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Scottish Journal of Political Economy

1954 - 2023

Current editor(s): Tim Barmby, Andrew Hughes-Hallett and Campbell Leith

From Scottish Economic Society
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Volume 59, issue 5, 2012

Demographic Change and Housing Markets pp. 443-443 Downloads
Robert Wright and Tim Barmby
Population Density, House Prices and Mortgage Design pp. 444-466 Downloads
David Miles
Fertility Cycles, Age Structure and Housing Demand pp. 467-482 Downloads
Bo Malmberg
Residential Mobility: Wealth, Demographic and Housing Market Effects pp. 483-499 Downloads
John Ermisch and Elizabeth Washbrook
The Adjustment of Housing Markets to Migration Change: Lessons from Modern History pp. 500-522 Downloads
Geoff Meen
The Impact of Population Ageing on House Prices: A Micro-simulation Approach pp. 523-542 Downloads
Yu Chen, Kenneth Gibb, Chris Leishman and Robert Wright
Long-Term Care and the Housing Market pp. 543-563 Downloads
David Bell and Alasdair Rutherford

Volume 59, issue 4, 2012

Supporter Influence on Club Governance in a Sports League; a “Utility Maximization” Model pp. 339-360 Downloads
Paul Madden and Terry Robinson
Access to Flexible Working and Informal Care pp. 361-389 Downloads
Mark Bryan
Banknotes And Economic Growth pp. 390-418 Downloads
William Lastrapes and George Selgin
Individual Differences In Contributions And Crowding-Out Of A Public Good pp. 419-441 Downloads
Rapheal Andrew Luccasen

Volume 59, issue 3, 2012

Editorial pp. 249-249 Downloads
Tim Barmby
Fiscal Rules, Interest Payments on Debt, and the Irrelevance of the Taylor Principle pp. 250-265 Downloads
Ludger Linnemann and Andreas Schabert
Competitive Balance: Time Series Lessons from the E nglish P remier L eague pp. 266-282 Downloads
Young Hoon Lee and Rodney Fort
Inflation Targeting and Inflation Uncertainty pp. 283-297 Downloads
Bedri Tas
Are Aid Flows Excessive or Insufficient? Estimating the Growth Impact of Aid in Threshold Regressions pp. 298-315 Downloads
Sarantis Kalyvitis, Thanasis Stengos and Irene Vlachaki
Firm Growth, European Industry Dynamics and Domestic Business Cycles pp. 316-337 Downloads
Harald Oberhofer

Volume 59, issue 2, 2012

Government interventions in banking crises: effects of alternative schemes on bank lending and risk taking pp. 133-161 Downloads
Diemo Dietrich and Achim Hauck
Federal TAX Competition – How does the Institutional Structure of a Country change Tax Outcomes? pp. 162-178 Downloads
Lisa Tillmann and Berthold Wigger
On Regional Unemployment: An Empirical Examination of the Determinants of Geographical Differentials in the UK pp. 179-195 Downloads
Michelle Gilmartin and Dimitris Korobilis
The Shape of the Income Distribution and Economic Growth – Evidence from Swedish Labor Market Regions pp. 196-223 Downloads
Dan-Olof Rooth and Anders Stenberg
The relationship between inequality and innovative activity: a S chumpeterian theory and evidence from cross‐country data pp. 224-248 Downloads
Ozan Hatipoglu

Volume 59, issue 1, 2012

What Drives the Operating Performance of Privatised Firms? pp. 1-27 Downloads
Laura Cabeza García and Silvia Gómez Ansón
Portfolio separation and the dynamics of bank interest rates pp. 28-46 Downloads
Enzo Dia and Massimo Giuliodori
Parental Risk Attitudes and Children's Academic Test Scores: Evidence from the US P anel S tudy of I ncome D ynamics pp. 47-70 Downloads
Sarah Brown, Aurora Ortiz‐Nuñez and Karl Taylor
Human capital formation, learning by doing and the government in the process of economic growth pp. 71-89 Downloads
Alfred Greiner
The Impact of Labour Market Reforms and Economic Performance on the Matching of the Short‐term and the Long‐term Unemployed pp. 90-114 Downloads
Sabine Klinger and Thomas Rothe
R&D Spillovers through Student Flows, Institutions, and Economic Growth: What can we Learn from A frican Countries? pp. 115-130 Downloads
Thanh Le

Volume 58, issue 5, 2011

Aging, Factor Returns, and Immigration Policy pp. 589-606 Downloads
Lena Calahorrano and Oliver Lorz
Job satisfaction and quit intentions of offshore workers in the UK North Sea oil and gas industry pp. 607-633 Downloads
Heather Dickey, Verity Watson and Alexandros Zangelidis
Subjective well‐being and aggregate unemployment: further evidence pp. 634-655 Downloads
Carsten Ochsen
The Making of Pro‐Poor Growth pp. 656-684 Downloads
Fabrizio Carmignani
The Impact of Fixed Exchange Rates on Fiscal Discipline pp. 685-710 Downloads
Makram El‐Shagi
Tax evasion and competition pp. 711-736 Downloads
Laszlo Goerke and Marco Runkel

Volume 58, issue 4, 2011

THE SUPERIORITY OF MONETARY OVER BARTER EXCHANGE: EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS pp. 437-454
Tobias F. Rötheli
DOES WAGE DISPERSION MAKE ALL FIRMS PRODUCTIVE? pp. 455-489
Benoît Mahy, Francois Rycx and Mélanie Volral
SLIP SLIDING AWAY: FURTHER UNION DECLINE IN GERMANY AND BRITAIN pp. 490-518
John Addison, Alex Bryson, Paulino Teixeira and André Pahnke
OPTIMAL PRICE SETTING IN FIXED‐ODDS BETTING MARKETS UNDER INFORMATION UNCERTAINTY pp. 519-536
Vasiliki Makropoulou and Raphael Markellos
THE EFFECTS OF FISCAL POLICY SHOCKS IN SVAR MODELS: A GRAPHICAL MODELLING APPROACH pp. 537-566
Matteo Fragetta and Giovanni Melina
INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRADE OPENNESS pp. 567-588
Dong‐Hyeon Kim, Shu-Chin Lin and Yu‐Bo Suen

Volume 58, issue 3, 2011

INCOME TAXES AND THE COMPOSITION OF PAY: EVIDENCE FROM THE BRITISH HOUSEHOLD PANEL SURVEY pp. 297-322
Giorgio Brunello, Simona Comi and Daniela Sonedda
WHAT CREATES ABNORMAL PROFITS? pp. 323-346
William Griffiths, Paul Jensen and Elizabeth Webster
MARRIAGE, BMI, AND WAGES: A DOUBLE SELECTION APPROACH pp. 347-377
Heather Brown
HETEROGENEITY IN WILLINGNESS‐TO‐PAY FOR THEATRE PRODUCTIONS: INDIVIDUAL SPECIFIC WILLINGNESS‐TO‐PAY ESTIMATES FOR THEATRES, SHOWS AND THEIR ATTRIBUTES pp. 378-395
Jose M. Grisolia and Ken Willis
LABOR MARKET INSTITUTIONS AND MACROECONOMIC VOLATILITY IN A PANEL OF OECD COUNTRIES pp. 396-413
Fabio Rumler and Johann Scharler
RICH STATES, POOR STATES: CONVERGENCE AND POLARISATION IN INDIA pp. 414-436
Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay

Volume 58, issue 2, 2011

THE FORMATION OF INFLATION PERCEPTIONS: SOME EMPIRICAL FACTS FOR EUROPEAN COUNTRIES pp. 155-188
Sarah Lein and Thomas Maag
DOES THE ECB HAVE A TIME‐INCONSISTENCY PROBLEM? A NOTE pp. 189-199
Christian Pierdzioch and Georg Stadtmann
EMPLOYMENT PROTECTION AND THE NON‐LINEAR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE WAGE‐PRODUCTIVITY GAP AND UNEMPLOYMENT pp. 200-220
Antonia López‐Villavicencio and José Silva
DOES SIZE MATTER? THE INFLUENCE OF FIRM SIZE ON WORKING CONDITIONS, JOB SATISFACTION AND QUIT INTENTIONS pp. 221-247
Carlos García‐Serrano
DELAYED OVERSHOOTING AND REAL EXCHANGE RATE PERSISTENCE IN AN IMPERFECT INFORMATION MODEL pp. 248-261
Mathias Hoffmann, Jens Sondergaard and Niklas Westelius
ENDOGENOUS POLICY AND CROSS‐COUNTRY GROWTH EMPIRICS pp. 262-296
Günther Rehme

Volume 58, issue 1, 2011

THE IMPACT OF INTERNATIONAL OUTSOURCING ON LABOUR MARKET DYNAMICS IN GERMANY pp. 1-28 Downloads
Ronald Bachmann and Sebastian Braun
BUBBLES IN EXCHANGE RATES AND MONETARY POLICY pp. 29-50 Downloads
Fernando Alexandre, Pedro Bação and Edward Driffill
TALKING LESS AND MOVING THE MARKET MORE: EVIDENCE FROM THE ECB AND THE FED pp. 51-81 Downloads
Carlo Rosa
THE OPTIMALITY AND CONTROLLABILITY OF MONETARY POLICY THROUGH DELEGATION WITH CONSISTENT TARGETS pp. 82-106 Downloads
Huiping Yuan, Stephen Miller and Langnan Chen
DO WOMEN MANAGE SMALLER FUNDS? pp. 107-126 Downloads
Olaf Hübler and Lukas Menkhoff
FORECASTING THE UK/US EXCHANGE RATE WITH DIVISIA MONETARY MODELS AND NEURAL NETWORKS pp. 127-152 Downloads
Rakesh Bissoondeeal, Michail Karoglou and Alicia M. Gazely
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