Proceedings of the Middle East Economic Association

2002 Proceedings of the Middle East Economic Association

elected condensed papers presented in the 20th annual meeting of MEEA in conjunction with Allied Social Sciences Association in
Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A., January 7-9, 2000
Full papers can be requested from the authors.

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ISSN: 2334-282X


Editor of Electronic Journal
E. Mine Cinar, Loyola University Chicago

Research Associate
Elif Bohurler-Akosman, Loyola University Chicago

Editorial Advisory Board for Volume 14
Parvin Alizadeh, London Guildhall University
Sohrab Behdad, Denison University
Simel Esim, IDRC
Fatemeh Moghadam, Hofstra University
Jeffrey Nugent, University of Southern California
Jennifer Olmsted, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Bulent Uyar, University of Northern Iowa
Tariq Yousef, Georgetown University


Topics in Middle Eastern and North African Economies - Volume 2

Models of Economic and Financial Crises
Roberto S. Mariano,University of Pennsylvania,
Bulent N. Gultekin,University of Pennsylvania,
Suleyman Ozmucur,University of Pennsylvania,
Tayyeb Shabbir,University of Pennsylvania

Underwriter Reputation and Short-Run IPO Returns: A Re-evaluation for an Emerging Market
Nuray Guner, Middle East Technical University, Zeynep Onder
Zeynep Onder, Bilkent University
Seza Danisoglu Rhoades, Middle East Technical University

Prices and Real Wages in the Middle East, 1469 to 1914
Sevket Pamuk, Bogazici University

Institutional Reform and Efficiency of the Budget Process: A Case Study of Morocco
Cherkaoui Mouna, University Mohamed V

Budgetary Institutions in Turkey
Izak Atiyas, Sabanci University
Serif Sayin, The World Bank

Equilibrium Level of the Real Exchange Rate and the Duration and Magnitude of the Misalignments for Turkey
C. Emre Alper, Bogazici University
Ismail Saglam, Bogazici University

Determinants of Technological Activities in Turkishanufacturing Industries: A Microeconometric Analysis
Teoman Pamukcu, University of Brussels
PMC de Boer, Erasmus University

Decomposition of Income Inequality: Evidence from Turkey
Jacques Silber, Bar-Ilan University
Süleyman Ozmucur, University of Pennsylvania





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