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Oxford Review of Economic Policy

1985 - 2021

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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

Volume 36, issue Supplement_1, 2020

The economics of the COVID-19 pandemic: an assessment pp. S1-S13 Downloads
Daniel Susskind and David Vines
A workable strategy for COVID-19 testing: stratified periodic testing rather than universal random testing pp. S14-S37 Downloads
Matthew Cleevely, Daniel Susskind, David Vines, Louis Vines and Samuel Wills
A cost–benefit analysis of the COVID-19 disease pp. S38-S55 Downloads
Robert Rowthorn and Jan Maciejowski
What is the meaning of (statistical) life? Benefit–cost analysis in the time of COVID-19 pp. S56-S63 Downloads
Jonathan Colmer
International cooperation during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. S64-S76 Downloads
Gordon Brown and Daniel Susskind
Adaptive targeted infectious disease testing pp. S77-S93 Downloads
Maximilian Kasy and Alexander Teytelboym
Supply and demand shocks in the COVID-19 pandemic: an industry and occupation perspective pp. S94-S137 Downloads
R Maria del Rio-Chanona, Penny Mealy, Anton Pichler, François Lafond and J Doyne Farmer
COVID-19 and the future of microfinance: evidence and insights from Pakistan pp. S138-S168 Downloads
Kashif Malik, Muhammad Meki, Jonathan Morduch, Timothy Ogden, Simon Quinn and Farah Said
Baby steps: the gender division of childcare during the COVID-19 pandemic pp. S169-S186 Downloads
Almudena Sevilla and Sarah Smith
The initial impact of COVID-19 and policy responses on household incomes pp. S187-S199 Downloads
Mike Brewer and Laura Gardiner
COVID-19 and the financial system: a tale of two crises pp. S200-S214 Downloads
Julia Giese and Andrew Haldane
COVID-19 and the UK labour market pp. S215-S224 Downloads
Ken Mayhew and Paul Anand
Discretionary fiscal responses to the COVID-19 pandemic pp. S225-S241 Downloads
Michael Devereux, İrem Güçeri, Martin Simmler and Eddy H F Tam
Business in times of crisis pp. S242-S255 Downloads
Mary Johnstone-Louis, Bridget Kustin, Colin Mayer, Judith Stroehle and Boya Wang
COVID-19 and public-sector capacity pp. S256-S269 Downloads
Mariana Mazzucato and Rainer Kattel
Reforming the UK financial system to promote regional development in post-COVID Britain pp. S270-S280 Downloads
Paul Collier and Colin Mayer
Social protection response to the COVID-19 crisis: options for developing countries pp. S281-S296 Downloads
Francois Gerard, Clément Imbert and Kate Orkin
Global macroeconomic cooperation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: a roadmap for the G20 and the IMF pp. S297-S337 Downloads
Warwick McKibbin and David Vines
After the lockdown: macroeconomic adjustment to the COVID-19 pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa pp. S338-S358 Downloads
Christopher Adam, Mark Henstridge and Stevan Lee
Will COVID-19 fiscal recovery packages accelerate or retard progress on climate change? pp. S359-S381 Downloads
Cameron Hepburn, Brian O’Callaghan, Nicholas Stern, Joseph Stiglitz and Dimitri Zenghelis
From low-skilled to key workers: the implications of emergencies for immigration policy pp. S382-S396 Downloads
Mariña Fernández-Reino, Madeleine Sumption and Carlos Vargas-Silva
Trade finance matters: evidence from the COVID-19 crisis pp. S397-S408 Downloads
Banu Demir and Beata Javorcik

Volume 36, issue 3, 2020

The rebuilding macroeconomic theory project part II: multiple equilibria, toy models, and policy models in a new macroeconomic paradigm pp. 427-497 Downloads
David Vines and Samuel Wills
Mapping types of macromodel to types of macro user pp. 498-509 Downloads
Simon Wren-Lewis
Implications of household-level evidence for policy models: the case of macro-financial linkages pp. 510-555 Downloads
John Muellbauer
Some important macro points pp. 556-578 Downloads
Ray C Fair
Climate change and monetary policy: issues for policy design and modelling pp. 579-603 Downloads
Warwick McKibbin, Adele C Morris, Peter Wilcoxen and Augustus J Panton
Why some places are left behind: urban adjustment to trade and policy shocks pp. 604-620 Downloads
Anthony Venables
Towards a dynamic disequilibrium theory with randomness pp. 621-674 Downloads
Martin Guzman and Joseph Stiglitz
The importance of beliefs in shaping macroeconomic outcomes pp. 675-711 Downloads
Roger Farmer
Clinical macroeconomics and differential diagnosis pp. 712-723 Downloads
Jeffrey D Sachs

Volume 36, issue 1, 2020

Rethinking the economics of water: an assessment pp. 1-23 Downloads
Dustin E Garrick, Michael Hanemann and Cameron Hepburn
The economics of water scarcity and variability pp. 24-44 Downloads
Richard Damania
The economics of dams pp. 45-68 Downloads
Marc Jeuland
Thirty years after water privatization—is the English model the envy of the world? pp. 69-85 Downloads
Dieter Helm
The paradox of water pricing: dichotomies, dilemmas, and decisions pp. 86-107 Downloads
R. Quentin Grafton, Long Chu and Paul Wyrwoll
Water rights reform and water marketing: Australia vs the US West pp. 108-131 Downloads
Michael Hanemann and Michael Young
A tale of two water markets in Australia: lessons for understanding participation in formal water markets pp. 132-153 Downloads
Sarah Wheeler and Dustin E Garrick
Beneath the surface: complexities and groundwater policy-making pp. 154-170 Downloads
William Blomquist
Rethinking the economics of rural water in Africa pp. 171-190 Downloads
Rob Hope, Patrick Thomson, Johanna Koehler and Tim Foster
Evidence-based policy analysis? The strange case of the randomized controlled trials of community-led total sanitation pp. 191-221 Downloads
Dale Whittington, Mark Radin and Marc Jeuland
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