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Journal of Economic Policy Reform

1996 - 2022

Current editor(s): Dr Judith Clifton

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Volume 25, issue 4, 2022

Putting value creation back into “public value”: from market-fixing to market-shaping pp. 345-360 Downloads
Mariana Mazzucato and Josh Ryan-Collins
Doing business in a deals world: the doubly false premise of rules reform pp. 361-387 Downloads
Sabyasachi Kar, Lant Pritchett, Spandan Roy and Kunal Sen
Non-linearity and the threshold effect of transparency on economic growth: evidence from developing countries pp. 388-414 Downloads
Siong Hook Law, Sylviana Maya Damayanti, Ali M Kutan and Irwan Trinugroho
Editorial: Distributional Effects of Monetary Policy pp. 415-419 Downloads
Philip Arestis and Salvador Pérez-Moreno
Monetary policy and the redistribution of net worth in the U.S pp. 420-434 Downloads
Juan-Francisco Albert and Nerea Gómez-Fernández
Distributional impact of monetary policy in the UK: from conventional to unconventional policy pp. 435-450 Downloads
Fernando Ballabriga and Karen Davtyan
Unconventional monetary policy and income disparity in an aging society pp. 451-470 Downloads
Farhad Taghizadeh-Hesary, Naoyuki Yoshino and Ehsan Rasoulinezhad

Volume 25, issue 3, 2022

Crisis, what crisis? Industrial strategies and path dependencies in four European countries after the crash pp. 191-210 Downloads
Angela Garcia Calvo and Steven Coulter
Broad-based subsidies or targeted transfers? Distributional equity vs macroeconomic costs pp. 211-228 Downloads
Andrew Feltenstein and Biplab Kumar Datta
On the social opportunity cost of unemployment pp. 229-239 Downloads
Per-Olov Johansson and Bengt Kriström
Employment protection, employment and unemployment rates in European Union countries during the Great Recession pp. 240-258 Downloads
Jesus Ferreiro and Carmen Gomez
Does the ECB policy of quantitative easing impact environmental policy objectives? pp. 259-271 Downloads
Nathalie Hilmi, Salpie Djoundourian, Wassim Shahin and Alain Safa
The ECB’s half-baked supervision mandate Or, how to get serious about shadow banking again pp. 272-286 Downloads
Jakob Vestergaard and Stine Quorning
On foreign aid effectiveness: when conditionality met ownership pp. 287-304 Downloads
Francisco Candel-Sánchez
Disentangling derivatives: international policy reforms concerning central counterparties pp. 305-321 Downloads
Lucia Quaglia and Aneta Spendzharova
Technological diversity in collaborative projects: insights into European research policy pp. 322-343 Downloads
Alessandro Muscio, Andrea Ciffolilli and Antonio Lopolito

Volume 25, issue 2, 2022

Editorial: The Unresolved Nature of Public-Private Partnerships pp. 81-84 Downloads
Matti Siemiatycki, Eoin Reeves and Dónal Palcic
Institutional Economics and the Cost of Capital for Infrastructure Projects pp. 85-102 Downloads
R. Richard Geddes and Joshua Goldman
From turnpikes to toll-roads: a short history of government policy for privately financed public infrastructure in Australia pp. 103-120 Downloads
Sebastian Zwalf
Public-private partnerships in the healthcare sector: limited policy guidelines, but active project development in Denmark pp. 121-135 Downloads
Carsten Greve, Lene Tolstrup Christensen, Christina Tvarnø, Sandie Nøhr Nielsen and Sarah Maria Denta
Analysing the link between corruption and PPPs in infrastructure projects: an empirical assessment in developing countries pp. 136-155 Downloads
Beatriz Cuadrado-Ballesteros and Noemí Peña-Miguel
Public-private partnership tendering periods: an international comparative analysis pp. 156-172 Downloads
Dónal Palcic, Eoin Reeves, Darragh Flannery and R. Richard Geddes
The politicization of public–private partnerships following a mega-project disaster: the case of the Morandi Bridge Collapse pp. 173-189 Downloads
Niccolò Cusumano, Matti Siemiatycki and Veronica Vecchi

Volume 25, issue 1, 2022

Assessing public services from the citizen perspective: what can we learn from surveys? pp. 1-8 Downloads
Judith Clifton, Marcos Fernández-Gutiérrez and Michael Howlett
Institutional quality, corruption, and impartiality: the role of process and outcome for citizen trust in public administration in 173 European regions pp. 9-27 Downloads
Steven Van de Walle and Koen Migchelbrink
Immigration and public attitudes towards social assistance: evidence from Hong Kong pp. 28-44 Downloads
Shen Yang, Bo Miao and Alfred Wu
“Fair to me, fair to us, or fair to you?” Unresolved conflict between government and graduates over Australia’s tertiary education loans pp. 45-61 Downloads
Valerie Braithwaite, Eliza Ahmed and Deborah Cleland
The 2008 Chilean pension reform: household financial decisions and gender differences pp. 62-79 Downloads
Alessandro Bucciol, Martina Manfrè and Gregorio Gimenez

Volume 24, issue 4, 2021

In search of institutional complementarities: Comparative Capitalism and economic policy reform pp. 405-412 Downloads
Andreas Nölke
Varieties of capitalism and renewable energy in emerging and developing economies pp. 413-438 Downloads
Tabitha M. Benney
Neither existing nor emerging: euro stabilization by means of European wage coordination pp. 439-455 Downloads
Martin Höpner and Martin Seeliger
Comparative capitalism and innovation policy: complementarities and comparative institutional advantage pp. 456-471 Downloads
Christian May and Michael Schedelik
Private equity as a commodification of companies: the case of the German automotive supply industry pp. 472-487 Downloads
Christoph Scheuplein
Tax policy as industrial policy in comparative capitalisms pp. 488-504 Downloads
Lukas Haffert

Volume 24, issue 3, 2021

Re-municipalization of public services: trend or hype? pp. 293-304 Downloads
Judith Clifton, Mildred E. Warner, Raymond Gradus and Germà Bel
Re-interpreting re-municipalization: finding equilibrium pp. 305-318 Downloads
Bart Voorn, Marieke L. Van Genugten and Sandra Van Thiel
Re-municipalization in the US: a pragmatic response to contracting pp. 319-332 Downloads
Mildred E. Warner and Austin M. Aldag
Shifting modes of service delivery in Dutch local government pp. 333-346 Downloads
Raymond Gradus, Martijn Schoute and Tjerk Budding
Drivers of contracting back in local governments: analysing efficiency, opportunistic political cycles, political corruption and financial factors pp. 347-360 Downloads
Cristina María Campos-Alba, Emilio José De La Higuera Molina, Gemma Pérez-López and José Luis Zafra-Gómez
Politicians, bureaucrats and the public–private choice in public service delivery: anybody there pushing for remunicipalization? pp. 361-379 Downloads
Daniel Albalate and Germà Bel
Addressing public-value failure: remunicipalization as acts of public entrepreneurship pp. 380-397 Downloads
Andrej Christian Lindholst
Commentary: the perils and promise of inter-paradigmatic dialogues on remunicipalisation pp. 398-404 Downloads
Emanuele Lobina and Vera Weghmann

Volume 24, issue 2, 2021

The surprising reduction of inequality during a commodity boom: what do we learn from Latin America? pp. 95-118 Downloads
Diego Sánchez-Ancochea
Agrarian reform and usufruct farming in socialist Cuba pp. 119-133 Downloads
Carmelo Mesa-Lago and Mario A. González-Corzo
Death in Veneto? European banking union and the structural power of large banks pp. 134-150 Downloads
Pepper D. Culpepper and Tobias Tesche
Small and big infrastructure: a community-planning theory of increments and interoperability pp. 151-169 Downloads
James H. Spencer
The effects of IMF programs on poverty, income inequality and social expenditure in low income countries: an empirical analysis pp. 170-188 Downloads
Graham Bird, Faryal Qayum and Dane Rowlands
The end of a trend: retraction of choice in Swedish elderly care pp. 189-200 Downloads
Henrik Jordahl and Lovisa Persson
Financial crisis and pension reform in Spain: the effect of labour market dynamics pp. 201-218 Downloads
Jennifer Alonso-García and Beatriz Rosado-Cebrian
Public debt, economic policy coordination and their effectiveness: lessons from the EMU and Brazil pp. 219-235 Downloads
Bruno Frascaroli, Jailson Oliveira and Má Almeida
Environmental policy effects: an R&D-based economic growth model with endogenous labour supply pp. 236-252 Downloads
Yoshihiro Hamaguchi
Viability gap funding for promoting private infrastructure investment in Africa: views from stakeholders pp. 253-269 Downloads
Henry Möykkynen and Aristeidis Pantelias
The impact of economic and policy uncertainty shocks in Spain pp. 270-291 Downloads
Juan-Francisco Albert and Nerea Gómez-Fernández

Volume 24, issue 1, 2021

Widening perspectives on social impact bonds pp. 1-10 Downloads
Stefanie Tan, Alec Fraser, Neil McHugh and Mildred E. Warner
Social innovation, financialisation and commodification: a critique of social impact bonds pp. 11-27 Downloads
Stephen Sinclair, Neil McHugh and Michael J. Roy
To SIB or not to SIB? A comparative analysis of the commissioning processes of two proposed health-focused Social Impact Bond financed interventions in England pp. 28-43 Downloads
Alec Fraser, Stefanie Tan and Nicholas Mays
The ethical status of social impact bonds pp. 44-60 Downloads
Julia Morley
Evaluating outcome-based payment programmes: challenges for evidence-based policy pp. 61-77 Downloads
Chris Fox and Stephen Morris
More than marketised? Exploring the governance and accountability mechanisms at play in Social Impact Bonds pp. 78-94 Downloads
Eleanor Carter
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