School of Economics

Discussion papers

Year Title Authors Series
2017

THE IMPACT OF FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE ON EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT: A DISCONTINUITY APPROACH INVESTIGATING BOTH QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF PROVISION

Jo Blanden, Emilia Del Bono, Kirstine Hansen, Birgitta Rabe DP 06/17
 

EQUILIBRIUM IN FX SWAP MARKETS: FUNDING PRESSURES AND THE CROSS-CURRENCY BASIS

Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Jaime Luque, Mario Pascoa  DP 05/17
 

REGULATING THE REPO MARKET: IMPLICATIONS FOR LEVERAGE DYNAMICS AND BUBBLES

Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Jaime Luque, Mario Pascoa  DP 04/17
  STUDENT ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING YEAR Panagiotis Arsenis, Miguel Flores

DP 03/17

  OPTIMAL FISCAL AND MONETARY POLICY, DEBT CRISIS AND MANAGEMENT Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina, Joseph Pearlman DP 02/17
  UNRAVELING THE SKILL PREMIUM Peter McAdam, Alpo Willman DP 01/17
2016 DELPHIC AND ODYSSEAN MONETARY POLICY SHOCKS: EVIDENCE FROM THE EURO-AREA Philippe Andrade, Filippo Ferroni DP 12/16
  VELOCITY IN THE LONG RUN: MONEY AND STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION Antonio Mele, Radoslaw Stefanski DP 11/16
  QUALITY GROWTH: FROM PROCESS TO PRODUCT INNOVATION ALONG THE PATH OF DEVELOPMENT Esteban Jaimovich DP 10/16
  TRUTH-TRACKING JUDGMENT AGGREGATION OVER INTERCONNECTED ISSUES Irem Bozbay DP 09/16
  EXACT LIKELIHOOD INFERENCE IN GROUP INTERACTION NETWORK MODELS Grant Hillier, Federico Martellosio DP 08/16
  EXACT PROPERTIES OF THE MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATOR IN SPATIAL AUTOREGRESSIVE MODELS Grant Hillier, Federico Martellosio DP 07/16
  THE EFFECT OF FINANCIAL REGULATION MANDATE ON INFLATION BIAS: A DYNAMIC PANEL APPROACH Diana Lima, Ioannis Lazopoulos, Vasco Gabriel DP 06/16
  SHORT SALES AND SHAREHOLDERS' UNANIMITY Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Mario R. Pascoa and Guillermo Ramírez DP 05/16
  ON THE EFFICIENCY OF MONETARY EQUILIBRIUM WHEN AGENTS ARE WARY Aloisio Araujo, Juan Pablo Gama-Torres, Rodrigo Novinski and Mario R. Pascoa DP 04/16
  AN ESTIMATED DSGE OPEN-ECONOMY MODEL OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY WITH FINANCIAL FRICTIONS Vasco Gabriel, Paul Levine and Bo Yang DP 03/16
  ON THE PERSISTENCE OF CROSS-COUNTRY INEQUALITY MEASURES Dimitris Christopoulos and Peter McAdam DP 02/16
  AGENT-BASED MACROECONOMICS AND DYNAMIC STOCHASTIC GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELS: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? Özge Dilaver, Robert Jump and Paul Levine DP 01/16
2015 OPTIMAL FISCAL AND MONETARY POLICY, DEBT CRISIS AND MANAGEMENT Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Joseph Pearlman DP 05/15
  EFFICIENCY, INEFFICIENCY AND THE MENA FRONTIER Dimitris Christopoulos and Peter McAdam DP 04/15
  CONSISTENT ESTIMATION IN LARGE HETEROGENEOUS PANELS WITH MULTIFACTOR STRUCTURE AND ENDOGENEITY Giovanni Forchini, Bin Jiang and Bin Peng DP 03/15
  ON THE PERILS OF STABILIZING PRICES WHEN AGENTS ARE LEARNING Antonio Mele, Krisztina Molnár and Sergio Santoro DP 02/15
  MILITARY AID, DIRECT INTERVENTION AND COUN TER TERRORISM Maria Garcia-Alonso, Paul Levine and Ron Smith DP 01/15
2014 DIFFUSION OF MULTIPLE INFORMATION Nicole Tabasso DP 09/14
  THE INTERNATIONAL POLICY TRILEMMA IN THE POST-BRETTON WOODS ERA Alex Mandilaras DP 08/14
  DEEP VERSUS SUPERFICIAL HABIT: IT’S ALL IN THE PERSISTENCE Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine and Giovanni Melina DP 07/14
  TRANSITIONS IN EXCHANGE RATE REGIMES IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras DP 06/14
  DOES TENURE MAKE RESEARCHERS LESS PRODUCTIVE? THE CASE OF THE “SPECIALIST” João Ricardo Faria and Peter McAdam DP 05/14
  CES TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS CYCLE FLUCTUATIONS Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang DP 04/14
  RISK AVERSION IN A MODEL OF ENDOGENOUS GROWTH Christian Chiglino and Nicole Tabasso DP 03/14
  KANT’S ENDOGENOUS GROWTH MECHANISM Gabriel Fagan, Vitor Gaspar and Peter McAdam DP 02/14
  A GENERAL RESULT ON OBSERVATIONAL EQUIVALENCE IN A CLASS OF NONPARAMETRIC STRUCTURAL EQUATIONS MODELS Giovanni Forchini DP 01/14
2013 SHOCKING STUFF: TECHNOLOGY, HOURS, AND FACTOR SUBSTITUTION Cristiano Cantore, Miguel A. León-Ledesma, Peter McAdam and Alpo Willman DP 09/13
  FROM SOCIAL CONTRACT TO ARAB SPRING: MACROECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT UNDER REGIME CHANGE João Ricardo Faria and Peter Mc Adam DP 08/13
  ON HABIT AND THE SOCIALLY EFFICIENT LEVEL OF CONSUMPTION AND WORK EFFORT Paul Levine, Peter McAdam and Peter Welz DP 07/13
  STANDARDS, LEARNING AND GROWTH IN BRITAIN 1901-2009 Christopher Spencer and Paul Temple DP 06/13
  MONETARY AND FISCAL RULES IN NORMAL AND ABNORMAL TIMES Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Joseph Pearlman DP 05/13
  THE RBC VIEW OF PAKISTAN: A DECLARATION OF STYLIZED FACTS AND ESSENTIAL MODELS M. Ali Choudhary and Farooq Pasha DP 04/13
  WAGE GROWTH AND HUMAN CAPITAL IN THE UK FINANCE SECTOR Joanne Lindley DP 03/13
  STICKY WAGES IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: LESSONS FROM STRUCTURED INTERVIEWS IN PAKISTAN Waqas Ahmed, M. Ali Choudhary, Sajawal Khan, Saima Mahmood and Gylfi Zoega DP 02/13
  BOOTSTRAPPING TESTS FOR JUMPS WITH AN APPLICATION TO TEST AVERAGING Ana-Maria Dumitru DP 01/13
2012 EFFICIENT SIMULATION OF DSGE MODELS WITH INEQUALITY CONSTRAINTS Tom Holden and Michael Paetz DP 16/12
  LEARNING FROM LEARNERS Tom Holden DP 15/12
  MEDIUM-FREQUENCY CYCLES AND THE REMARKABLE NEAR TREND-STATIONARITY OF OUTPUT Tom Holden DP 14/12
  EXPLAINING SHIFTS IN EXCHANGE RATE REGIMES Graham Bird, Alex Mandilaras and Helen Popper DP 13/12
  WILL EUROPE'S FISCAL COMPACT HELP AVOID FUTURE ECONOMIC CRISES? Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras DP 12/12
  MEASURING FINANCIAL CONTAGION WITH EXTREME COEXCEEDANCES Apostolos Thomadakis DP 11/12
  IMPERFECT INFORMATION, OPTIMAL MONETARY POLICY AND INFORMATIONAL CONSISTENCY Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang DP 10/12
  TECHNOLOGY, UTILIZATION AND INFLATION: WHAT DRIVES THE NEW KEYNESIAN PHILLIPS CURVE? Peter McAdam and Alpo Willman DP 09/12
  OPENNESS, EFFICIENCY AND TECHNOLOGY: AN INDUSTRY ASSESSMENT Dimitris Christopoulos and Peter McAdam DP 08/12
  ENDOGENOUS GROWTH AND CONSUMPTION AGGREGATION Nicole Tabasso DP 07/12
  CONTAGION OR FLIGHT-TO-QUALITY PHENOMENA IN STOCK AND BOND RETURNS Apostolos Thomadakis DP 06/12
  A FISCAL STIMULUS WITH DEEP HABITS AND OPTIMAL MONETARY POLICY Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Bo Yang DP 05/12
  A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON THE GOLD STANDARD: INFLATION AS A POPULATION PHENOMENON Joao Ricardo Faria and Peter McAdam DP 04/12
  STRUCTURAL EQUATIONS AND INVARIANCE Giovanni Forchini DP 03/12
  BANK LENDING AND MONETARY SHOCKS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION Amjad Ali, M. Ali Choudhary, Shah Hussain and Vasco J. Gabriel DP 02/12
  CONSISTENT ESTIMATION OF PANEL DATA MODELS WITH A MULTI-FACTOR ERROR STRUCTURE Ben Ping and Giovanni Forchini DP 01/12
2011 A FISCAL STIMULUS AND JOBLESS RECOVERY Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine and Giovanni Melina DP 11/11
  FORMAL SECTOR PRICE DISCOVERIES: RESULTS FROM A DEVELOPING COUNTRY M. Ali Choudhary, Saima Naeem, Abdul Faheem, Nadim Haneef and Farooq Pasha DP 10/11
  DELEGATION TO INDEPENDENT REGULATORS AND THE RATCHET EFFECT Joanne Evans, Paul Levine, Neil Rickman and Francesc Trillas DP 09/11
  IDENTIFICATION OF MONETARY POLICY IN SVAR MODELS: A DATA-ORIENTED PERSPECTIVE Matteo Fragetta and Giovanni Melina DP 08/11
  INFORMALITY, FRICTIONS AND MONETARY POLICY Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine, Emanuela Lotti and Bo Yang DP 07/11
  IS THERE A BEIJING CONSENSUS ON INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMIC POLICY? Graham Bird, Alex Mandilaras and Helen Popper DP 06/11
  GETTING NORMALIZATION RIGHT: DEALING WITH 'DIMENSIONAL CONSTANTS' IN MACROECONOMICS Cristiano Cantore and Paul Levine DP 05/11
  AGGREGATE STABILITY AND BALANCED-BUDGET RULES Matteo Ghilardi and Raffaele Rossi DP 04/11
  TRILEMMA STABILITY AND INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMIC ARCHETYPES
IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES
Helen Popper, Alex Mandilaras and Graham Bird DP 03/11
  THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF INFORMALITY Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine & Emanuela Lotti DP 02/11
  THE GENDER DIMENSION OF TECHNICAL CHANGE AND TASK INPUTS Joanne Lindley  DP 01/11
2010 AN ESTIMATED DSGE MODEL OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY Vasco J Gabriel, Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman & Bo Yang DP 12/10
  AN EFFICIENT TEST OF FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY Vasco J Gabriel & Pataaree Sangduan DP 11/10
  THE COST CHANNEL RECONSIDERED: A COMMENT USING AN IDENTIFICATION-ROBUST APPROACH Vasco J Gabriel & Luis F Martins DP 10/10
  COINTEGRATION TESTS UNDER MULTIPLE REGIME SHIFTS: AN APPLICATION TO THE STOCK PRICE-DIVIDEND RELATIONSHIP Vasco J Gabriel & Luis F Martins DP 09/10
  A COMPARISON OF EARNINGS AND OCCUPATIONAL ATTAINMENT OF REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS AND ECONOMIC IMMIGRANTS IN THE UK Rukhsana Kausar & Stephen Drinkwater DP 08/10
  OPTIMAL INTERMEDIATION UNDER AGGREGATE CONSUMPTION UNCERTAINTY Ioannis Lazopoulos DP 07/10
  MIGRATION, SKILL COMPOSITION AND GROWTH Young-Bae Kim, Paul Levine & Emanuela Lotti DP 06/10
  THE GENDER DIMENSION OF TECHNICAL CHANGE AND JOB POLARISATION Jo Lindley DP 05/10
  A FLOATING VERSUS MANAGED EXCHANGE RATE REGIME IN A DSGE MODEL OF INDIA Nicoletta Batini, Vaco Gabriel, Paul Levine & Joseph Pearlman DP 04/10
  ENDOGENOUS PERSISTENCE IN AN ESTIMATED DSGE MODEL UNDER IMPERFECT INFORMATION Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman, George Perendia & Bo Yang DP 03/10
  MONETARY POLICY IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD: PROBABILITY MODELS AND THE DESIGN OF ROBUST MONETARY RULES Paul Levine DP 02/10
  IS THE OVER-EDUCATION WAGE PENALTY PERMANENT? Joanne Lindley & Steven McIntosh DP 01/10
2009 INFORMAL LABOUR AND CREDIT MARKETS: A SURVEY Nicoletta Batini, Young-Bae Kim, Paul Levine & Emanuela Lotti DP 06/09
  ONCE BITTEN: THE EFFECT OF IMF PROGRAMS ON SUBSEQUENT RESERVE BEHAVIOUR Graham Bird & Alex Mandilaras DP 05/09
  REFORM AND COMPETITIVE SELECTION IN CHINA: AN ANALYSIS OF FIRM EXITS Qing Gong Yang & Paul Temple DP 04/09
  ASSESSING FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY SUBJECT TO POLICY CHANGES: A MARKOV SWITCHING COINTEGRATION APPROACH Vasco Gabriel & Pataaree Sangduan DP 03/09
  MILITARY EXPENDITURE AND ECONOMIC GROWTH LITERATURE: A META-ANALYSIS Aynur Alptekin & Paul Levine DP 02/09
  CONFLICT, GROWTH AND WELFARE: CAN INCREASING PROPERTY RIGHTS REALLY BE COUNTERPRODUCTIVE? Aynur Alptekin & Paul Levine DP 01/09
2008 IS THERE A TRADE-OFF BETWEEN REGIONAL GROWTH AND NATIONAL INCOME? THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM THE EU Young-Bae Kim DP 10/08
  HAPPINESS INERTIA: ANALYTICAL ASPECTS OF THE EASTERLIN PARADOX Ali Choudhary, Paul Levine, Peter McAdam & Peter Welz DP 09/08
  NEURAL NETWORK MODELS FOR INFLATION FORECASTING: AN APPRAISAL Ali Choudhary & Adnan Haider DP 08/08
  ENTREPRENEURSHIP, SPILLOVERS AND PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN THE SMALL FIRM SECTOR OF UK MANUFACTURING Hany El Shamy & Paul Temple DP 07/08
  TAYLOR-TYPE RULES VERSUS OPTIMAL POLICY IN A MARKOV-SWITCHING ECONOMY Fernando Alexandre, Pedro Bassao & Vasco Gabriel DP 06/08
  HOW FORWARD-LOOKING IS THE FED? DIRECT ESTIMATES FROM A 'CALVO-TYPE' RULE Vasco Gabriel, Paul Levine & Christopher Spencer DP 05/08
  ON THE (IR)RELEVANCE OF DIRECT SUPPLY-SIDE EFFECTS OF MONETARY POLICY> Vasco Gabriel, Paul Levine, Christopher Spencer & Bo Yang DP 04/08
  PANIC ON THE STREETS OF LONDON: POLICE, CRIME AND THE JULY 2005 TERROR ATTACKS Mirko Draca, Stephen Machin & Robert Witt DP 03/08
  ROBUST INFLATION-TARGETING RULES AND THE GAINS FROM INTERNATIONAL POLICY COORDINATION> Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman & Peter Welz DP 02/08
  DETERMINING CONSTITUENCY MARGINALITY IN THE UK USING THE EXPENSE CLAIMS OF MPS Tim Bale, Barry Reilly & Robert Witt DP 01/08

2007 and earlier

This list combines archived discussion and working papers in four separate series:

  • Department of Economics Discussion paper series (ECON, DP)
  • Surrey Centre for International Economic Studies Working paper series (SCIES)
  • Surrey Energy Economics Discussion paper series (SEEDS)

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Year Title Authors Series
2007 The Determinants of Base Pay and the Role of Race in Major League Soccer: Evidence from the 2007 League Season Barry Reilly & Robert Witt DP 19/07
  The Credibility Problem Revisited: Thirty Years On From Kydland and Prescott Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman & Bo Yang DP 18/07
  Fiscal Policy in a Monetary Union: Can Fiscal Cooperation Be Counterproductive? Luisa Lambertini, Paul Levine & Joseph Pearlman DP 17/07
  Estimating DSGE Models Under Partial Information Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman & George Perendia DP 16/07
  Growth and Welfare Effects of East-West European Migration Paul Levine, Emanuela Lotti, Joseph Pearlman & Richard Pierse DP 15/07
  What Macroeconomics Conditions Best Explain Southeast Asian Capital Flows? Alex Mandilaras & Helen Popper DP 14/07
  Foreign Exchange Pressures in Latin America: Does Debt Matter? Graham Bird & Alex Mandilaras DP 13/07
  Revisiting Mrs. Machlup's Wardrobe: The Accumulation of International Reserves, 1992-2001 Graham Bird & Alex Mandilaras DP 12/07
  Channel Trading and Imperfect Competition: Good Trades and Bad Trades Paul Levine & Neil Rickman DP 11/07
  Optimal Administered Incentive Pricing of Spectrum Paul Levine & Neil Rickman DP 10/07
  Monetary Policy Coordination Revisited in a Two-Block DSGE Model Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman & Richard Pierse DP 09/07
  Monetary Rules in Emerging Economies with Financial Market Imperfections Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine & Joseph Pearlman DP 08/07
  Robust Monetary Rules Under Unstructured and Structured Model Uncertainty Paul Levine & Joseph Pearlman DP 07/07
  Spectrum Property Rights Versus A Commons Model: Exploitation of Mesh Networks Paul Levine, Klaus Moessner & Neil Rickman DP 06/07
  Anglo-Dutch, Split-Award Spectrum Actions with a Downstream Market Parimal Bag, Paul Levine & Neil Rickman DP 05/07
  The IMF:A Bird's Eye View of its Role and Operations Graham Bird DP 04/07
  Accounting for Intergenerational Income Persistence: Noncognitive Skills, Ability and Education Jo Blanden, Paul Gregg & Lindsey MacMillan DP 03/07
  The IMF'S Role in Mobilizing Private Capital Flows: Are There Grounds for Catalytic Conversion? Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 02/07
  The Analysis of Catalysis: IMF Programs and Private Capital Flows Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 01/07
2006 Lobbies, Delegation and the Under-Investment Problem in Regulation Joanne Evans, Paul Levine & Fransesc Trillas DP 20/06
  Labour Market and Investment Effects of Remittances Stephen Drinkwater, Paul Levine & Emanuela Lotti DP 19/06
  What Determines the Implementation of IMF Programs? Ozlem Arpac, Graham Bird & Alex Mandilaras DP 18/06
  Poles Apart? EU Enlargement and the Labour Market Outcomes of Immigrants in the UK Stephen Drinkwater, John Eade & Michal Garapich DP 17/06
  Explaining IMF Arrangements: Was Asia Different? Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 16/06
  The Implementation of IMF Programs: A Conceptual Framework Graham Bird DP 15/06
  Measurement, Technological Capability, and Intra-Industry Trade: Evidence from the EU Ali Choudhary, Paul Temple & Lei Zhao DP 14/06
  Mind the Gap: A Comment on Aggregate Productivity and Technology Ali Choudhary & Vasco Gabriel DP 13/06
  Dynamics and Diversity: Ethnic Employment Differences in England and Wales, 1991 - 2001 Kenneth Clark & Stephen Drinkwater DP 12/06
  The Dynamic Wage Bargaining Problem Renuka Metcalfe DP 11/06
  Terminal Conditions in Forward-Looking Economics Model Richard Pierse DP 10/06
  Optimal Control in Nonlinear Models: A Generalised Gauss-Newton Algorithm with Analytic Derivatives Richard Pierse DP 09/06
  Central Bank Independence and the "Free Lunch Puzzle": A New Perspective Ali al-Nowaihi, Paul Levine & Alex Mandilaras DP 08/06
  Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Latent Separability Ian A. Crawford DP 07/06
  Reaction Functions of Bank of England MPC Members: Insiders Versus Outsiders Christopher Spencer DP 06/06
  The 24/7 Society and Multiple Habits Ali Choudhary & Paul Levine DP 05/06
  Public Debt Maturity and Currency Crises Paul Levine, Alexandros Mandilaras & Jun Wang DP 04/06
  The Dissent Voting Behaviour of Bank of England MPC Members Christopher Spencer DP 03/06
  Robust Estimates of the New Keynesian Phillips Curve Luis Martins & Vasco Gabriel DP 02/06
  Price Regulation and the Commitment Problem: Can Limited Capture be Beneficial? Paul Levine, Neil Rickman & Francesc Trillas DP 01/06
2005 A Note on: Jury Size and the Free Rider Problem Parimal Kanti, Paul Levine & Christopher Spencer DP 17/05
  The Hazard of Being an English Football League Manager: Empirical Estimates from the 2002/3 Season Ray Bachan, Barry Reilly & Robert Witt DP 16/05
  Consensus Formation in Monetary Policy Committees Christopher Spencer DP 15/05
  On the Stability of the Wealth Effect Fernando Alexandre, Pedro Bagco & Vasco Gabriel DP 14/05
  IMF Quotas: Constructing an International Organisation Using Inferior Building Blocks Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 13/05
  A Nonparametric Test of Stochastic Dominance in Multivariate Distributions Ian Crawford DP 12/05
  The IMF and the Mobilization of Foreign Aid Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 11/05
  Identifying Externalities in UK Manufacturing Using Direct Estimation of an Average Cost Function Ciaran Driver, Paul Temple & Giovanni Urga DP 10/05
  Should it be Curtains for Some of the IMF's Lending Windows? Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 09/05
  Contrasts Between Classes of Assets in Fixed Investment Equations as a Way of Testing Real Option Theory Ciaran Driver, Paul Temple & Giovanni Urga DP 08/05
  Bi-Polar Disorder: Exchange Rate Regimes, Economics Crises and the IMF Graham Bird & Dane Rowlands DP 07/05
  The Viability of Economics Reform Programs Supported by the International Financial Institutions Graham Bird, Wolfgang Mayer & Alex Mourmouras DP 06/05
  Over-optimism and the IMF Graham Bird DP 05/05
  Explaining the Diversity of Industry Investment Responses to Uncertainty Using Long Run Panel Survey Data Ciaran Driver, Paul Temple & Giovanni Urga DP 04/05
  Revealed Preference Analysis of Characteristics Models Laura Blow, Martin Browning & Ian Crawford DP 03/05
  Beneficial Collusion in Corruption Control: The Case of Nonmonetary Penalties Mehmet Bac & Parimal Kanti Bag DP 02/05
  Favouritism and Financial Incentives: A Natural Experiment Neil Rickman & Robert Witt DP 01/05
2004 Everyone's a Winner? Union Effects on Persistence in Private Sector Wage Settlements: Longitudinal Evidence from Britain Donna Brown, Peter Ingram & Jonathan Wadsworth DP 11/04
  Institutions and Long-Run Growth in the UK: The Role of Standards Paul Temple, Robert Witt & Chris Spencer DP 10/04
  Strategic Procurement, Openness and Market Structure Maria Garcia-Alonso & Paul Levine DP 09/04
  Robust Inflation-Forecast-Based Rules to Shield Against Indeterminacy Nicoletta Batini, Alejandro Justiniano, Paul Levine & Joseph Pearlman DP 08/04
  Can Risk Aversion in Firms Reduce Unemployment Persistence? Ali Choudhary & Paul Levine DP 07/04
  Migration and Labour Market Differences: The Case of Wales Stephen Drinkwater & David Blackaby DP 06/04
  The Transition from Welfare to Work Robert J. Lemke, Robert J. Witt & Ann Dryden Witte DP 05/04
  Connecting People Ali Choudhary DP 04/04
  Liability, Insurance and Defensive Medicine: New Evidence Paul Fenn, Alastair Gray & Neil Rickman DP 03/04
  Indeterminacy with Inflation-Forecast-Based Rules in a Two-Bloc Model Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine & Joseph Pearlman DP 02/04
  Shareholder Value or Competitive Advantage? Evidence from Hurdle Rates Ciaran Driver & Paul Temple DP 01/04
2003 Estimating the Willingness to Move within Great Britain: Importance and Implications Stephen Drinkwater DP 12/03
  Are Performance Conditions on Executive Options Driven by Fundamentals? Ali Choudhary & J. Michael Orszag DP 11/03
  The Implementation of IMF Programmes: A Conceptual Framework and a Policy Agenda Graham Bird DP 10/03
  Have Industrial Relations in the UK Really Improved? Stephen Drinkwater & Peter Ingram DP 09/03
  Pay Settlements and Nominal Wage Rigidity in Britain Donna Brown, Peter Ingram & Jonathan Wadsworth DP 08/03
  Determinants of Employee Crime in the UK Neil Rickman & Robert Witt DP 07/03
  Price Regulation, Investment and the Commitment Problem Neil Rickman & Paul Levine DP 06/03
  Go West? Assessing the Willingness to Move from Central and Eastern European Counties Stephen Drinkwater DP 05/03
  Independent Utility Regulators: Lessons from Monetary Policy Paul Levine, Jon Stern & Francesc Trillas DP 04/03
  Self-Stabilizing Firms and Unemployment Persistence Ali Choudhary & Paul Levine DP 03/03
  The Immigration Surplus Revisited in a General Equilibrium Model with Endogenous Growth Paul Levine, Emanuela Lotti & Joseph Pearlman DP 02/03
  The Economics Impact of Migration: A Survey Stephen Drinkwater, Paul Levine, Emanuela Lotti & Joseph Pearlman DP 01/03
2002 Back from the Dead? The Return of Energy Policy Colin Robinson SEEDS 104
2000 An Empirical Analysis of the Long-run Energy Demand in Japan: 1887-1998 Yasushi Ninomiya SEEDS 103
  Efficiency and Performance in the Gas Industry David Hawdon SEEDS 102
  A general approach to the solution of nonlinear rational expectations models Andrew P. Blake and Richard G. Pierse ECON 4/00
  Crime causation: economic theories Ann Dryden Witte and Robert Witt ECON 3/00
  Public debt and inflation: the role of inflation-sensitive instruments Alexandros Mandilaras and Paul Levine ECON 2/00
  Patient Choice and Primary Care Heather Gage and Neil Rickman ECON 1/00
  Moving towards competition in water: lessons from Gas and Electricity regulation Colin Robinson SEEDS 101
  UK privatisation: retrospect and prospect Clare Spottiswoode, Eileen Marshall, Michael Parker and Frank Cronin SEEDS 100
  Modelling technical progress: an application of the stochastic trend model to UK energy demand Lester C. Hunt, Guy Judge and Yasushi Ninomiya SEEDS 99
1999 Regional variations of the demand for arms trade: an empirical study of global panel data Fotis Mouzakis ECON 2/99
  The influence of uncertainty of investment in the UK: a macro or micro phenomenon? Paul Temple, Ciaran Diver and Giovanni Urga ECON 1/99
  Regulatory reform of the UK Gas market - the case of the storage auction David Hawdon and Nicola Stevens SEEDS 98
  Estimating the demand for energy in Jordan: a Stock-Watson dynamic OLS (DOLS) approach Ahmed Al-Azzam and David Hawdon SEEDS 97
  Catalysis of direct borrowing: the role of the IMF in mobilising private capital Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands SCIES 99/7
  IMF lending: how is it affected by economic, political and institutional factors? Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands SCIES 99/6
  Does IMF conditionality signal policy credibility to markets? Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands SCIES 99/5
  Does the World Bank catalyse other financial flows? Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands SCIES 99/4
  The catalyzing role of policy-based lending by the IMF and the World Bank: fact or fiction? Graham Bird, Antonella Mori and Dane Rowlands SCIES 99/3
  Do the multilaterals catalyse other capital flows? What evidence does the case study evidence show? Graham Bird, Antonella Mori and Dane Rowlands SCIES 99/2
  Reforming the IMF: long term lessons from short-term crises Graham Bird SCIES 99/1
1998 The policy of power and the power of policy: energy policy in Honduras Lester C. Hunt, Claudio Salgado and Andy Thorpe SEEDS 96
  Efficiency considerations in the Electricity supply industry: the case of Iran Ali Emami Meibodi SEEDS 95
  Economic models of OPEC behaviour and the role of Saudi Arabia Nourah A. Al-Yousef SEEDS 94
  Growing at different rates Thomas Krichel ECON 01/98
  Modelling Saudi Arabia behaviour in the world oil market 1976-1996 Nourah A. Al-Yousef SEEDS 93
  The socio-economic impact of renewable energy technologies Hayley Myles SEEDS 92
  Pressure groups and political forces in Britain's privatisation programme Colin Robinson SEEDS 91
  Mutual deposit taking: a welfare analysis Alistair Milne SCIES 98/2
  Bank capital and risk taking Alistair Milne and A. Elizabeth Whalley SCIES 98/1
1997 The welfare economics of rural to urban migration: the Harris-Todaro model revisited Thomas Krichel and Paul Levine ECON 02/97
  Fiscal policy after Maastricht Marco Catenaro ECON 01/97
  Environmental information and the demand for super unleaded petrol in the UK Roger Fouquet SEEDS 90
  Monetary union: the ins and outs of strategic delegation Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman SCIES 97/6
  Domestic procurement, subsidies and the arms trade Mary Carmen Garcia-Alonso and Paul Levine SCIES 97/5
  Conditionally, credibility and catalysis: a theory discredited Graham Bird SCIES 97/4
  How important is sound domestic macroeconomics in attracting capital inflows to developing countries? Graham Bird SCIES 97/3
  The catalytic effect of lending by the international financial institutions? Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands SCIES 97/2
  Is Asian growth a threat to the West? Paul Levine SCIES 97/1
1996 Contingent fees and litigation settlement Neil Rickman ECON 09/96
  The arms trade: some theories and econometrics Paul Levine, Fotis Mouzakis and Ron Smith ECON 08/96
  Are higher long-term unemployment rates associated with higher crime? Robert Witt, Alan Clarke and Nigel Fielding ECON 07/96
  Common stochastic trends, cycles and sectoral fluctuations: a study of output in the UK Anthony Garratt and Richard G. Pierse ECON 06/96
  Explaining breast cancer mortality in England: the effect of socio-economic factors and health care services Heather Gage and Roger Fouquet ECON 05/96
  The role of screening in reducing invasive cervical cancer registrations in England Roger Fouquet and Heather Gage ECON 4/96
  Crime, regions and the labour market Robert Witt, Alan Clarke and Nigel Fielding ECON 3/96
  Population health outcome indicators and public health policy formation in England Heather Gage and Roger Fouquet ECON 2/96
  The level and power of the bootstrap t-test in the trend model with AR(1) errors John C. Nankervis and N. E. Savin ECON 1/96
  Buffer stock saving with uninsurable income shocks Alistair Milne and A. Elizabeth Whalley online 9604
  New analysis of a model of time to build Alistair Milne and A. Elizabeth Whalley online 9603
  Dynamic aspect of growth and fiscal policy Thomas Krichel and Paul Levine online 9601
  Petrol price asymmetries revisited Barry Reilly and Robert Witt SEEDS 89
  UK energy policy: findings from two surveys Peter J G Pearson and Roger Fouquet SEEDS 87
  The effectiveness of conditionality and the political economy of policy reform: is it simply a matter of political will? Graham Bird SCIES 96/0
  The rise and fall of the SDR: the political economy of an international reserve asset Graham Bird SCIES 96/9
  Phases of imitation and innovation in a North-South endogenous growth model David Currie, Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Michael Chui SCIES 96/8
  Independent but accountable: Walsh contracts and the credibility problem Ali al-Nowaihi and Paul Levine SCIES 96/7
  Does pre-commitment raise growth? Dynamic aspects of growth and fiscal policy Paul Levine and Thomas Krichel SCIES 96/6
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