Review of Economic Analysis

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. We aim to become a leading general interest journal. We accept submissions from all fields of economics and offer rigorous refereeing process  and wide dissemination.

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Vol 10, No 4 (2018)

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

The Canadian University Selectivity Premium Abstract | PDF
Joniada Milla 313-349

Reconciling Orthodox and Heterodox Views on Money and Banking Abstract | PDF
David Andolfatto 351-370

Liquidity Provision, Ambiguous Asset Returns and the Financial Crisis Abstract | PDF
Willem Spanjers 371-408

The Relationship between Administrative Corruption and Wages in Egypt’s Governmental Sector: An Experimental Analysis Abstract | PDF
Marwa Biltagy, Mervat Taha 409-447

Forthcoming

An Empirical Analysis of the Effects of Budget Deficits (Total and Primary) and Personal Income Tax Rates on the Ex Post Real Interest Rate Yield on Long-Term U.S. Treasury Bonds Abstract | PDF
Richard J. Cebula

The Impact of Special Economic Zones on Exporting Behavior Abstract | PDF
Roland B. Davies, Arman Mazhikeyev

Visible and Invisible Forces. What Drives the Intensity of Trading in the European Carbon Market? Abstract | PDF
Iordanis Kalaitzoglou

The Role of the Minimum Wage on the Declining Wage Inequality in Latin America: Evidence from Brazil. Abstract | PDF
Paul Garcia Hinojosa

Management Quality and Innovation in Emerging Countries Abstract | PDF
Oleg Sidorkin

Does entry business regulation deter FDI? Evidence from Dynamic Estimators Abstract | PDF
Kyriakos Emmanouilidis, Christos Karpetis

Worker Heterogeneity and the Popularity of the Minimum Wage Institution Abstract | PDF
George Economides, Thomas Moutos

Does Financial Remoteness Affect Foreign Direct Investment? Abstract | PDF
Michael Machokoto, Lanre Kassim


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