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Empirical Economics

Journal of the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, Austria

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02.06.2020

Evidence on PPP with China along the belt and road using the three-regime TAR cointegration tests

The Chinese Government has proposed the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ (BRI) in order to increase trade flows and economic prosperity among the Belt and Road (BR) member countries. The BRI may call for enlargement of economic cooperation as manifested …

02.06.2020

Using the conditional volatility channel to improve the accuracy of aggregate equity return predictions

In a recent study, Maheu et al. (Int J Forecast 36: 570–587, 2020) suggest a predictive regression model, where besides the conditional mean, the lagged value of the predictor of interest can also impact the dependent variable through the …

01.06.2020

Cost of CO2 emission mitigation and its decomposition: evidence from coal-fired thermal power sector in India

We estimate carbon mitigation cost (CMC) and the factors determining change in CMC using environmental production function. The CMC index is defined as the ratio of maximum production of electricity under unregulated and regulated production …

26.05.2020 Open Access

Revisiting the nexus of the financial development and economic development: new international evidence using a wavelet approach

This study investigates Granger causality and instantaneous causality between financial development and economic development for 76 economies of four different income levels. The main novelty of the study is that it fills a gap in existing studies …

22.05.2020

Return and volatility spillovers to African equity markets and their determinants

The main goal of this study is to examine how international and regional shocks are transmitted to African equity markets using a network methodology introduced and developed by Diebold and Yilmaz (Econ J 119:158–171, 2009; Int J Forecast …

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Empirical Economics publishes high quality papers using econometric or statistical methods to fill the gap between economic theory and observed data. Papers explore such topics as estimation of established relationships between economic variables, testing of hypotheses derived from economic theory, treatment effect estimation, policy evaluation, simulation, forecasting, as well as econometric methods and measurement.

Empirical Economics emphasizes the replicability of empirical results. Replication studies of important results in the literature - both positive and negative results - may be published as short papers in Empirical Economics. Authors of all accepted papers and replications are required to submit all data and codes prior to publication (for more details, see: Instructions for Authors).

The journal follows a single blind review procedure. In order to ensure the high quality of the journal and an efficient editorial process, a substantial number of submissions that have very poor chances of receiving positive reviews are routinely rejected without sending the papers for review.

Officially cited as: Empir Econ


Journal Impact Factor 2015: 0.614
5-year Impact Factor: 0.819

Factor (RePEc): 5.836 (July 2016)
Rank 153 of 1662 journals listed in RePEc

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