The European Journal of Government and Economics (Online ISSN: 2254-7088) is an international academic journal for peer reviewed research on all aspects of government and economics.
EJGE is particularly interested in current issues regarding the interrelationship between the fields of government and economics, from the influence of government on the economy (economic policy) to economic explanations of government (public choice). It is also particularly interested in questions directly or indirectly related to Europe.
Contributions will be valued by the substantial relevance of their research questions as well as their originality. The latter may consist in the development of new models to explain existing data, the application of existing models to new data sets, or (ideally) a combination of both.
EJGE is indexed by the DOAJ and receives the SPARC Europe seal
|The European Journal of Government and Economics (EJGE) has been finally indexed by the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) at journal and article level. This is another step in the direction of increasing the visibility of our published papers in order to maximise their impact. We have also received the SPARC Europe seal, which is a recognition of our open-access standards.|
Vol 1, No 2 (2012)
Table of Contents
|Editorial statement: The first year of the European Journal of Government and Economics|
|Diego Varela, Giacomo Benedetto, Jose Manuel Sanchez-Santos||103-105|
|Can exit prizes induce lame ducks to shirk less? Experimental evidence|
|Leif Helland, Jon Hovi, Lars Monkerud||106-125|
|Corruption and Growth: Evidence from the Italian regions|
|Nadia Fiorino, Emma Galli, Ilaria Petrarca||126-144|
|Can the modernisation of a public employment service be an effective labour market intervention? The Hungarian experience, 2004-2008|
|External economies of scale, government purchasing commitment and welfare improvements in the vaccines industry|