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Access statistics by source

09/06/2010

We have compiled lifetime access statistics to our journal articles, using three sources that constantly monitor the use of articles in their depositories.

Total downloads
Source/Year (or Volume) 2007 2008 2009 2010
Journal homepage  1,745 3,631 4,687  704
RePEc  31  308  515  259
CEEOL  58 62 61 3
 
Total abstract views
Source/Year (or Volume) 2007 2008 2009 2010
Journal homepage  8,162 17,849 8,563  1,333
RePEc  158  1,480  2,137  1,118

Call for book reviews

08/06/2010

We are currently seeking book reviews in all fields of economics covered in our Aims and Scope. We intend to publish approximately 700-word reviews in each issue of AUCO, which appears three times a year. Prior to submitting a book review, the writers are welcome to submit proposals for book reviews to our editorial office. A proposal should consist of a brief statement about the significance of the book in question, basic information about its publisher and publication date, and a brief summary of the review author's background and reasons for interest in the book. We promise careful and impartial consideration for each submission.


Featured article of the forthcoming issue

28/05/2010

Risk-Sharing Externalities and Its Implications for Equity Premium in an Infinite-Horizon Economy

Hiroaki Ohno
Tokyo International University

Abstract: This paper examines asset prices when risk-sharing externalities are incorporated into an infinite-horizon model where consumers are exposed to the endogenous income risks. It is shown that there exist multiple types of equilibria depending on the degree of market participation. Under incomplete participation, income risks cannot be fully diversified as they induce higher precautionary savings, which are conducive in turn to higher asset prices. However, the exposure to additional dividend risks can lead at the same time to a lower demand for risky assets. The aggregate effect is an increase in the equity risk premium and a decrease in the risk-free rate. Thus, the evidence suggests that the equity premium and risk-free rate puzzles can be partly explained by infinite-horizon models with incomplete market participation.

Keywords: Risk-sharing externalities, endogenous income risks, incomplete market participation, asset prices
JEL classification: D11, E21, E44, G12


Toplisting

10/05/2010

The most downloaded articles at this webpage are as follows:

Volume 4 (2010)

Volume 3 (2009)

Volume 2 (2008)

Volume 1 (2007)


The AUCO Czech Economic Review, Vol. 4, No. 1

10/03/2010

A new issue of the AUCO Czech Economic Review is available online. See table of contents:

Articles

Voting Weights or Agenda Control: Which One Really Matters?
Hannu Nurmi
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 5-17

Machiavelli’s Possibility Hypothesis
Manfred J. Holler, Alain Marciano
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 18-31

Game-Theoretic Modeling of Electricity Markets in Central Europe
Martin Hrubý, Petr Čambala, Jan Toufar
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 32-61

Public Utilities: Privatization without Regulation
Ornella Tarola
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 62-78

Downward Wage Rigidities in Slovakia
Pavel Gertler, Matúš Senaj
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 79-101

Policy discussions

Bata Management System: A Built-In Resilience against Crisis at the Micro Level
Milan Zelený
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 102-117

Reports

International Conference on Multilevel Governance and Democracy in the EU
Frantisek Turnovec
AUCO Czech Economic Review 4 (1), 118-118

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Statistics

31/12/2009

Last two years (2008 and 2009)
  • 33 accepted (25 international, 8 local)
  • 22 rejected (16 international, 6 local)
  • Overall acceptance rate: 59% (32/54)
  • International acceptance rate: 61% (25/41)
  • Local acceptance rate: 57% (8/14)
  • Share of international articles out of accepted articles: 76%  (25/33)
  • Share of local articles out of accepted articles: 24% (7/32)
  • Share of international referees: 83% (72/87)
  • Share of local referees: 17% (15/87)
Last year (2009)
  • 18 accepted (13 international, 5 local)
  • 10 rejected (5 international, 5 local)
  • Overall acceptance rate: 64% (18/28)
  • International acceptance rate: 72% (13/18)
  • Local acceptance rate: 50% (5/10)
  • Share of international articles out of accepted articles: 72%  (13/18)
  • Share of local articles out of accepted articles: 28% (5/18)

This list does not include 28 articles that are currently under review (21 international, 7 local). We consider a paper to be local if affiliation of any of the author is institution located in the Czech Republic. Otherwise, it is classified as an international article.


JEL Codes

30/12/2009

For the prospective authors, it may be of interest to see the most frequent JEL codes in the journal: 

BY PRIMARY CODE

C Mathematical and Quantitative Methods: 30
D Microeconomics: 24
H Public Economics: 16
E Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics: 11
F International Economics: 7
G Financial Economics: 7
J Labor and Demographic Economics: 7

BY SECONDARY CODE

C7 Game Theory and Bargaining Theory: 14
D7 Analysis of Collective Decision-Making: 14
C6 Mathematical Methods and Programming: 5
D8 Information, Knowledge and Uncertainty: 5
E5 Monetary Policy, Central Banking, and the Supply of Money and Credit: 4
E6 Macroeconomic Policy, Macroeconomic Aspects of Public Finance, and General Outlook: 4
H1 Structure and Scope of Government: 4


Congratulations

29/12/2009

We cordially congratulate Tapio Palokangas (University of Helsinki, HECER) for being the first author in the AUCO Czech Economic Review whose article has been viewed more than a 1000 times on this webpage. The paper Self-Interested Governments, Unionization, and Legal and Illegal Immigration has been released early in 2008 in 2(1) issue of the journal.


The AUCO Czech Economic Review, Vol. 3, No. 3

31/10/2009

A new issue of the AUCO Czech Economic Review is available online. See table of contents:

Editorial

Editorial
Vito Fragnelli, Guido Ortona
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 205-206

Articles

Formal Models of Elections and Political Bargaining
Norman Schofield; Ugur Ozdemir
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 207-242

The Propensity to Disruption for Evaluating a Parliament
Vito Fragnelli
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 243-253

Ranking Electoral Systems through Hierarchical Properties Ranking
Lorenzo Cioni
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 254-269

Simulating Party Competition and Vote Decision under Mixed Member Electoral Systems
Susumu Shikano
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 270-291

Simulating Voting Rule Reforms for the Italian Parliament: An Economic Perspective
Stefania Ottone; Ferruccio Ponzano; Roberto Ricciuti
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 292-304

Electoral Systems and Government Stability: A Simulation of 2006 Italian Policy Space
Luigi Curini; Paolo Martelli
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 305-322

Reports

SING5. The 5th Spain, Italy, Netherlands Meeting on Game Theory
Frantisek Turnovec
AUCO Czech Economic Review 3 (3), 323-323

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Featured article of the forthcoming issue

14/10/2009

Formal Models of Elections and Political Bargaining

Norman Schofield
Washington University

Ugur Ozdemir
Washington University

Abstract: The key theoretical idea in this paper is that activist groups contribute resources to their favored parties in response to policy concessions from the parties. These resources are then used by a party to enhance the leader’s valence — the electoral perception of the quality of the party leader. The equilibrium result is that parties, in order to maximize vote share, will balance a centripetal electoral force against a centrifugal activist effect. Under proportional electoral rule, there need be no pressure for activist groups to coalesce, leading to multiple political parties. Under plurality rule, however, small parties face the possibility of extinction. An activist group linked to a small party in such a polity has little expectation of influencing government policy. The paper illustrates these ideas by considering recent elections in Turkey, Britain and the United States, as well as a number of Euopean polities.

Keywords: Election, plurality rule, proportional representation, activist groups
JEL classification: H10, H11


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