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The International Journal of Applied Economics

2004 - 2005

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Volume 2, issue 1, 2005

Implications of Parameter Estimation Uncertainty for the Central Banker Behaviour pp. 1-24 Downloads
Jean-Guillaume Sahuc
Welfare Analysis of the Chinese Grain Policy Reforms pp. 25-36 Downloads
Ani Katchova and Alan Randall
Fractionalization Effect and Government Financing pp. 37-49 Downloads
Hakan Berument and Jac Heckelman
Estimating the Monetary Policy Reaction Function for Taiwan: A VAR Model pp. 50-61 Downloads
Hui S. Chang
Can State Governments Redistribute Income? Using Source-Based Capital Taxes For Income Redistribution pp. 62-78 Downloads
Michael F. Williams
Output Shocks and Unemployment: New Evidence on Regional Disparities pp. 79-89 Downloads
JTimothy O. Bisping and Hilde Patron
How Well Does the IS-LM Model Fit in a Developing Economy: The Case of India pp. 90-106 Downloads
Mudabber Ahmed
International Trade and Global Income Inequality pp. 121-131 Downloads
William R. DiPietro and Emmanuel Anoruo
Aggregate Concentration in Corporate America: The Case of the Fortune 500 pp. 132-152 Downloads
Edward Nissan and Jennifer Caveny

Volume 1, issue 1, 2004

Market Structure, Technology Spillovers, and Persistence in Productivity Differentials pp. 1-23 Downloads
Yin-Wong Cheung and Antonio Garcia Pascual
Temporal Causality and the Dynamics of Exports, Human Capital and Real Income in China pp. 24-45 Downloads
Paresh Narayan and Russell Smyth
A New Test of Asymmetric Stationarity in the Presence of Deterministic Trends: Simulation and Empirical Evidence pp. 46-54 Downloads
Steven Cook
Comparison of Quadratic Expenditure System and Almost Ideal Demand System Based on Empirical Data pp. 55-64 Downloads
Ani Katchova and Wen S. Chern
Countervailing Duties, Antidumping Tariffs, and the Byrd Amendment: A Welfare Analysis pp. 65-80 Downloads
Troy G. Schmitz and James Seale
New Evidence on Demand for Cigarettes: A Panel Data Approach pp. 81-97 Downloads
Bwo-Nung Huang, Chin-wei Yang and Ming-jeng Hwang
An Analysis of Co-Movements and Causality of International Interest Rates: The Case of Korea, Japan, and the U.S pp. 98-114 Downloads
Seung-Ryul Ma and Sang-Bum Park
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