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Food Policy, Volume 70, July 2017

Research Articles

Adoption of food safety measures on milk production in Nepal: Impact on smallholders’ farm-gate prices and profitability by Anjani Kumar, Ganesh Thapa, Devesh Roy, P.K. Joshi

The development and application of a sustainable diets framework for policy analysis: A case study of Nepal by Shauna M. Downs, Alex Payne, Jessica Fanzo

How do inputs and weather drive wheat yield volatility? The example of Germany by Hakon Albers, Christoph Gornott, Silke Hüttel

Eating at the limits: Barriers to the emergence of social enterprise initiatives in the Australian emergency food relief sector by Benjamin Wills\Agricultural research spending must increase in light of future uncertainties by Yongyang Cai, Alla A. Golub, Thomas W. Hertel

Review Articles

Review: Food loss and waste in Sub-Saharan Africa by Megan Sheahan, Christopher B. Barrett

Research Articles

Explaining the reduction in child undernutrition in the Indian state of Maharashtra between 2006 and 2012: An analysis of the policy processes by Nicholas Nisbett, Inka Barnett

Perspectives on the coordination of multisectoral nutrition in Mozambique and an emerging framework by Isabelle Michaud-Létourneau, David Louis Pelletier

URL: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03069192/70?sdc=1

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New Left Review, 105, May- June, 2017


Perry Anderson: The Centre Can Hold

Julian Stallabrass: Memory and Icons

Tom Hazeldine: Revolt of the Rustbelt

Patricia McManus: Happy Dystopians

Owen Hatherley: Comparing Capitals

Francis Mulhern: A Tory Tribune?

Alice Bamford: In the Wake of Trilling

Tim Barker: Calmly on the Universal Bugbear

URL: https://newleftreview.org/

Courtesy: Newleftreview

Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Volume 64, Issue 3, July 2017


Optimal Capital Income Taxation with Means-tested Benefits (pages 227–262)

Cagri S. Kumru and John Piggott

Demography, Volume 54, Issue 3, June 2017


The Sibsize Revolution and Social Disparities in Children’s Family Contexts in the United States, 1940–2012 by Tony Fahey

Preference for Boys, Family Size, and Educational Attainment in India by Adriana D. KuglerSantosh Kumar

Parenting in On/Off Relationships: The Link Between Relationship Churning and Father Involvement by Kristin Turney

Sarah Halpern-MeekinNon-Heterosexuality, Relationships, and Young Women’s Contraceptive Behavior by Elizabeth J. Ela

Jamie BudnickResolved Parental Infertility and Children’s Educational Achievement by Amelia R. Branigan

Jonas HelgertzJob Displacement and First Birth Over the Business Cycle by Barbara HofmannMichaela KreyenfeldArne Uhlendorff

The Marriage Wealth Premium Revisited: Gender Disparities and Within-Individual Changes in Personal Wealth in Germany by Philipp M. Lersch

Trends in Economic Homogamy: Changes in Assortative Mating or the Division of Labor in Marriage? by Pilar Gonalons-Pons

Christine R. SchwartzNew Evidence Against a Causal Marriage Wage Premium by Alexandra Killewald

Ian LundbergTenancy, Marriage, and the Boll Weevil Infestation, 1892–1930 by Deirdre BloomeJames Feigenbaum

Christopher MullerThe German East-West Mortality Difference: Two Crossovers Driven by Smoking by Tobias VogtAlyson van RaaltePavel GrigorievMikko Myrskylä

Optimizing the Lee-Carter Approach in the Presence of Structural Changes in Time and Age Patterns of Mortality Improvements by Hong LiJohnny Siu-Hang Li

A Quiescent Phase in Human Mortality? Exploring the Ages of Least Vulnerability by Michal EngelmanChristopher L. Seplaki

Ravi VaradhanWomen Left Behind? Poverty and Headship in Africa by Annamaria Milazzo

Dominique van de WalleBack to School: Racial and Gender Differences in Adults’ Participation in Formal Schooling, 1978–2013 by Patrick Denice

The Contribution of Drug Overdose to Educational Gradients in Life Expectancy in the United States, 1992–2011 by Jessica Y. Ho

Trends in Education-Specific Life Expectancy, Data Quality, and Shifting Education Distributions: A Note on Recent Research by Arun S. Hendi

Reply to Trends in Education-Specific Life Expectancy, Data Quality, and Shifting Education Distributions: A Note on Recent Research by Isaac Sasson


Courtesy: Springer

The Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Volume 119, Issue 3, July 2017

Does Peacetime Military Service Affect Crime? (pages 512–540)Karsten Albæk, Søren Leth-Petersen, Daniel le Maire and Torben Tranæs

Environment and Development Economics, Volume 22 – Issue 4 – August 2017


Tourism Economics, Volume 23, Issue 3, May 2017


International residential tourist shopping styles:A study of British and German citizens in Spain by 

The impact of the Australian carbon tax on the tourism industry by 
Determinants of financial policy in the hospitality sector in the United States by 
Short-term debt and long-term debt determinants in small and medium-sized hospitality firms by 
Introducing labour productivity changes into models used for economic impact analysis in tourism  by 
The influence of recent hotel amenities and green practices on guests’ price premium and revisit intention by 
Non-linear models for tourism demand forecasting by 
Regional impacts of tourism-led growth on poverty and income inequality: A dynamic general equilibrium analysis for Indonesia by 
On the carrying capacity and the optimal number of visitors in tourism destinations by 
Competition, market structure and market power within the hotel-supplier sector in Antalya, Turkey: The case for technology integration by 
Research Notes
Segmenting visitors based on willingness to pay for recreational benefits: The case of Leiria National Forest by 
Economic crises and market performance—A machine learning approach by 
Sports results creating tourism value: Rafael Nadal’s tennis match points worth €12,000,000 by 
Attractiveness of South-West Poland municipalities for independent hotel investors by 
Understanding the impact of Turkish TV series on inbound tourists: A case of Saudi Arabia and Bulgaria by 



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