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  1. The Kuwaiti economy is characterized by two major structural imbalances—heavy dependence on oil production and dominance of the public ownership. Kuwait has struggled over the years to implement a two-pronged ...

    Authors: Ayele Gelan, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings and Ahmad Alawadhi
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:15
  2. In this paper, we use the Domar aggregation approach to study the evolution of Brazil’s productivity growth from 2000 to 2014, thus allowing us a disaggregated assessment of the issue. We found that the Brazil...

    Authors: Theo Santini and Ricardo Azevedo Araujo
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:14
  3. In the article, we propose a comprehensive methodology of value chain analysis in the international input–output framework that introduces a new measure of value chain participation and an extended typology of...

    Authors: Klemen Knez, Andreja Jaklič and Metka Stare
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:13
  4. This paper proposes a new approach to the regionalization of national input–output tables where suitable regional data are scarce and analysts are considering using location quotients (LQs). We focus on the FL...

    Authors: Anthony T. Flegg, Guiseppe R. Lamonica, Francesco M. Chelli, Maria C. Recchioni and Timo Tohmo
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:12

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:19

  5. This paper presents a methodology to integrate cost–benefit analysis and SAM-CGE-based impact evaluation. While the two types of analysis have developed in parallel and without a clear connection, there is gro...

    Authors: Pasquale Lucio Scandizzo
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:10
  6. This article seeks to verify the extent to which the formulation of two-dimensional location quotients (2D-LQ) entails a methodological advance in building or generating economic accounts related to sub-territ...

    Authors: Xesús Pereira-López, Napoleón Guillermo Sánchez-Chóez and Melchor Fernández-Fernández
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:7
  7. Extending the technique of unit structure analysis, which was originally developed by Ozaki (J Econ 73(5):720–748, 1980), this study introduces a method of value chain mapping that uses international input–out...

    Authors: Ikuo Kuroiwa
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:6
  8. Supporting ecological innovations and economic activities which lead to environmental protection is one of the important challenges to decision-makers. The above is related to the problem of specification of m...

    Authors: Agnieszka Lipieta and Andrzej Malawski
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:4
  9. In this study, a village input–output table (VIOT) is built from household survey data from a rural village in a developing country to capture the interdependency between households through their transactions ...

    Authors: Soulixay Hongsakhone, Moinul Islam and Masaru Ichihashi
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2021 10:1
  10. Empirical evidence on the effect of public debt on the economic growth of a country remains ambiguous. No theoretical convergence on the respective nexus has been attained. For the case of Uganda in particular...

    Authors: Richard Ssempala, Kurayish Ssebulime and Enoch Twinoburyo
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:48
  11. This study examines the Turkish experience of export-oriented industrialization by emphasizing its linkage to previous capital accumulation model and developments and by the evolution of political and economic...

    Authors: Deniz Güvercin
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:46
  12. This paper investigates the potential economic effect of ‘Indo-Pacific’ regional economic cooperation and compares with the extended CPTPP. The Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) results show that the quadri...

    Authors: Mohammad Masudur Rahman, Chanwahn Kim and Prabir De
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:45
  13. There are many reports on investigating the influences of institutional factors and Piketty’s Hypothesis on income inequality; nonetheless, the inequality effects of both factors are seemingly investigated sep...

    Authors: Ali Sarkhosh-Sara, Khadije Nasrollahi, Karim Azarbayjani and Rasul Bakhshi Dastjerdi
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:44
  14. The study examines the relationship between growth–inequality–poverty (GIP) triangle and crime rate under the premises of inverted U-shaped Kuznets curve and pro-poor growth scenario in a panel of 16 diversifi...

    Authors: Muhammad Khalid Anser, Zahid Yousaf, Abdelmohsen A. Nassani, Saad M. Alotaibi, Ahmad Kabbani and Khalid Zaman
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:43
  15. We use the recently created monthly Interest Rate Uncertainty measure, to investigate monetary policy uncertainty across the US, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, UK, Japan, Canada, and Sweden in both the time an...

    Authors: Rangan Gupta, Chi Keung Marco Lau, Jacobus A. Nel and Xin Sheng
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:41
  16. What is the nexus between sustainability and openness? This study employs econometric methods to estimate a neoclassical growth model, considering brown and green growth as two pillars of sustainability, in te...

    Authors: Jalil Khodaparast Shirazi, Vahid Mohamad Taghvaee, Mohamad Nasiri and Abbas Assari Arani
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:40
  17. In Uganda’s development aspiration “VISION 2040”, Uganda aspires to transform its society from a peasant to a modern and prosperous middle-income country by 2040, with per capita income of USD 9, 567. To attai...

    Authors: Vivian Nagawa, Francis Wasswa and Edward Bbaale
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:39
  18. The highly competitive and mature food industry has long been process innovation-oriented while largely neglecting product/technological innovation. However, recent innovation debates have raised two issues. F...

    Authors: Tohru Yoshioka-Kobayashi, Tomofumi Miyanoshita and Daisuke Kanama
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:34
  19. There are increasing numbers of published articles in the field of input–output analysis and modelling that use the GTAP input–output database; particularly, in relation to the estimation of carbon, energy and...

    Authors: José M. Rueda-Cantuche, Tamas Revesz, Antonio F. Amores, Agustín Velázquez, Marian Mraz, Emanuele Ferrari, Alfredo J. Mainar-Causapé, Letizia Montinari and Bert Saveyn
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:33
  20. Sustainable livelihood has been a focal point in many development initiatives by private and public sectors in most African countries. However artisanal fishers in the main lakes of Africa are faced with sever...

    Authors: Eliaza Mkuna, Lloyd Baiyegunhi and Wiktor Adamus
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:32
  21. The impact of the crisis in the Greek economy was not uniform among the regions, threatening socioeconomic cohesion. In this paper, we explore the concept of the income multiplier in a multi-regional input–out...

    Authors: Eduardo Amaral Haddad, Natalia Cotarelli, Thiago Cavalcante Simonato, Vinicius Almeida Vale and Jaqueline Coelho Visentin
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:31
  22. Interventions on climate change adaptation strategies, involve capital outlays, mostly constrained in supply in developing nations. This study analysed the impact of credit constraints on climate change adapta...

    Authors: T. O. Ojo and L. J. S. Baiyegunhi
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:28
  23. There is a long debate among policymakers and academicians regarding whether assessments of international financial integration have significant growth benefits and whether such benefits compensate for the acc...

    Authors: Md Arif-Ur-Rahman and Kazuo Inaba
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:25
  24. Technical inefficiency persists in Ghana’s cocoa farms. Farm-level guidelines from empirical studies are essential to inform programmes dealing with this challenge and subsequently improves farmers’ welfare. T...

    Authors: Gideon Danso-Abbeam and Lloyd J. S. Baiyegunhi
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:23
  25. Understanding the motivation that smallholders have for working and earning their livelihood is critical in enhancing the effectiveness of agricultural policies. This is especially important in a country like ...

    Authors: U. Chipfupa and E. Wale
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:22
  26. This study explores the dynamic effects of different oil shocks on real exchange rates in net oil importers and exporters. Specifically, the connectedness measures are combined with the structural vector autor...

    Authors: Qiang Ji, Syed Jawad Hussain Shahzad, Elie Bouri and Muhammad Tahir Suleman
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2020 9:20