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2020, volume 72, issue 4

Recent developments in the history of economics pp. 915-922 Downloads
Roger E Backhouse and James Forder
Leijonhufvud on New Keynesian Economics and the economics of Keynes pp. 923-945 Downloads
Hans-Michael Trautwein
Rejecting rejections—seeking acceptance of experimental economics in economics journals pp. 946-965 Downloads
Andrej Svorenčík
On the origins, meaning and influence of Jensen and Meckling’s definition of the firm pp. 966-984 Downloads
David Gindis
A history of early household economics: Improving the family’s contribution to industrial production and rationalizing family consumption pp. 985-1005 Downloads
Miriam Bankovsky
Victor Edelberg: LSE’s forgotten econometrician pp. 1006-1031 Downloads
Jim Thomas
J. Laurence Laughlin versus Irving Fisher on the quantity theory of money, 1894 to 1913 pp. 1032-1049 Downloads
Robert W Dimand
W.H. Hutt and the conceptualization of consumers’ sovereignty pp. 1050-1071 Downloads
Maxime Desmarais-Tremblay
Embracing at arm’s length: Ronald Coase’s uneasy relationship with the Chicago school pp. 1072-1090 Downloads
Steven G Medema
Economic theory in an imperfect world: Frank Hahn, general equilibrium, and Keynesian economics pp. 1091-1107 Downloads
Roger E Backhouse

2020, volume 72, issue 3

Diverging identities: a model of class formation pp. 567-584 Downloads
Paul Collier
High skilled immigration and the occupational choices of native workers: the case of Australia pp. 585-605 Downloads
Daniel Crown, Alessandra Faggian and Jonathan Corcoran
The effect of college acquisitions and mergers on student dropout behaviour: evidence from the UK pp. 606-632 Downloads
Rossella Iraci Capuccinello and Steve Bradley
Health capital provision and human capital accumulation pp. 633-650 Downloads
Leonid Azarnert
Information advantages of training employers despite credible training certificates pp. 651-671 Downloads
Jens MohrenweiserBy, Gabriele Wydra-Somaggio and Thomas Zwick
A new look at historical monetary policy (and the great inflation) through the lens of a persistence-dependent policy rule pp. 672-691 Downloads
Richard Ashley, Kwok Ping Tsang and Randal Verbrugge
The classical monetary theory on bank liquidity and finance pp. 692-709 Downloads
Laurent Le MauxBy
Optimal inflation, monetary integration, and asymmetric sticky prices pp. 710-730 Downloads
Wojtek PaczosBy
Global production networks and the evolution of industrial capabilities: does production sharing warp the product space? pp. 731-747 Downloads
Russell Thomson and Prema-chandra Athukorala
Complementarity in public and private intellectual property enforcement; implications for international standards pp. 748-771 Downloads
Michael Klein
Gender differences in giving and the anticipation regarding giving in dictator games* pp. 772-779 Downloads
Subhasish Chowdhury, Philip Grossman and Joo Young Jeon
House Price Shocks, Credit Constraints and Household Indebtedness pp. 780-803 Downloads
Kadir Atalay, Garry Barrett, Rebecca Edwards and Chaoran Yu
Capital accumulation when consumers are tempted by others’ consumption experience pp. 804-828 Downloads
Jaime Alonso-CarreraBy and Stéphane Bouché
Economic insecurity and political stability: a case for growth-targeting systemic vote pp. 829-862 Downloads
Konstantinos Matakos and Dimitrios Xefteris
Are banks using leverage to target return on equity? Evidence from the US and the EU pp. 863-892 Downloads
Spyros Pagratis, Eleni Karakatsani and Helen Louri
How much does others’ protection matter? Employment protection, future labour market prospects and well-being pp. 893-914 Downloads
Christine Luecke and Andreas Knabe

2020, volume 72, issue 2

Terms-of-trade and counterterrorism externalities pp. 293-318 Downloads
Subhayu Bandyopadhyay, Todd Sandler and Javed Younas
The impact of health on wages: evidence from Europe before and during the Great Recession pp. 319-346 Downloads
Manuel Flores, Melchor Fernández and Yolanda Pena-Boquete
Sociocultural background and choice of STEM majors at university pp. 347-369 Downloads
Aderonke Osikominu, Volker Grossmann and Marius Osterfeld
Job protection deregulation in good and bad times pp. 370-390 Downloads
Romain Duval, Davide Furceri and Joao Jalles
The big trade-off between efficiency and equity—is it there? pp. 391-411 Downloads
Torben M Andersen and Jonas Maibom
Innovative investments, financial imperfections, and the Italian business cycle pp. 412-434 Downloads
Daniela Bragoli, Flavia Cortelezzi, Giovanni Marseguerra and Massimiliano Rigon
Microfinance participation and intimate partner violence among women in Bangladesh pp. 435-452 Downloads
Prabal K De and Alvin Christian
Consumer switching in European retail markets pp. 453-471 Downloads
Jason Harold, John Cullinan and Sean Lyons
The political economy of carbon pricing: a panel analysis pp. 472-500 Downloads
Geoffroy Dolphin, Michael Pollitt and David M Newbery
Optimal taxation with unobservable investment in human capital pp. 501-516 Downloads
Catarina Reis
Multimarket competition and profitability: evidence from Ukrainian banks pp. 517-545 Downloads
Tho Pham, Oleksandr Talavera and Junhong Yang
A regularization approach to the minimum distance estimation: application to structural macroeconomic estimation using IRFs pp. 546-565 Downloads
Senay Sokullu
Diverging trends of wage inequality in Europe pp. 566-566 Downloads
João Pereira and Aurora Galego

2020, volume 72, issue 1

Do selective schooling systems increase inequality? pp. 1-24 Downloads
Simon Burgess, Matt Dickson and Lindsey Macmillan
Inequality: traditional drivers and the role of union power pp. 25-58 Downloads
Florence Jaumotte and Carolina Osorio Buitron
Inequality, survival to adulthood, and the growth drag of pollution pp. 59-79 Downloads
Andreas Schaefer
Revisiting real exchange rate volatility: non-traded goods and cointegrated TFP shocks pp. 80-100 Downloads
Aydan Dogan and Timo Bettendorf
The decline in volatility in the US economy. A historical perspective pp. 101-123 Downloads
María Dolores Gadea, Ana Gómez-Loscos and Gabriel Pérez-Quirós
Quantitative easing in a monetary union pp. 124-148 Downloads
Francesco Saraceno and Roberto Tamborini
Can the insider–outsider theory explain unemployment hysteresis in OECD countries? pp. 149-163 Downloads
Dimitrios Bakas and Yousef Makhlouf
Losing face pp. 164-190 Downloads
Thomas Gall and David Reinstein
Friendship network composition and subjective well-being pp. 191-215 Downloads
Sefa Awaworyi Churchill and Russell Smyth
Materialists and altruists in a charitable donation experiment pp. 216-234 Downloads
David Fielding, Stephen Knowles and Kirsten Robertson
Vote budgets and Dodgson’s method of marks pp. 235-246 Downloads
Walter Bossert and Kotaro Suzumura
Financial support for long-term elderly care and household saving behaviour pp. 247-268 Downloads
Asako Ohinata and Matteo Picchio
Firms’ method of pay and the retention of apprentices pp. 269-291 Downloads
Miriam Rinawi and Uschi Backes-Gellner
Materialists and altruists in a charitable donation experiment pp. 292-292 Downloads
David Fielding, Stephen Knowles and Kirsten Robertson
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