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1969 - 2022

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Volume 84, month 12, 2022

Research Deserts and Oases: Evidence from 27 Thousand Economics Journal Articles on Africa pp. 1235-1258 Downloads
Obie Porteous
Adoption with Social Learning and Network Externalities* pp. 1259-1282 Downloads
Marcel Fafchamps, Måns Söderbom and Monique van den Boogart
When Do We See Poverty Convergence?* pp. 1283-1301 Downloads
Jesús Crespo Cuaresma, Stephan Klasen and Konstantin M. Wacker
Robust Correlates of Growth Spells: Do Inequality and Redistribution Matter? pp. 1302-1328 Downloads
Andros Kourtellos and Charalambos G. Tsangarides
Are Women Doing It for Themselves? Female Managers and the Gender Wage Gap pp. 1329-1355 Downloads
Nikolaos Theodoropoulos, John Forth and Alex Bryson
Centre‐Based Care and Parenting Activities pp. 1356-1379 Downloads
Jonas Jessen, Christa Katharina Spieß and Sevrin Waights
The Devil is in the Details: Identifying Unbiased Link between Alcohol Purchasing Rights and Youth Delinquency pp. 1380-1431 Downloads
Kabir Dasgupta, Alexander Plum and Christopher Erwin
Causal inference with some invalid instrumental variables: A quasi‐Bayesian approach pp. 1432-1451 Downloads
Gyuhyeong Goh and Jisang Yu
Testing the Presence of Outliers in Regression Models pp. 1452-1484 Downloads
Xiyu Jiao and Felix Pretis
Forecasting Under Structural Breaks Using Improved Weighted Estimation pp. 1485-1501 Downloads
Tae‐Hwy Lee, Shahnaz Parsaeian and Aman Ullah

Volume 84, month 10, 2022

How did consumers react to the COVID‐19 pandemic over time? pp. 961-993 Downloads
George Kapetanios, Nora Neuteboom, Feiko Ritsema and Alexia Ventouri
Modelling the Differing Impacts of Covid‐19 in the UK Labour Market pp. 994-1017 Downloads
Chris Martin and Magdalyn Okolo
Mental Health and Employment: A Bounding Approach Using Panel Data* pp. 1018-1051 Downloads
Mark L Bryan, Nigel Rice, Jennifer Roberts and Cristina Sechel
Which factors were behind Germany's labour market upswing? A data‐driven approach pp. 1052-1076 Downloads
Christian Hutter, Francesco Carbonero, Sabine Klinger, Carsten Trenkler and Enzo Weber
Estimating Nonlinear Business Cycle Mechanisms with Linear Vector Autoregressions: A Monte Carlo Study pp. 1077-1100 Downloads
Karsten Kohler and Robert Calvert Jump
A Guide to Autoregressive Distributed Lag Models for Impulse Response Estimations pp. 1101-1122 Downloads
ChaeWon Baek and Byoungchan Lee
Dimension Reduction for High‐Dimensional Vector Autoregressive Models pp. 1123-1152 Downloads
Gianluca Cubadda and Alain Hecq
Testing for Asymmetric Comovements pp. 1153-1180 Downloads
O‐Chia Chuang, Xiaojun Song and Abderrahim Taamouti
The Role of Global and Domestic Shocks for Inflation Dynamics: Evidence from Asia pp. 1181-1208 Downloads
David Finck and Peter Tillmann
Growth Prospects and the Trade Balance in Advanced Economies pp. 1209-1234 Downloads
Ansgar Belke, Steffen Elstner and Svetlana Rujin

Volume 84, month 08, 2022

Untimely Reopening? Increase in the Number of New COVID‐19 Cases After Reopening in One Brazilian State pp. 675-693 Downloads
Izabela Sobiech Pellegrini
Early Childhood Health During Conflict: The Legacy of the Lord’s Resistance Army in Northern Uganda pp. 694-718 Downloads
Sarah Bridges and Douglas Scott
Does Aid for Malaria Increase with Exposure to Malaria Risk? Evidence from Mining Sites in the D.R.Congo pp. 719-748 Downloads
Samuel Lordemus
The Impact of Top Incomes Biases on the Measurement of Inequality in the United States pp. 749-788 Downloads
Vladimir Hlasny and Paolo Verme
Global Representation of the Conditional LATE Model: A Separability Result pp. 789-798 Downloads
Yu‐Chang Chen and Haitian Xie
Panel Probit Models with Time‐Varying Individual Effects: Reestimating the Effects of Fertility on Female Labour Participation pp. 799-829 Downloads
Jie Wei and Yonghui Zhang
Partial Identification and Estimation of Semiparametric Ordered Response Models with Interval Regressor Data pp. 830-849 Downloads
Xi Wang and Songnian Chen
On the Estimation of True State Dependence in the Persistence of Innovation pp. 850-893 Downloads
Marta F. Arroyabe and Martin Schumann
Debt Intolerance: Threshold Level and Composition pp. 894-932 Downloads
Hideaki Matsuoka
The Impacts of Free Universal Elderly Care on the Supply of Informal Care and Labour Supply pp. 933-960 Downloads
Bruce Hollingsworth, Asako Ohinata, Matteo Picchio and Ian Walker

Volume 84, month 06, 2022

Rare Disasters, the Natural Interest Rate and Monetary Policy pp. 473-496 Downloads
Alessandro Cantelmo
Monetary Policy and Corporate Debt Structure pp. 497-515 Downloads
Stéphane Lhuissier and Urszula Szczerbowicz
The Asymmetric Effects of Monetary Policy: Evidence from the United Kingdom pp. 516-543 Downloads
Nick Stenner
Euro Area Periphery Countries' Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy Surprises pp. 544-568 Downloads
Oliver Hülsewig and Horst Rottmann
Financial Cycles in Euro Area Economies: A Cross‐Country Perspective Using Wavelet Analysis pp. 569-593 Downloads
Martin Mandler and Michael Scharnagl
Loans to Different Groups and Economic Activity at Times of Crisis and Growth pp. 594-623 Downloads
Gianluca Cafiso
Testing for Co‐explosive Behaviour in Financial Time Series pp. 624-650 Downloads
Andria C. Evripidou, David I. Harvey, Stephen J. Leybourne and Robert Sollis
Econometric Analysis of Switching Expectations in UK Inflation pp. 651-673 Downloads
Adriana Cornea‐Madeira and Joao Madeira

Volume 84, month 04, 2022

Pandemic Shocks and Household Spending pp. 273-299 Downloads
David Finck and Peter Tillmann
Testing for a Moderately Explosive Process with Structural Change in Drift* pp. 300-333 Downloads
Jingjie Xiang, Gangzheng Guo and Qing Zhao
Inference in Misspecified GARCH‐M Models pp. 334-355 Downloads
Aaron D. Smallwood
Real Exchange Rates and Fundamentals in a new Markov‐STAR Model pp. 356-379 Downloads
Philip Bertram, Teresa Flock, Jun Ma and Philipp Sibbertsen
Systemic Financial Stress and Macroeconomic Amplifications in the United Kingdom pp. 380-400 Downloads
Somnath Chatterjee, Ching‐Wai (Jeremy) Chiu, Thibaut Duprey and Sinem Hacıoğlu‐Hoke
Why are the Contributions of Multinational Firms to Corporate Tax Revenues Declining? pp. 401-426 Downloads
Katarzyna Bilicka
Intergenerational Precautionary Savings in Europe pp. 427-450 Downloads
Francesco Scervini and Serena Trucchi
Does FDI in Upstream and Downstream Sectors Facilitate Quality Upgrading? Evidence from Russian Exporters pp. 451-471 Downloads
Stavros Poupakis

Volume 84, month 02, 2022

Three Basic Issues that Arise when Using Informational Restrictions in SVARs pp. 1-20 Downloads
Sam Ouliaris and Adrian Pagan
The Impact of Uncertainty Shocks: Evidence from Geopolitical Swings on the Korean Peninsula pp. 21-56 Downloads
Jongrim Ha, Seohyun Lee and Inhwan So
Joint Decomposition of Business and Financial Cycles: Evidence from Eight Advanced Economies pp. 57-79 Downloads
Jasper de Winter, Siem Jan Koopman and Irma Hindrayanto
Time‐Varying Dynamics of the German Business Cycle: A Comprehensive Investigation pp. 80-102 Downloads
Magnus Reif
Youth Unemployment and Stigmatization Over the Business Cycle in Europe* pp. 103-129 Downloads
Sara Ayllón, Javier Valbuena and Alexander Plum
Automatability of Work and Preferences for Redistribution pp. 130-157 Downloads
André van Hoorn
Distributional Change: Assessing the Contribution of Household Income Sources pp. 158-184 Downloads
Iryna Kyzyma, Alessio Fusco and Philippe Van Kerm
Long‐run Effects of Local Government Mergers on Educational Attainment and Income pp. 185-213 Downloads
Astrid Marie Jorde Sandsør, Torberg Falch and Bjarne Strøm
Education, Dietary Intakes and Exercise pp. 214-240 Downloads
Stephanie von Hinke
The Importance of Nutrition Education in Achieving Food Security and Adequate Nutrition of the Poor: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh* pp. 241-271 Downloads
Salauddin Tauseef
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