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ISSN: 0014-2921

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European Economic Review is a journal indexed in SJR in Economics and Econometrics and Finance with an H index of 122. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,421 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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Best articles

A comparison of the cost of trading French shares on the Paris Bourse and on SEAQ International

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A dynamic contracting model for wages and employment in three European economies

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A federal voting mechanism to solve the fiscal-externality problem

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Adjustable pegs vs. single currencies: How valuable is the option to realign?

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Aggregable price-taking firms

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An incentive approach to land set-aside programs

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Annual report 1996

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Are countries with official international restrictions 'liquidity constrained'?

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Asymmetric information as a commitment in oligopoly

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Boom in, bust out: Young households and the housing price cycle

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Can supply create its own demand? Implications for rising skill differentials

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Competition increases x-efficiency: A limited liability mechanism

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Conflict generating product price changes: The imputed output approach

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Corporatism, labor unions and the safety net

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Courts, contracts, and interference

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Currency hedging and goods trade

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Decentralized income redistribution and immigration

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Describability and agency problems

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Discrimination and open unemployment in a segmented labour market

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Distributive implications of European integration

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Economic growth with standardized contracts

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Economic incentives and international trade

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Economic justice: The central question

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Endogenous, imperfectly competitive business cycles

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