Example of themes explored in recent years are poverty traps, credit markets, the importance of trust and reputation and trade and development. Answer FIVE questions out of SEVEN questions (20 marks each). Read carefully the instructions on the answer book provided and make sure that the particulars required are entered on each answer book.
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Your datasets will also be searchable on Mendeley Data Search, which includes nearly 11 million indexed datasets. Below is a recent list of 2018—2019 articles that have had the most social media attention.The Plum Print next to each article shows the relative activity in each of these categories of metrics: Captures, Mentions, Social Media and Citations. The Journal of Economic Development (JED) promotes and encourages research that aim at economic development and growth by publishing papers of great scholarly merit on a wide range of topics and employing a wide range of approaches.JED welcomes both theoretical and empirical papers in the fields of economic development, economic growth, international trade and finance, labor economics, IO, social choice and political economics.JED also invites the economic analysis on the experiences of economic development in various dimensions from all the countries of the globe.For conditional acceptance the editors will verify that the requirements were met.In the case of revision the original associate editor will do so.A summary of our editorial policy is this: the editors make a preliminary assessment of whether the results of a paper, if correct, are worth publishing.If so one of the associate editors reviews the paper: from the reviewer we expect to learn if the paper is understandable and coherent and - within reasonable bounds - the results are correct.In the (rare) case of a revision we allow four months and in the case of conditional acceptance we allow two months to submit the final version.In both cases we expect a cover letter explaining how you met the requirements.