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Oxford Economic Papers, Volume 68, Issue 4, October 2016

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Editor’s Choice: Understanding context effects for a measure of life evaluation: how responses matter by Angus Deaton and Arthur A. Stone

What we know about context effects in self-report surveys of well-being: comment on Deaton and Stone  by Richard E. Lucas, Shigehiro Oishi, and Ed Diener

Response to Lucas, Oishi, and Diener  by Angus Deaton and Arthur A. Stone

More for less? Puzzling selection effects in the insurance market  by Edmund Cannon, Giam Pietro Cipriani, and Katia Bazar-Rosen

Not so dissatisfied after all? The impact of union coverage on job satisfaction by Alex Bryson and Michael White

Expenditure and confidence: using daily data to identify shocks to consumer confidence by Marta Lachowska

Too many graduates? An application of the Gottschalk–Hansen model to young British graduates between 2001–2010  by Nigel O’Leary and Peter Sloane

Do freedom of information laws improve bureaucratic efficiency? An empirical investigation by Krishna Chaitanya Vadlamannati and Arusha Cooray

Import competition, dynamic resource allocation and productivity dispersion: micro-level evidence from China by Sai Ding, Wei Jiang, and Puyang Sun

Money doctors and their reform proposals for China reconsidered, 1903–29 by Tai-kuang Ho

On the fee elasticity of the demand for trademarks in Europe by Benedikt Herz and Malwina Mejer

 The political economy of migration policies in oil-rich Gulf countries by Halvor Mehlum and Gry Østenstad

Bubbles and unemployment in an endogenous growth model by Ken-ichi Hashimoto and Ryonghun Im

Trade liberalization, technology transfer, and endogenous R&D by Hong Hwang, Sugata Marjit, and Cheng-Hau Peng

Estimating nonlinear effects of fiscal policy using quantile regression methods by Ludger Linnemann and Roland Winkler

Fiscal policies enhancing growth in Europe: does one size fit all? by Carine Bouthevillain and Gilles Dufrénot

A behavioral model of simultaneous borrowing and saving by Karna Basu

URL: https://oep.oxfordjournals.org/content/current

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