The Empirical Economics Letters

A Monthly International Journal of Economics

ISSN 1681- 8997 

Indexed in EconLit and included in Cabell’s Directory



Volume 9          Number 9        September  2010


Saten Kumar

Panel Data Estimates of the Demand for Money in the Pacific Island Countries



Jung-Hsien Chang and Mao-Wei Hung

Estimating Time-varying Hedging in the Futures Market with the Non-Parametric Approach



Ahmad Zafarullah Abdul Jalil

Effects of Decentralization on Macroeconomic Instability: Importance of Political and Institutional Factors



Ali Bahri

Multiple Structural Changes - Univariate and Multivariate Models: Theoretical Study and Application on the Demand for Money



Tzung-Yuan Hsieh, Chiou-Fa Lin and Ying-Jun Chen

Asymmetric Price Transmission in Two Chinese Stock Markets: The Case of A- and B-Shares



Ferran Sancho

Total Fiscal Cost of Indirect Taxation: An Input-output Approximation for Catalonia



Misericordia Carles,  Maria Llop,  Belén López, María José Pérez and Jordi Sardŕ

Economic Impact of a Healthcare Institution: An Input-Output Model



Sheng-Chieh Pan, Tsair-Yuan Huang and Po-Chin Wu

Uncertainty, Hedging and Investment: Evidence from Taiwanese Shipping Firms



Sacit Hadi Akdede and Douglas J. Hodgson

Are Cinema and Theater Complements or Substitutes? An Aggregated Analysis of Turkish Cities



Jens J. Krüger

Optimal Discrete Prediction in Binary Response Models under Asymmetric Loss



Yen Hsien Lee and Chiung Chiao Chang

Measuring Hedge Effectiveness using Stock Futures or Exchange Traded Funds Hedging Instruments





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