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cyepr                                                                                           The Cyprus Economic Policy Review is published bi-annually by the Economics Research Centre of the University of Cyprus. The objective of the Review is to publish high quality papers on European and Global economic issues of interest to Cyprus, appealing to a broad audience of policymakers and practitioners.  The Economics Research Centre of the University of Cyprus (CypERC) belongs to the Department of Economics at the University of Cyprus.  The Centre aims at high quality policy-oriented research in economics. While emphasis is placed on subjects concerning the Cyprus economy, research at CypERC has a broad perspective and aims at results of high academic standards with wide international interest. The CypERC operates as an autonomous unit in the Department of Economics of the University of Cyprus. Its Director is elected among the senior staff of the Department of Economics and has overall responsibility for administration and research supervision.


Volume 15 | Number 2|December 2021  
Edging towards a national minimum wage? Initial context, recent developments and the road ahead
Louis N. Christofides
Electricity consumption and economic activity in Cyprus using an asymmetric cointegration technique 
Nektarios A. Michail and Christos S. Savva
The link between secondary technical / vocational education and the labour market in Cyprus
Maria Eliophotou and Elias Margadjis
Peace Creation and Peace Diversion updated
Costas Hadjiyiannis  and Iraklis Pattas
Volume 15 | Number 1| June 2021  
The evolution of car ownership in Cyprus
Adamos Adamou and Sofronis Clerides 
Trends and disparities in economic inequality in Cyprus and the EU 
Andros Kourtellos and Kyriakos Petrou 
The Shadow Economy in Cyprus: Evidence from the Electricity Consumption and Currency Demand Methods
Christoforos Andreou, Elena Andreou, Stephanie Michael and George Syrichas
Public Debt Thresholds: An Analysis for Cyprus
Nektarios A. Michail and Christos S. Savva

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