32 Works

Private capital inflow and growth in former Soviet-bloc countries: roles of stock market and demand-side macroeconomic policy

Adil H. Suliman, Mohammed Zakaullah Shariff, Humoud AlMutairi & Khaled ElMawazini
This paper contributes to the empirical literature by investigating the impact of private capital inflows on economic growth across former Soviet-bloc countries between 1990 and 2015. Roles of the stock market and of demand-side macroeconomic policy are investigated using panel data analysis. The result suggests that though foreign direct investment (FDI) contributing relatively more to economic growth than foreign portfolio investments (FPI), it interacts with stock market trading to negatively influence growth. Final Consumption Expenditure,...

Is corruption efficiency-enhancing? A case study of the Central and Eastern European region

Claire Giordano & Paloma Lopez-Garcia
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 15. no. 1 (Summer 2018), p. 119-164

Untangling the causal relationship between tax burden distribution and economic growth in 23 OECD countries: Fresh evidence from linear and non-linear Granger causality

Sami Saafi, Meriem Bel Mohamed Haj & Abdeljelil Farhat
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 14. no. 2 (December 2017), p. 265-301

Wage inequality in workers’ cooperatives and conventional firms

Nathalie Magne
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 14. no. 2 (December 2017), p. 303-329

Human Capital in the Twenty First Century

Daniel Kuehn
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 15. no. 1 (Summer 2018), p. 3-9

Brexit and CDS spillovers across UK and Europe

Jamal Bouoiyour & Refk Selmi
The purpose of the paper is twofold. First, it aims at identifying when UK and European (France, Germany, Italy and Spain) Credit Default Swaps (CDSs) exhibit explosivity with respect to their past behaviors. Second, it seeks to quantify the dynamics of CDS volatility spillover effects surrounding the UK’s EU membership referendum commonly known as "Brexit". Using a recursive identification algorithm and new spillover measures suggested by Diebold and Yilmaz (2012), two interesting findings were drawn....

Fiscal austerity and monetary easing: which one is to be praised for ending the euro area crisis?

Pompeo Della Posta
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 15. no. 1 (Summer 2018), p. 165-189

Book review: Nils Karlson, Statecraft and liberal reforms in advanced democracies

Enrico Colombatto
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 15. no. 1 (Summer 2018), p. 191-193

L’imposta di soggiorno.Amnesie legislative ed esigenze di riforma

Giorgio Beretta
Università Cattaneo Working Papers no. 3, 2017

Greece and the Troika – Lessons from International Best Practice Cases of Successful Price (and Wage) Adjustment

Ansgar Belke & Daniel Gros
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 14. no. 2 (December 2017), p. 177-195

Fiscal Sustainability: Does EU Membership Change Policy Behavior? Empirical Evidence from Central and Eastern Europe

Bettina Bökemeier
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 14. no. 2 (December 2017), p. 161-175

Innovazione, internazionalizzazione e performance: il contributo di noi Giovani Imprenditori

Rafaela Gjergji, Valentina Lazzarotti & Federico Visconti
Università Cattaneo Research Reports no. 4, 2018

Il diritto in trasformazione: spunti comparatistici tra didattica e ricerca

Elena Falletti
L’obiettivo di questo testo è di coniugare temi di attualità giuridica, oggetto di ricerca della docente, con l’approccio didattico nello svolgimento delle lezioni di diritto privato comparato. Ci si è prefissati di andare oltre a quanto strettamente necessario ai fini del mero superamento dell’esame di fine corso, sviluppando spunti critici e di approfondimento. A questo proposito, il metodo comparatistico rappresenta uno strumento appropriato per affrontare tale compito, data la sua polivalenza. Infatti, da un lato...

Business Cycle Accounting: Bulgaria after the introduction of the currency board arrangement (1999-2014)

Aleksandar Vasilev
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 14. no. 2 (December 2017), p. 197-219

Central Banking without Romance

Thomas L. " "Hogan, Daniel J. " "Smith & Robin" "Aguiar-Hicks

The interaction of individual values and sticky formal institutions in economic development

Judit Kapás
This paper intends to take a step towards improving our understanding of how culture affects economic development. Relying on the theory of institutional stickiness (Boettke et al. 2008), the main hypothesis is that the "deep" cultural layer (proxied by individual values) interacts with the stickiest formal institutions in development, which leads to a very special "stuck-together" phenomenon. The aim of the paper is to investigate this specific effect empirically, and show the genuinely unique role...

Market Reactions to ECB Policy Innovations: A Cross-Country Analysis

Fausto Pacicco, Luca Vena & Andrea Venegoni
Università Cattaneo Working Papers no. 4, 2017

Does Election of an Additional Female Councilor Increase Women's Candidacy in the Future?

Jekaterina Kuliomina
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 15. no. 1 (Summer 2018), p. 37-81

Ageism and the business cycle:an exploratory approach

Laetitia Challe
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 14. no. 2 (December 2017), p. 221-264

Secular decline in profit rates: time series analysis of a classical hypothesis

Ivan D. Trofimov
European Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol 15. no. 1 (Summer 2018), p. 83-118

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