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Our discussion and working papers are broken in three different series: the School of Economics discussion paper series (ECON, DP), the Surrey Centre for International Economic Studies working paper series (SCIES) and the Surrey Energy Economics discussion paper series (SEEDS).

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    Information, VARs and DSGE models Paul Levine DP 16/19 (PDF)

    Sovereign debt overhang, expenditure composition and debt restructurings

    Hyungseok Joo DP 15/19 (PDF)
    On the strategic benefits of diversity Martin Kaae Jensen DP 14/19 (PDF)

    Understanding access barriers to public services: lessons from a randomised domestic violence intervention

    Martin F. Koppensteiner

    DP 13/19 (PDF)

    Designing robust monetary policy using prediction pools

    Szabolcs Deák, Paul Levine

    DP 12/19 (PDF)

    Sovereign debt restructurings: delays in renegotiations and risk averse creditors
    Hyungseok Joo DP 11/19 (PDF)

    Violence and human capital investments

    Martin F. Koppensteiner

    DP 10/19 (PDF)

    No-trade and refined equilibria for secured loans in infinite horizon

    Mario Pascoa

    DP 09/19 (PDF)

    Crashing of efficient stochastic bubbles

    Mario Pascoa

    DP 08/19 (PDF)

    Recourse loans and Ponzi schemes

    Mario Pascoa

    DP 07/19 (PDF)

    Endogenous discounting, wariness, and efficient capital taxation

    Mario Pascoa

    DP 06/19 (PDF)

    Standard setting organizations, information flows and business strategies: an empirical investigation

    Paul Temple

    DP 05/19 (PDF)

    Policy mandates and institutional architecture

    Ioannis Lazopoulos, Vasco J. Gabriel

    DP 04/19 (PDF)

    The state of DSGE modelling

    Paul Levine

    DP 03/19 (PDF)

    Behavioural new Keynesian models

    Robert Calvert Jump, Paul Levine

    DP 02/19 (PDF)

    Optimal taxation and debt management without commitment

    Ricardo Nunes

    DP 01/19 (PDF)

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    Effects of market structure and patient choice on hospital quality for planned patients

    Giuseppe Moscelli, Hugh Gravelle, Luigi Siciliani

    DP 11/18 (PDF)

    Inflation expectations and non-linearities in the Philips curve

    Ricardo Nunes

    DP 10/18 (PDF)

    The economic effects of Brexit - evidence from the stock market

    Holger Breinlich, Elsa Leromain, Dennis Novy, Thomas Sampson, Ahmed Usman

    DP 09/18 (PDF)

    Merger policy in a quantitative model of
    international trade

    Holger Breinlich, Volker Nockez, Nicolas Schutzx

    DP 08/18 (PDF)

    Institutional setups of monetary policy and banking regulation and supervision - a survey

    Diana Lima

    DP 07/18 (PDF)

    Bootstrap inference for penalized gmm estimators with oracle properties

    Lorenzo Camponovo

    DP 06/18 (PDF)

    Relative error accurate statistic based on non-parametric likelihood

    Lorenzo Camponovo, Taisuke Otsu

    DP 05/18 (PDF)

    Predictability hidden by anomalous observations

    Lorenzo Camponovo, Olivier Scaillet, Fabio Trojani

    DP 04/18 (PDF)

    Non-parametric likelihood for volatility under high frequency data

    Lorenzo Camponovo, Yukitoshi Matsushita, Taisuke Otsu

    DP 03/18 (PDF)

    Financial crisis, monetary base expansion and risk

    Stylianos Tsiaras

    DP 02/18 (PDF)

    Roadways, input sourcing, and patterns of specialisation

    Esteban Jaimovich

    DP 01/18 (PDF)

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    Reconciling Jaimovich-Rebello preferences, habit in consumption and labour supply Tom Holden, Paul Levine, Jonathan Swarbrick DP 10/17 (PDF)

    Internal rationality, heterogeneity, and complexity in the new Keynesian model

    Cars Hommes, Robert Calvert Jump, Paul Levine

    DP 09/17 (PDF)

    Internal rationality, learning and imperfect information

    Szabolcs Deák, Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman, Bo Yang

    DP 08/17 (PDF)

    Determinants of repo haircuts and bankruptcy

    Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Mario Pascoa, Guillermo Ramirez

    DP 07/17 (PDF)

    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 (PDF)

    Equilibrium in fx swap markets: funding pressures and the cross-currency basis

    Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Jaime Luque, Mario Pascoa

    DP 05/17 (PDF)

    Regulating the repo market: implications for leverage dynamics and bubbles

    Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Jaime Luque, Mario Pascoa

    DP 04/17 (PDF)

    Student academic performance and professional training year

    Panagiotis Arsenis, Miguel Flores

    DP 03/17 (PDF)

    Optimal fiscal and monetary policy, debt crisis and management

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina, Joseph Pearlman

    DP 02/17 (PDF)

    Unravelling the skill premium

    Peter mcadam, Alpo Willman

    DP 01/17 (PDF)

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    Delphic and Odyssean monetary policy shocks: evidence from the euro-area

    Philippe Andrade, Filippo Ferroni

    DP 12/16 (PDF)

    Velocity in the long run: money and structural transformation

    Antonio Mele, Radoslaw Stefanski

    DP 11/16 (PDF)

    Quality growth: from process to product innovation along the path of development

    Esteban Jaimovich

    DP 10/16 (PDF)

    Truth-tracking judgment aggregation over interconnected issues

    Irem Bozbay

    DP 09/16 (PDF)

    Exact likelihood inference in group interaction network models

    Grant Hillier, Federico Martellosio

    DP 08/16 (PDF)

    Exact properties of the maximum likelihood estimator in spatial autoregressive models

    Grant Hillier, Federico Martellosio

    DP 07/16 (PDF)

    The effect of financial regulation mandate on inflation bias: a dynamic panel approach

    Diana Lima, Ioannis Lazopoulos, Vasco Gabriel

    DP 06/16 (PDF)

    Short sales and shareholders' unanimity

    Jean-Marc Bottazzi, Mario R. Pascoa and Guillermo Ramírez

    DP 05/16 (PDF)

    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 (PDF)

    An estimated DSGE open-economy model of the Indian economy with financial frictions

    Vasco Gabriel, Paul Levine and Bo Yang

    DP 03/16 (PDF)

    On the persistence of cross-country inequality measures

    Dimitris Christopoulos and Peter mcadam

    DP 02/16 (PDF)

    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 (PDF)

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    Optimal fiscal and monetary policy, debt crisis and management

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 05/15 (PDF)

    Efficiency, inefficiency and the mena frontier

    Dimitris Christopoulos and Peter mcadam

    DP 04/15 (PDF)

    Consistent estimation in large heterogeneous panels with multifactor structure and endogeneity

    Giovanni Forchini, Bin Jiang and Bin Peng

    DP 03/15 (PDF)

    On the perils of stabilising prices when agents are learning

    Antonio Mele, Krisztina Molnár and Sergio Santoro

    DP 02/15 (PDF)

    Military aid, direct intervention and counter terrorism

    Maria Garcia-Alonso, Paul Levine and Ron Smith

    DP 01/15 (PDF)

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    Diffusion of multiple information

    Nicole Tabasso

    DP 09/14 (PDF)

    The international policy trilemma in the post-Bretton woods era

    Alex Mandilaras

    DP 08/14 (PDF)

    Deep versus superficial habit: it’s all in the persistence

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine and Giovanni Melina

    DP 07/14 (PDF)

    Transitions in exchange rate regimes in the aftermath of the global economic crisis

    Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 06/14 (PDF)

    Does tenure make researchers less productive? The case of the “specialist”

    João Ricardo Faria and Peter mcadam

    DP 05/14 (PDF)

    CES technology and business cycle fluctuations

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang

    DP 04/14 (PDF)

    Risk aversion in a model of endogenous growth

    Christian Chiglino and Nicole Tabasso

    DP 03/14 (PDF)

    Kant’s endogenous growth mechanism

    Gabriel Fagan, Vitor Gaspar and Peter mcadam

    DP 02/14 (PDF)

    A general result on observational equivalence in a class of nonparametric structural equations models

    Giovanni Forchini

    DP 01/14 (PDF)

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    Shocking stuff: technology, hours, and factor substitution

    Cristiano Cantore, Miguel A. León-Ledesma, Peter mcadam and Alpo Willman

    DP 09/13 (PDF)

    From social contract to Arab spring: macroeconomic adjustment under regime change

    João Ricardo Faria and Peter Mc Adam

    DP 08/13 (PDF)

    On habit and the socially efficient level of consumption and work effort

    Paul Levine, Peter mcadam and Peter Welz

    DP 07/13 (PDF)

    Standards, learning and growth in Britain 1901-2009

    Christopher Spencer and Paul Temple

    DP 06/13 (PDF)

    Monetary and fiscal rules in normal and abnormal times

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 05/13 (PDF)

    The RBC view of Pakistan: a declaration of stylized facts and essential models

    M. Ali Choudhary and Farooq Pasha

    DP 04/13 (PDF)

    Wage growth and human capital in the UK finance sector

    Joanne Lindley

    DP 03/13 (PDF)

    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 (PDF)

    Bootstrapping tests for jumps with an application to test averaging

    Ana-Maria Dumitru

    DP 01/13 (PDF)

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    Efficient simulation of DSGE models with inequality constraints

    Tom Holden and Michael Paetz

    DP 16/12 (PDF)

    Learning from learners

    Tom Holden

    DP 15/12 (PDF)

    Medium-frequency cycles and the remarkable near trend-stationarity of output

    Tom Holden

    DP 14/12 (PDF)

    Explaining shifts in exchange rate regimes

    Graham Bird, Alex Mandilaras and Helen Popper

    DP 13/12 (PDF)

    Will Europe’s fiscal compact help avoid future economic crises?

    Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 12/12 (PDF)

    Measuring financial contagion with extreme co-exceedances

    Apostolos Thomadakis

    DP 11/12 (PDF)

    Imperfect information, optimal monetary policy and informational consistency

    Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang

    DP 10/12 (PDF)

    Technology, utilisation and inflation: what drives the new Keynesian-Philips curve?

    Peter mcadam and Alpo Willman

    DP 09/12 (PDF)

    Openness, efficiency and technology: an industry assessment

    Dimitris Christopoulos and Peter mcadam

    DP 08/12 (PDF)

    Endogenous growth and consumption aggregation

    Nicole Tabasso

    DP 07/12 (PDF)

    Contagion or flight-to-quality phenomena in stock and bond returns

    Apostolos Thomadakis

    DP 06/12 (PDF)

    A fiscal stimulus with deep habits and optimal monetary policy

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine, Giovanni Melina and Bo Yang

    DP 05/12 (PDF)

    A new perspective on the gold standard: inflation as a population phenomenon

    Joao Ricardo Faria and Peter mcadam

    DP 04/12 (PDF)

    Structural equations and invariance

    Giovanni Forchini

    DP 03/12 (PDF)

    Bank lending and monetary shocks: an empirical investigation

    Amjad Ali, M. Ali Choudhary, Shah Hussain and Vasco J. Gabriel

    DP 02/12 (PDF)

    Consistent estimation of panel data models with a multi-factor error structure

    Ben Ping and Giovanni Forchini

    DP 01/12 (PDF)

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    A fiscal stimulus and jobless recovery

    Cristiano Cantore, Paul Levine and Giovanni Melina

    DP 11/11 (PDF)

    Formal sector price discoveries: results from a developing country

    M. Ali Choudhary, Saima Naeem, Abdul Faheem, Nadim Haneef and Farooq Pasha

    DP 10/11 (PDF)

    Delegation to independent regulators and the ratchet effect

    Joanne Evans, Paul Levine, Neil Rickman and Francesc Trillas

    DP 09/11 (PDF)

    Identification of monetary policy in SVAR models: a data-oriented perspective

    Matteo Fragetta and Giovanni Melina

    DP 08/11 (PDF)

    Informality, frictions and monetary policy

    Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine, Emanuela Lotti and Bo Yang

    DP 07/11 (PDF)

    Is there a Beijing consensus on international macroeconomic policy?

    Graham Bird, Alex Mandilaras and Helen Popper

    DP 06/11 (PDF)

    Getting normalisation right: dealing with 'dimensional constants' in macroeconomics

    Cristiano Cantore and Paul Levine

    DP 05/11 (PDF)

    Aggregate stability and balanced-budget rules

    Matteo Ghilardi and Raffaele Rossi

    DP 04/11 (PDF)

    Trilemma stability and international macroeconomic archetypes
    in developing economies

    Helen Popper, Alex Mandilaras and Graham Bird

    DP 03/11 (PDF)

    The costs and benefits of informality

    Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine and Emanuela Lotti

    DP 02/11 (PDF)

    The gender dimension of technical change and task inputs

    Joanne Lindley

    DP 01/11 (PDF)

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    An estimated DSGE model of the Indian economy

    Vasco J Gabriel, Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang

    DP 12/10 (PDF)

    An efficient test of fiscal sustainability

    Vasco J Gabriel and Pataaree Sangduan

    DP 11/10 (PDF)

    The cost channel reconsidered: a comment using an identification-robust approach

    Vasco J Gabriel and Luis F Martins

    DP 10/10 (PDF)

    Cointegration tests under multiple regime shifts: an application to the stock price-dividend relationship

    Vasco J Gabriel and Luis F Martins

    DP 09/10 (PDF)

    A comparison of earnings and occupational attainment of refugees and asylum seekers and economic immigrants in the UK

    Rukhsana Kausar and Stephen Drinkwater

    DP 08/10 (PDF)

    Optimal intermediation under aggregate consumption uncertainty

    Ioannis Lazopoulos

    DP 07/10

    Migration, skill composition and growth

    Young-Bae Kim, Paul Levine and Emanuela Lotti

    DP 06/10 (PDF)

    The gender dimension of technical change and job polarisation

    Jo Lindley

    DP 05/10 (PDF)

    A floating versus managed exchange rate regime in a dsge model of india

    Nicoletta Batini, Vaco Gabriel, Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 04/10 (PDF)

    Endogenous persistence in an estimated dsge model under imperfect information

    Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman, George Perendia and Bo Yang

    DP 03/10 (PDF)

    Monetary policy in an uncertain world: probability models and the design of robust monetary rules

    Paul Levine

    DP 02/10 (PDF)

    Is the over-education wage penalty permanent?

    Joanne Lindley and Steven mcintosh

    DP 01/10 (PDF)

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    Informal labour and credit markets: a survey

    Nicoletta Batini, Young-Bae Kim, Paul Levine and Emanuela Lotti

    DP 06/09 (PDF)

    Once bitten: the effect of IMF programs on subsequent reserve behaviour

    Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 05/09 (PDF)

    Reform and competitive selection in china: an analysis of firm exits

    Qing Gong Yang and Paul Temple

    DP 04/09 (PDF)

    Assessing fiscal sustainability subject to policy changes: a Markov switching cointegration approach

    Vasco Gabriel and Pataaree Sangduan

    DP 03/09 (PDF)

    Military expenditure and economic growth literature: a meta-analysis

    Aynur Alptekin and Paul Levine

    DP 02/09 (PDF)

    Conflict, growth and welfare: can increasing property rights really be counterproductive?

    Aynur Alptekin and Paul Levine

    DP 01/09 (PDF)

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    Is there a trade-off between regional growth and national income? Theory and evidence from the EU

    Young-Bae Kim

    DP 10/08 (PDF)

    Happiness inertia: analytical aspects of the Easterlin paradox

    Ali Choudhary, Paul Levine, Peter mcadam and Peter Welz

    DP 09/08 (PDF)

    Neural network models for inflation forecasting: an appraisal

    Ali Choudhary and Adnan Haider

    DP 08/08 (PDF)

    Entrepreneurship, spillovers and productivity growth in the small firm sector of UK manufacturing

    Hany El Shamy and Paul Temple

    DP 07/08 (PDF)

    Taylor-type rules versus optimal policy in a Markov-switching economy

    Fernando Alexandre, Pedro Bassao and Vasco Gabriel

    DP 06/08 (PDF)

    How forward-looking is the fed? Direct estimates from a 'calvo-type' rule

    Vasco Gabriel, Paul Levine and Christopher Spencer

    DP 05/08 (PDF)

    On the (ir)relevance of direct supply-side effects of monetary policy>

    Vasco Gabriel, Paul Levine, Christopher Spencer and Bo Yang

    DP 04/08 (PDF)

    Panic on the streets of London: police, crime and the July 2005 terror attacks

    Mirko Draca, Stephen Machin and Robert Witt

    DP 03/08 (PDF)

    Robust inflation-targeting rules and the gains from international policy coordination>

    Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Peter Welz

    DP 02/08 (PDF)

    Determining constituency marginality in the UK using the expense claims of MPS

    Tim Bale, Barry Reilly and Robert Witt

    DP 01/08 (PDF)

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    The determinants of base pay and the role of race in major league soccer: evidence from the 2007 league season

    Barry Reilly and Robert Witt

    DP 19/07 (PDF)

    The credibility problem revisited: thirty years on from Kydland and Prescott

    Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Bo Yang

    DP 18/07 (PDF)

    Fiscal policy in a monetary union: can fiscal cooperation be counterproductive?

    Luisa Lambertini, Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 17/07 (PDF)

    Estimating DSGE models under partial information

    Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and George Perendia

    DP 16/07 (PDF)

    Growth and welfare effects of east-west European migration

    Paul Levine, Emanuela Lotti, Joseph Pearlman and Richard Pierse

    DP 15/07 (PDF)

    What macroeconomics conditions best explain southeast Asian capital flows?

    Alex Mandilaras and Helen Popper

    DP 14/07 (PDF)

    Foreign exchange pressures in Latin America: does debt matter?

    Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 13/07 (PDF)

    Revisiting Mrs. Machlup's wardrobe: the accumulation of international reserves, 1992-2001

    Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 12/07 (PDF)

    Channel trading and imperfect competition: good trades and bad trades

    Paul Levine and Neil Rickman

    DP 11/07 (PDF)

    Optimal administered incentive pricing of spectrum

    Paul Levine and Neil Rickman

    DP 10/07 (PDF)

    Monetary policy coordination revisited in a two-block DSGE model

    Paul Levine, Joseph Pearlman and Richard Pierse

    DP 09/07 (PDF)

    Monetary rules in emerging economies with financial market imperfections

    Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 08/07 (PDF)

    Robust monetary rules under unstructured and structured model uncertainty

    Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 07/07 (PDF)

    Spectrum property rights versus a commons model: exploitation of mesh networks

    Paul Levine, Klaus Moessner and Neil Rickman

    DP 06/07 (PDF)

    Anglo-Dutch, split-award spectrum actions with a downstream market

    Parimal Bag, Paul Levine and Neil Rickman

    DP 05/07 (PDF)

    The IMF: a bird's eye view of its role and operations

    Graham Bird

    DP 04/07 (PDF)

    Accounting for intergenerational income persistence: noncognitive skills, ability and education

    Jo Blanden, Paul Gregg and Lindsey MacMillan

    DP 03/07 (PDF)

    The IMF's role in mobilizing private capital flows: are there grounds for catalytic conversion?

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 02/07 (PDF)

    The analysis of catalysis: IMF programs and private capital flows

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 01/07 (PDF)

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    Lobbies, delegation and the under-investment problem in regulation

    Joanne Evans, Paul Levine and Fransesc Trillas

    DP 20/06 (PDF)

    Labour market and investment effects of remittances

    Stephen Drinkwater, Paul Levine and Emanuela Lotti

    DP 19/06 (PDF)

    What determines the implementation of IMF programs?

    Ozlem Arpac, Graham Bird and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 18/06 (PDF)

    Poles apart? Eu enlargement and the labour market outcomes of immigrants in the UK

    Stephen Drinkwater, John Eade and Michal Garapich

    DP 17/06 (PDF)

    Explaining IMF arrangements: was Asia different?

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 16/06 (PDF)

    The implementation of IMF programs: a conceptual framework

    Graham Bird

    DP 15/06 (PDF)

    Measurement, technological capability, and intra-industry trade: evidence from the EU

    Ali Choudhary, Paul Temple and Lei Zhao

    DP 14/06 (PDF)

    Mind the gap: a comment on aggregate productivity and technology

    Ali Choudhary and Vasco Gabriel

    DP 13/06 (PDF)

    Dynamics and diversity: ethnic employment differences in England and Wales, 1991 - 2001

    Kenneth Clark and Stephen Drinkwater

    DP 12/06 (PDF)

    The dynamic wage bargaining problem

    Renuka Metcalfe

    DP 11/06 (PDF)

    Terminal conditions in forward-looking economics model

    Richard Pierse

    DP 10/06 (PDF)

    Optimal control in nonlinear models: a generalised gauss-newton algorithm with analytic derivatives

    Richard Pierse

    DP 09/06 (PDF)

    Central bank independence and the "free lunch puzzle": a new perspective

    Ali al-Nowaihi, Paul Levine and Alex Mandilaras

    DP 08/06 (PDF)

    Necessary and sufficient conditions for latent separability

    Ian A. Crawford

    DP 07/06 (PDF)

    Reaction functions of Bank of England MPC members: insiders versus outsiders

    Christopher Spencer

    DP 06/06 (PDF)

    The 24/7 society and multiple habits

    Ali Choudhary and Paul Levine

    DP 05/06 (PDF)

    Public debt maturity and currency crises

    Paul Levine, Alexandros Mandilaras and Jun Wang

    DP 04/06 (PDF)

    The dissent voting behaviour of bank of Bank of England MPC members

    Christopher Spencer

    DP 03/06 (PDF)

    Robust estimates of the new Keynesian Phillips curve

    Luis Martins and Vasco Gabriel

    DP 02/06 (PDF)

    Price regulation and the commitment problem: can limited capture be beneficial?

    Paul Levine, Neil Rickman and Francesc Trillas

    DP 01/06 (PDF)

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    A note on: jury size and the free rider problem

    Parimal Kanti, Paul Levine and Christopher Spencer

    DP 17/05 (PDF)

    The hazard of being an English football league manager: empirical estimates from the 2002/3 season

    Ray Bachan, Barry Reilly and Robert Witt

    DP 16/05 (PDF)

    Consensus formation in monetary policy committees

    Christopher Spencer

    DP 15/05 (PDF)

    On the stability of the wealth effect

    Fernando Alexandre, Pedro Bagco and Vasco Gabriel

    DP 14/05 (PDF)

    IMF quotas: constructing an international organisation using inferior building blocks

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 13/05 (PDF)

    A nonparametric test of stochastic dominance in multivariate distributions

    Ian Crawford

    DP 12/05 (PDF)

    The IMF and the mobilization of foreign aid

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 11/05 (PDF)

    Identifying externalities in UK manufacturing using direct estimation of an average cost function

    Ciaran Driver, Paul Temple and Giovanni Urga

    DP 10/05 (PDF)

    Should it be curtains for some of the IMF 's lending windows?

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 09/05 (PDF)

    Contrasts between classes of assets in fixed investment equations as a way of testing real option theory

    Ciaran Driver, Paul Temple and Giovanni Urga

    DP 08/05 (PDF)

    Bi-polar disorder: exchange rate regimes, economics crises and the IMF

    Graham Bird and Dane Rowlands

    DP 07/05 (PDF)

    The viability of economics reform programs supported by the international financial institutions

    Graham Bird, Wolfgang Mayer and Alex Mourmouras

    DP 06/05 (PDF)

    Over-optimism and the IMF

    Graham Bird

    DP 05/05 (PDF)

    Explaining the diversity of industry investment responses to uncertainty using long run panel survey data

    Ciaran Driver, Paul Temple and Giovanni Urga

    DP 04/05 (PDF)

    Revealed preference analysis of characteristics models

    Laura Blow, Martin Browning and Ian Crawford

    DP 03/05 (PDF)

    Beneficial collusion in corruption control: the case of nonmonetary penalties

    Mehmet Bac and Parimal Kanti Bag

    DP 02/05 (PDF)

    Favouritism and financial incentives: a natural experiment

    Neil Rickman and Robert Witt

    DP 01/05 (PDF)

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    Everyone's a winner? Union effects on persistence in private sector wage settlements: longitudinal evidence from Britain

    Donna Brown, Peter Ingram and Jonathan Wadsworth

    DP 11/04 (PDF)

    Institutions and long-run growth in the UK: the role of standards

    Paul Temple, Robert Witt and Chris Spencer

    DP 10/04 (PDF)

    Strategic procurement, openness and market structure

    Maria Garcia-Alonso and Paul Levine

    DP 09/04 (PDF)

    Robust inflation-forecast-based rules to shield against indeterminacy

    Nicoletta Batini, Alejandro Justiniano, Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 08/04 (PDF)

    Can risk aversion in firms reduce unemployment persistence?

    Ali Choudhary and Paul Levine

    DP 07/04 (PDF)

    Migration and labour market differences: the case of wales

    Stephen Drinkwater and David Blackaby

    DP 06/04 (PDF)

    The transition from welfare to work

    Robert J. Lemke, Robert J. Witt and Ann Dryden Witte

    DP 05/04 (PDF)

    Connecting people

    Ali Choudhary

    DP 04/04 (PDF)

    Liability, insurance and defensive medicine: new evidence

    Paul Fenn, Alastair Gray and Neil Rickman

    DP 03/04 (PDF)

    Indeterminacy with inflation-forecast-based rules in a two-bloc model

    Nicoletta Batini, Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman

    DP 02/04 (PDF)

    Shareholder value or competitive advantage? Evidence from hurdle rates

    Ciaran Driver and Paul Temple

    DP 01/04 (PDF)

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    Estimating the willingness to move within Great Britain: importance and implications

    Stephen Drinkwater

    DP 12/03 (PDF)

    Are performance conditions on executive options driven by fundamentals?

    Ali Choudhary and J. Michael Orszag

    DP 11/03 (PDF)

    The implementation of IMF programmes: a conceptual framework and a policy agenda

    Graham Bird

    DP 10/03 (PDF)

    Have industrial relations in the UK really improved?

    Stephen Drinkwater and Peter Ingram

    DP 09/03 (PDF)

    Pay settlements and nominal wage rigidity in Britain

    Donna Brown, Peter Ingram and Jonathan Wadsworth

    DP 08/03 (PDF)

    Determinants of employee crime in the UK

    Neil Rickman and Robert Witt

    DP 07/03 (PDF)

    Price regulation, investment and the commitment problem

    Neil Rickman and Paul Levine

    DP 06/03 (PDF)

    Go west? Assessing the willingness to move from central and eastern European counties

    Stephen Drinkwater

    DP 05/03 (PDF)

    Independent utility regulators: lessons from monetary policy

    Paul Levine, Jon Stern and Francesc Trillas

    DP 04/03 (PDF)

    Self-stabilizing firms and unemployment persistence

    Ali Choudhary and Paul Levine

    DP 03/03 (PDF)

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    SEEDS 101

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    SEEDS 93

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    ECON 02/97 (PDF)

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    Roger Fouquet

    SEEDS 90

    Monetary union: the ins and outs of strategic delegation

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    SCIES 97/6

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    SCIES 97/3

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    SCIES 97/2

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    SCIES 97/1

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    ECON 09/96

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    Paul Levine, Fotis Mouzakis and Ron Smith

    ECON 08/96

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    Robert Witt, Alan Clarke and Nigel Fielding

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    Common stochastic trends, cycles and sectoral fluctuations: a study of output in the UK

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    Online 9603

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    Online 9601

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    SEEDS 89

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    Peter J G Pearson and Roger Fouquet

    SEEDS 87

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    SCIES 96/0

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    SCIES 96/9

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    SCIES 96/7

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    SCIES 96/6

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    SCIES 96/5

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    SCIES 96/4

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    SCIES 96/3

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    SCIES 96/2

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    Graham Bird

    SCIES 96/1

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