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The Economists' Voice

2004 - 2023

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Volume 20, issue 2, 2023

The Economists’ Voice, December Issue 2023, Geopolitical Tensions and Economic Policy Making pp. 143-146 Downloads
Heinemann Friedrich and Gunther Schnabl
European Public Policies and Sovereign Risk in the Eurozone: How State-Contingent Governance Hampers Fiscal Discipline pp. 147-168 Downloads
Ad van Riet
The Reform of the European Fiscal Rules: In Search of Mechanisms Ensuring Sustainable Debt Levels pp. 169-178 Downloads
Jakob de Haan and Amtenbrink Fabian
How Brexit Damaged the United Kingdom and the City of London pp. 179-195 Downloads
Ryan John Martin Timothy
Understanding Economic Sanctions on Iran: A Survey pp. 197-226 Downloads
Mohammad Reza Farzanegan and Batmanghelidj Esfandyar
A Soufflé only Rises Once: China’s Grim Economic Prospects pp. 227-248 Downloads
Dieter Heribert
Deglobalization: Reasons and Effects pp. 249-253 Downloads
Felbermayr Gabriel
Geopolitical Tensions and Global Monetary (Dis)Order pp. 255-258 Downloads
Barry Eichengreen
From BRICS to BRICS+: Sheer More Members is not a Challenge to G7 pp. 259-265 Downloads
Katrin Kamin and Langhammer Rolf J.
The Rise and Fall of the Eurasian Regionalism pp. 267-274 Downloads
Libman Alexander
Caught up by Geopolitics: Sanctions and the EU’s Response to Russia’s War Against Ukraine pp. 275-283 Downloads
Meissner Katharina
China’s Central Role in the Globalization and Slowbalization Trends pp. 285-291 Downloads
Herrero Alicia Garcia
German Chinese Economic Relations: Necessary Reassessment pp. 293-300 Downloads
Hüther Michael
China’s Economy as Xi’s Means of Power Or Why the Chinese Economy is Not yet Bigger than That of the USA pp. 301-309 Downloads
Tofall Norbert F.
Systemic Rivalry of China and the West in Climate Policy pp. 311-316 Downloads
Wolff Guntram

Volume 20, issue 1, 2023

The Economists’ Voice, June Issue 2023, Editorial pp. 1-4 Downloads
Heinemann Friedrich and Gunther Schnabl
Davids and Goliaths: Hidden Champions in an Age of Industrial Policy pp. 5-14 Downloads
Bernardo Pimentel and Ramírez Guillermo
Can You Have Your Corporate Wokeism and Eat it too? pp. 15-24 Downloads
Weisman Dennis L.
Lessons from Latin America Dollarization in the Twenty First Century pp. 25-42 Downloads
Nicolas Cachanosky, Emilio Ocampo and Salter Alexander W.
Measuring Communication Quality of Interest Rate Announcements pp. 43-53 Downloads
Jonathan Benchimol, Itamar Caspi and Kazinnik Sophia
The Political Economy of Transatlantic Security – A Policy Perspective pp. 55-77 Downloads
Becker Jordan, Kuokštytė Ringailė and Kuokštis Vytautas
Apolitical Money – An Illusion? pp. 79-88 Downloads
Issing Otmar
The ECB’s Transmission Protection Instrument and Fiscal Stability pp. 89-95 Downloads
Katrin Assenmacher
Debt Sustainability in the Emerging New EU Fiscal Framework: A Major Change pp. 97-102 Downloads
Alcidi Cinzia
Government Bond Spreads in the Euro Area pp. 103-110 Downloads
Carnot Nicolas and Pamies Stéphanie
Selective Bond Purchases – May the ECB Chose Winners and Losers? pp. 111-118 Downloads
Kerstin Bernoth and Dietz Sara
Britain’s Failed Attempt at Monetary and Fiscal Exceptionalism pp. 119-130 Downloads
Marsh David
Government Debt and Monetary Policy Perspectives in Japan pp. 131-134 Downloads
Hiroaki Miyamoto
Long-Term Strategies to Reduce Public Debt from a Historical Perspective pp. 135-142 Downloads
Mayer Thomas

Volume 19, issue 2, 2022

The Economists’ Voice, December Issue 2022, Editorial pp. 103-107 Downloads
Heinemann Friedrich and Gunther Schnabl
Sanctions are Costly for Citizens but Beneficial for Autocrats: A Political-Economic Perspective pp. 109-123 Downloads
Eichenberger Reiner and David Stadelmann
Policy Rules Consistent with the FOMC’s Longer-Run Goals and Monetary Policy Strategy pp. 125-138 Downloads
Papell David H. and Prodan Ruxandra
Monetary Policy Normalization and Central Bank Profits: A Break-Even Point Perspective pp. 139-164 Downloads
Zbigniew Polański and Mikołaj Szadkowski
Does Financial Dominance Explain the Recent Rise in Inflation? pp. 165-181 Downloads
Winkler Adalbert
The Influence of Economic Freedom on the Shadow Economy in Developed and Developing Countries pp. 183-205 Downloads
Andreas Freytag, Friedrich Schneider and Spiegel Sebastian E.
Green Finance and the EU-Taxonomy for Sustainable Activities: Why Using More Direct Environmental Policy Tools Is Preferable pp. 207-212 Downloads
Clemens Fuest and Volker Meier
EU Taxonomy: Mission Impossible pp. 213-219 Downloads
Kooths Stefan
EU Green Taxonomy Data – A First Vendor Survey pp. 221-234 Downloads
Hoepner Andreas G. F. and Schneider Fabiola I.
Will the EU Taxonomy Impact the Trade Specialisation of European Economies? pp. 235-244 Downloads
Köppl-Turyna Monika and Wolfgang Schwarzbauer
The EU Taxonomy’s (Potential) Effects on the Banking Sector and Bank Lending to Firms pp. 245-253 Downloads
Karolin Kirschenmann
EU Taxonomy and ECB Monetary Policy: Moving Towards Centrally-Directed Green Capital Allocation? pp. 255-261 Downloads
Gunther Schnabl
The New Advocacy for Autarky: Self-Sufficiency is Now Once Again Becoming Popular for Geopolitical Reasons pp. 263-283 Downloads
Dieter Heribert and Biedermann Johanna

Volume 19, issue 1, 2022

Editorial: Expansionary Monetary Policy and the Design of Debt Rules in the European Union pp. 1-3 Downloads
Friedrich Heinemann and Gunther Schnabl
The COVID-19 Inflation Weighting in Israel pp. 5-14 Downloads
Jonathan Benchimol, Itamar Caspi and Levin Yuval
Beware of Pitfalls in the European Central Bank’s Review of Monetary Policy Strategy pp. 15-23 Downloads
Roberto Tamborini
The Inflationary Potential of the Historic 2021 SDR Allocation pp. 25-35 Downloads
Edoardo Beretta and Doris Neuberger
Subsidizing Semiconductor Production for a Strategically Autonomous European Union? pp. 37-58 Downloads
Bardt Hubertus, Röhl Klaus-Heiner and Rusche Christian
Fiscal Rules: Anchors of Stability pp. 59-62 Downloads
Niklas Potrafke and Christoph Schaltegger
Public Expenditure and Sustainable Public Finances Post-COVID pp. 63-71 Downloads
Ludger Schuknecht
EU Governments Must not Return to Their Dysfunctional Fiscal Rules pp. 73-79 Downloads
Achim Truger
In an Imperfect World Policy Rules Cannot be Perfect Either pp. 81-85 Downloads
Gert Wagner
Private Enforcement of the German Debt Brake pp. 87-95 Downloads
Hauser Patrick
Releasing the Brake: Germany’s National Fiscal Rule No Longer Ensures Compliance with European Fiscal Rules pp. 97-101 Downloads
Buettner Thiess
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