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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 M R 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

2019, volume 71, issue 4

Diverging trends of wage inequality in Europe pp. 799-823 Downloads
João M R Pereira and Aurora Galego
Re-estimating the relationship between inequality and growth pp. 824-847 Downloads
Nathalie Scholl and Stephan Klasen
Kuznets meets Lucas: structural change and human capital pp. 848-873 Downloads
Edgar Cruz
Volatility and growth: a not so straightforward relationship pp. 874-907 Downloads
Dimitrios Bakas, Georgios Chortareas and Georgios Magkonis
Monetary policy regimes and growth revisited: evidence from a de facto classification pp. 908-929 Downloads
Kin-Ming Wong and Terence Tai Leung Chong
The incentive and efficiency effects of affirmative action: does envy matter? pp. 930-951 Downloads
Rezina Sultana
Social capital as an instrument for common pool resource management: a case study of irrigation management in Sri Lanka pp. 952-978 Downloads
Takeshi Aida
The effects of bigger rewards in individual tournaments on efforts and risk taking: evidence from chess pp. 979-995 Downloads
Rasyad Parinduri, Yoong Hon Lee and Kung Ming Tiong
It’s time for Westernization: the advantages of the early start for long-term economic development at the local level pp. 996-1025 Downloads
Sotiris Kampanelis
The effects of fiscal stimulus: firm-level evidence from selective temporary consumption tax cuts pp. 1026-1049 Downloads
Florian Misch and Atılım Seymen
Negative correlation between retirement age and length of contribution? pp. 1050-1070 Downloads
Erik Granseth, Wolfgang Keck, Wolfgang Nagl, Andras Simonovits and Melinda Tir
Sustained investment surges pp. 1071-1095 Downloads
Emiliano Libman, Juan Antonio Montecino and Arslan Razmi

2019, volume 71, issue 3

On the dynamics of gender differences in preferences pp. 503-527 Downloads
Thomas Baudin and Victor Hiller
In-group and out-group biases in the marketplace: a field experiment during the World Cup pp. 528-547 Downloads
Sang-Hyun Kim and Fernanda L Lopez de Leon
Get her off my screen: taste-based discrimination in a high-stakes popularity contest pp. 548-563 Downloads
Tom Lane
The silent treatment: discrimination against same-sex relations in the sharing economy pp. 564-576 Downloads
Rishi Ahuja and Ronan Lyons
Poverty, prosperity, and fiscal policies in a two-sector model with human capital externalities pp. 577-599 Downloads
Lei Shao and Jie Zhang
The power of joint decision-making in a finitely-repeated dilemma pp. 600-622 Downloads
Kenju Kamei
Positive illusions and the temptation to borrow pp. 623-644 Downloads
Eva Kløve and Halvor Mehlum
The intellectual origins of the monetarist counter-revolution reconsidered: how Clark Warburton influenced Milton Friedman’s monetary thinking pp. 645-665 Downloads
George Tavlas
Total factor productivity growth in English agriculture: 1690–1914 pp. 666-686 Downloads
David Maddison and Katrin Rehdanz
Skills, personality traits, and gender wage gaps: evidence from Bangladesh pp. 687-708 Downloads
Christophe Nordman, Leopold R Sarr and Smriti Sharma
Time is on my side: relational contracts and aggregate welfare pp. 709-732 Downloads
Bohdan Kukharskyy and Michael Pflüger
Illustrating income mobility: new measures pp. 733-755 Downloads
John Creedy and Norman Gemmell
On the relevance of contextual factors for socially responsible investments: an econometric analysis pp. 756-776 Downloads
Gunnar Gutsche, Anja Köbrich León and Andreas Ziegler
Pricing and obfuscation with complexity averse consumers pp. 777-798 Downloads
Robert Edwards

2019, volume 71, issue 2

Introduction to the special issue on sovereign debt restructuring pp. 309-319 Downloads
Sayantan Ghosal and Marcus Miller
Sovereign debt: election concerns and the democratic disadvantage pp. 320-343 Downloads
Amrita Dhillon, Andrew Pickering and Tomas Sjostrom
The macroeconomic effects of official debt restructuring: evidence from the Paris Club pp. 344-363 Downloads
Gong Cheng, Javier Díaz-Cassou and Aitor Erce
Pre-emptive sovereign debt restructuring and holdout litigation pp. 364-381 Downloads
Kartik Anand and Prasanna Gai
Deconstructing delays in sovereign debt restructuring pp. 382-404 Downloads
David Benjamin and Mark Wright
Waiting for a haircut? A bargaining perspective on sovereign debt restructuring pp. 405-420 Downloads
Sayantan Ghosal, Marcus Miller and Kannika Thampanishvong
Resolving sovereign debt crises: the role of political risk pp. 421-444 Downloads
Christoph Trebesch
Lost and found: market access and public debt dynamics pp. 445-471 Downloads
Antonio Bassanetti, Carlo Cottarelli and Andrea Presbitero
The sovereign debt listing puzzle pp. 472-495 Downloads
Elisabeth de Fontenay, Josefin Meyer and Mitu Gulati

2019, volume 71, issue 1

The changing distribution of wealth in the pre-crisis US and UK: the role of socio-economic factors pp. 1-24 Downloads
Frank Cowell, Eleni Karagiannaki and Abigail McKnight
The ‘mighty girl’ effect: does parenting daughters alter attitudes towards gender norms? pp. 25-46 Downloads
Mireia Borrell-Porta, Joan Costa-Font and Julia Philipp
Balancing family and work: transition to self-employment among new mothers pp. 47-72 Downloads
Sung-Hee Jeon and Yuri Ostrovsky
Out of sight, out of mind? The education outcomes of children with parents working abroad pp. 73-94 Downloads
Joanna Clifton-Sprigg
Helping with the kids? How family-friendly workplaces affect parental well-being and behaviour pp. 95-118 Downloads
Verena Lauber and Johanna Storck
Job creation in a multi-sector labour market model for developing economies pp. 119-144 Downloads
Arnab K Basu, Nancy Chau, Gary S Fields and Ravi Kanbur
Effective skill: a new theoretical perspective on the relation between skills, skill use, mismatches, and wages pp. 145-165 Downloads
Rolf Van der Velden and Ineke Bijlsma
Temporary investment incentives and divestment by foreign firms pp. 166-186 Downloads
José Mata and Paulo Guimaraes
R&D policy and competition in a Schumpeterian growth model with heterogeneous firms pp. 187-202 Downloads
Carmelo Parello
Exploring heterogeneity in willingness to pay for the attributes of higher education institutions pp. 203-224 Downloads
Sharon Walsh, John Cullinan and Darragh Flannery
Assessing activist fiscal policy in advanced and emerging market economies using real-time data pp. 225-249 Downloads
Tigran Poghosyan and Mehmet Tosun
Winners and losers of corporate tournaments pp. 250-268 Downloads
Ian Gregory-Smith and Peter Wright
The effect of language on foreign direct investment pp. 269-291 Downloads
Xiaoyun Feng, Faqin Lin and Nicholas Sim
Bargaining and hold-up: the role of arbitration pp. 292-308 Downloads
Yannick Gabuthy and Abhinay Muthoo
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