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The impact of investments in special economic zones on regional development: the case of Poland
ABSTRACT Special economic zones (SEZs) in Poland were established explicitly to enhance regional development, crafting a series of investment incentives designed to boost investment attractiveness in
On the impossibility of central bank independence: four decades of time- (and intellectual) inconsistency
The intellectual justification for modern central banking, time-inconsistency, celebrated its fortieth anniversary in 2017 alongside the Cambridge Journal of Economics. However, the key progeny of
Varieties of populism
© 2020 The Authors Global Strategy Journal published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. on behalf of Strategic Management Society Research Summary: The recent electoral popularity of populism suggests our
Improving competitiveness in the member states of the Eurasian Economic Union: a blueprint for the next decade
Abstract The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has made incredible strides in becoming an integrated body over the past 10 years, and is becoming part of a broader global process of economic regionalism
Bringing the benefits of David to Goliath: special economic zones and institutional improvement
ABSTRACT The theory behind special economic zones (SEZs) focuses on their role in overcoming broader policy failings in a country. This paper hypothesizes that the ability of smaller countries to