South African Journal of Economics

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Edited By: Steve Koch

Impact Factor: 0.315

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 270/333 (Economics)

Online ISSN: 1813-6982

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Special Issue: South-South and North-South Trade Agreements: Compatibility Issues

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Special Issues

Special Issue: South-South and North-South Trade Agreements: Compatibility Issues
Guest Edited by A Dicaprio, A Santos-Paulino and P De Lombaerde

In this special issue, five articles address some of the challenges associated with integrating an existing S-S regional agreement with a new template that results from block negotiations with a northern partner. The compatibility issues this raises range from whether the N-S component will promote or block ongoing regional integration to whether the smallest countries in the Southern block will be able to capture any of the expected gains from the completion of N-S negotiations. Read more here.

Key Articles

Most Read Articles

Top 3 articles most read in 2012, freely available online throughout 2013:

Assessing Monetary Policy in South Africa in a Data-Rich Environment
Kabundi, A. & Ngwenya, N.

Macroeconomic Uncertainty and Conditional Stock Market Volatility in South Africa
Chinzara, Z.

Can Free Trade Agreements Reduce Economic Vulnerability?
Dicaprio, A. & Santos-Paulino, A.

Biennial Conference of The Economic Society of South Africa

University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa, 25-27 September 2013

Events

Biennial Conference of The Economic Society of South Africa
Keynote speaker: Prof Paul de Grauwe, John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy & Head of the European Institute, London School of Economics.

Key dates:
15 November 2012 Submissions open
10 May 2013 Submissions close
17 May 2013 Feedback to prospective presenters
14 June 2013 Registration closes for speakers
16 August 2013 Conference papers submitted in pdf format
25-27 September 2013 Conference

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