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  1. The contention that “inclusive” institutions are the deep determinants of economic growth remains unsatisfactory. This paper develops an alternative theoretical and empirical case that economic structures are ...

    Authors: Collin Constantine
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2017 6:2
  2. As the economic importance of tourism increases, it is important to consider the effects that tourism has on the environment in the affected regions of the country. In our study, we selected two popular touris...

    Authors: Makiko Tsukui, Takumi Ichikawa and Masaru Kagatsume
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2017 6:1
  3. Metal extraction and smelting cause considerable impacts on the environment. Consumption-based impact accounting highlights the responsibility of metal-consuming industries for the impacts and may drive a syst...

    Authors: Hajime Ohno, Kazuyo Matsubae, Kenichi Nakajima, Keisuke Nansai, Yasuhiro Fukushima and Tetsuya Nagasaka
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:28
  4. We develop an interregional computable general equilibrium model to help assess the ex ante impact of transportation infrastructure policies in Egypt. The model is integrated with a GIS network. We illustrate ...

    Authors: Eduardo Amaral Haddad, Michael L. Lahr, Dina N. Elshahawany and Moisés Vassallo
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:25
  5. This paper deals with the challenges associated with the generation of a social accounting matrix (SAM) in conditions where up-to-date measured data are particularly scarce and provides future researchers of e...

    Authors: Dario Debowicz
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:24
  6. The aim of this research is to introduce a multiregional social accounting matrix (SAM) in Japan evaluating the regional and interregional spillover effects of economic impacts and to show the impact flows of ...

    Authors: Hidekazu Itoh
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:22

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:23

  7. In the context of the transformation toward a “green economy,” issues related to natural resource use have rapidly increased in importance in European and international policy debates. The large number of stud...

    Authors: Stefan Giljum, Hanspeter Wieland, Stephan Lutter, Martin Bruckner, Richard Wood, Arnold Tukker and Konstantin Stadler
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:17
  8. We present an analytical approach to institutional analysis that draws inspiration from control process engineering in the physical sciences. We characterize smart institutions as having three foundational fea...

    Authors: Prateek Goorha and Vijay Mohan
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:15
  9. Economic theories explain the economic growth affected by accumulation of production factors and increase in productivity and efficiency. Traditional growth theories focus on the first factor where in developi...

    Authors: Saeid Hajihassaniasl and Recep Kök
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:13

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:26

  10. This paper aims at the assessment of the sectoral/regional partial participation in the global warming coalition applying the Multiregional and Multisectoral Dynamic Energy-Economic Model THERESIA based on GT...

    Authors: Shunsuke Mori
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:5
  11. This study simultaneously analyzed the carbon and material footprints for three critical metals (neodymium, cobalt, and platinum) in Japanese households with different income levels. These metals are critical ...

    Authors: Yosuke Shigetomi, Keisuke Nansai, Shigemi Kagawa and Susumu Tohno
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2016 5:1
  12. This study attempts to investigate the determinants of industrial output in Syria over the period 1980–2010. The ADF unit root test, Johansen cointegration test, Granger causality test, impulse response funct...

    Authors: Adel Shakeeb Mohsen, Soo Y. Chua and Che Normee Che Sab
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2015 4:19
  13. In the context of world value chains, the manner in which production occurs has made more difficult to judge countries’ export quality, given that the international division of labor is arranged around phases ...

    Authors: Gerardo Fujii-Gambero and Manuel García-Ramos
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2015 4:17
  14. This paper analyzes productivity with a directional distance function model by investigating convexity and non-convexity in the Chinese banking sector. Two primary findings are summarized. First, there is a di...

    Authors: Carlos Barros, Hidemichi Fujii and Shunsuke Managi
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2015 4:16
  15. This paper provides empirical evidence of changes in the productivities of manufacturing firms in Indonesia over time, in the form of total factor productivity (TFP), from 1990 to 2010 with and without conside...

    Authors: Erik Armundito and Shinji Kaneko
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2015 4:6
  16. In line with recent trends toward decentralization, prefectural and municipal governments in Japan are becoming increasingly involved with managing global warming in their regions. As a result, there is a new ...

    Authors: Ryoji Hasegawa, Shigemi Kagawa and Makiko Tsukui
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2015 4:5
  17. This paper by using Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning System (LEAP) constructs four different renewable energy scenarios for the Greek transport, energy, and industry sectors. By projecting the demand fo...

    Authors: George Halkos, Nickolaos G Tzeremes and Panayiotis G Tzeremes
    Citation: Journal of Economic Structures 2015 4:3