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Public Policy and Economic Theory


Does economic theory improve the basis for economic policy decisions? This question is considered by internationally well-known scholars who, within their field of expertise, address the connection between economic theory and public policy. Each paper is followed by comments from two experts to highlight the spectra of views on public policy and economic theory.

The topics include: Open Macroeocnomics, Business Cycle Theory, Political Economy, Welfare and Public Economics, Labor Economics, International Trade, Institutional Economics, Development Economics, Environmental Economics, Econometrics and Mathematical Economics. This anniversary issue celebrates SJE's role as a distinguished journal with special relevance for public policy issues and continues a long tradition of publishing special issues in fields of current interest within both theory and policy.

To mark 100 years of publication, Volume 100, No. 1 will contain the proceedings of The Scandinavian Journal of Economics 100th Anniversary Symposium On Public Policy And Economic Theory. Contents include:.

Mats Persson on The First Century of The Scandinavian Journal of Economics.

Peter Hammond on Welfare and Public Economics.

Partha Dasgupta on Development Economics.

Michael Hoel on Environmental Economics.

Bertil Holmlund on Labor Economics.

David Hendry and Neil Ericsson on Econometrics.

Birgit Grodal on Mathematical Economics.

Peter Neary on International Trade.

Russell Cooper on Business Cycles.

Maurice Obstfeld on Open Macroeconomics.

Thrainn Eggertsson on Institutional Economics.

Roberto Perotti on Political Economy