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Socio-Economic Review regularly publishes ‘State of the Art’ review papers which aim to provide an overview of developments in thinking in specific aspects of the field.
Long-term causes of the Eurozone crisis
The European Union is undergoing multiple crises. The UK may vote in favour of leaving the Union in June. European Union member states are in deep disagreement on various crucial issues, not only on how to handle the stream of refugees from the Near East, but also on how to combat terrorism, and how to deal with Russia.
The influence of economists on public policy
There's a puzzle around economics. On the one hand, economists have the most policy influence of any group of social scientists. In the United States, for example, economics is the only social science that controls a major branch of government policy (through the Federal Reserve), or has an office in the White House (the Council of Economic Advisers).
Academic knowledge and economic growth
The fading role of the corporation as the exclusive institutional locus for the generation and exploitation of technological knowledge has recently brought the academic system back to center stage of analysis of the determinants of economic growth.
The SASE 29th Annual Conference will be held from 29th June to 1st July 2017 at the University of Lyon, France. The theme of the conference is “What's Next? Disruptive/Collaborative Economy or Business as Usual?”
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