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17.09.2018 | Original Article

Welfare Cost of Inflation: Evidence from India

In this paper, we estimate the welfare cost of inflation (WCI) to understand how costly anticipated inflation is in India. The WCI is estimated both in partial and general equilibrium framework using consumer surplus and compensating variation …

17.09.2018 | Original Article

Evaluation of the Survey of Professional Forecasters in the Greenbook’s Loss Function

We aim to find a forecast in the Survey of Professional Forecasters (SPF) that is closest to the Greenbook forecast of the Federal Reserve Board. To do it, we look for an SPF cross-sectional percentile that is not encompassed by the Greenbook …

21.08.2018 | Original Article

Socio-economic Determinants of Multidimensional Poverty in Rural West Bengal: A Household Level Analysis

The present study tries to estimate the incidence, depth and severity of multidimensional poverty (MDP) along with the contributions of dimensions to MDP among the rural households using multi-stage random sampling method in West Bengal. We …

18.08.2018 | Original Article

Local Leadership and Public Good: Evidence from The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme in India

The National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is unique in combining self-selection of beneficiaries through demand for work and decentralization of administrative power at the local level. However it falls into a pitfall associated with the …

29.06.2018 | Original Article

An Empirical Investigation of Twin Deficits Hypothesis: Evidence from India

The paper empirically examines the relationship between fiscal deficit and current account deficit in India for the period from 1970–1971 to 2013–2014. The Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) bounds testing approach is employed to analyze the …

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The Journal of Quantitative Economics was established in 1983 as the official journal of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES) to promote research in the broad areas of Econometrics and Mathematical Economics. From the inception, the journal has had several illustrious scholars such as Kaushik Basu, K.L. Krishna, A.L. Nagar, C.R. Rao, Amartya Sen, T.N. Srinivasan on its editorial board. The journal continues to provide a forum for economists, mathematicians and statisticians to publish quantitative papers in all subfields of Economics, with a special focus on less developed countries.

JQEC covers economic theory and theoretical and applied econometrics, with special focus on quantitative applications to less developed countries. It publishes quantitative papers with basic or applied research orientation in all sub-fields of economics that employ rigorous theoretical, empirical and experimental methods. The journal also encourages short papers and review articles and in particular innovative and fundamental papers that focus on various facets of economics of the emerging market and developing economies. With the help of an international editorial board and carefully selected referees, it aims to minimize the time taken to complete the review process while preserving the quality of the articles published.

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