Review of Economic Analysis

The Review of Economic Analysis is an open access, peer reviewed economic journal. We are committed to open exchange of ideas and information. Unlike many open-access journals, we charge neither submission nor publication fees.

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Vol 10, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents


Guest Editorial: 3rd International Conference in Applied Theory, Macro and Empirical Finance Abstract | PDF
Theodore Panagiotidis i-ii


Optimal Taxation and the Tradeoff Between Efficiency and Redistribution Abstract | PDF
George Economides, Anastasios Rizos 1-43

Search Frictions, Efficiency Wages and Equilibrium Unemployment Abstract | PDF
Chris Martin, Bingsong Wang 45-54

Estimating the Impact of Credit Risk Determinants in two Southeast European Countries: A Non-Linear Structural VAR Approach. Abstract | PDF
Michail Karoglou, Konstantinos Mouratidis, Sofoklis Vogiazas 55-74

Heterogeneous Monetary Policy Transmission in the US Housing Market Abstract | PDF
Maria Christidou, Panagiotis Theodore Konstantinou, Costas Roumanias 75-96

The Competitiveness of the European ICT Industry Abstract | PDF
Dimitris Psychoyios, George Dotsis 97-119


Public Investment, Government Indebtedness and Transitional Dynamics Abstract | PDF
Constantine Angyridis, Panagiotis Tsintzos

Availability of better data on communication networks can undermine community enforcement Abstract | PDF
James David Campbell

Games of Two Halves: Non-Experimental Evidence on Cooperation, Defection and the Prisoner’s Dilemma Abstract | PDF
Stephen Dobson, John Goddard

Exploratory Study of Comparison Income and Individual Debt Using British Household Panel Survey Abstract | PDF
Ourega-Zoe Ejebu

Liquidity Provision, Ambiguous Asset Returns and the Financial Crisis Abstract | PDF
Willem Spanjers