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Andrew Oswald - Academic Interests
... lists his research areas as Applied Economics and Quantitative Social Science ... His main research recently has been on the economic and social determinants of happiness and mental health ... His first journal article on the economics of happiness was published in 1994 in the Economic Journal (on unhappiness and unemployment, jointly written ...
The Economic Journal - Further Reading - Founder Members and Editors
... Cairncross, Alec, ‘Austin Robinson’, The Economic Journal, vol ... Collet, Clara, ‘Herbert Somerton Foxwell’, The Economic Journal, vol ... Charles, ‘Obituary Henry Higgs’, The Economic Journal, vol ...
Hong Kong Economic Journal - The History, The Changes, and The Founder
... The Hong Kong Economic Journal was founded by Lam Shan-muk (林山木) (brother-in-law of Felix Lok Ying-kwan (駱應鈞 pinyin Luò YìngJūn)), commonly known by his pen name 林行止 (Lam Hang Chi ... Together they saw the possibility of developing an economic journal for the Hong Kong public in the early 70s (though some say that it was Lok Yau-Mui ((駱友梅)(sister of Felix Lok Ying-kwan ... Today the Journal is run by its current director Cho Chi-ming (曹志明 pen name 曹仁超, Yan Chiu), who writes a daily editorial column called "Inves ...
Richard M. Goodwin - Major Articles
... Econometrica "Innovations and the Irregularity of Economics Cycles", 1946, Review of Economics and Statistics "Dynamic Coupling with Especial Reference to Markets Having. 1949, Econometrica "The Multiplier as a Matrix", 1949, Economic Journal "A Nonlinear Theory of the Cycle", 1950, Review of Economic Studies "Does the ... Schwatz, editors, A Critique of Economic Theory "A Note on Wage, Profits and Fluctuating Growth Rate", 1983, Cambridge Journal of Economics "Disaggregating Models of ...

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