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International Review of Applied Economics

1997 - 2019

Current editor(s): Professor Malcolm Sawyer

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Volume 33, issue 3, 2019

Correction pp. I-I Downloads
The Editors
Prospects for a popular political economy – and a Call for Papers pp. 307-309 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Prospects for a popular political economy in Europe pp. 310-313 Downloads
EuroMemo Group
Renewable energy investment and employment in China pp. 314-334 Downloads
Ying Chen
Central bank independence and stock market returns in developed countries pp. 335-352 Downloads
Maria Teresa Garcia and Pedro Miguel Mendes Rosa Costa
One thing leads to another: economic polarizations and social disparities in a pre-crisis Mediterranean city pp. 353-383 Downloads
Luca Salvati and Pere Serra
Changing preferences for environmental protection: evidence from volunteer behaviour pp. 384-401 Downloads
Laura Lamb
Output co-movement between Latin America and the United States: the export structure matters pp. 402-425 Downloads
Gonzalo Hernandez Jimenez
Profitability and capital accumulation in Mexico: a first look at tradables and non-tradables based on KLEMS pp. 426-452 Downloads
Carlos A. Ibarra and Jaime Ros
Has the sovereign debt crisis changed the cyclicality of Portuguese remittances? pp. 453-472 Downloads
Leonida Correia and Patrícia Martins
Correction pp. 473-473 Downloads
The Editors
International Review of Applied Economics Festschrift for Malcolm Sawyer Capitalism: an unsustainable future? Call for Papers, March 2019 pp. 474-474 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 33, issue 2, 2019

Finance and power – and Keynes’s relevance today pp. 171-171 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Budgets, expenditure composition and political manipulation pp. 172-187 Downloads
Vítor Castro and Rodrigo Martins
Kicking a crude habit: diversifying away from oil and gas in the twenty-first century pp. 188-208 Downloads
Cullen S. Hendrix
Financial illness and political virus: the case of contagious crises in the Eurozone pp. 209-227 Downloads
Aristeidis Samitas and Elias Kampouris
Comovement among returns of the private Chilean pension system pp. 228-240 Downloads
Ronny Vallejos, Angelo Gárate and Marcos Gómez
Keynes’s view of deficits and functional finance: a Modern Monetary Theory perspective pp. 241-253 Downloads
Phil Armstrong
Gender wage gaps and economic crisis in Greece pp. 254-276 Downloads
George Agiomirgianakis, Georgios Bertsatos and Nicholas Tsounis
Finance, power, and the British balance of payments pp. 277-304 Downloads
Mona Ali
Special issue on alternative forms of corporations and business enterprise in the Global South in the context of globalisation and inequality pp. 305-306 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 33, issue 1, 2019

South African business in the transition to democracy pp. 1-10 Downloads
Jonathan Michie and Vishnu Padayachee
From a developmental to a regulatory state? Sasol and the conundrum of continued state support pp. 11-29 Downloads
Pamela Mondliwa and Simon Roberts
The spread and internationalisation of South African retail chains and the implications of market power pp. 30-50 Downloads
Reena Das Nair
Surviving in the BRICS: the struggle of South African business in coping with new partners and investors pp. 51-70 Downloads
N. Wenzel, B. Freund and O. Graefe
South African manufacturing firms in transition pp. 71-92 Downloads
David Francis, Gareth Roberts and Imraan Valodia
The global ambitions of the biometric anti-bank: Net1, lockin and the technologies of African financialisation pp. 93-118 Downloads
Keith Breckenridge
Laying the table: the role of business in establishing competition law and policy in South Africa pp. 119-133 Downloads
Jonathan Klaaren
Collective counterveilence as a deterrent to entry: A reconsideration of the factors limiting competition in post-Apartheid South Africa pp. 134-149 Downloads
Nobantu L. Mbeki
“Volkskapitalisme” in the transition to democracy and beyond pp. 150-162 Downloads
Vishnu Padayachee and Jannie Rossouw
Steinhoff collapse: a failure of corporate governance pp. 163-170 Downloads
Jannie Rossouw and James Styan

Volume 32, issue 6, 2018

‘Sand in the wheels’ to stabilise markets would generate significant revenues pp. 711-712 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Capital control reconsidered: financialisation and economic policy pp. 713-731 Downloads
Kalim Siddiqui and Phil Armstrong
Foreign direct investment and its impact on real wages: evidence from Turkish micro-level data pp. 732-749 Downloads
Syeda Tamkeen Fatima and Abdul Khan
The value of state education to consumers in the UK pp. 750-771 Downloads
Sofia N. Andreou, Panos Pashardes and Nicoletta Pashourtidou
The revenue potential of a financial transaction tax for US financial markets pp. 772-806 Downloads
Robert Pollin, James Heintz and Thomas Herndon
Financial reforms and credit growth in Nigeria: empirical insights from ARDL and ECM techniques pp. 807-820 Downloads
Ngozi Adeleye, Evans Osabuohien, Ebenezer Bowale, Oluwatoyin Matthew and Emmanuel Oduntan
The political economy of Ecuador’s external debt default pp. 821-843 Downloads
Lorenzo Vidal

Volume 32, issue 5, 2018

Keynesian theory and policy pp. 567-568 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
How Germany’s anti-Keynesianism has brought Europe to its knees pp. 569-588 Downloads
Joerg Bibow
Market power and efficiency as the source of performance in banking: a case study of the Slovak banking sector pp. 589-619 Downloads
Martin Boďa
Capital flows and economic growth revisited: evidence from five Sub-Saharan African countries pp. 620-640 Downloads
Samuel Adams and Edem Kwame Mensah Klobodu
The nexus between infrastructure (quantity and quality) and economic growth in Sub Saharan Africa pp. 641-672 Downloads
Chengete Chakamera and Paul Alagidede
Exploring the relationship between university and innovation: evidence from the Italian food industry pp. 673-696 Downloads
Paola Cardamone, Valeria Pupo and Fernanda Ricotta
Dollarization: asymmetry and breaks pp. 697-710 Downloads
Ibrahim Dolapo Raheem

Volume 32, issue 4, 2018

Alternative economic policies for Europe – but with global significance pp. 423-424 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
European Economists for an Alternative Economic Policy in Europe pp. 425-427 Downloads
The Editors
An empirical test of the Post-Keynesian growth model applied to functional income distribution and the growth regime in Brazil pp. 428-449 Downloads
Cleiton Silva de Jesus, Ricardo Araujo and Carlos Eduardo Drumond
Productivity growth of the cities of Jiangsu province, China: a Kaldorian approach pp. 450-471 Downloads
John S. L. McCombie, Marta Spreafico and Sixiang Xu
Evidence of the added-worker and discouraged-worker effects in Australia pp. 472-488 Downloads
Andrew Evans
Is ‘no news’ really ‘good news’? Country visibility and FDI location choice pp. 489-524 Downloads
Laurel Adams, Rebecca Neumann and Saleh S. Tabrizy
Hours worked in selected OECD countries: an empirical assessment pp. 525-545 Downloads
Lorenzo Carbonari, Vincenzo Atella and Paola Samà
Economic development and inflation: a theoretical and empirical analysis pp. 546-565 Downloads
André Roncaglia de Carvalho, Rafael Ribeiro and André M. Marques

Volume 32, issue 3, 2018

Entrepreneurship, investment, and inequality pp. 281-282 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
FDI direction, FDI margin, and heterogeneous firms: evidence from the EU pp. 283-307 Downloads
Valeria Gattai and Giorgia Sali
Simulation of the impact of economic policies on poverty and inequality: GEM in micro-simulation for the Algerian economy pp. 308-330 Downloads
Touitou Mohammed
A preliminary theoretical examination of the targeted public distribution system in India pp. 331-347 Downloads
C. Saratchand
The innovative bureaucrat: evidence from the correctional authorities in Washington State pp. 348-373 Downloads
Georgios Georgiou
Entrepreneurship and income inequality: a spatial panel data analysis pp. 374-422 Downloads
Hanen Ragoubi and Sana Harbi

Volume 32, issue 2, 2018

Productivity, inequality, and the environment pp. 137-138 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Green, greener, greenest: Identifying ecological trends and leading entities by means of environmental ratings pp. 139-162 Downloads
Benjamin R. Auer
Explaining differences in the productivity of investment across countries in the context of ‘new growth theory’ pp. 163-194 Downloads
Kevin Nell and Anthony Thirlwall
ICT and income inequality: a cross-national perspective pp. 195-214 Downloads
Kami Richmond and Russell E. Triplett
The Greek economy under the twin-deficit pressure: a demand orientated growth approach pp. 215-236 Downloads
Elias Soukiazis, Micaela Antunes and Ioannis Kostakis
Changes in cyclical patterns of the USA labor market: from the perspective of nonlinear Okun’s law pp. 237-258 Downloads
Jong-seok Oh
Definition of full-time and part-time employment, and distributional assumptions: the implications for the estimated full-time and part-time wage equations pp. 259-279 Downloads
John Baffoe-Bonnie and Anthony O. Gyapong

Volume 32, issue 1, 2018

Time for new thinking pp. 1-2 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Innovation, complementarity, and exporting. Evidence from German manufacturing firms pp. 3-38 Downloads
Rosa Bernardini Papalia, Silvia Bertarelli and Susanna Mancinelli
The effects of exchange rate regimes on real exchange rate misalignment pp. 39-61 Downloads
Emiliano Libman
Determinants of the real exchange rate in the long-run for developing and emerging countries: a theoretical and empirical approach pp. 62-83 Downloads
Lúcio Otávio Seixas Barbosa, Frederico Jayme Jr and Fabricio Missio
Foreign education and international trade: empirical evidence from selected Latin American countries pp. 84-103 Downloads
Marina Murat
Applying three-stage DEA on the operational performance of foreign banks in Taiwan pp. 104-118 Downloads
Hsiang-Hsi Liu
From scratch to efficiency gains after a financial crisis? A tale of a restructured banking system pp. 119-133 Downloads
Gustavo Ferro, Sonia León, Carlos Romero and Damián Wilson
Moral Sentiments and The New Urban Crisis pp. 134-136 Downloads
Danny Dorling
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