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December 2014 release

Labour markets in the Arab world
by Ragui Assaad, University of Minnesota, USA
Business politics in the Gulf
by Steffen Hertog, London School of Economics, UK
Rebound effects
by Kenneth Gillingham, Yale University, USA
Female labour force participation: persistence and evolution
by Paola Giuliano, University of California Los Angeles, USA

September 2014 release

Infrastructure and growth by César Calderón and Luis Servén, The World Bank, USA
Infrastructure and inequality by César Calderón and Luis Servén, The World Bank, USA
Oil and politics in the Gulf: Kuwait and Qatar by Jill Crystal, Auburn University, USA
Robert J. Shiller by Esther-Mirjam Sent, Radboud University, The Netherlands
Germany in the Euro area crisis by Daniela Schwarzer, Director of the European Programme, The German Marshall Fund, USA
Genuine economic and monetary union by Iain Begg, London School of Economics, UK

July 2014 release

Cryptocurrency by Eli Dourado and Jerry Brito, George Mason University, USA
China's one child policy by Lisa Cameron, Monash University, Australia and Xin Meng, Australian National University, Australia
Stability and growth pact of the European Union by Martin Larch, European Commission, Belgium and Lars Jonung, Lund University, Sweden
Lars Peter Hansen by Esther-Mirjam Sent, Radboud University, The Netherlands
Pension systems: principles, debates and analytical errors by Nicholas Barr, London School of Economics and Political Sciences, UK

April 2014 release

European Union (EU) research and experimental development (R&D) policy by Henri Delanghe, The European Commission, Belgium
Research and experimental development (R&D) and technological innovation policy by Henri Delanghe and Ugur Muldur, both at The European Commission, Belgium
History and comparative development by Louis Putterman, Brown University, USA

Arab Spring special feature: economic profiles of the following countries:

Algeria
Egypt
Jordan
Libya
Oman
Syria
Tunisia
Yemen

Revised article: Dale T. Mortensen by Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA