Economic Policy

Economic Policy is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal published by Oxford Academic on behalf of the Centre for Economic Policy Research, the Center for Economic Studies (University of Munich), and the Paris School of Economics. The journal was established in 1985 and covers international economic policy topics such as macroeconomics, microeconomics, the labour market, trade, exchange rate, taxation, economic growth, government spending, and migration. The journal had an impact factor of 2.844 in 2016, ranking it 33/347 in the category "Economics".



Individual Contributors to Policy Commons · 24 November 2023 English

The staggering success of Brexit in transforming Britain’s economic prospects has been such that in his Autumn Statement speech the Chancellor mentioned it, well, just once, and that to refer …

standard-bearer</a> for a ‘true Conservative’ economic policy of tax cuts and small government. But it is

World Bank Group · 23 November 2023 English

Mauritius’s economy has grown dramatically since independence, but its dynamism has waned in recent years. Mauritius’s rapid development has offered a powerful example for developing economies worldwide. However, the economy …

Southern Voice · 23 November 2023 English

The analysis considers variables such as the gender of the business owner, the industry in which the enterprise operates, and the scale of the business in terms of employees and …

Responses, 56–69. Korea Institute of International Economic Policy. https://www.researchgate. net/profile/Mes

World Bank Group · 23 November 2023 English

GDP for 2016. The government presented its economic policy in November 2015 that includes as priorities

World Bank Group · 22 November 2023

This study examines which factors influence support for reducing fossil fuel subsidies and what types of information shift people’s views through surveying 37,000 respondents across 12 middle-income countries that provided …

World Bank Group · 22 November 2023

Addressing gender inequalities in educational outcomes is crucial from a human rights and development perspective. Building human capital early in life has crucial implications for developmental and labor market outcomes …

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