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Oxford Review of Economic Policy

1985 - 2022

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Volume 38, issue 3, 2022

Forced migration: evidence and policy challenges (‘Do Refugees Impact Voting Behavior in the Host Country? Evidence from Syrian Refugee Inflows to Turkey’) pp. 403-413 Downloads
Simon Quinn and Isabel Ruiz
Transforming forced displacement response through innovation (‘The Unfinished Work of the Global Compact on Refugees’) pp. 414-433 Downloads
Grant Gordon and Ravi Gurumurthy
Improving refugee resettlement: insights from market design (‘School Choice: A Mechanism Design Approach’) pp. 434-448 Downloads
Justin Hadad and Alexander Teytelboym
The economic and fiscal effects on the United States from reduced numbers of refugees and asylum seekers (Refugees without Assistance: English-language Attainment and Economic Outcomes in the Early Twentieth Century’) pp. 449-486 Downloads
Michael Clemens
Refugees, trade, and FDI (‘Refugees’ and Irregular Migrants’ Self-selection into Europe’) pp. 487-513 Downloads
Dany Bahar, Christopher Parsons and Pierre-Louis Vézina
Why do states give refugees the right to work? (‘Fractionalization’) pp. 514-530 Downloads
Alexander Betts and Olivier Sterck
Refugee migration and the labour market: lessons from 40 years of post-arrival policies in Denmark (‘The Dynamics of Return Migration, Human Capital Accumulation, and Wage Assimilation’) pp. 531-556 Downloads
Jacob Arendt, Christian Dustmann and Hyejin Ku
Who opposes refugees? Swedish demographics and attitudes towards forcibly displaced populations (‘Ethnic Diversity and Economic Performance’) pp. 557-577 Downloads
Sandra V Rozo and Maria J Urbina
Labour market and redistributive consequences of the Syrian refugees in Turkey (‘Blessing or Burden? Impacts of Refugees on Businesses and the Informal Economy’) pp. 578-594 Downloads
Norman Loayza, Gabriel Ulyssea and Tomoko Utsumi
Promoting recovery and resilience for internally displaced persons: lessons from Colombia (‘Rural Windfall or a New Resource Curse? Coca, Income, and Civil Conflict in Colombia’) pp. 595-624 Downloads
Ana María Ibáñez, Andrés Moya and Andrea Velásquez
The Syrian refugee life study: first glance (‘Economic Life in Refugee Camps’) pp. 625-653 Downloads
Sarah Stillman, Sandra V Rozo, Abdulrazzak Tamim, I Bailey Palmer, Emma Smith and Edward Miguel
How do policy approaches affect refugee economic outcomes? Insights from studies of Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon (‘Migration Shocks and Housing: Short-Run Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Jordan’) pp. 654-677 Downloads
Caroline Krafft, Bilal Malaeb and Saja Al Zoubi
Refugee return and social cohesion (‘War’s Enduring Effects on the Development of Egalitarian Motivations and In-Group Biases’) pp. 678-698 Downloads
Isabel Ruiz and Carlos Vargas-Silva
Understanding forced internal displacement in Ukraine: insights and lessons for today’s crises (‘A Theoretical Foundation for the Gravity Equation’) pp. 699-716 Downloads
Vlad Mykhnenko, Elliot Delahaye and Nigel Mehdi

Volume 38, issue 2, 2022

Comment (‘Capitalism: What Has Gone Wrong, What Needs to Change, and How It Can Be Fixed’) pp. e1-e1 Downloads
Jonathan Portes
Old challenges, new solutions: getting major projects right in the twenty-first century (‘How Can South Africa Advance a New Energy Paradigm? A Mission-oriented Approach to Megaprojects’) pp. 217-223 Downloads
Atif Ansar
Shaping successful mega-project investments (‘Public Infrastructure And Growth: New Channels and Policy Implications’) pp. 224-236 Downloads
Diane Coyle
How can South Africa advance a new energy paradigm? A mission-oriented approach to megaprojects (‘The Political Economy of Industrial Policy’) pp. 237-259 Downloads
Antonio Andreoni, Kenneth Creamer, Mariana Mazzucato and Grové Steyn
Railways as patient capital (‘Top Wealth Shares in the UK Over More than a Century’) pp. 260-277 Downloads
Oliver Lewis and Avner Offer
The obsolescing bargain crosses the Belt and Road Initiative: renegotiations on BRI projects (‘How China Got Sri Lanka to Cough Up a Port’) pp. 278-301 Downloads
Michael Bennon and Francis Fukuyama
How do megaprojects influence institutional change? (‘Public–Private Partnerships: Perspectives on Purposes, Publicness, and Good Governance’) pp. 302-321 Downloads
Rehema Msulwa
Designing long-term incentives that promote innovation instead of value capture (‘Ecosystem as Structure: An Actionable Construct for Strategy’) pp. 322-337 Downloads
David Souder and Dhvani Badwaik
How to solve big problems: bespoke versus platform strategies (‘Location Decisions of Large Firms: Analyzing the Procurement of Infrastructure Services’) pp. 338-368 Downloads
Atif Ansar and Bent Flyvbjerg
Transforming project delivery: integrated project delivery (‘A Case Study Performance Analysis of Design–Build and Integrated Project Delivery Methods’) pp. 369-384 Downloads
Howard Ashcraft
Investigating the performance of PPP in major healthcare infrastructure projects: the role of policy, institutions, and contracts (‘Il project finance in sanitÃ: un’analisi delle caratteristiche economico e finanziarie’) pp. 385-401 Downloads
Veronica Vecchi, Niccolò Cusumano and Francesca Casalini

Volume 38, issue 1, 2022

The emerging contours of a post-Brexit Britain pp. 1-10 Downloads
Christopher Adam
Taking back control? Rule by law(s) and the executive in the post-Brexit world pp. 11-26 Downloads
Catherine Barnard
The consequences of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement for the UK’s international trade pp. 27-49 Downloads
Ilaria Fusacchia, Luca Salvatici and L. Winters
Brexit and labour market inequalities: potential spatial and occupational impacts pp. 50-67 Downloads
Alexander Davenport and Peter Levell
The EU–UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: lessons learnt pp. 68-81 Downloads
Adam Bennett and David Vines
Immigration and the UK economy after Brexit pp. 82-96 Downloads
Jonathan Portes
Shortages, high-demand occupations, and the post-Brexit UK immigration system pp. 97-111 Downloads
Madeleine Sumption
Agriculture after Brexit pp. 112-126 Downloads
Dieter Helm
Regional aid policies after Brexit: 2nd edition pp. 127-139 Downloads
David Bell
UK infrastructure after Brexit pp. 140-153 Downloads
Bridget Rosewell and John Hargreaves
Brexit and control of subsidies pp. 154-164 Downloads
Nicholas Crafts
The further economic consequences of Brexit: energy pp. 165-178 Downloads
Michael Pollitt
Brexit and UK higher education pp. 179-187 Downloads
Ken Mayhew
Tax policy in the UK post-Brexit pp. 188-204 Downloads
Judith Freedman and Glen Loutzenhiser
Reshaping UK/Ireland relations: Brexit’s cross-border and bilateral impact pp. 205-216 Downloads
Mary C Murphy

Volume 37, issue 3, 2021

The assessment: artificial intelligence and financial services pp. 417-434 Downloads
David Bholat and Daniel Susskind
Artificial intelligence and productivity: an intangible assets approach pp. 435-458 Downloads
Carol Corrado, Jonathan Haskel and Cecilia Jona-Lasinio
Autonomous algorithmic collusion: economic research and policy implications pp. 459-478 Downloads
Stephanie Assad, Emilio Calvano, Giacomo Calzolari, Robert Clark, Vincenzo Denicolò, Daniel Ershov, Justin Johnson, Sergio Pastorello, Andrew Rhodes, Lei Xu and Matthijs Wildenbeest
Comparing minds and machines: implications for financial stability pp. 479-508 Downloads
Marcus Buckmann, Andy Haldane and Anne-Caroline Hüser
The history and future of AI pp. 509-520 Downloads
Stuart Russell
Artificial intelligence as a general-purpose technology: an historical perspective pp. 521-536 Downloads
Nicholas Crafts
The impact of machine learning on UK financial services pp. 537-563 Downloads
Bonnie G Buchanan and Danika Wright
Artificial intelligence research in finance: discussion and examples pp. 564-584 Downloads
Manuela Veloso, Tucker Balch, Daniel Borrajo, Prashant Reddy and Sameena Shah
Algorithmic fairness in credit scoring pp. 585-617 Downloads
Teresa Bono, Karen Croxson and Adam Giles
AI, ML, and competition dynamics in financial markets pp. 618-635 Downloads
Paul A Grout

Volume 37, issue 2, 2021

Management practices and public policy: an overview pp. 221-230 Downloads
Simon Quinn and Daniela Scur
The World Management Survey at 18: lessons and the way forward pp. 231-258 Downloads
Daniela Scur, Raffaella Sadun, John van Reenen, Renata Lemos and Nicholas Bloom
The origin and development of firm management pp. 259-275 Downloads
Michela Giorcelli
Small business training to improve management practices in developing countries: re-assessing the evidence for ‘training doesn’t work’ pp. 276-301 Downloads
David McKenzie
Education and management practices pp. 302-322 Downloads
Anna Valero
Family firms and management practices pp. 323-334 Downloads
Margarita Tsoutsoura
Four lenses on people management in the public sector: an evidence review and synthesis pp. 335-366 Downloads
Aisha J Ali, Javier Fuenzalida, Margarita Gómez and Martin J Williams
Management in education systems pp. 367-391 Downloads
Yue-Yi Hwa and Clare Leaver
The interdependence imperative: business strategy, complementarities, and economic policy pp. 392-415 Downloads
Mu-Jeung Yang

Volume 37, issue 1, 2021

Regional inequalities: causes and cures pp. 1-16 Downloads
Frank Cörvers and Ken Mayhew
Regional growth and inequality in the long-run: Europe, 1900–2015 pp. 17-48 Downloads
Joan Rosés and Nikolaus Wolf
Long-run analysis of regional inequalities in the US pp. 49-69 Downloads
Trevon Logan, Bradley Hardy and John Parman
Regional inequalities and contributions to aggregate growth in the 2000s: an EU vs US comparison based on functional regions pp. 70-96 Downloads
Enrique Garcilazo, Ana I Moreno-Monroy and Joaquim Oliveira Martins
Narratives as a coordinating device for reversing regional disequilibrium pp. 97-112 Downloads
Paul Collier and David Tuckett
Demographic change and regional labour markets pp. 113-131 Downloads
Michael J Böhm, Terry Gregory, Pamela Qendrai and Christian Siegel
The persistent consequences of adverse shocks: how the 1970s shaped UK regional inequality pp. 132-151 Downloads
Patricia G Rice and Anthony Venables
The structure and relations of banking systems: the UK experience and the challenges of ‘levelling-up’ pp. 152-171 Downloads
Colin Mayer, Philip McCann and Jacob Schumacher
Regional integration and income inequality: a synthetic counterfactual analysis of the European Monetary Union pp. 172-200 Downloads
Florence Bouvet
The changing nature of regional policy in Europe pp. 201-220 Downloads
Ties Vanthillo, Joris Beckers and Ann Verhetsel
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