Public Administrator Generated Information- An Annotated Bibliography

Public Administrator Generated Information- An Annotated Bibliography

Dalby, S. (2015). Climate geopolitics: Securing the global economy. International            Politics, 52(4), 426-444. doi:10.1057/ip.2015.3

This article examines how climate poses a significant threat to states and global economies. The author argues that there is need for rethinking of the modern economies since the way they operate significantly contributes to climate change.

Krawczyński, M., Czyżewski, P., & Bocian, K. (2016). Reindustrialization: A challenge to the     economy in the first quarter of the twenty-first century. Foundations of Management, 8(1), 107-122. doi:10.1515/fman-2016-0009

The authors examine the long-term impacts of the 2007 global recession in various economies including the US. The major argument is that developing the industrial sector can help in improving economic growth and development.

Kerigan-Kyrou, D. (2013). Critical energy infrastructure: Operators, NATO, and facing future             challenges. Connections : The Quarterly Journal, 12(3), 109.

The major contention of this article is that the U.S. power supply is vulnerable to extreme weather conditions, which have increased in frequency and severity. In the event of a major catastrophe, there could be ripple effects on the economy.

Alexeev, M. (2016). A comparative analysis of the development of Russia, the United States,       Europe, and china: An interview with Michael Alekseev. Russian Social Science           Review, 57(2), 78-85. doi:10.1080/10611428.2016.1159479

The author argues that one of the key challenges facing the U.S. is high external debt. Further, the author asserts that this is a political problem rather than an economic problem, and is related to increased expenditures in the health sector.

Patnaik, P. (2016). Capitalism and its current crisis. Monthly Review, 67(8), 1.

The author reviews the current problems facing the U.S. economy as it slowly emerges from a period of sluggish economic growth. The author argues that the U.S. economic recovery is not sustainable since it is hedged on increasing demand due to falling oil prices rather than an increase in real investment activity.

Beyers, W. B. (2013). The great recession and state unemployment trends. Economic        Development Quarterly, 27(2), 114-123. doi:10.1177/0891242413479653

The author examines the unemployment trends in the post-recession period. The main argument is that even after the end of the great recession, the US economy is yet to recover fully from the effects of the 2008 recession.

Banerjee, S., & Blau, D. (2016). Employment trends by age in the united states: Why are older    workers different? Journal of Human Resources, 51(1), 163-199.      doi:10.3368/jhr.51.1.163

The authors explore the recent unemployment statistics in the United States. It is worth noting that unemployment statistics are key indicators of the economic growth and development of a country.

Barrell, R., Delannoy, A., & Holland, D. (2011). The impact of high oil prices on the economy.   National Institute Economic Review, (217), F68+.

The authors analyze the impact of high oil prices to the U.S. economy. The findings indicate that the U.S. economy is particularly sensitive to oil prices.

Baumeister, C., & Peersman, G. (2013). Time-Varying Effects of Oil Supply Shocks on the US             Economy. American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, 5(4), 1-28. Retrieved from             http://www.jstor.org/stable/43189560

The authors study the nature of the relationship between the U.S. oil prices and the macroeconomic performance. Oil prices have a significant impact on the performance of the economy.

Bjørnskov, C. (2017). Growth, inequality, and economic freedom: Evidence from the U.S.             states. Contemporary Economic Policy, 35(3), 518-531. doi:10.1111/coep.12199

This article is an evaluation of how income inequality in the United States affects economic growth in the long run.

Blanco, L. R., Gu, J., & Prieger, J. E. (2016). The impact of research and development on             economic growth and productivity in the U.S. states. Southern Economic Journal, 82(3),       914-934. doi:10.1002/soej.12107

The authors examine how research and development plays a critical role in the development of individual states. The major argument is that research and development promote the output and total factor productivity of individual states.

Ayres, R., & Voudouris, V. (2014). The economic growth enigma: Capital, labour and useful             energy? Energy Policy, 64, 16-28. doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2013.06.001

The authors examine the link among capital, labor, useful energy, and the economic growth of a country. The aim of the study is to examine the role played by energy in the development of the economy.

Gustave Speth, J. (2013). Beyond the growth paradigm: Creating a unified progressive             politics*. Development, 56(2), 202-207.             doi:http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy.liberty.edu/10.1057/dev.2013.2

The author examines how politics influences the economic growth and development of the United States. The author is particularly interested with the influence of politics to the social, economic, political, and environmental arena.

Fulford, S. L. (2015). How Important Are Banks for Development? National Banks in the United             States, 1870-1900. Review of Economics and Statistics97(5), 921-938.

The author examines the role played by banks in the economic growth and development of the U.S. economy. Banks play a significant role in supporting economic growth and development.

Johnson, N. D., Ruger, W., Sorens, J., & Yamarik, S. (2014). Corruption, regulation, and growth:            An empirical study of the united states. Economics of Governance, 15(1), 51-69.             doi:http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy.liberty.edu/10.1007/s10101-013-0132-3

The authors examine issues related to governance and economic growth. In particular, the authors examine how corruption might hinder economic growth of the country.

Alexeev, M., & Chernyavskiy, A. (2014). The effect of oil on regional growth in Russia and the United States: A comparative analysis. Comparative Economic Studies, 56(4), 517-535.   doi:10.1057/ces.2014.28

The authors of this article examine how oil abundance has influenced the economic growth of the U.S. and Russia’s economies. In particular, the authors examine how tax revenues from the oil industry may spur development.

Tang, J., & Wang, W. (2015). Economic growth in Canada and the United States: Supply‐Push    or Demand‐Pull? Review of Income and Wealth, 61(4), 773-798. doi:10.1111/roiw.121

The authors examine the real determinants of economic growth in Canada and the U.S. Specifically, the authors examine whether the economic growth in these countries is the result of supply-push or demand-pull factors.

Chen, P., Lee, C., & Lee, C. (2012). How does the development of the life insurance market         affect economic growth? Some international evidence. Journal of International   Development, 24(7), 865-893. doi:10.1002/jid.1765

The author argues that increased uptake of life insurance by the citizens may improve economic growth. The author also examines the factors or conditions that influence the growth of the economy when citizens take up life insurance.

Chi, J., & Baek, J. (2013). Dynamic relationship between air transport demand and economic       growth in the United States: A new look. Transport Policy, 29, 257.    doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2013.03.005

The author examines how air transport demand could be applied as a predictor for the health of the U.S. economy. The main argument is that air transport demand increases with economic growth.

Jerzmanowski, M. (2017). Finance and sources of growth: Evidence from the U.S. states.             Journal of Economic Growth, 22(1), 97-122. doi:10.1007/s10887-016-9135-6

The author examines the role of financial development in supporting the economic growth and development of the U.S. economy.

Hoyman, M., McCall, J., Paarlberg, L., & Brennan, J. (2016). Considering the role of social         capital for economic development outcomes in U.S. counties. Economic Development            Quarterly, 30(4), 342-357. doi:10.1177/0891242416659135

The authors examine the link between social capital development and economic development. The main argument is that social capital development promotes economic growth.

Tassey, G. (2017). A technology-based growth policy. Issues in Science and Technology, 33(2), 80.

The author examines how technology influences economic growth and development. The aim of the author is to establish the links between technology adoption and growth.

Komarek, T., & Loveridge, S. (2015). firm sizes and economic development: Estimating long‐     term effects on U.S. county growth, 1990–2000. Journal of Regional Science, 55(2), 262-         279. doi:10.1111/jors.12159

The authors examine the role played by firms in promoting the economic growth of the U.S. The authors establish connections between the size of the firm and income and employment levels.

Baek, J., & Gweisah, G. (2013). Does income inequality harm the environment? Empirical           evidence from the United States. Energy Policy, 62, 1434-1434.         doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2013.07.097

This article examines how income inequalities affect economic growth and energy consumption patterns. The findings indicate that increased income equality promotes environmental quality.

Stephens, H. M., Partridge, M. D., & Faggian, A. (2013). innovation, entrepreneurship and           economic growth in lagging regions. Journal of Regional Science, 53(5), 778-812.     doi:10.1111/jors.12019

The authors examine the factors that may promote economic growth in remote areas. The study takes into account various factors such as human capital, innovation, self-employment, and among others.

 

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