NUMBER 121 / 122 – June 2016

The Repairman Problem Revisited (pp. 7-24)
Claude Crampes and Jérôme Renault

Dual Sourcing under Risky Public Procurement (pp. 25-44)
Vanessa Valero

Hawks and Doves in Segmented Markets: Profit Maximization with Varying Competitive Aggressiveness (pp. 45-66)
Claude d’Aspremont, Rodolphe Dos Santos Ferreira and Jacques Thépot

Health Prevention and Savings: How to Deal with Fatalism? (pp. 67-90)
Johanna Etner and Meglena Jeleva

Aggregation with Cournot Competition: An Empirical Investigation (pp. 91-119)
Bertrand Koebel and François Laisney

“One Muslim is Enough!” Evidence from a Field Experiment in France (pp. 121-160)
Claire L. Adida, David D. Laitin and Marie-Anne Valfort

Evaluating the Effect of Ownership Status on Hospital Quality: The Key Role of Innovative Procedures (pp. 161-186)
Laurent Gobillon and Carine Milcent

Why Not Allow Individuals to Rank Freely? A Scaled Rank-Ordered Logit Approach Applied to Waste Management in Corsica (pp. 187-212)
Olivier Beaumais, Anne Casabianca, Xavier Pieri and Dominique Prunetti

Spatial Competition in the French Supermarket Industry (pp. 213-259)
Stéphane Turolla

Climatic Conditions and Productivity: An Impact Evaluation in Pre-industrial England (pp. 261-277)
Stéphane Auray, Aurélien Eyquem and Frédéric Jouneau-Sion

Immigration Policy and Macroeconomic Performance in France (pp. 279-308)
Hippolyte d’Albis, Ekrame Boubtane and Dramane Coulibaly

Strong Sustainability, Rent and Value-Added Sharing (pp. 309-358)
Jean-François Fagnart, Marc Germain and Alphonse Magnus

The Effects of Government Spending Endogeneity on Estimated Multipliers in the U.S. (pp. 359-384)
Alban Moura

Should Low-Wage Workers Care About Where They Work? Assessing the Impact of Employer Characteristics on Low-Wage Mobility (pp. 385-413)
Nicole Guertzgen and Anja Heinze


Welcome to the new website of the Annals of Economics and Statistics. The launch of this site gives me the opportunity to review some significant recent changes which reflect the development of the journal. After switching to English in 2010, the Annals of Economics and Statistics is now taking a step further in 2015 by participating in the JSTOR Current Scholarship Program (CSP). Now readers can access the journal in both electronic and print versions. The JSTOR CSP includes distinguished academic journals, and we are proud to be a member of this very selective group. The Annals of Economics and Statistics is 45 years old and has achieved a well-established scientific reputation, with some of its articles quoted many times. Our goal is, of course, to maintain this high standing, but also to increase the international visibility of the journal. Participating in the JSTOR CSP will be an important asset for accomplishing this mission. The Annals of Economics and Statistics will continue to publish refereed articles in all fields of economic theory, econometrics, and applied economics, either as feature articles or in special issues with various Guest Editors. We strive to improve the management of manuscripts and submissions by making the maximal effort to reach a decision before three months. In terms of organization, the list of Associate Editors has been partially modified with the arrival of several talented young economists, and the Board of Directors has been completely renewed. I firmly believe these evolutions are leading us in the right direction, and that they will contribute to the success and vitality of our journal.

Pierre Picard | Editor

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