International Journal of Applied Economics

Recent Issues

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 13, Number 2, September 2016

 

K.C. Fung and Chelsea C. Lin

Outsourcing as an Evolutionary Game, pp. 1-18

 

Joseph G. Eisenhauer

Cardinal Sins: Utility Specification and the Measurement

of Risk Aversion, pp. 19-29

 

Mark Gius

The Effects of Occupational Licensing on Wages:

A State-Level Analysis, pp. 30-45

 

Srimoyee Bose, Tesfa G. Gebremedhin,and Usha Sambamoorthi

State-level Variations in Healthcare financing in the United State,

pp. 46-73

 

Julia Pannicke

Media Bias in Women´s Magazines:

Do Advertisements Influence Editorial Contents?, pp. 74-93

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 13, Number 1, March 2016

 

Richard J. Cebula, Fiorentina Angjellari-Dajci, and Fabrizio Rossi

The Disenfranchisement/Enfranchisement Voter Participation Rate Hypothesis: Preliminary Analysis, pp. 1-14

 

Maria Gabriela Ladua and Marta Meleddub

Productivity, Wage and Inflation Relationship for a Sample of Developed Countries: New Evidence from Panel Cointegration Tests with Multiple Structural Breaks, pp. 15-31

 

Jon Nadenichek

A Cross-Country Test of Ricardian Equivalence and the Twin Deficits Hypothesis, pp. 32-42

 

Amr Sadek Hosny

What is the Central Bank of Egypt’s Implicit Inflation Target?

pp. 43-56

 

Feyza BALAN

Environmental Quality and its Human Health Effects: A Causal Analysis for the EU-25, pp. 57-71

 

Lalitagauri Kulkarni

Health Inputs, Health Outcomes and Public Health Expenditure: Evidence from the BRICS Countries, PP. 72-84

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 12, Number 2, September 2015

 

Markus Hertrich

Does Credit Risk Impact Liquidity Risk? Evidence from

Credit Default Swap Markets, pp. 1-46

 

Christophe Boya and Julien Malizard

Extreme Political Views and Determinants of Popularity, pp. 47-70

 

Wen-jen Hsieh

Bank Lending and Monetary Policy Transmission in Greece and

Policy Implications, pp. 71-79

 

Ali Abcha

Imperfect Competition, Government Spending and

Estimated Markup, pp. 80-103

 

Li-Ju Chen and Yen-Ling Lin

Does Air Pollution Respond to Petroleum Price?, pp. 104-125

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 12, Number 1, March 2015

 

Richard J. Cebula

On the Nominal Interest Rate Yield Response to Net Government Borrowing in the U.S.: GLM Estimates, 1972-2012, pp. 1-14

 

Dina Shatnawi

The Online Professional Social Network: Further Understanding the

Relationship between Contacts and Labor Market Outcomes, pp. 15-50

 

Tsuyoshi Sasaki

Heckscher-Ohlin Model with Assignment Problem with

Skilled and Unskilled Labor, pp. 51-79

 

Rashmita Basu

Lasting Impacts of Childhood Health and Socioeconomic Circumstances on Adult Health Problems: Analysis of a Longitudinal Count Regression Model, pp. 80-97

 

Donatella Cavagnoli

Does Students’ Behaviour Reflect a Good Proxy for the Behaviour of the Population? Evidence from New Zealand, pp. 98-107

 

Panos Fousekis

Spatial Price Transmission in Major EU Pigmeat Markets:

An Empirical Investigation with a Non Parametric Approach,

pp. 108-122

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 11, Number 2, September 2014

 

Walter Enders and Yu Liu

Inflation Revisited: New Evidence from

Modified Unit Root Tests, pp. 1-9

 

Scott W. Hegerty

Output Volatility in Latin America: Evidence from

a Multivariate GARCH Model, pp. 10-18

 

Osman Kilic, Surya Chelikani, Thomas Coe

Financial Crisis and Contagion: The Effects of the 2008

Financial Crisis on the Turkish Financial Sector, pp. 19-37

 

Panagiotis Pegkas

The Link between Educational Levels and Economic Growth:

A Neoclassical Approach for the Case of Greece, pp. 38-54

 

Evrim Turgutlu

Current Account Balance Implications of Consumer Loans:

The Case of Turkey, pp. 55-64

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 11, Number 1, March 2014

 

Hai Fang, Qingyue Meng, and John A Rizzo

Do Different Health Insurance Plans in China Create Disparities

in Health Care Utilization and Expenditures? pp. 1-18

 

Donatella Cavagnoli

What determines Paid Parental Leave Provisions in

Collective Agreements in New Zealand?, pp. 19-38

 

Onur Burak Celik and Mark Gius

Estimating the Determinants of Summer Olympic Game Performance, pp. 39-47

 

Fatima S. Lekhe, Lamya B. Islam, Silvia Z. Islam, and

Aysha Akter

Giffen Behavior for Rice Consumption in Rural Bangladesh, pp. 48-59

 

Hong Chen and Baljeet Singh

Foreign Aid and Labor Productivity in Fiji: An Empirical Investigation within an Endogenous Production Framework, pp. 60-77

 

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 10, Number 2, September 2013

 

Anna Bottasso, Gabriele Cardullo, Maurizio Conti

Labor Market Deregulation and Wage Dispersion: Does Product

Market Competition Matter? The case of the EU Electricity Industry, pp. 1-9

 

Bernard Walley and Matthew Cushing

Development Aid and Foreign R&D Spillovers in

Sub-Saharan Africa, pp. 10-31

 

Li-Ju Chen

Do Female Politicians Influence Public Spending?

Evidence from Taiwan, pp. 32-51

 

Faqin Lin and Hsiao Chink Tang

Exporting and Innovation: Theory and Firm-Level

Evidence from the People’s Republic of China, pp. 52-76

 

Monir Uddin Ahmed, Moniruzzaman Muzib and Amit Roy

Price-Wage Spiral in Bangladesh: Evidence from

ARDL Bound Testing Approach, pp. 77-103

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 10, Number 1, March 2013

 

Hong Liu, Fang Hai and John A. Rizzo

HMOs and Patient Trust in Physicians: A Longitudinal Study, pp. 1-21

 

Richard Cebula

An Exploratory Panel Data Analysis of Impacts of Cigarette Excise Taxes and Statewide Bans on Cigarette Consumption, pp.22-28

 

Hong Zhuang and David Griffith

The Effect of Mergers & Acquisitions and Greenfield FDI

on Income Inequality, pp.29-38

 

Dayal Talukder and Love Chile

Determinants of Growth in Consumption of Rural Household in Bangladesh: A Regression Analysis, pp. 39-63

 

Andreas Sachs and Frauke Schleer

Labour Market Institutions and Structural Reforms:

A Source for Business Cycle Synchronization? PP. 64-83

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 9, Number 2, September 2012

 

George L. Wehby and Muzhe Yang

Depression, Antidepressant Use and Weight Gain, pp. 1-38

 

Jon Nadenichek

The S-Curve Revisited: The Terms, Volume and

Balance of Trade over the Business Cycle, pp. 39-57

 

Adam J. Grossberg and Paul Sicilian

Relative Pay and Benefits in the Nonprofit Sector, pp. 58-72

 

Chien-Chen Chen, Chiang-Ping Chen, and Ching-Yi Yeh

Technological and Economic Indicators on Software Piracy

in OECD Countries, pp. 73-82

 

Maganga M. Assa, Abdi-Khalil Edriss, and Greenwell C. Matchaya

Unexploited Profit among Smallholder Farmers in Central Malawi:

What are the Sources?, pp. 83-95

 

International Journal of Applied Economics

Volume 9, Number 1, March 2012

 

Steven B. Caudill and Franklin G. Mixon, Jr.

Human Capital Investment and the Internment of Japanese

Americans during WWII: A Public Choice Approach, pp. 1-14

 

Mehmet E. Yaya and Xiaoxia Lu

The Short-Run Relationship between Real Effective

Exchange Rate and Balance of Trade in China, pp. 15-27

 

Mark P. Gius

The Effect of the No Child Left Behind Act on Per-Student Public Education Expenditures at the State Level, pp. 28-40

 

Senarath Lalithananda Seelanatha

Drivers of Technical Efficiency of Sri Lankan Commercial Banks,

pp. 41-58

 

Huy, Vu Quang

Determinants of Educational Expenditure in Vietnam, pp. 59-72