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The Cyprus Economic Policy Review is published bi-annually by the Economics Research Centre of the University of Cyprus. The objective of the Review is to publish high quality papers on European and Global economic issues of interest to Cyprus, appealing to a broad audience of policymakers and practitioners.  The Economics Research Centre of the University of Cyprus (CypERC) is an independent non-profit research institution aiming at high quality policy-oriented research in economics. While emphasis is placed on subjects concerning the Cyprus economy, research at CypERC has a broad perspective and aims at results of high academic standards with wide international interest. The CypERC operates as an autonomous unit in the Department of Economics of the University of Cyprus. Its Director is elected among the senior staff of the Department of Economics and has overall responsibility for administration and research supervision.

 

 
   
 
 
 Volume 11 | Number 2 |December 2017

Factors affecting the productivity of European Economies
Elena Ketteni, Theofanis Mamuneas and Panos Pashardes
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Growth after Crisis in Europe
An Interdependence of Macroeconomic and Structural Policies
Roumeen Islam

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Wage Dynamics Network: SME Credit Constraints in Cyprus During the Period
2010-2013 and Effects on Employment, Wages and Prices
Charalambos P. Charalambous and Marios C. Polemidiotis

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In-Depth Assessment of the Energy Efficiency Potential in Cyprus
Theodoros Zachariadis, Apostolos Michopoulos, Yannis Vougiouklakis, Benjamin Struss, Katerina Piripitsi and Christodoulos Ellinopoulos

 
 
  
 Volume 11 | Number 1 |June 2017

Brexit: Implications for Europe
Christopher Pissarides
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Low Socioeconomic Status Students in Higher Education: Entry, Academic Attainment and Earnings Expectations
Maria Eliophotou and Nicoletta Pashourtidou

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Preferences for redistribution in Cyprus
Andros Kourtellos and Kyriakos Petrou

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Modelling house price volatility states in Cyprus with switching ARCH models
Christos S. Savva and Nektarios A. Michail