Working papers

The Department of Economics publishes a series of working papers to disseminate the results of the research activities carried out by its members.

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Paper Number Authors Title
2017/026 Lim The dynamics of corruption and unemployment in a growth model with heterogeneous labour
2017/025 De Silva, Gertsberg, Kosmopoulou, Pownall Dealer networks in the world of art
2017/024 Soo It’s a jungle out there: International trade when bargaining power matters
2017/023 Dokka, Zemkoho, Sen Gupta, Talla Nobibon Robust toll pricing
2017/022 Mosca, O'Sullivan, Wright Maternal employment and child outcomes: evidence from the Irish marriage bar
2017/021 Bradley, Crouchley The effects of test scores and truancy on youth unemployment and inactivity: A simultaneous equations approach
2017/020 Blanas, Seric Knowledge transfer and intra-firm trade
2017/019 Blanas, Seric Determinants of intra-firm trade: evidence from foreign affiliates in sub-Saharan Africa
2017/018 Mumtaz, Theodoridis Fiscal policy shocks and stock prices in the United States.
2017/017 Gama, Rietzke Robust comparative statics in contests
2017/016 TaylerZilberman Unconventional taxation policy, financial frictions and liquidity traps
2017/015 Mumtaz, Theodoridis The Federal Reserve’s implicit inflation target and Macroeconomic dynamics. A SVAR analysis
2017/014 Kang Inference in nonparametric series estimation with data-dependent undersmoothing
2017/013 Bracco, Revelli Concurrent elections and political accountability: evidence from Italian local elections
2017/012 PavlidisPayaPeel, Yusupova Exuberance in the U.K. regional housing markets
2017/011 Pryce, WalkerWheeler How much of a problem is problem gambling?
2017/010 KaivantoPeel Pre-decision side-bet sequences
2017/009 Regan-Stansfield The impact of standardised testing on later high stakes test outcomes
2017/008 BeshirMaystadt In utero seasonal food insecurity and cognitive development: Evidence from Ethiopia
2017/007 Bracco, De Paola, Green, Scoppa The effect of far right parties on the location choice of immigrants: Evidence from lega nord mayors
2017/006 RietzkeMatros Contests on networks
2017/005 Izquierdo Sanchez, Navarro Paniagua Hollywood’s wage structure and discrimination
2017/004 Blanas, Seric, Viegelahn Jobs, FDI and institutions in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from firm-level data
2017/003 Georgalos, Ray, Sen Gupta Coarse correlation and coordination in a game: An experiment
2017/002 BradleyMigali The effects of the 2006 tuition fee reform and the great recession on university student dropout behaviour in the UK
2017/001 MaystadtMigali The transmission of health across 7 generations in China, 1789-1906
2016/022 PeelPromponas Forecasting the nominal exchange rate movements in a changing world. The case of the U.S. and the U.K.
2016/021 Kaivanto Ensemble Prospectism
2016/020 Regan-Stansfield Do good primary schools perform even better as academies?
2016/019 HomroySléchten Board expertise, networked boards and environmental performance
2016/018 Carbone, Georgalos, Infante Individual vs. group decision making: an experiment on dynamic choice under risk and ambiguity
2016/017 De Silva, Gertsberg, Pownall Market evolution, bidding strategies, and survival of art dealers
2016/016 Grofman, Troumpounis, Xefteris Electoral competition with primaries and quality asymmetries
2016/015 Rietzke, Chen Push or pull? Performance pay, incentives, and information
2016/014‌ Soo Are hamburgers harmless? The Big Mac Index in the twenty-first century
2016/013 Soo Country size and trade in intermediate goods
2016/012 Soo Indivisibilities in the Ricardian model of trade
2016/011 Nguyen, PavlidisPeel Modeling changes in U.S. monetary policy
2016/010 Balasubramanyam Can services lead the Indian economy?
2016/009 Ferraresi, Migali, Nordi, Rizzo Spatial interaction in local expenditures among Italian municipalities: evidence from Italy 2001-2011
2016/008 O'Sullivan The effect of military service on earnings in Britain
2016/007 Ahn, Zanardi China - HP-SSST: Last part of growing pains
2016/006 BanerjeeHomroySlechten Why don’t all firms do “good” equally?
2016/005 Kaivanto, Zhang A resolution of emissions-estimate confusion for informing flight choice
2016/004 Georgalos Dynamic decision making under ambiguity: a portfolio choice experiment
2016/003 Bracco, Onnis Immigration, amnesties and the shadow economy
2016/002 Green , Heywood, Kler, Leeves Paradox lost: Disappearing female job satisfaction‌‌
2016/001 Maystadt, Jiliang Weather shocks, maize yields and adaptation in rural China‌‌‌‌
2015/031 Theodoridis, Mumtaz Dynamic effects of monetary policy shocks on macroeconomic volatility‌‌‌‌‌
2015/030 MaystadtSalihu National or political cake? The political economy of intergovernmental transfers in Nigeria‌‌‌‌‌‌
2015/029 Green , Hollingsworth, Navarro Paniagua Longer opening hours, alcohol consumption and health.
2015/028 Soo International trade and the division of labour
2015/027 Soo Innovation across cities
2015/026 Balart, Chowdhury, Troumpounis Linking individual and collective contests through noise level and sharing rules
2015/025 Kaivanto, Zinober When are capital structure decisions nonseparable from production planning? The case of generalized royalty-based hybrid finance
2015/024  Elkomy, InghamRead Economic, institutional & political determinants of FDI growth effects in emerging & developing countries
2015/023 Green , Homroy Female directors, key committees, and firm performance
2015/022 Slechten Environmental agreements under asymmetric information
2015/021 Conconi, Sahuguet, Zanardi Electoral incentives, term limits and the sustainability of peace
2015/020 Kaivanto, Kwon The precautionary principle as a heuristic patch
2015/019 Amann, Virmani Is the evolution of India’s outward FDI consistent with Dunning’s investment development path sequence?
2015/018 Nishiyama Fiscal policy effects in a heterogeneous-agent OLG economy with an aging population
2015/017 Nishiyama The joint labor supply decision of married couples and the social security pension system
2015/016 BradleyMigali The effect of a tuition fee reform on the risk of drop out from university in the UK‌
2015/015 Deltas, De Silva, McComb Industrial agglomeration and spatial persistence of employment in software publishing
2015/014 YangZucchelli The impact of public smoking bans on well-being externalities: Evidence from a natural experiment
2015/013 HomroyBanerjee The structure of corporate holdings and corporate governance: Evidence from India
2015/012 MendoliaWalker Youth unemployment and the effect of personality traits
2015/011 Rietzke Push or pull? Grants, prizes and information
2015/010 Conconi, DeRemer, Trimarchi, Kirchsteiger, Zanardi Suspiciously timed trade disputes
2015/009 Ghosh Dastidar, Balasubramanyam Impact of immigrants on the foreign trade of the UK
2015/008 Reynolds, Rietzke Price caps, oligopoly, and entry
2015/007 Troumpounis , Xefteris Incomplete information, proportional representation and strategic voting
2015/006 Nguyen Financial frictions and the volatility of monetary policy in a DSGE model
2015/005 Balasubramanyam, Balasubramanyam Kerala and Tamil Nadu; Differing pathways to development
2015/004 Bataa, Izzeldin , Osborn Changes in the global oil market
2015/003 Wei, Balasubramanyam A comparative analysis of China and India’s manufacturing sectors
2015/002 Alexakis, Pappas, Tsikouras Long run asymmetric relationships between Islamic and conventional equity indices
2015/001 De Silva, McComb, Schiller What blows in with the wind?

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