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Volume 27, issue 4, 2019

Political connections and corporate performance: Evidence from Pakistan pp. 863-889 Downloads
Abubakr Saeed, Yacine Belghitar and Ephraim Clark
Can remittances buy peace? pp. 891-913 Downloads
Michael Batu
Decomposing growth in the gender wage gap in urban China: 1989–2011 pp. 915-941 Downloads
Denise Hare
How might the negative impact of higher education on growth be explained? The role of vertical qualification (mis)match in an MRW‐type model pp. 943-969 Downloads
Mariya Neycheva
Why is education performance so different across Latvian schools? pp. 971-987 Downloads
Olegs Krasnopjorovs
In search of thresholds in the household income inequality–growth relationship pp. 989-1008 Downloads
Suzanna‐Maria Paleologou
Human rights protection and foreign direct investment: The case of post‐socialist countries pp. 1009-1030 Downloads
Anna Lewczuk
Access to credit and its determinants: A comparison of survey‐based measures pp. 1031-1067 Downloads
Christa Hainz and Tatjana Nabokin

Volume 27, issue 3, 2019

No country for young men: International migration and left‐behind children in Tajikistan pp. 579-614 Downloads
Pascal Jaupart
Reduction of child poverty in Serbia: Benefit or employment strategy? pp. 615-645 Downloads
Nicholas‐James Clavet, Luca Tiberti, Marko Vladisavljevic, Jelena Žarković Rakić, Aleksandra Anić, Gorana Krstić and Saša Ranđelović
What if they take it all? Heterogeneous impact of sickness absence reform pp. 647-671 Downloads
Filip Pertold
Gender gap in self‐employment: The role of risk attitudes pp. 673-698 Downloads
Iryna Hayduk and Donald R. Williams
Institutions for private sector development and pro‐poor growth: Evidence from Vietnam pp. 699-728 Downloads
Trung Hoang, Cong Pham and Mehmet Ulubasoglu
The transmission of business cycles: Lessons from the 2004 enlargement of the EU and the adoption of the euro pp. 729-743 Downloads
Hoang Sang Nguyen and Fabien Rondeau
How do telecommunications reforms affect labour market arrangements? Evidence from Central and Western Europe pp. 745-762 Downloads
Emmanuel Vazquez and Hernan Winkler
Does Autonomy Matter in State Owned Enterprises? Evidence from Performance Contracts in India pp. 763-800 Downloads
Sangeetha Gunasekar and Jayati Sarkar
Export rivalry and exchange rate pass‐through pp. 801-821 Downloads
Puyang Sun, Yong Tan and Xinyu Hou
Can producer services boost manufacturing growth? Evidence from China's de‐regulation pp. 823-840 Downloads
Jingxian Zou, Guangjun Shen and Yuxian Chen
Does good governance matter for FDI? New evidence from emerging countries using a static and dynamic panel gravity model approach pp. 841-860 Downloads
Moheddine Younsi and Marwa Bechtini

Volume 27, issue 2, 2019

Does ethnic diversity decrease economic interactions? Evidence from exchange networks in rural Gambia pp. 327-353 Downloads
Jean-Louis Arcand and Dany Jaimovich
The relationship between remittances and macroeconomic variables in times of political and social upheaval: Evidence from Tunisia's Arab Spring pp. 355-394 Downloads
Jamal Bouoiyour, Refk Selmi and Amal Miftah
The productivity trend in Iran Evidence from manufacturing firms pp. 395-408 Downloads
Mohammad H. Rahmati and Asal Pilehvari
Does studying abroad enhance employability? pp. 409-423 Downloads
Jacek Liwiński
A basic tool to assess tax administration strength in emerging Europe pp. 425-446 Downloads
Ernesto Crivelli
Bargaining externalities in a privatization programme pp. 447-455 Downloads
John Bennett and James Maw
How should resource‐rich countries diversify? Estimating forward‐linkage effects of mining on productivity growth pp. 457-473 Downloads
Omar Joya
Ownership transformation, firm performance and manufacturing growth in China pp. 475-496 Downloads
Wei Wei and Jianmin Tang
Does government R&D stimulate or crowd out firm R&D spending? Evidence from Chinese manufacturing industries pp. 497-518 Downloads
Albert G.Z. Hu and Deng Yongxu
Trade liberalization and the wage–skill premium: Evidence from Vietnamese manufacturing pp. 519-540 Downloads
Mita Bhattacharya and Kien Trung Nguyen
Do bank activities and funding strategies of foreign and state‐owned banks have a differential effect on risk‐taking in Central and Eastern Europe? pp. 541-576 Downloads
Ion Lapteacru
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