Recent Topics in Economic Research — Feature Papers for Cerebrating the 10th Anniversary of Economies

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March 2023
386 pages
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This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Recent Topics in Economic Research – Feature Papers for Cerebrating the 10th Anniversary of Economies that was published in

Business & Economics
Computer Science & Mathematics

In 2023, Economies celebrates its 10th anniversary. Thanks to the incredible support from all of you, the journal has developed into a well-respected academic journal. Economies has been included in several journal rankings, has a decent and growing number of submissions by well-known experts, and obtains very satisfactory citation scores given its young age. We acknowledge these achievements with a dedicated Special Issue. Therefore, researchers from all areas of economic research have been invited to submit their contributions to this Special Issue.

The Special Issue is titled “Recent Topics in Economic Research” and covers a broad range of topics that are currently at the forefront of economics research and that are within Economies' scope. This includes original research papers as well as comprehensive review papers on topics of actual importance in economics.

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DEA-approach; non-parametric; Tobit; random-effect; religion; conventional; time-series; efficiency performance; microfinance; region; gender; female owned firms; firm survival; COVID-19; World Bank Enterprise surveys; Brazil; China; import penetration; informal labor markets; wages; online pharmacies; brand name medicines; price dynamics; applied econometrics; CO2 emissions; energy consumption; environmental degradation; European region; food production; health problem; macroeconomics; obesity; green economy; tourism; sustainable development; hospitality; energy; Condorcet cycle; Condorcet winner; Condorcet paradox; multidimensional issue space; radial symmetry; spatial modeling; agent-based modelling; bibliometric analysis; network analysis; conceptual structure; social structure; SMEs; export performance; innovation capabilities; government institutional support; active internationalization behavior; reactive internationalization behavior; Mozambique; complexity theory; economics; public policy; systematic review; political budget cycles; electoral cycles; economic destabilization; international trade; environmental uncertainty; financial information; non-financial information; organizational performance; contingency theory; survey; Portugal; remittances; household saving behaviour; household expenditure patterns; propensity score matching; Vietnam; health; expenditure; poverty; Knightian uncertainty; multiplier preferences; Ramsey planner; social planner; carbon tax; capital tax; ambiguity premium; dynamic stochastic integrated general equilibrium (DSIGE); robust Arrow–Debreu asset prices; global value chain; textile and apparel; international trade; developed and developing countries; forward and backward participation; explanatory factors; Okun’s law; employment; unemployment; US recessions; jobless recovery; job search; business cycles; Input–Output; regionalization; Hypothetical Extraction Method; linkage analysis; linguistic structures; future time reference; financial development; discounting future; income-related inequality of health; health care utilization; out-of-pocket payments; decomposition analysis; China