externalities pp. 158-171 Downloads
Giorgos Stamatopoulos
Lexicographic choice under variable capacity constraints pp. 172-196 Downloads
Battal Doğan, Serhat Doğan and Kemal Yildiz
Special issue on: The economics of Covid and other pandemics pp. 197-197 Downloads
Rabah Amir and Raouf Boucekkine

Volume 22, issue 6, 2020

Introduction to the thematic issue on “Regulation in health, environmental and innovation sectors” pp. 1740-1745 Downloads
Rabah Amir, Joana Resende and Bernard Sinclair‐Desgagné
Cost–benefit analysis of age‐specific deconfinement strategies pp. 1746-1771 Downloads
Christian Gollier
Environmental certification programs: How does information provision compare with taxation? pp. 1772-1800 Downloads
Andrea Podhorsky
Can mandatory certification promote greenwashing? A signaling approach pp. 1801-1851 Downloads
Dolores Garrido, Ana Espínola‐Arredondo and Felix Munoz‐Garcia
Make and buy in a polluting industry pp. 1852-1874 Downloads
Takeshi Iida and Arijit Mukherjee
Cumulative innovation, open source, and distance to frontier pp. 1875-1920 Downloads
Luigi Balletta and Antonio Tesoriere
Thinking inside the box: Optimal policy towards a footloose R&D‐intensive firm pp. 1921-1942 Downloads
Gerda Dewit and Dermot Leahy
Income inequality and technological progress: The effect of R&D incentives, integration, and spillovers pp. 1943-1964 Downloads
António Osório and Alberto Pinto
Labor market regulation under self‐enforcing contracts pp. 1965-2018 Downloads
Sahin Avcioglu and Bilgehan Karabay
Corruption, tax evasion, and seigniorage in a monetary endogenous growth model pp. 2019-2050 Downloads
Réda Marakbi and Patrick Villieu
The merger paradox, collusion, and competition policy pp. 2051-2081 Downloads
Filomena Garcia, Jose Manuel Paz y Miño and Gustavo Torrens
The limited liability effect: Implications for anticompetitive horizontal mergers pp. 2082-2102 Downloads
Bernard Franck and Nicolas Le Pape

Volume 22, issue 5, 2020

Partisan and bipartisan gerrymandering pp. 1183-1212 Downloads
Hideo Konishi and Chen-Yu Pan
Reproductive health, fairness, and optimal policies pp. 1213-1244 Downloads
Johanna Etner, Natacha Raffin and Thomas Seegmuller
Taxation of capital income in overlapping generations economies pp. 1245-1261 Downloads
Torben M. Andersen
Are short‐term effects of pollution important for growth and optimal fiscal policy? pp. 1262-1288 Downloads
Sugata Ghosh, Trishita Ray Barman and Manash Ranjan Gupta
Free riders and the optimal prize in public‐good funding lotteries pp. 1289-1312 Downloads
Paan Jindapon and Zhe Yang
Diffusion and adoption of advanced emission abatement technology induced by permit trading pp. 1313-1337 Downloads
Alfred Endres, Tim Friehe and Bianca Rundshagen
Optimal age‐dependent income taxation in a dynamic extensive model: The case for negative participation tax on young people pp. 1338-1367 Downloads
Takao Kataoka and Yoshihiro Takamatsu
Endogenous formation of multiple social groups pp. 1368-1390 Downloads
Ngoc M. Nguyen, Lionel Richefort and Thomas Vallee
Social welfare, parental altruism, and inequality pp. 1391-1419 Downloads
Pietro Reichlin
Standards policy and international trade: Multilateralism versus regionalism pp. 1420-1441 Downloads
Yasuhiro Takarada, Yasushi Kawabata, Akihiko Yanase and Hiroshi Kurata
Optimal growth when consumption takes time pp. 1442-1461 Downloads
Thai Ha‐Huy, Cuong Le Van and Thi‐Do‐Hanh Nguyen
Does technology licensing matter for privatization? pp. 1462-1480 Downloads
Leonard F. S. Wang, Arijit Mukherjee and Chenhang Zeng
Shapley and Scarf housing markets with consumption externalities pp. 1481-1514 Downloads
Maria Graziano, Claudia Meo and Nicholas C. Yannelis
Equilibrium opacity in ultimatum‐offer bargaining pp. 1515-1529 Downloads
Kai Konrad and Marcel Thum
Political activism and polarization pp. 1530-1558 Downloads
Raghul S. Venkatesh
Motivation crowding‐out and green‐paradox‐like outcomes pp. 1559-1583 Downloads
Simone Marsiglio and Marco Tolotti
Labor market characteristics and cultural choice pp. 1584-1617 Downloads
Christopher Ellis, Jon C. Thompson and Jiabin Wu
A theory of reverse retirement pp. 1618-1659 Downloads
Gregory Ponthiere
Voting over selfishly optimal tax schedules: Can Pigouvian tax redistribute income? pp. 1660-1686 Downloads
Darong Dai
Aiding refugees, aiding peace? pp. 1687-1704 Downloads
M. Christian Lehmann
The effect of a progressive taxation scheme on the endogenous formation of jurisdictions pp. 1705-1712 Downloads
Remy Oddou
A demand‐induced overtreatment model with heterogeneous experts pp. 1713-1733 Downloads
Bertrand Crettez, Régis Deloche and Marie‐Hélène Jeanneret‐Crettez

Volume 22, issue 4, 2020

Introduction to the thematic issue on government‐provided services pp. 839-844 Downloads
Rabah Amir, Helmuth Cremer and Rim Lahmandi‐Ayed
A model of the optimal allocation of government expenditures pp. 845-876 Downloads
Simon Fan, Yu Pang and Pierre Pestieau
Resource‐driven victory pp. 877-898 Downloads
Mahsa Jahandideh
Nursing home choice, family bargaining, and optimal policy in a Hotelling economy pp. 899-932 Downloads
Marie-Louise Leroux and Gregory Ponthiere
On the value of Medicaid in providing access to long‐term care pp. 933-948 Downloads
Markus Fels
Estate recovery and long‐term care insurance pp. 949-972 Downloads
Christophe Courbage and Guillem Montoliu‐Montes
Why is free education so popular? A political economy explanation pp. 973-991 Downloads
Juan Correa, Yijia Lu, Francisco Parro and Mauricio Villena
Human capital investment, credentialing, and wage differentials pp. 992-1016 Downloads
Masashi Tanaka
University‐firm competition in basic research and university funding policy pp. 1017-1040 Downloads
Rune Stenbacka and Mihkel Tombak
Pricing schemes and market efficiency in private retirement systems pp. 1041-1068 Downloads
Sam Flanders, Melati Nungsari and Marcela Parada‐Contzen
Is an unfunded social security system good or bad for growth? A theoretical analysis of social security systems financed by VAT pp. 1069-1104 Downloads
Noritaka Maebayashi
Contingent wage subsidy pp. 1105-1119 Downloads
Robertas Zubrickas
Saving the public from the private? Incentives and outcomes in dual practice pp. 1120-1150 Downloads
Michael Kuhn and Robert Nuscheler
Supply function competition in a mixed electric power market pp. 1151-1175 Downloads
Marc Escrihuela‐Villar, Carlos Gutiérrez‐Hita and José Vicente‐Pérez

Volume 22, issue 3, 2020

Contribution to a public good under subjective uncertainty pp. 473-500 Downloads
Anwesha Banerjee and Nicolas Gravel
Wage endogeneity, tax evasion, and optimal nonlinear income taxation pp. 501-531 Downloads
Firouz Gahvari and Luca Micheletto
Redistributive innovation policy, inequality, and efficiency pp. 532-554 Downloads
Parantap Basu and Yoseph Getachew
Public good agreements under the weakest‐link technology pp. 555-582 Downloads
Alejandro Caparrós and Michael Finus
Trust, ability‐to‐pay, and charitable giving pp. 583-629 Downloads
Ida Ferrara and Paul Missios
The importance of considering optimal government policy when social norms matter for the private provision of public goods pp. 630-655 Downloads
Guy Meunier and Ingmar Schumacher
Dynamic coordination with timing frictions: Theory and applications pp. 656-697 Downloads
Bernardo Guimaraes, Caio Machado and Ana E. Pereira
Subsidy competition and imperfect labor markets pp. 698-728 Downloads
Tadashi Morita, Yukiko Sawada and Kazuhiro Yamamoto
Competition, patent protection, and innovation with heterogeneous firms in an endogenous market structure pp. 729-750 Downloads
Keishun Suzuki
International capital market and repeated tax competition pp. 751-768 Downloads
Satoshi Kasamatsu and Hikaru Ogawa
Private investment with social benefits under uncertainty: The dark side of public financing pp. 769-820 Downloads
Giuseppe Attanasi, Kene Boun My, Marco Buso and Anne Stenger
Can everyone benefit from economic integration? pp. 821-833 Downloads
Christopher Chambers and Takashi Hayashi

Volume 22, issue 2, 2020

An introduction to the second special issue commemorating works of James Andreoni, Theodore Bergstrom, Larry Blume, and Hal Varian pp. 279-284 Downloads
Olivier Bochet, Nikos Nikiforakis, Ernesto Reuben, John Wooders and Myrna Wooders
Bergstrom, Blume, and Varian: Voluntary contributions and neutrality pp. 285-301 Downloads
Marta Faias, Emma Moreno‐García and Gareth D. Myles
Bargaining foundation for ratio equilibrium in public‐good economies pp. 302-319 Downloads
Anne van den Nouweland and Agnieszka Rusinowska
Charitable asymmetric bidders pp. 320-337 Downloads
Olivier Bos
Global public goods and unilateral matching mechanisms pp. 338-354 Downloads
Wolfgang Buchholz and Weifeng Liu
Efficiency and stability of sampling equilibrium in public goods games pp. 355-370 Downloads
César Mantilla, Rajiv Sethi and Juan-Camilo Cardenas
Warm glow and the transmission of pro‐socialness across generations pp. 371-387 Downloads
Ngo Long
Cooperation in a risky world pp. 388-407 Downloads
Vincent Théroude and Adam Zylbersztejn
The impact of peer ratings on cooperation: The role of information and cost of rating pp. 408-432 Downloads
Marco Faillo, Daniela Grieco and Luca Zarri
The effect of religion on Muslims’ charitable contributions to members of a non‐Muslim majority pp. 433-448 Downloads
Rebecca Morton, Kai Ou and Xiangdong Qin
Principles versus principal: Reconciling norm compliance and shareholder value pp. 449-467 Downloads
Bernard Sinclair‐Desgagné

Volume 22, issue 1, 2020

Attending to inattention: Identification of deadweight loss under nonsalient taxes pp. 5-24 Downloads
Giacomo Brusco and Benjamin Glass
Tying the politicians’ hands: The optimal limits to representative democracy pp. 25-48 Downloads
Didier Laussel and Ngo Long
Regulation and altruism pp. 49-68 Downloads
Izabela Jelovac and Samuel Kembou Nzale
The evasion of fiscal and labor regulations: Firm behavior and optimal tax policy pp. 69-97 Downloads
Katherine Cuff, Steeve Mongrain and Joanne Roberts
When the light shines too much: Rational inattention and pandering pp. 98-145 Downloads
Federico Trombetta
Distributive politics of public goods networks through multistage voting pp. 146-169 Downloads
Kengo Kurosaka
Group identification with (incomplete) preferences pp. 170-189 Downloads
Wonki Cho and Alejandro Saporiti
Fiscal rules in a monetary economy: Implications for growth and welfare pp. 190-219 Downloads
Tetsuo Ono
Choosing the agent's group identity in a trust game with delegated decision making pp. 220-244 Downloads
Alexander Zimper and Nicky Nicholls
Valuations and dynamics of negotiations pp. 245-273 Downloads
Armando Gomes
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