by Herbert Dawid, Gabriele Pellegrino & Marco Vivarelli While the extant innovation literature has provided extensive evidence of the so-called “demand-pull” effect, the possible diverse impact of demand evolution on product vs process innovation activities has not been yet investiga
by A. Constant & K. Zimmermann . This paper examines the migration and labour mobility in the European Union and elaborates on their importance for the existence of the EU. Against all measures of success, the current public debate seems to suggest that the politica
by Mariacristina Piva and Marco Vivarelli . Using a unique firm-level database comprising the top European R&D investors over the period 2002-2013 and running LSDVC estimates, this study finds a significant labour-friendly impact of R&D expenditures. However, this posi
The first issue of the Journal of Population Economics of 2020 is now available online. Issue 33(1) contains 10 contributions addressing themes such as migration, inequality, and preferences. The lead article, “Hate at first sight? Dynamic aspects of the electoral impact of migration:
Every year, the Journal of Population Economics reports on its yearly performance metrics in the Editor-in-Chief report. In this report, editor-in-chief Klaus Zimmermann reflects on publication trends in the past year. The 2019 report, which provides insight into the 2018 calendar yea
The Journal of Population Economics is extremely happy to announce the appointment of Dr. Madeline Zavodny as a managing editor of the Journal. Dr. Zavodny is a Professor of Economics at the University of North Florida. Her research concentrates on economic issues related to im
The lead article of issue 33(1), “Hate at first sight? Dynamic aspects of the electoral impact of migration: the case of Ukip”, is now available online and available freely for download for a short period of time! You can access and share the article here.
The lead article of issue 32(4), “Ancestral ecological endowments and missing women”, is now available online and available freely for download for a short period of time. You can access and share the article here.
The final issue of the Journal of Population Economics for 2019 has been published! Issue 32(4) contains ten exceptional articles that address themes such as migration and social remittances, demography and population policy, and development in family contexts. The lead article, by Ga