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Economic Change and Restructuring

Empirical and Policy Research on the Transitional and Emerging Economies

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Health gap between developed and developing countries: Does globalization matter?

Whilst there is a rich body of literature linking globalization with economic disparities between rich and poor nations, there is very little situated understanding of causal links, if any, between globalization and health gaps between nations.


Bankruptcy profile of the Islamic and conventional banks in Malaysia: a post-crisis period analysis

This study identified that accounting for endogeneity in bankruptcy forecasting models have been widely over-sighted. This study used Altman’s bankruptcy forecasting model to examine bankruptcy rates of the Islamic and conventional banks in …


Is there a J-curve effect in Tunisia’s bilateral trade with her partners? New evidence from asymmetry analysis

Recently a new direction on the relation between the exchange rate and the trade balance has emerged where the emphasis is on application of asymmetry analysis and nonlinear models. Whereas, the linear models have failed to provide strong support …


Heavily indebted poor countries initiative (HIPC), debt relief, economic stability and economic growth in Africa

Stabilization seeks to achieve internal and external equilibrium that is, to control the demand side of the economy, with the purpose of reducing size of government, inflation and quickly achieving a sustainable balance of payment position. In …


Human capital, financial sector development and inclusive growth in sub-Saharan Africa

This paper examines the role of financial development in the human capital-growth relationship. The core activity of this study involves the use of different measures of human capital (school enrolment and total factor productivity) in the …

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Economic Change and Restructuring (formerly "Economics of Planning") publishes cutting-edge research, both theoretical and empirical, on all economic and policy aspects of transitional and emerging economies. In addition to high quality contributions on economic modeling, the journal discusses innovative approaches for economic analysis and policymaking for the development and integration of economies under transition. A partial list of topics includes macroeconomic analysis, fiscal issues, finance and banking, industrial and trade development, and regional and local development issues. The journal aspires to serve as a forum for economists and policymakers working in these fields.

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