New Acquisitions List (Periodicals) – September 2017

The Econometrics Journal

Volume 20, Number 1 – 2017


  • Testing for changes in (extreme) VaR / Yannick Hoga. pp. 23–51
  • Model-selection tests for conditional moment restriction models / Yu-Chin Hsu and Xiaoxia Shi. pp. 52–85)
  • Change point tests in functional factor models with application to yield curves /  Patrick Bardsley, et al.pp. 86–117
  • Nonparametric regression with nearly integrated regressors under long-run dependence / Zongwu Cai, Bingyi Jing, Xinbing Kong and Zhi Liu. pp. 118–138


Environment and Development Economics

Volume 126 Part 3 – June 2017


  • Explaining environmental health behaviors: evidence from rural India on the influence of discount rates / Stibniati S. Atmadja. Pp. 229-248
  • Technological innovation, social learning and natural hazard mitigation: evidence on earthquake fatalities / Qing Miao. pp. 249-273
  • Environmental vs hedonic quality: which policy can help in lowering pollution emissions? / Andrea Mantovani and Cecilia Vergari. pp. 274-304
  • Land tenure security and technical efficiency: new insights from a case study in Northwest China / Xianlei Ma, et al. pp. 305
  • The livelihood impacts of the Equitable Payments for Watershed Services (EPWS) Program in Morogoro, Tanzania / Emmanuel J. Kwayu, Jouni Paavola And Susannah M. Sallu. pp. 328-349

Health Economics

Volume 26 Number 8 – August 2017


  • The rise and fall in out-of-pocket costs in Australia: An analysis of the strengthening medicare reforms / C. Y. Wong, J. Greene, X. Dolja-Gore and K. van Gool. pp. 962
  • The influence of school nutrition programs on the weight of low-income children: A treatment effect analysis / K. Capogrossi and W. You. pp. 980
  • The effects of prenatal care utilization on maternal health and health behaviors / J. Yan. pp. 1001
  • Cigarette taxes, smoking—and exercise? / K. S. Conway and D. P. Niles. pp. 1019
  • Does it pay to penalize hospitals for excess readmissions? Intended and unintended consequences of medicare’s hospital readmissions reductions program / J. Mellor, M. Daly and M. Smith. pp. 1037
  • Measuring socioeconomic inequality in obesity: Looking beyond the obesity threshold: M. Bilger, E. J. Kruger and E. A. Finkelstein. pp. 1052
  • U.S. demand for tobacco products in a system framework / Y. Zheng, C. Zhen, D. Dench and J. M. Nonnemaker. pp. 1067

Health Affairs

Volume 36 Number  7 – July 2016


  • Epidemiology And Patterns Of Care At The End Of Life: Rising Complexity, Shifts In Care Patterns And Sites Of Death / Melissa D. Aldridge and Elizabeth H. Bradley. pp. 1175-1183
  • A National Profile Of End-Of-Life Caregiving In The United States / Katherine A. Ornstein, et. al. pp. 1184-1192
  • Medicare Beneficiaries With Advanced Lung Cancer Experience Diverse Patterns Of Care From Diagnosis To Death / Megan S. Schuler, et al. pp. 1193-1200
  • Analysis Of End-Of-Life Care, Out-Of-Pocket Spending, And Place Of Death In 16 European Countries And Israel / Martina Orlovic, Joachim Marti, and Elias Mossialos. pp. 1201-1210
  • End-Of-Life Medical Spending In Last Twelve Months Of Life Is Lower Than Previously Reported / Eric B. French, et al. pp. 1211-1217
  • Disparities In Cancer Care And Costs At The End Of Life: Evidence From England’s National Health Service / Brendan Walsh and Mauro Laudicella. pp. 1218-1226
  • Challenges Of Measuring Quality Of Community-Based Programs For Seriously Ill Individuals And Their Families / Joan M. Teno, Rebecca Anhang Price, and Lena K. Makaroun. pp. 1227-1233
  • Applying Quality Indicators For Administrative Databases To Evaluate End-Of-Life Care For Cancer Patients In Belgium / Robrecht De Schreye, et al. pp. 1234-1243
  • Approximately One In Three US Adults Completes Any Type Of Advance Directive For End-Of-Life Care / Kuldeep N. Yadav, et al. pp. 1244-1251
  • Challenges In Understanding And Respecting Patients’ Preferences / Amber E. Barnato. pp. 1252-1257
  • A Systematic Intervention To Improve Serious Illness Communication In Primary Care / Joshua R. Lakin, et al. pp. 1258-1264
  • A National Strategy For Palliative Care / Diane E. Meier, et al.
  • Increasing Veterans’ Hospice Use: The Veterans Health Administration’s Focus On Improving End-Of-Life Care / Susan C. Miller, et al. pp. 1274-1282
  • Black And Hispanic Patients Receive Hospice Care Similar To That Of White Patients When In The Same Hospices / Rebecca Anhang Price, et al.pp. 1283-1290
  • A Positive Association Between Hospice Profit Margin And The Rate At Which Patients Are Discharged Before Death / Rachel Dolin, et al. pp. 1291-1298
  • CMS Strategies To Reduce Antipsychotic Drug Use In Nursing Home Patients With Dementia Show Some Progress / Judith A. Lucas and John R. Bowblis.  pp. 1299-1308
  • High-Cost Dual Eligibles’ Service Use Demonstrates The Need For Supportive And Palliative Models Of Care / Julie P. W. Bynum, et al. pp. 1309-1317
  • Getting It Right At The End Of Life / Dina Keller Moss. pp. 1336-1339
    Foundation Funding For Palliative And End-Of-Life Care / Lee L. Prina. pp. 1340-1342

Lahore Journal of Economics

Volume 26, Number 7 – Jan-July 2017


  • The Statistical Value of Injury Risk in Pakistan’s Construction and Manufacturing Sectors / Ahmad Mujtaba Khan and Asma Hyder.pp. 1-18
  • Agglomeration and Firm Turnover in Punjab / Marjan Nasir. pp. 19-36
  • Corporate Financial Leverage, Asset Utilization and Nonperforming Loans in Pakistan / Ijaz Hussain pp. 37-70
  • Is There a Causal Relationship Between Financial Markets in Asia and the US? / Amalendu Bhunia and Devrim Yaman. pp. 71-90
  • The Impact of Rural Electrification on Education: A Case Study from Peru / Julio Aguirre. pp. 91-108
  • Deprivation Counts: An Assessment of Energy Poverty in Pakistan / Rafat Mahmood and Anwar Shah. pp. 109-132


Quantitative Economics

Volume 8, Issue 1, March 2017


  • Inference for subvectors and other functions of partially identified parameters inmoment inequalitymodels / Federico A. Bugni, Ivan A. Canay, and Xiaoxia Shi.pp. 1-38
  • Measuring segregation on small units: A partial identification analysis / Xavier D’Haultfoeuille and Roland Rathelot.pp. 39-74
  • On financing retirement with an aging population / Ellen R. McGrattan and Edward C. Prescott. pp. 75
  • A nonlinear certainty equivalent approximation method for dynamic stochastic problems / Yongyang Cai,
  • Kenneth Judd, and Jevgenijs Steinbuks.pp. 117-148
  • Testing for fundamental vector moving average representations / Bin Chen, Jinho Choi, and Juan Carlos Escanciano. pp. 149-180
  • Ascending auctions with bidder asymmetries / Dominic Coey, Bradley Larsen, Kane Sweeney, and Caio Waisman.pp. 181-200
  • A note on identifying heterogeneous sharing rules / Pierre-André Chiappori and Ju Hyun Kim. pp. 201-218
  • Testing ambiguity theories with amean-preserving design / Chun-Lei Yang and Lan Yao.pp. 219-238
  • Who is sitting next to you? Peer effects inside the classroom / Sok Chul Hong and Jungmin Lee. pp. 239-276
  • Do siblings free-ride in “being there” for parents? / Shiko Maruyama and Meliyanni Johar.pp. 277


Review of World Economics

Volume 153 Number 2 – 2017


  • Israel’s open-secret trade / Lorenzo Rotunno, Pierre-Louis Vézina. pp. 233-248
  • The role of direct flights in trade costs / Demet Yilmazkuday, Hakan Yilmazkuday. pp. 249-270
  • Export survival and the dynamics of experience / Céline Carrère, Vanessa Strauss-Kahn. pp. 271-300
  • The reverse home-market effect in exports: a cross-country study of the extensive margin of exports / Hege Medin. pp. 301-325
  • Explaining the size differences of exporter premia: theory and evidence / Ingo Geishecker, Philipp J. H. Schröder, Allan Sørensen. pp. 327-351
  • The demand for foreign workers by foreign firms: evidence from Africa / Nicola D. Coniglio, Rezart Hoxhaj, Adnan Seric. pp. 353-384
  • Assessing aggregate reallocation effects with heterogeneous inputs, and evidence across countries / pp. 385-410
  • Surges and stops in greenfield and M&A FDI flows to developing countries: analysis by mode of entry / Martijn J. Burger, Elena I. Ianchovichina.pp. 411-432


Theoretical Economics

Volume 12 Number 1 – January 2017


  • Job security, stability, and production efficiency / Hu Fu, et al.pp. 1-24
  • A unifying approach to incentive compatibility in moral hazard problems / René Kirkegaard.pp. 25-52
  • Auction design without quasilinear preferences / Brian Baisa.pp. 53-78
  • On the existence of approximate equilibria and sharing rule solutions in discontinuous games / Philippe Bich and Rida Laraki.pp. 79-108
  • Dynamic contracting: An irrelevance theorem / Péter Es ˝o and Balázs Szentes.pp. 109-140
  • Monopolistic nonlinear pricing with consumer entry / Lixin Ye and Chenglin Zhang.pp. 141-174
  • Directives, expressives, and motivation / Toru Suzuki.pp. 175-210
  • Sequential voting and agenda manipulation / Salvador Barberà and Anke Gerber.pp. 211-248
  • Repeated Nash implementation / Claudio Mezzetti and Ludovic Renou.pp. 249-286
  • Incentive compatible allocation and exchange of discrete resources / Marek Pycia and M. Utku Ünver.pp. 287-330
  • How do you defend a network? / Marcin Dziubi ´ nski and Sanjeev Goyal.pp. 331-376
  • Allais, Ellsberg, and preferences for hedging / Mark Dean and Pietro Ortoleva.pp. 377-424
  • Career concerns with exponential learning / Alessandro Bonatti and Johannes Hörner.pp. 425-475


Transnational Corporations

Volume 23 Number 2 – 2017


  • Has outward foreign direct investment contributed to the development of the Chinese economy? / by Jan Knoerich. pp. 1-48
  • Understanding South Africa’s 49 current account deficit: The role of foreign direct investment income / by Ilan Strauss. pp. 49-80
  • ASEAN Investment Report 2015: 81 Infrastructure investment and connectivity / by UNCTAD. pp81-100