Vol 3, No 2 (2016)


Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter
J. Econ. Pol. Econ. i-iv


Leadership and the Mandate of Heaven: Political Risk in China
Charles RARICK, Kasia FIRLEJ 183-191
The Federal Reserve as Lender of Last Resort During the Subprime Crisis – Successful Stabilisation Without Structural Changes
Hansjörg HERR, Sina RÜDIGER, Jennifer Pédussel WU 192-210
International Remittances and Brain Drain in Ghana
Ryuta Ray KATO, Isaac DADSON 211-241
Unified Growth Theory Contradicted by the Mathematical Analysis of the Historical Growth of Human Population
Ron W. NIELSEN 242-263
Cirebon as the Silk Road: A New Approach of Heritage Tourisme and Creative Economy
Aan JAELANI 264-283
Structural Features and Mechanisms of The Korean Powerhouses: What Makes These Niche Companies Leaders in The Global Market?
WooJin KIM 284-308
Modelling the Egyptian Shadow Economy: A MIMIC model and A Currency Demand approach
Mai HASSAN, Friedrich SCHNEIDER 309-339
Automating Analytics: Forecasting Time Series in Economics and Business
Anton Antonov GERUNOV 340-349
A Dynamic Analysis of the Determinants of the Greek Credit Default Swaps
Maria do Rosario CORREIA, Christian GOKUS, Andrew Hughes HALLETT, Christian R. RICHTER 350-376
Exchange Arrangements and Currency Crises: What´s the matter with the exchange rate classification?
Alexis CRUZ-RODRIGUEZ 377-392

Book Review

Wladimir Andreff (Ed.), Disequilibrium Sports Economics: Competitive Imbalance and Budget Constraints
Nicolas SCELLES 393-410
Matthew P. Drennan, Income Inequality: Why it Matters and Why Most Economicsts Didn’t Notice
Pierre CLAVEL 411-414

Conference Notes

7th International Conference of Political Economy
Gülçin BEKEN 415-417

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