The European Journal of Comparative Economics

Articles from Vol. 1, No. 2, December

Corporate and Public Governances in Transition: The Limits of Property Rights and the Significance of Legal Institutions
Abstract Post-socialist transition raises crucial issues about the institutional setting of a market economy. The priority has been given to property rights, and privatization has been advocated as a means to depoliticize economic activities. The...
Employment Performance and Convergence in the European Countries and Regions (1)
Abstract This paper analyzes the national and regional (NUTS-2) employment performance and convergence for various aggregations of 27 European countries (EU-25, plus Romania and Bulgaria), mainly using the three employment rates (total, female,...
Managerial Ownership and Corporate Performance in Slovenian Post-Privatisation Period
Abstract The Slovenian post-privatisation period has been characterised by a decline in the ownership by nonmanagerial owners (employees) and state-controlled funds. On the other hand, domestic and foreign nonfinancial firms, Privatisation Investment...
Measuring and Analyzing Poverty (with a Particular Reference to the Case of Nepal)
Abstract This paper makes an assessment of Nepalese poverty situation during 1977-1997 using a comparative static approach. Income and human poverty indices have been estimated using World Bank and UNDP methods, respectively. Moreover, it also makes...
Price and Income Elasticities of Russian Exports
Abstract The paper gauges export demand elasticities for Russia using an Error Correction technique within a cointegration framework. An extended version of the Imperfect Substitutes Model has been implemented to estimate the sensitivity of Russian...

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