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Journal of Economic Policy Reform

2007 - 2020

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Volume 23, issue 1, 2020

Science, innovation, and public services: editorial introduction pp. 1-15 Downloads
Stefano Clo and Massimo Florio
Should governments fund basic science? Evidence from a willingness-to-pay experiment in five universities pp. 16-33 Downloads
Massimo Florio, Francesco Giffoni and Gelsomina Catalano
The socio-economic value of satellite earth observations: huge, yet to be measured pp. 34-48 Downloads
Alessandra Tassa
Trends and determinants of energy innovations: patents, environmental policies and oil prices pp. 49-66 Downloads
Alessandro Sterlacchini
Innovation and new public water pp. 67-82 Downloads
David A. McDonald
Innovative behavioral regulatory agencies as second generation commitment devices pp. 83-99 Downloads
Francesc Trillas

Volume 22, issue 4, 2019

Finance and unemployment: new panel evidence pp. 307-324 Downloads
Dong-Hyeon Kim, Ting-Cih Chen and Shu-Chin Lin
Structural reforms and growth in developing countries pp. 325-350 Downloads
Tolga Aksoy
Young democracies and government debt: evidence from South America pp. 351-368 Downloads
Manoel Bittencourt
The IMF to the rescue: did Greece benefit from the fund’s experience in dealing with highly indebted countries? pp. 369-383 Downloads
Sebastian Dullien, Barbara Fritz and Laurissa Mühlich
An empirical analysis of disinvestment policy in India: does ideology matter? pp. 384-398 Downloads
Ritika Jain and Shubhro Sarkar
Demographic change and income tax revenues – results from a large microsimulation model for Germany pp. 399-419 Downloads
Lena Calahorrano, Luca Rebeggiani, Sven Stöwhase and Martin Teuber

Volume 22, issue 3, 2019

Reinforcing supranational bank regulation, supervision, support and resolution in Europe: introduction pp. 203-207 Downloads
David Howarth and Joachim Schild
European banks’ executive remuneration under the new European Union regulation pp. 208-225 Downloads
Pablo de Andrés, Rodrigo Reig and Eleuterio Vallelado
Balancing market liquidity: Bank Structural Reform caught between growth and stability pp. 226-241 Downloads
Vanessa Endrejat and Matthias Thiemann
Building responsive supervision over smaller banks in Europe: an insight from the Principal-Agent perspective pp. 242-256 Downloads
Jakub Gren
The multiple accountabilities of the European Banking Authority pp. 257-272 Downloads
John-Paul Salter
Consultations and the ECB as prudential regulator: enhancing legitimacy? pp. 273-290 Downloads
Ute Lettanie
A common backstop to the Single Resolution Fund pp. 291-306 Downloads
Florian Brandt and Matthias Wohlfahrt

Volume 22, issue 2, 2019

Rethinking value in health innovation: from mystifications towards prescriptions pp. 101-119 Downloads
Mariana Mazzucato and Victor Roy
State-owned banks in the market for corporate control pp. 120-147 Downloads
Emanuele Bacchiocchi, Matteo Ferraris, Massimo Florio and Daniela Vandone
Achieving the triple dividend in Portugal: a dynamic general-equilibrium evaluation of a carbon tax indexed to emissions trading pp. 148-163 Downloads
Alfredo Pereira and Rui Pereira
Asymmetric government expenditure: a comparison of advanced and developing countries pp. 164-183 Downloads
Ali Aşkın Çulha
Inter-local relations and trans-scaling through finance in Poland pp. 184-201 Downloads
Julita Łukomska and Katarzyna Szmigiel-Rawska

Volume 22, issue 1, 2019

How do mega-bank merger policy and regulations contribute to financial stability? Evidence from Australia and Canada pp. 1-15 Downloads
Caner Bakir
Impact of domestic financial liberalization on economic growth in Pakistan pp. 16-34 Downloads
Samina Naveed and Zafar Mahmood
Why is change so slow? Assessing prospects for United Nations Security Council reform pp. 35-50 Downloads
Madeleine O. Hosli and Thomas Dörfler
Fiscal decentralization and corporate investment: empirical evidence from China pp. 51-68 Downloads
Shenghao Gao, Liming Wang, Ningyue Liu and Min Zhang
Macroeconomic effects of increased wage flexibility in EMU pp. 69-83 Downloads
Dirk Bursian and Nikolai Stähler
A new proposal of pension regimes typology: empirical analysis of the OECD countries pp. 84-99 Downloads
Edyta Marcinkiewicz and Filip Chybalski

Volume 21, issue 4, 2018

European integration in the aftermath of the debt crisis pp. 257-259 Downloads
Christopher Hartwell, Elias Soukiazis, Eva Muchová and Roman Horvath
The effect of political volatility on capital markets in EU accession and neighborhood countries pp. 260-280 Downloads
Christopher Hartwell
Real-time uncertainty in budget planning: evidence from euro area countries pp. 281-300 Downloads
Maritta Paloviita and Pasi Ikonen
What can eastern European countries learn from the Slovak economy? A twin deficit growth approach pp. 301-318 Downloads
Elias Soukiazis, Eva Muchova, Pedro Cerqueira and Micaela Antunes
Financial market fragmentation and monetary transmission in the euro area: what do we know? pp. 319-334 Downloads
Roman Horvath
Performance of the Macroeconomic Imbalance Procedure in light of historical experience in the CEE region pp. 335-352 Downloads
Mária Širaňová and Marek Radvansky
Monetary integration vs. real disintegration: single currency and productivity divergence in the euro area pp. 353-367 Downloads
Alberto Bagnai and Christian Alexander Mongeau Ospina
Editorial Board pp. ebi-ebi Downloads
The Editors

Volume 21, issue 3, 2018

Special edition on reforming Banking Union: introduction pp. 175-177 Downloads
David Howarth and Joachim Schild
Banking union: the problem of untried systems pp. 178-189 Downloads
David Mayes
The difficult construction of a European Deposit Insurance Scheme: a step too far in Banking Union? pp. 190-209 Downloads
David Howarth and Lucia Quaglia
Advocacy coalitions and the lack of deposit insurance in Banking Union pp. 210-223 Downloads
Shawn Donnelly
Deposit guarantee reform in Europe: does European deposit insurance scheme increase banking stability? pp. 224-239 Downloads
Rosaria Cerrone
Rethinking the allocation of macroprudential mandates within the Banking Union – a perspective from east of the BU pp. 240-256 Downloads
Katalin Mérő and Dora Piroska

Volume 21, issue 2, 2018

Special edition on constructing Banking Union: Introduction pp. 99-101 Downloads
The Editors
Germany and France at cross purposes: the case of Banking Union pp. 102-117 Downloads
Joachim Schild
International law as a negotiation tool in Banking Union; the case of the Single Resolution Fund pp. 118-131 Downloads
Ioannis G. Asimakopoulos
Banking union: the disadvantages of opportunism pp. 132-143 Downloads
David Mayes
Harmonizing national options and discretions in the EU banking regulation pp. 144-158 Downloads
Zdenek Kudrna and Sonja Puntscher Riekmann
Liberal economic nationalism, financial stability, and Commission leniency in Banking Union pp. 159-173 Downloads
Shawn Donnelly

Volume 21, issue 1, 2018

An exploratory study on the impact of pro-market reforms on the Indian corporate sector pp. 1-20 Downloads
Amit Baran Chakrabarti and Sougata Ray
Poverty, disputes, and access to justice in two Indonesian provinces pp. 21-38 Downloads
Jose Cuesta, Lucia Madrigal and Emmanuel Skoufias
Restrictive or expansive selection: the uneven role of tariff structure in improving market access pp. 39-58 Downloads
Carmen Fillat-Castejon
Bubble economics and structural change: the cases of Spain and France compared pp. 59-79 Downloads
Pablo Agnese and Jana Hromcová
Can a temporary financial assistance scheme prevent a transition into poverty among individuals who experienced a life event crisis? pp. 80-97 Downloads
Chang-O Kim
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