Measuring financial asset and real estate prices

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The World Economics Journal focuses on the production, analysis and use of economic data, a subject of fundamental importance to the world economy.

Measuring services and financial services output

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Valuing free services such as those offered by Google and Facebook

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The Impact of the Bonus Culture on the UK Economy

Funding Economic Development and the Role of National Development Banks: The Case of Cyprus

The coronavirus pandemic has not only come as a profound shock to the major economies, but also exposed tensions between leading schools of thought. Uncertainty has arisen about the medium- and long-term consequences of the policy responses to COVID-19. Will the pandemic, and the consequent major upheaval in economic policy, lead to deflation or more inflation? This articlewhich is intended above all as a contribution to the emerging deflation vs. inflation debatebegins by discussing official policy in recent months. It then states a position in the tradition of the quantity theory of money and develops the argument that inflation will rise significantly in the aftermath of the pandemic.Read now

Mitigating Economic Losses of Fraud: Data Analytics Perspective