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101. Improving the Palestinian Authority’s Fiscal Outlook

102. A Gateway to Africa? Economic Opportunities in Israel-Morocco Relations

103. Demonstrations in Iran in Protest of the Sharp Rise in Prices of Basic Goods

104. Iraq-Gulf Relations: An Anchor for Stability and Restraining Iranian Involvement in the Region?

105. MF Dollars for Dictators? The Allocation of SDR to Moderate and Isolated Countries

106. World Economy Autumn 2022: Global growth falters

107. German Economy Summer 2022: Slowly progressing recovery

108. World economy in summer 2022: Inflation is curbing global growth

109. German Economy Spring 2022: Recovery at risk – Soaring Inflation

110. Social Capital And Its Changes In Armenia: Challenges and Expectations

111. The Impact of Demographic Factors in Consumer Purchasing Preferences in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence From Kosovo

112. Afghanistan Under Taliban: A new Regime Poses a Threat to International Stability

113. Evaluating Macroeconomic Factors And Their Influence on Economic Growth: Empirical Evidence From Western Balkan Economies

114. Assessing the Effects of Trade Liberalization With Third Countries: The Case of the Eurasian Economic Union

115. The Factors Influence Gross Domestic Product

116. Place-based policies and agglomeration economies: Firm-level evidence from Special Economic Zones in India

117. Who Lends to Africa and How? Introducing the Africa Debt Database

118. Exchanging Money for Love? A Regional Analysis of EU Cohesion Policy on Euroscepticism

120. The Sky is the Limit: The Azerbaijan-Israel-Türkiye Trio and the Greater Middle East

121. Peace treaty between Azerbaijan and Armenia: Who will economically win?

122. Eighth sanctions package: Which side will be the economic loser?

123. The economic impact of COVID-19 on Turkish-Azeri bilateral relations

124. Mexico Peace Index 2022: Identifying and measuring the factors that drive peace

125. Positive Peace Report 2022

126. Global Peace Index 2022

127. Crisis in Kazakhstan: Protests, Regime Stability, and Regional Security

128. Sanctioning Russia: Implications and Expectation

129. How Central Asia Became Part of the Developing World

130. Early warning: How Iraq can adapt to climate change

131. Survive and thrive: A European plan to support Ukraine in the long war against Russia

132. Tough trade: The hidden costs of economic coercion

133. Correlates of Politics and Economics: How Chinese Investment in Africa Changes Political Influence

134. Why Diagnostic Expectations Cannot Replace REH

135. Why Diagnostic Expectations Cannot Replace REH

136. After the Allocation: What Role for the Special Drawing Rights System?

137. An Economic Defense of Multiple Antitrust Goals: Reversing Income Inequality and Promoting Political Democracy

138. Investing in Innovation: A Policy Framework for Attaining Sustainable Prosperity in the United States

139. Government Deficits and Interest Rates: A Keynesian View

140. Setting the Record Straight on the Libertarian South African Economist W. H. Hutt and James M. Buchanan

141. Inflation in the Time of Corona and War

142. Working Paper Permanent Scars: The Effects of Wages on Productivity

143. Monetary Policy for the Climate? A Money View Perspective on Green Central Banking

144. China’s Development Path: Government, Business, and Globalization in an Innovating Economy

145. Inflation in the Time of Corona and War: The Plight of the Developing Economies

146. The Western Mediterranean Transport and Logistics Sector in the Post-Covid-19 Era: Seizing New Opportunities, Accelerating Transitions

147. Immaterial Competition: Rethinking the Roles of Economics and Technology in the US-China Rivalry

148. Understanding and Countering China's Approach to Economic Decoupling from the United States

149. State Right-to-Repair Laws Need to Respect Federal Copyright Laws: A Constitutional, Legal, and Policy Assessment

150. Chinese Information and Influence Warfare in Asia and the Pacific

151. A Rotten Money Regime is Responsible for Pandemic and War Inflation

152. The Mixed Record of China’s Belt and Road Initiative

153. US Needs to Play Larger Role as Swing Producer of Oil and Gas in the Current Crisis

154. US Reengagement with Pakistan: Ideas for Reviving an Important Relationship

155. Imperial Preference

156. Polanyi, Market Fundamentalism, and the Institutional Structure of Capitalism

157. Russia’s connectivity strategies in Eurasia: Politics over economy

158. China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Successful economic strategy or failed soft-power tool?

159. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

160. Rethinking EU economic governance: The foundation for an inclusive, green and digital transition

161. Mapping Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: An Overview

162. Japan and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)

163. Impact of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP): A Global Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Simulation

164. International Production Network in the Next Generation and the Role of RCEP

165. Potential Impact of RCEP and Structural Transformation on Cambodia

166. The Implications of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) for Asian Regional Architecture

167. Restrictiveness of RCEP Rules of Origin: Implications for Global Value Chains in East Asia

168. Centrality and Community: ASEAN in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

169. Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Economic Backgrounds of ASEAN and Its Dialogue Partners

170. Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, ASEAN’s Agency, and the Role of ASEAN Members in Shaping the Regional Economic Order

171. Trade Facilitation in RCEP Countries

172. Opportunities and Challenges for ASEAN and East Asia from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership on E-Commerce

173. Traditional Services Trade in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

174. The Investment Chapter in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership: Enhanced Rules without Enforcement Mechanism

175. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement and Europe: Impact and Implications

176. The Story of RCEP: History, Negotiations, Structure, and Future Directions

177. FDI Spillover Effects: Evidence from the Philippines

178. Prediction Errors of Macroeconomic Indicators and Economic Shocks for ASEAN Member States, 1990‒2021

179. Entry Mode Choice and Performance of Foreign Direct Investment Firms in Emerging Economies: Micro-evidence from Viet Nam

180. Projecting Infrastructure Needs and the Financing Mechanism: A Review of Estimations by ADB, McKinsey, and the OECD

181. Economic Integration of Venezuelan Immigrants in Colombia: A Policy Roadmap

182. Do Cash Transfers Deter Migration?

183. Healthier Firms for a Stronger Recovery: Policies to Support Business and Jobs in Latin America and the Caribbean

184. Beyond India’s Lockdown: PMGKY Benefits During the COVID-19 Crisis and the State of Digital Payments

185. Domestic Revenue Mobilization and Debt Relief: The Lack of Any Link

186. Embedding Human Rights in European and US China Policy

187. How Its War on Ukraine Killed Russia’s Hydrogen Ambitions

188. Russian Strategic Interest in Arctic Heats Up as Ice Melts

189. ASEAN’s Cambodian Stress Test

190. Cutting Putin’s Energy Rent: ‘Smart Sanctioning’ Russian Oil and Gas

191. Regional Diffusion of Foreign Demand Shocks Through Trade and Ownership Networks

192. Current Account Balances’ Divergence in the Euro Area: an Appraisal of the Underlying Forces

193. University Participatory Budgets. From Municipalities to Higher Education?

194. Social Credit System in the People’s Republic of China. Theoretical Assumption and Implementation

195. Turkish Influence in Sub-Saharan Africa

196. Biden Sees Oil as Key to His Visit, but Does Riyadh Agree?

197. How to Respond to China’s Growing Influence in the Gulf

198. Snapback Sanctions on Iran: More Bark Than Bite?

199. Changing Population Patterns Will Reshape the Middle East

200. Hamas at 35