Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

 

 

 

 

Previous Issues

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 5, Number 2, December 2012 

 

Lula G. Mengesha, Geeta Rani Duppati and Sukh Deo

Revealing the Effects of ill Global Eco-Financial Systems

and their Capsules, pp. 1-23

 

Atef Al-Rashidi and Bidisha Lahiri

Trade-Weighted Exchange Rate Indices: Explaining Industrial Production, pp. 24-31

 

Serge Shikher

Predicting the Effects of NAFTA: Now We Can Do It Better! pp. 32-59 

 

Noel Campbell and Thomas Snyder

Economic Freedom and Economic Volatility, pp. 60-76 

 

John Olufowote

Do Capital Flows Respond to Movements in the Marginal Product

of Capital? What Does the Data Say? pp. 77-94

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 5, Number 1, June 2012

 

Bob Carbaugh and Max St. Brown

Industrial Policy and Renewable Energy: Trade Conflicts, pp. 1-16

 

Ying Wu

Revisiting the Marshall-Lerner Condition under Processing Trade–

Empirical Evidence from China, pp. 17-34

 

Wen-jen Hsieh, Po-Jen Hsiao, and Jenq-Daw Lee

The Impact of Health Status on Wages–

Evidence from the Quantile Regression, pp. 35-56

 

Farrukh Suvankulov and Wazir Ali

Recent Trends and Prospects of Bilateral Trade between

Pakistan and Turkey: A Gravity Model Approach, pp. 57-72

 

Tounsi Said, Ragbi Aziz, and Firano Zakaria

Monetary Policy and Choice of Exchange Rate Regime for

the Developing Countries: Case of Morocco, pp. 73-97

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 4, Number 2, December 2011

 

H. Mikael Sandberg and James L. Seale, Jr.

The Impact of Historical and Regional Networks

On Trade Volumes in the Western Hemisphere

An Application of Two Gravity Models, pp. 1-29

 

Han Jian, Cheng Shaoyi and Shen Yanzhi

Capital Inflows and the Impossible Trinity in China,

pp. 30-46

 

Yu-Cheng Lai and Kun-Chin Lee

The Effect of M&A on Wage: Evidence from

Financial Institution in Taiwan ROC, pp. 47-54

 

Kathleen Dorsainvil

The Haitian Tsunami: Where Does It Come From? pp. 55-71

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 4, Number 1, June 2011

 

Robert J. Carbaugh

NAFTA and the U.S.-Mexican Trucking Dispute, pp. 1-10

 

Yi-Chi Chen

A Study of Budget Deficits and Interest Rates for Japan:

Evidence from an Extended Loanable Funds Model, pp. 11-27

 

Ivan Deseatnicov and Hiroya Akiba

Political Risk and its implications on Japanese Outward

FDI Activities, pp. 28-58

 

Ming-Chung Chang

International Technology Transfer and Market Size:

The Case of an Emerging Economy, pp. 59-73

 

Roger Hosein and Jeetendra Khadan

Exploring the Potential Benefits of the Proposed

CARICOM-Canada Free Trade Arrangement (FTA),

pp. 74-87

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 3, Number 2, December 2010

 

Jon Nadenichek

An Empirical Examination of Trade and the J-Curve in an

International Real Business Cycle Framework, pp. 1-18

 

Qichun He

Expanding Varieties in the Nontraded Goods Sector and

the Real Exchange Rate Depreciation, pp. 19-38

 

Yu-Cheng Lai

The Effect of Migrant Workers on Labor in the

Manufacturing Industry in Taiwan, pp. 39-52

 

Chien-Chen Chen, Chiang-Ping Chen and Ching-Yi Yeh

Determinants of Software Piracy:  Evidence from Far East Countries,

pp. 53-62

 

Chang-Sheng Liao

Are Foreign Banks in Developing Countries More Productive?

The Case of Taiwan, pp. 63-74

 

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 3, Number 1, June 2010

 

Barbara Dluhosch

ICT: Inflating or Deflating Offshoring? pp. 1-24

 

Gee San and Ya-ling Huang*

Innovation, Performance and Capital Investment: A Causal Analysis of

Taiwan’s High Tech and Non-High Tech Industries, pp. 25-40

 

Jim Lee

Globalization and Business Cycle Synchronization:

Evidence from the United States, pp. 41-59

 

Richard J. Cebula, Franklin G. Mixon, Jr., and Addison Layfield

Did Ending the Military Draft Reduce U.S. Voter Participation?

An Exploratory Investigation, pp. 60-67

 

Dene T. Hurley

A Generalized Impulse Response Investigation of U.S. Long and

Short-Term Interest Yields and Asian Holdings of U.S. Treasuries,

pp. 68-86

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 2, Number 2, December 2009

 

Wataru Johdo

The Effects of Monetary Policy under Habit Persistence:

A Two-Country Analysis, pp. 1-14

 

Kemal Türkcan and Ayşegül Ateş

Structure and Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade in the U.S. Auto Industry, pp. 15-46

 

Chia Yin Chang

Capital Outflows and Economic Growth, pp. 47-60

 

Steven Buigut

Loss of Monetary Policy Autonomy and Public Attitude toward Monetary Union, pp. 61-76
 

Jin-ray Lu and Pei-Ling Tsai

Forecasting Equity Market Correlation: A Comparison of Alternative Measures, pp. 77-95

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 2, Number 1, June 2009

 

Chu Ping Lo and K.C. Fung

Wage Inequality, Outsourcing, and Education, pp. 1-17

 

Yener Kandogan

Why Do English-Speaking Countries Run a Trade Deficit? The Curse of Commercial Languages, pp. 18-30

 

Richard Cebula

The Potential Role of Marketing in Promoting Free Enterprise in the U.S.: A Study Involving Minor League Baseball and Ticket-Sales Revenue Maximization, pp. 31-45

 

Richard Frensch

A Note on Extensive Import Margins and Technology Adoption, pp. 46-56

 

Cindy Hsiao Ping Peng

A Note on the Welfare Analysis on Third-Degree Tariff Discrimination under International Trade Agreement, pp. 57-67

 

Musibau Adetunji Babatunde

Can Trade Liberalization Stimulate Export Performance in Sub-Saharan Africa? pp. 68-92

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 1, Number 2, December 2008

 

John Beirne

Real Exchange Rate Dynamics and Monetary Integration

in Crisis-Affected Regions, pp. 1-25

 

Masanaga Kumakura

Whither IIT?, pp. 26-56

 

Paul J. Thomassin and Kakali Mukhopadhyay

Impact of East-Asian Free Trade on Regional Greenhouse

Gas Emissions, p. 27-83

 

Wen-jen Hiseh

Effects of Oil Price Shocks and Macroeconomic Conditions on

Output Fluctuations for Korea, pp. 84-91

 

Chu Ping Lo

Offshore Production, Student Effort, and Income Inequality,

pp. 92-111

 

Amarendra Sharma and Oscar J Cárdenas

Education Spending and Fiscal Reform in Mexico, pp. 112-127

 

Journal of International and Global Economic Studies

Volume 1, Number 1, June 2008

 

Kevin Dowd

Copulas in Macroeconomics, pp. 1-26

 

Mark J. Holmes

Has the Euro Era Facilitated Inflation Convergence?, pp. 27-41

 

Davide Furceri and Sara Borelli

Foreign Direct Investments and Exchange Rate Volatility in the EMU Neighborhood Countries, pp. 42-59

 

Katherine M. Sauer

Wholesale Pricing under Parallel Imports, pp. 60-82

 

Simeon Papadopoulos

How Efficient are Central European Banks?, pp. 83-104

 

Grigorios Bitzis, John M. Paleologos, and Christos Papazoglou

The Determinants of the Greek Current Account Deficit:

The EMU Experience, pp. 105-121

 

 

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