It is an immense pleasure to announce that the Special Issue of International Economics is now online:
The European Economy in the Time of COVID-19: Towards a New Dawn, https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/international-economics/special-issue/10TMZXX625C, February 2023.
I would like to thank my two guest co-editor Amélie Barbier-Gauchard and Samuel Ligonnière for their priceless help. I also thank the authors for their excellent submissions and the referees for all their precious work!
The following papers are freely available for 50 days:
|Firm-level policy support during the crisis: So far, so good?
|van der Wielen Wouter
|Are there any robust determinants of growth in Europe? A Bayesian Model Averaging approach
|The relationship between shipping freight rates and inflation in the Euro Area
|Melas Konstantinos D.
|Inflation and unemployment, new insights during the EMU accession
|To consolidate or not to consolidate? A multi-step analysis to assess needed fiscal sustainability
|Making the EU cohesion policy work to support exports at time of Covid-19: Evidence on the Italian regions
|This time is different: Fiscal response to the COVID-19 pandemic among EU countries
|Stock Market Response to Covid-19, Containment Measures and Stabilization Policies – The Case of Europe
|Insights into CO2 emissions in Europe in the context of COVID-19: A panel data analysis
|ECB unconventional monetary policy and volatile bank flows: Spillover effects on emerging market economies
|Government Debt Deleveraging in the EMU
|Cole Alexandre Lucas
|The European Economy in the Time of Covid-19: Towards a New Dawn?