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Macroeconomic Dynamics publishes theoretical, empirical or quantitative research of the highest standard. Papers are welcomed from all areas of macroeconomics and from all parts of the world. Major advances in macroeconomics without immediate policy applications will also be accepted, if they show potential for application in the future. Occasional book reviews, announcements, conference proceedings, special issues, interviews, dialogues, and surveys are also published.

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  • Making Sense of Drug Scarcity in the Cuban Revolution
  • 26 June 2019, Jennifer Lambe
  • What do we mean when we talk about “scarcity”? Is it an absolute or relative condition?   Observers of the 1959 Cuban Revolution have long relied on the category of scarcity to advance a variety of arguments.…...
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  • 15 April 2019, Priscillia Hunt
  • A recent study by RAND Corporation researchers examined the average amount of police spending on crimes for each state. Averaging the results across all states...