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London Business School Review , Volume 29, Issue 3, October 2018


The future of firms in an AI world by Julian Birkinshaw

Educating for uncertainty by Charles Handy

The future is human by Lynda Gratton , Andrew Scott

Harnessing the winds of change by Rajesh Chandy

How to thrive in the future

Shining a light on shadow banking by Richard Portes

How post‐Brexit Britain can become a global trade hub by Linda Yueh

Women in finance: beyond the ‘glass ceiling’ by Sarah Bates, Clare Woodman

How AI is advancing across the world map by Abhijit Akerkar

Turning ordeal into opportunity by Katherine Brown

How can we trust crypto‐markets? by Emmanuel De George , Thomas Bourveau , Atif Ellahie, Daniele Macciocchi

Tackling a deadly legacy by Elias Papaioannou, Giorgio Chiovelli, Stelios Michalopoulos

The private equity challenge to corporate finance by Eli Talmor

Less is more it’s a scientific fact by Niro Sivanathan, Hemant Kakkar

Why Champagne’s female grape‐growers have reason to celebrate by Isabel Fernandez‐Mateo, Amandine Ody‐Brasier

Six compelling storylines to sell your innovation by Julian Birkinshaw

How to give critical feedback effectively by Selin Kesebir

Microsoft: instilling a growth mindset by Herminia Ibarra, Aneeta Rattan

Lessons from Huawei: when Chinese companies GO GLOBAL by David De Cremer

Thinking inside the box by Roger Wade

URL : https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/20571615/current

Courtesy : Wiley Online 


The Manchester School, Volume 86, Issue 6, December 2018


Labour Unions and Firm Productivity: Evidence from China by Chih‐Hai Yang, Meng‐Wen Tsou

Productivity Shocks in a Union‐Duopoly Model by António Brandão, Joana Pinho

Estimating a Bilateral J‐curve between the UK and the Euro Area by Nektarios A. Michail

Information Transmission across European Equity Markets During Crisis Periods by Jing Chen, David G. McMillan, Mike Buckle

The Effects of Language Skills on the Economic Assimilation of Female Immigrants in the United States by Mary Antonia Silles

Worker Morale and Effort: Is the Relationship Causal? by Wolter H. J. Hassink, Roberto M. Fernandez

URL : https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14679957/2018/86/6

Courtesy : Wiley Online 

The Review of Corporate Finance Studies, Volume 8, Issue 1, March 2019


Information: Hard and Soft by José María Liberti; Mitchell A Petersen

How Should a Firm Go Public? A Dynamic Model of the Choice between Fixed-Price Offerings and Auctions in IPOs and Privatizations by Thomas J Chemmanur; Mark H Liu

Inventory and Corporate Risk Management by Marco Bianco; Andrea Gamba

Optimal Security Design under Asymmetric Information and Profit Manipulation by Kostas Koufopoulos; Roman Kozhan; Giulio Trigilia

Is It Time to Get Rid of Earnings-per-Share (EPS)? by Heitor Almeida

Short-Termism and Capital Flows by Jesse M Fried; Charles C Y Wang

URL : https://academic.oup.com/rcfs/issue/8/1

Courtesy : Oxford University Press

The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Volume 134, Issue 1, February 2019


Firming Up Inequality by Jae Song; David J Price; Fatih Guvenen; Nicholas Bloom; Till von Wachter

The Price Ain’t Right? Hospital Prices and Health Spending on the Privately Insured by Zack Cooper; Stuart V Craig; Martin Gaynor; John Van Reenen

Regional Heterogeneity and the Refinancing Channel of Monetary Policy by Martin Beraja; Andreas Fuster; Erik Hurst; Joseph Vavra

Busting the “Princelings”: The Campaign Against Corruption in China’s Primary Land Market by Ting Chen; James Kai-sing Kung

The Macro Effects of Unemployment Benefit Extensions: a Measurement Error Approach by Gabriel Chodorow-Reich; John Coglianese; Loukas Karabarbounis

Moral Hazard: Experimental Evidence from Tenancy Contracts by Konrad B Burchardi; Selim Gulesci; Benedetta Lerva; Munshi Sulaiman

Consequences of the Clean Water Act and the Demand for Water Quality by David A Keiser; Joseph S Shapiro

Forward and Spot Exchange Rates in a Multi-Currency World by Tarek A Hassan; Rui C Mano

From Hyperinflation to Stable Prices: Argentina’s Evidence on Menu Cost Models by Fernando Alvarez; Martin Beraja; Martín Gonzalez-Rozada; Pablo Andrés Neumeyer

The Mission: Human Capital Transmission, Economic Persistence, and Culture in South America by Felipe Valencia Caicedo

URL : https://academic.oup.com/qje/issue/134/1

Courtesy  : Oxford University Press

World Development, Volume 115, March 2019

Regular Papers

Is foreign aid concentrated increasingly on needy and deserving recipient countries? An analysis of Theil indices, 1995–2015 by Frank Bickenbach, Asithandile Mbelu, Peter Nunnenkamp

Family structure, education and women’s employment in rural India by Sowmya Dhanaraj, Vidya Mahambare

Water as destiny – The long-term impacts of drought in sub-Saharan Africa by Marie Hyland, Jason Russ

Targeting of social transfers: Are India’s poor older people left behind? by Viola Asri

Unheard voices: The challenge of inducing women’s civic speech by Nethra Palaniswamy, Ramya Parthasarathy, Vijayendra Rao

Do patent rights matter? 40 years of innovation, complexity and productivity by Cassandra Sweet, Dalibor Eterovic

Information exchange links, knowledge exposure, and adoption of agricultural technologies in northern Uganda by Kelvin Mashisia Shikuku

Economic development and material use. Evidence from international panel data by Frank Pothen, Heinz Welsch

Enacting peasant moral community economies for sustainable livelihoods: A case of women-led cooperatives in rural Mexico by Jozelin María Soto Alarcón, Chizu Sato

Smallholder responses to climate anomalies in rural Uganda by Maia Call, Clark Gray, Pamela Jagger

Community-based welfare targeting and political elite capture: Evidence from rural China by Huawei Han, Qin Gao

Cross-subsidies for improved sanitation in low income settlements: Assessing the willingness to pay of water utility customers in Kenyan cities by Charisma Acey, Joyce Kisiangani, Patrick Ronoh, Caroline Delaire, … Rachel Peletz

Can differences in individual learning explain patterns of technology adoption? Evidence on heterogeneous learning patterns and hybrid rice adoption in Bihar, India by Jared Gars, Patrick S. Ward

Land certification and schooling in rural Ethiopia by Heather Congdon Fors, Kenneth Houngbedji, Annika Lindskog

Stacking up the ladder: A panel data analysis of Tanzanian household energy choices by Johanna Choumert-Nkolo, Pascale Combes Motel, Leonard Le Roux

Conservation, ecotourism, poverty, and income inequality – A case study of nature reserves in Qinling, China by Ben Ma, Zhen Cai, Jie Zheng, Yali Wen

Poverty and distributional effects of carbon pricing in low- and middle-income countries – A global comparative analysis by Ira Irina Dorband, Michael Jakob, Matthias Kalkuhl, Jan Christoph Steckel

Causal pathways of the productive impacts of cash transfers: Experimental evidence from Lesotho by Ervin Prifti, Silvio Daidone, Benjamin Davis

Exchange asymmetries in productive assets: Tools, fertilizer or cash? by Stein T. Holden, Sosina Bezu

Governing green industrialisation in Africa: Assessing key parameters for a sustainable socio-technical transition in the context of Ethiopia by Chukwumerije Okereke, Alexia Coke, Mulu Geebreyesus, Tsegaye Ginbo, … Yacob Mulugetta

Employment transitions of women in India: A panel analysis by Sudipa Sarkar, Soham Sahoo, Stephan Klasen

Developmental Reviews

Guaranteed employment or guaranteed income? by Martin Ravallion


Corrigendum to “Selecting the State or Choosing the Chief? The Political Determinants of Smallholder Land Titling” [World Development 100 (2017) 94–107] by Lauren Honig

URL : https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/vol/115/suppl/C

Courtesy : ScienceDirect

Research Policy, Vol.48, No.2, March 2019


  • Academic misconduct, misrepresentation and gaming: A reassessment by Mario Biagioli, Martin Kenney, Ben R. Martin, John P. Walsh
  • Towards a taxonomy of research misconduct: The case of business school research bJeremy Hall, Ben R. Martin
  • Scientific misconduct at an elite medical institute: The role of competing institutional logics and fragmented control by Christian Berggren, Solmaz Filiz Karabag
  • Pathogenic organization in science: Division of labor and retractions by John P. Walsh, You-Na Lee, Li Tang
  • A walk on the wild side: ‘Predatory’ journals and information asymmetries in scientific evaluations by Manuel Bagues, Mauro Sylos-Labini, Natalia Zinovyeva
  • Self-citations as strategic response to the use of metrics for career decisions by Marco Seeber, Mattia Cattaneo, Michele Meoli, Paolo Malighetti
  • The extent and causes of academic text recycling or ‘self-plagiarism’ by S.P.J.M.(Serge) Horbach, W.(Willem) Halffman
  • Is there a Peter Nijkamp effect?: A comment on The extent and causes of academic text recycling or ‘self-plagiarism’ by Serge Horbach and Willem Halffman by J.H.J. (Jasper) Lukkezen
  • Rejoinder to ‘Is there a Peter Nijkamp effect?’ by Jasper Lukkezen by S.P.J.M. Serge Horbach, W. Willem Halffman
  • Evaluating solutions to the problem of false positives by Thomas Gall, Zacharias Maniadis
  • Guilt by association: How scientific misconduct harms prior collaborators by Katrin Hussinger, Maikel Pellens

URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/research-policy/vol/48/issue/2

Courtesy: ScienceDirect

Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, Vol. 41, No. 1, March 2019


  • Opportunities and Challenges in Conducting Economic Research on Food Loss and Waste  by Brenna Ellison; Mary K Muth; Elise Golan
  • Demand for Household Food Waste  by Craig E Landry; Travis A Smith


  • Ethanol Plant Location and Land Use: A Case Study of CRP and the Ethanol Mandate  by Jennifer Ifft; Deepak Rajagopal; Ryan Weldzuis
  • What to Eat When Having a Millennial over for Dinner  by Kelsey L Conley; Jayson L Lusk
  • Retailer Proximity and Nutrition Program Redemptions: Evidence From the Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer For Children Program  by Jane Furey; Jacob Alex Klerman; Todd Grindal
  • I Will Give You My Vote but Not My Money: Preferences for Public versus Private Action in Addressing Social Issues  by Franklin Bailey Norwood; Glynn Tonsor; Jayson L Lusk
  • Measuring Food Expenditure Poverty in SNAP Populations: Some Extensions with an Application to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act  by Yanliang Yang; George C Davis; Wen You
  • Earnings and Disposable Income of Farmers in Sweden, 1997–2012  by Martin Nordin; Sören Höjgård

URL: https://academic.oup.com/aepp/issue/41/1

Courtesy: Oxford University Press