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《世界银行经济评论》是一本专业期刊,旨在传播与发展领域以及与世界银行谋求发展权利普遍相关的发展经济学研究成果。本书寻求在定量发展政策分析领域提供最新的和最好的研究,着重于政策的相关性和经济学的应用方面,而不是纯理论和方法论的研究。
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  • 文前辅文
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    1. 一 背景
    2. 二 实证方法
    3. 三 结果
    4. 四 结论
  • 叙利亚难民危机对土耳其企业进入和业绩的影响
    1. 一 土耳其境内的叙利亚难民
    2. 二 理论框架
    3. 三 研究方法
    4. 四 数据
    5. 五 结果
    6. 六 结论
    7. 附件
  • 海外侨民发明家和技术国际化
    1. 一 相关文献和理论背景
    2. 二 研究方法
    3. 三 结果
    4. 四 结论
  • 中国农村养老保险对劳动力迁移的影响
    1. 一 中国农村的信贷约束和养老保险
    2. 二 数据和模糊断点回归
    3. 三 结果和解读
    4. 四 其他结果
    5. 五 结论
  • 陪伴缺失:配偶迁移对其子女投入的影响
    1. 一 理论框架
    2. 二 数据
    3. 三 实证策略
    4. 四 结果
    5. 五 稳健性检验
    6. 六 结论
  • 父母迁移能够抑制教育中的“小腐败”吗
    1. 一 相关文献
    2. 二 摩尔多瓦和教育中的腐败
    3. 三 数据及相关描述
    4. 四 实证方法
    5. 五 主要结果
    6. 六 传导机制和稳健性检验
    7. 七 结论
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    1. 一 直接的和间接的移民反事实
    2. 二 研究背景
    3. 三 实证方法
    4. 四 结果
    5. 五 结论和讨论
  • 移民和跨境资本流动
    1. 一 实证方法
    2. 二 数据
    3. 三 结果
    4. 四 发达国家与发展中国家
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    1. 一 实证框架
    2. 二 数据
    3. 三 实证结果
    4. 四 结论
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    1. 一 数据和描述性统计
    2. 二 实证方法
    3. 三 结果
    4. 四 结论
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    1. 一 实验设计和识别策略
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    6. 六 结论
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