Economic Policy 29


For the past 11 years Economic Policy has earned a reputation around the world as the one publication that always identifies current and emerging policy topics early. It discusses key international issues when they matter and is invaluable for keeping track of important topics. Articles are regularly quoted in the international press as well as in professional literature.

1. Editor's introduction.

2. One money, one market: the effect of common currencies on trade: A.K. Rose (University of California, Berkeley and CEPR).

3. Unemployment, growth and taxation in industrial countries: F. Daveri and G. Tabellini (University of Parma and IGIER; Department of Economics and IGIER, Bocconi University, CEPR and CES-ifo).

4. Labour market implications of EU product market integration: T.M. Anderson, N. Haldrup and J.R. Sorenson (University of Aarhus, EPRU and CEPR; University of Aarhus; University of Aarhus).

5. The Netherlands and the United Kingdom: a European unemployment miracle? S. Nickell and J. van Ours (Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and CEPR; Center for Economic Research, Department of Economics, Tilburg University, Institute for Labour Studies (OSA) and CEPR).

6. Economic reforms and labour markets: policy issues and lessons from Chile: S. Edwards and A.C. Edwards (University of California, Los Angeles and National Bureau of Economic Research; California State University, Long Beach).