JGE Volume 3: Autumn 2021

DATE: 2021-12-07

        The third volume of the Journal of Government and Economics (JGE) was released in autumn 2021, with articles covering a wide range of topics. Nobel laureate Michael Spence writes on the opportunities and challenges of the digital economy and the role of government in ensuring its sound development. Michael D. Bordo and John V. Duca examine the successes and potential risks of the Fed's new credit policy tools during the COVID-19 recession. Randall G. Holcombe explains how voters form their expressive preferences and how these are shaped by elites. Adedoyin Babajide, Ahmad Hassan Ahmad, and Simeon Coleman investigate the impacts of conflicts on state-capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa, both of which have significant implications for economic development. Finally, Fernando De la Cruz Prego explores the effects of investment in human capital during Bolivia's industrialization process. As always, all articles are open access and can be found through the links below.


Government and economics in the digital economy

Michael Spence

An overview of the Fed's new credit policy tools and their cushioning effect on the COVID-19 recession

Michael D. Bordo, John V. Duca

Elite Influence on General Political Preferences

Randall G. Holcombe

Violent conflicts and state capacity: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa

Adedoyin Babajide, Ahmad Hassan Ahmad, Simeon Coleman

Human capital and industrialization in Bolivia

Fernando De la Cruz Prego

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