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Towards New Thinking in Economics
An interview with introduction by Serban Scrieciu, World Economics, March 2011
Terry Barker is a leading British economist in macroeconomics, climate economics and empirical analysis. For over 45 years, he has been involved in re..
The Economics of Copyright
Ray Corrigan & Mark Rogers, World Economics, September 2005
The copyright industries—such as music, film, software and publishing—occupy a significant and growing share of economic activity. Current copyright l..
The Economics of Happiness
Carol Graham, World Economics, September 2005
The economics of happiness is an approach to assessing welfare that combines economists’ techniques with those of psychologists, and relies on more ex..
Islamic Economics and Finance
Rodney Wilson, World Economics, March 2008
This article provides an introduction to key concepts and methods involved in an Islamic approach to business, investment, risk taking and insurance. ..
The Failures of Economics and the Emerging New Economics
Michael Chibba, World Economics, March 2010
The current economic and financial crisis has exposed several weaknesses in economics that emanate from oversimplification of reality, the role of ide..
Revisiting The Death of Economics
Paul Ormerod, World Economics, June 2001
Paul Ormerod achieved notoriety, even opprobrium among orthodox economists, with the publication in 1994 of his best-selling book The Death of Econom..
In Praise of Historical Economics
An interview with introduction by Brian Snowdon, World Economics, March 2002
Professor Bradford DeLong is a leading macroeconomist and economic historian, and is best known for his work on economic growth, business cycles, fin..
Economics, Science and Climate Change
Julian Gough, World Economics, June 2016
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) contends that global warming is largely due to the burning of fossil fuels, leading to increased ..
What is the Economics of Climate Change?
Nicholas Stern, World Economics, June 2006
A major review of the economics of climate change under the leadership of Professor Sir Nicholas Stern was announced at the end of July 2005, reportin..
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics
Howard R. Vane & Chris Mulhearn, World Economics, March 2004
In October 2003 the latest recipients of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics were announced. Since its inception in 1969, 53 economists have been a..
The New Transparency in Development Economics
Michael A. Clemens and Gabriel Demombynes, World Economics, December 2013
The Millennium Villages Project is a high profile, multi-country development project that has aimed to serve as a model for ending rural poverty in su..
The Economics of the Kyoto Protocol
Michael Grubb, World Economics, September 2003
This paper surveys economic aspects of the Kyoto Protocol, the Treaty adopted to control emissions of the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate..
To the editors of World Economics
Tim Congdon, World Economics, June 2010
The Dangers of Déjà Vu Economics
Graham Bird, World Economics, March 2009
The New Economics of the Brain Drain
Oded Stark, World Economics, June 2005
For nearly four decades now, the conventional wisdom has been that the migration of human capital (skilled workers) from a developing country to a dev..
An Expanded Concept of Capital in Development Economics
Luc Noiset, World Economics, December 2008
The Data Quality Index
World Economics, World Economics, June 2017
GDP data is important used to apportion funds from international organisations, to influence rating agency decisions and much more, but official data ..
Measuring GDP in Europe
World Economics, World Economics, June 2015
In Europe the quality of national income statistics is less constrained by the capacity and resources devoted by national statistics offices to follow..
Measuring The Americas GDP
World Economics, World Economics, March 2015
The Americas, comprising the USA and Canada, the Spanish speaking countries of South and Central America plus Brazil and the Caribbean, is a region di..
Joe Perkins on Peter Diamond & Hannu Vartiainen (editors), Behavioral Economics and Its Applications
World Economics, September 2007
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