Economic Policy 54
May 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
Economic Policy is written for all those with an informed interest in economic policy problems. All articles are submitted to rigorous scrutiny by a panel of distinguished economists from around the world, resulting in a volume of authoritative and accessible articles, each followed by the comments of panel members.
1. The effect of information and communication technologies on urban structure: Yannis M. Ioannides, Henry G. Overman, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg and Kurt Schmidheiny.
2. Mass car ownership in the emerging market giants: Marcos Chamon, Paolo Mauro and Yohei Okawa.
3. Tied to the mast? National fiscal rules in the European Union: Xavier Debrun, Laurent Moulin, Alessandro Turrini, Joaquim Ayuso-i-Casals and Manmohan S. Kumar.
4. US shocks and global exchange rate configurations: Marcel Fratzscher.
Giuseppe Bertola is Professore Ordinario di Economica Politica, Facolta di Scienze Politiche, Universita di Torino.
Philippe Martin is Professor at the Universite Paris-1 Pantheon Sorbonne and CERASENPC and a Research Fellow at CEPR.
Paul Seabright is Professor of Economics at Universite des Sciences Sociales de Toulouse, a Director of Research at the Institut d'Economie Industrielle and a Research Fellow at CEPR.
The Senior Editors of Economic Policy:
Georges de Menil works at the Delta Ens, France.
Richard Portes lectures in the Department of Economics, London Business School.
Hans-Werner Sinn is based at the Centre for Economic Studies, University of Munich.
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