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International Review of Applied Economics

1997 - 2022

Current editor(s): Professor Malcolm Sawyer

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Volume 36, issue 4, 2022

The role of agency and regulation in economic and social processes pp. 475-476 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
The heterogeneity of residents’ preference over a wide array of services, provided by a master planned community (MPC) pp. 477-495 Downloads
James Yoo and Julianna Browning
The quotas law for people with disabilities in Brazil: is it a guarantee of employment? pp. 496-525 Downloads
Ana Cléssia Pereira Lima de Araújo, Maria Analice D. Santos Sampaio, Edward Martins Costa, Ahmad Saeed Khan, Guilherme Irffi and Rayssa Alexandre Costa
Surplus and capital profitability in the Spanish economy, and comparison with the Euro area. A political economy approach pp. 526-547 Downloads
Juan Pablo Mateo and Maxi Nieto
Does property ownership by women reduce domestic violence? A case of Latin America pp. 548-563 Downloads
Emin Gahramanov, Khusrav Gaibulloev and Javed Younas
A Balance-of-Payments-Constrained Growth Model for a Small Commodity Exporting Country: Argentina Between 1971 and 2016 pp. 564-588 Downloads
Juan Miguel Massot and Román David Merga
The effect of conservation on residential electricity consumption: evidence from Kuwait pp. 589-607 Downloads
Ahmad Alawadhi, Nadeem Burney, Ayele Gelan, Sheikha Al-Fulaij, Nadia Al-Musallam and Wafa Awadh
Population and economic growth in developed countries pp. 608-621 Downloads
Theodore P. Lianos, Nicholas Tsounis and Anastasia Pseiridis

Volume 36, issue 3, 2022

Correction Notice pp. iii-iii Downloads
The Editors
The coming financial crisis pp. 291-301 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Economists’ competitiveness letter pp. 302-307 Downloads
Economists former UK-regulators
Measuring corporate diversity in financial services: a diversity index pp. 308-337 Downloads
Jonathan Michie and Christine Oughton
Banking diversity, financial complexity and resilience to financial shocks: evidence from Italian provinces pp. 338-402 Downloads
Beniamino Pisicoli
Reviving financial markets – a critical assessment of the single resolution mechanism pp. 403-423 Downloads
Mariana Mortágua and Izaura Solipa
Financialisation in developing countries: approaches, concepts, and metrics pp. 424-447 Downloads
Costas Lapavitsas and Aylin Soydan
The non-financial private firms’ sector of Spain in 2011 – 2017: the financial fragility hypothesis-based analysis pp. 448-473 Downloads
Ekaterina Bryleva and Ivan Rozmainsky

Volume 36, issue 2, 2022

This changes everything pp. 151-153 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
When green practices affect business performance: an investigation into California’s hotel industry pp. 154-186 Downloads
Atm Sayfuddin
Quantum of finance obtained by tech startups over the lifecycle: an analysis of its determinants pp. 187-204 Downloads
Shivalik Singh and M. H. Bala Subrahmanya
The influence of non-R&D channels on innovation in a developing economy: an empirical analysis in the context of India pp. 205-221 Downloads
Seenaiah Kale
Public debt, institutional quality and growth in sub-Saharan Africa: a threshold analysis pp. 222-244 Downloads
Laurent Kemoe and Emmanuel Lartey
Linking natural resource dependence and industrialization in sub-Saharan African countries pp. 245-263 Downloads
Guivis Nkemgha, Symphorin Engone Mve, Hermine Balouki Mikala and Honoré Tékam
Foreign direct investment and participation of developing countries in global value chains: lessons from the last decade pp. 264-284 Downloads
Françoise Okah Efogo, Kwami Ossadzifo Wonyra and Evans Osabuohien
Industrial policy, economic theory, and ecological planning pp. 285-290 Downloads
Franklin Obeng-Odoom

Volume 36, issue 1, 2022

Challenges for economic policy pp. 1-3 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
A critical analysis of the Brazilian ‘expansionary fiscal austerity’: why did it fail to ensure economic growth and structural development? pp. 4-16 Downloads
Philip Arestis, Fernando Ferrari-Filho, Marco Flávio da Cunha Resende and Fábio Henrique Bittes Terra
Managed exchange rate regimes and monetary independence: an empirical appraisal pp. 17-50 Downloads
G Pantelopoulos
On the long-run relationship between immigration and growth: empirical evidence from European countries pp. 51-66 Downloads
Sebastien Charles
The demand for civil justice in Germany: an empirical investigation pp. 67-84 Downloads
Roberto Ippoliti and A. Sanders
Prices and competition: evidence from a social program pp. 85-101 Downloads
Emilio Aguirre, Pablo Blanchard, Fernando Borraz and Joaquín Saldain
Buffering monetary and exchange rate shocks: are capital controls effective? pp. 102-128 Downloads
Chokri Zehri
The Fiscal resource curse: What’s China’s natural resource appetite got to do with it? pp. 129-146 Downloads
Daniel Ofoe Chachu and Edward Nketiah-Amponsah
Call for papers for a special issue on economic policy in an era of crises and uncertainty – tackling global inequality and financial instability, building forward post-covid, and securing net zero pp. 147-148 Downloads
Jonathan Michie, Philip B. Whyman and Ruth Yeoman
Correction pp. 149-149 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 35, issue 6, 2021

The ‘Great Reset’ to tackle Covid-19 and other crises pp. 793-795 Downloads
Jonathan Michie and Maura Sheehan
The Covid-19 pandemic and economic stimulus in India: has it been a hostage of macroeconomic complications? pp. 796-812 Downloads
Himadri Shekhar Chakrabarty, Partha Ray and Parthapratim Pal
Accounting for global value chains: rising global inequality in the wake of COVID-19? pp. 813-831 Downloads
Christa D. Court, João-Pedro Ferreira, Geoffrey Hewings and Michael L. Lahr
Impact of pandemics on income inequality: lessons from the past pp. 832-850 Downloads
Pinaki Das, Santanu Bisai and Sudeshna Ghosh
The Korean government’s public health responses to the COVID-19 epidemic through the lens of industrial policy pp. 851-869 Downloads
Hee-Young Shin
The impact of COVID-19 on the Indian economy pp. 870-885 Downloads
Deepak Kumar Behera, Maryam Sabreen and Deepika Sharma
An empirical analysis of COVID-19 response: comparison of US with the G7 pp. 886-903 Downloads
Mahua Barari, Srikanta Kundu and Saibal Mitra

Volume 35, issue 5, 2021

Economic theory, practice, and policy – and the prescience of Frank Wilkinson and Vishnu Padayachee pp. 633-636 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Rail versus inland water transport: a comparative costs study based on the movement of coal in India pp. 637-658 Downloads
Mohd Hussain Kunroo and M. Absar Alam
Modeling functional and juridical informality: a guide for data-driven policy pp. 659-683 Downloads
Bill Gibson and Diane Flaherty
The non-linear effect of inequality on investment pp. 684-713 Downloads
Jorge Carrera and Pablo de la Vega
Economic policy uncertainty: are there regional and country correlations? pp. 714-728 Downloads
Peterson K. Ozili
Long-term development of Kenya’s growth potential pp. 729-748 Downloads
Basil Oberholzer
Inflation and FDI in industrialized and developing economies pp. 749-764 Downloads
Komla Agudze and Oyakhilome Ibhagui
From social choice to inequality-decomposition: in the spirit of Arrow and Atkinson by way of Sen and Shorrocks pp. 765-791 Downloads
Ben Fine and Pedro Mendes Loureiro

Volume 35, issue 3-4, 2021

Correction pp. I-I Downloads
The Editors
Correction pp. II-II Downloads
The Editors
The first 30 years of the International Review of Applied Economics, and the future of capitalism pp. 331-337 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Financialisation, industrial strategy and the challenges of climate change and environmental degradation pp. 338-354 Downloads
Malcolm Sawyer
UK and other advanced economies productivity and income inequality pp. 355-370 Downloads
Philip Arestis
Financial oversight, the third flawed pillar of the European Union: the missing piece in the Arestis-Sawyer critique of EMU macropolicy design pp. 371-388 Downloads
Gary A. Dymski and Annina Kaltenbrunner
The industrial policy requirements for a global climate stabilization project pp. 389-406 Downloads
Robert Pollin
Challenges to neo-liberalism in the United States pp. 407-431 Downloads
Samuel Rosenberg
The U.S.–China trade imbalance and the theory of free trade: debunking the currency manipulation argument pp. 432-455 Downloads
Isabella Weber and Anwar Shaikh
Global value chains – a ladder for development? pp. 456-474 Downloads
Petra Dünhaupt and Hansjörg Herr
The impact of capital flow reversal shocks in South Africa: a stock- and-flow-consistent analysis pp. 475-501 Downloads
Konstantin Makrelov, Rob Davies and Laurence Harris
Do public banks reduce monetary policy power? Evidence from Brazil based on state dependent local projections (2000–2018) pp. 502-519 Downloads
Nikolas Passos and André de Melo Modenesi
Some new insights on financialization and income inequality: evidence for the US economy, 1947–2013 pp. 520-539 Downloads
Marwil J. Dávila Fernández and Lionello F. Punzo
Determinants of social outreach of microfinance institutions pp. 540-550 Downloads
Shakil Quayes and George Joseph
Rethinking growth and inequality in the US: what is the role of measurement of GDP? pp. 551-576 Downloads
Remzi Baris Tercioglu
Sovereign currency and long-term interest rates pp. 577-596 Downloads
Hongkil Kim
Government expenditure and economic growth: a post-Keynesian analysis pp. 597-625 Downloads
Pintu Parui
Interpreting the world, in various ways – and changing it pp. 626-631 Downloads
Jonathan Michie

Volume 35, issue 2, 2021

Building back better? pp. 111-116 Downloads
Jonathan Michie and Maura Sheehan
Organizational participation in post-covid society – its contributions and enabling conditions pp. 117-146 Downloads
John Child
The psychological consequences of COVID-19 lockdowns pp. 147-163 Downloads
Kien Le and My Nguyen
COVID-19: effectiveness of socioeconomic factors in containing the spread and mortality pp. 164-187 Downloads
Joshua Ping Ang, Fang Dong and Jason Patalinghug
Is there a shift contagion among stock markets during the COVID-19 crisis? Further insights from TYDL causality test pp. 188-209 Downloads
Amine Ben Amar, Néjib Hachicha and Nihel Halouani
Health risk and the efficient market hypothesis in the time of COVID-19 pp. 210-223 Downloads
Evangelos Vasileiou, Aristeidis Samitas, Maria Karagiannaki and Jagadish Dandu
Behavioral finance and market efficiency in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic: does fear drive the market? pp. 224-241 Downloads
Evangelos Vasileiou
Analysis of containment measures and economic policies arising from COVID-19 in the European Union pp. 242-255 Downloads
Javier Cifuentes-Faura
Covid 19: Ramifications for progress towards the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Nigeria pp. 256-268 Downloads
O’Raye Dicta Ogisi and Toritseju Begho
The political risk factors of COVID-19 pp. 269-287 Downloads
J. Eduardo Vera-Valdés
A green new deal and debt sustainability for the post COVID-19 world pp. 288-307 Downloads
Juan Rafael Ruiz and Patricia Stupariu
COVID-19 and the Chinese economy: impacts, policy responses and implications pp. 308-330 Downloads
Kerry Liu

Volume 35, issue 1, 2021

Understanding the economy at the micro and macro levels pp. 1-2 Downloads
Jonathan Michie
Energy consumption and economic growth in Botswana: empirical evidence from a disaggregated data pp. 3-24 Downloads
Nicholas Odhiambo
Do exports and innovation matter for the demand of skilled labor? pp. 25-44 Downloads
Nora Aboushady and Chahir Zaki
Re-examining the causal relationships among FDI, economic growth and financial sector development in Africa pp. 45-63 Downloads
Muazu Ibrahim and Abraham Mensah Acquah
Real exchange rate management and economic growth: export performance in Kazakhstan, 2009–2019 pp. 64-90 Downloads
Zhandos Ybrayev
Deleveraging China pp. 91-109 Downloads
Kerry Liu
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