Main Content

CESifo DICE Report

Image CESifo DICE Report

CESifo DICE Report is a quarterly English-language journal with articles on institutional regulations and economic-policy measures using a country-comparative approach. The word “DICE” refers to our free access “Database for Institutional Comparisons in Europe”.

The CESifo DICE Report comments on new entries to the database and offers a forum for the discussion of institutional topics among researchers from the Ifo Institute, the CESifo research network and other economic research institutions. The journal provides information relevant for economic debate without seeking to be an academic journal. The presentations are aimed at journalists, policy-makers and members of the business community as well as academic economists.

The journal has different sections. In the “Forum” section a specific institutional question is considered from different points of view. Under “Research Reports” the reader finds various topics treated by scholars interested in the design and the effects of institutions. Institutional reform projects are presented under “Reform Models”. The "Database" section comments on new entries to the DICE database, placing them into a larger perspective. Under “News” we inform the reader about conferences, new information on regulations, ongoing research projects, new studies, etc.

Latest issue

CESifo DICE Report 3/2014 (Autumn)

  1. "CESifo DICE Report 3/2014 (Autumn): Public-Private Partnerships", Ifo Institute, Munich, 2014, 01-64 | Details | PDF Download

  2. Engel, Eduardo, Ronald Fischer and Alexander Galetovic, "Risk and Public-Private Partnerships", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 03-07 | Details | PDF Download

  3. Estache, Antonio and Stéphane Saussier, "Public-Private Partnerships and Efficiency: A Short Assessment", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 08-13 | Details | PDF Download

  4. Iossa, Elisabetta and David Martimort, "Corruption in Public-Private Partnerships, Incentives and Contract Incompleteness", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 14-16 | Details | PDF Download

  5. Vining, Aidan and Anthony Boardman, "Self-interest Springs Eternal: Political Economy Reasons why Public-Private Partnerships Do Not Work as Well as Expected", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 17-23 | Details | PDF Download

  6. Mühlenkamp, Holger, "Public-Private Partnerships and Government Debt", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 24-30 | Details | PDF Download

  7. Li, Wenli, Ishani Tewari and Michelle White, "Using Bancruptcy to Reduce Foreclosures", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 31-38 | Details | PDF Download

  8. Grajzl, Peter, "Behind the Courts’ Walls: Empirical Insights from Slovenia", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 39-44 | Details | PDF Download

  9. Tekin, Erdal, Volkan Topalli, Chandler McClellan and Richard Wright, "Liquidating Crime with Illiquidity: How Switching from Cash to Credit Can Stop Street Crime", CESifo DICE Report 12 (2), 2014, 45-50 | Details | PDF Download

  10. "Public Service Broadcasting in an International Comparison", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 51-53 | Details | PDF Download

  11. "Road User Charging in the European Union", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 54-57 | Details | PDF Download

  12. "Improving Quality in Long-term Care", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 58-60 | Details | PDF Download

  13. "Deposit Insurance: Reimbursement of Depositors", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 61-63 | Details | PDF Download

  14. "New at DICE Database, Conferences, Books", CESifo DICE Report 12 (3), 2014, 64 | Details | PDF Download

Imprint

CESifo DICE Report
ISSN 1612-0663 (print version)
ISSN 1613-6373 (electronic version)
A quarterly journal for institutional comparisons
Publisher and distributor: Ifo Institute, Poschingerstr. 5, 81679 Munich, Germany,
Phone +49(89)9224-0, Fax +49(89)985369.
Editors: Marcus Drometer, Christa Hainz and Romuald Méango.
Annual subscription rate: 50.00 EUR,
Price of single issues: 15.00 EUR,
shipping not included.
Reproduction permitted only if source is quoted and copy is sent to the Ifo Institute. Commercial use of the data, also in electronic form, only with the permission of the Ifo Institute.


Short URL: www.ifo.de/w/qjVVb3fs