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Economic Policy 42

Economic Policy 42

Georges De Menil (Editor), Richard Portes (Editor), Hans-Werner Sinn (Editor), Richard Baldwin (Editor), Giuseppe Bertola (Editor), Paul Seabright (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-405-12984-8

Jun 2005

192 pages

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$44.95

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Description

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.

  • Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that always identifies current and emerging policy topics early.
  • Papers are specially commissioned from first-class economists and experts in the policy field.
  • The editors are all based at top European economic institutions and each paper is discussed by a panel of distinguished economists.
  • This unique approach guarantees incisive debate and alternative interpretations of the evidence.
  • Economic Policy increases to 4 issues in 2005.
Editors' introduction.

Securitization of taxes implicit in PAYG pensions: Salvador Valdés-Prieto.

Capital quality improvement and the sources of economic growth in the euro area: Plutarchos Sakellaris, Focco Vijselaar.

Fear of service outsourcing: is it justified?: Mary Amiti and Shang-Jin Wei.

Trade liberalization in the Doha Development Round:Joseph Francois, Hans van Meijl and Frank van Tongeren.


  • Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that always identifies current and emerging policy topics early.
  • Papers are specially commissioned from first-class economists and experts in the policy field.
  • The editors are all based at top European economic institutions and each paper is discussed by a panel of distinguished economists.
  • This unique approach guarantees incisive debate and alternative interpretations of the evidence.
  • Economic Policy increases to 4 issues in 2005.