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Papyrakis Elissaios
Papyrakis Elissaios
International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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The resource curse hypothesis and its transmission channels
E Papyrakis, R Gerlagh
Journal of Comparative Economics 32 (1), 181-193, 2004
11942004
Resource abundance and economic growth in the United States
E Papyrakis, R Gerlagh
European economic review 51 (4), 1011-1039, 2007
8172007
Assessing the costs of natural hazards–state of the art and knowledge gaps
V Meyer, N Becker, V Markantonis, R Schwarze, JCJM van den Bergh, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 13 (5), 1351-1373, 2013
4952013
The extractive industries and development: The resource curse at the micro, meso and macro levels
E Gilberthorpe, E Papyrakis
The extractive industries and society 2 (2), 381-390, 2015
2492015
The resource curse-what have we learned from two decades of intensive research: Introduction to the special issue
E Papyrakis
The Journal of Development Studies 53 (2), 175-185, 2017
1792017
A synthesis of approaches to assess and value ecosystem services in the EU in the context of TEEB
R Brouwer, L Brander, O Kuik, E Papyrakis, I Bateman
VU University Amsterdam, 2013
1202013
Economic instruments and marine litter control
F Oosterhuis, E Papyrakis, B Boteler
Ocean & coastal management 102, 47-54, 2014
1182014
Resource windfalls, investment, and long-term income
E Papyrakis, R Gerlagh
Resources policy 31 (2), 117-128, 2006
1172006
Income inequality and the oil resource curse
OJ Parcero, E Papyrakis
Resource and Energy Economics 45, 159-177, 2016
972016
An empirical analysis of a regional Dutch disease: The case of Canada
E Papyrakis, O Raveh
Environmental and Resource Economics 58, 179-198, 2014
952014
Corruption and the extractive industries transparency initiative
E Papyrakis, M Rieger, E Gilberthorpe
Why Does Development Fail in Resource Rich Economies, 121-135, 2019
812019
Resource windfalls, innovation, and growth
E Papyrakis
Journal of Economic Policy Reform 14 (4), 301-312, 2011
74*2011
Evaluating the impact of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) on corruption in Zambia
PF Villar, E Papyrakis
The Extractive Industries and Society 4 (4), 795-805, 2017
622017
Online calculators of ecological footprint: do they promote or dissuade sustainable behaviour?
J Franz, E Papyrakis
Sustainable Development 19 (6), 391-401, 2011
602011
An introduction to climate change economics and policy
FR FitzRoy, E Papyrakis
Routledge, 2016
562016
Ethnic diversity, property rights, and natural resources
JA Baggio, E Papyrakis
The Developing Economies 48 (4), 473-495, 2010
562010
Happiness and the resource curse
S Ali, SM Murshed, E Papyrakis
Journal of Happiness Studies 21 (2), 437-464, 2020
552020
Fractionalization, polarization, and economic growth: identifying the transmission channels
E Papyrakis, PH Mo
Economic Inquiry 52 (3), 1204-1218, 2014
552014
Economics of renewable energy expansion and security of supply: A dynamic simulation of the German electricity market
A Coester, MW Hofkes, E Papyrakis
Applied Energy 231, 1268-1284, 2018
522018
Natural resources: a blessing or a curse?
E Papyrakis, R Gerlagh
Available at SSRN 383482, 2003
462003
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