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- The Policy Window: The Impact of Financial Stress in the UK
Department of Economics Working Papers, University of Bath, Department of Economics View citations (2)
- The Current Account and Real Exchange Rate Dynamics in African Countries
Department of Economics Working Papers, University of Bath, Department of Economics View citations (1)
- Exchange Rate Regime Verification: An Alternative Method of Testing for Regime Changes
Department of Economics Working Papers, University of Bath, Department of Economics View citations (6)
See also Journal Article in Economics Letters (2011)
- Terms of Trade Shocks and Economic Performance Under Different Exchange Rate Regimes
Discussion Paper Series, Department of Economics, Loughborough University View citations (3)
- Mobile money, ICT, financial inclusion and growth: How different is Africa?
Economic Modelling, 2023, 121, (C)
- Investigating the well‐being implications of mobile money access and usage from a multidimensional perspective
Review of Development Economics, 2022, 26, (2), 985-1009 View citations (1)
- The Gender-Differential Effect of Financial Inclusion on Household Financial Resilience
Journal of Development Studies, 2022, 58, (4), 692-712 View citations (7)
- The role of financial inclusion in improving household well‐being
Journal of International Development, 2022, 34, (8), 1606-1632
- Fiscal and External Deficits Nexus in GIIPS Countries: Evidence from Parametric and Nonparametric Causality Tests
International Advances in Economic Research, 2021, 27, (3), 171-184 View citations (1)
- Violent conflicts and state capacity: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
Journal of Government and Economics, 2021, 3, (C) View citations (1)
- How effective is central bank communication in emerging economies? An empirical analysis of the chinese money markets responses to the people’s bank of China’s policy communications
Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2020, 54, (4), 1195-1219 View citations (2)
- MOBILE MONEY, FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND DEVELOPMENT: A REVIEW WITH REFERENCE TO AFRICAN EXPERIENCE
Journal of Economic Surveys, 2020, 34, (4), 753-792 View citations (25)
- Revisiting the twin deficits hypothesis: new evidence from nonlinear tests
Applied Economics Letters, 2020, 27, (19), 1602-1606
- Testing the ‘Fear of Floating’ Hypothesis: A Statistical Analysis for Eight African Countries
Open Economies Review, 2020, 31, (2), 407-430
- Are fiscal deficits inflationary in African countries? A new evidence from an asymmetric cointegration analysis
The North American Journal of Economics and Finance, 2019, 50, (C) View citations (8)
- Exchange rate hysteresis in the UK imports from the South Asian Countries
International Review of Economics & Finance, 2018, 58, (C), 159-178 View citations (3)
- How important is the financial sector to price indices in an inflation targeting regime? An empirical analysis of the UK and the US
Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 2017, 48, (4), 1063-1082 View citations (3)
- Re-examining the ECB’s two-pillar monetary policy strategy: Are there any deviations during and the pre-financial crisis periods?
Empirica, 2017, 44, (3), 585-607
- The role of structural breaks, nonlinearity and asymmetric adjustments in African bilateral real exchange rates
International Review of Economics & Finance, 2016, 45, (C), 144-159 View citations (1)
- Structural breaks and twin deficits hypothesis in African countries
Economic Change and Restructuring, 2015, 48, (1), 1-35 View citations (5)
- Threshold cointegration and the short-run dynamics of twin deficit hypothesis in African countries
The Journal of Economic Asymmetries, 2015, 12, (2), 80-91 View citations (14)
- Fiscal Sustainability in the Euro-Zone: Is There A Role for Euro-Bonds?
Atlantic Economic Journal, 2014, 42, (3), 291-303 View citations (4)
- Asymmetric adjustment between oil prices and exchange rates: Empirical evidence from major oil producers and consumers
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 2013, 27, (C), 306-317 View citations (44)
- Interest Rate Pass-Through in the UK: Has the Transmission Mechanism Changed During the Financial Crisis?
Economic Issues Journal Articles, 2013, 18, (1), 17-38 View citations (5)
- Identifying aggregate supply and demand shocks in small open economies: Empirical evidence from African countries
International Review of Economics & Finance, 2012, 21, (1), 272-291 View citations (11)
- Exchange rate regime verification: An alternative method of testing for regime changes
Economics Letters, 2011, 113, (1), 96-98 View citations (6)
See also Working Paper (2011)
- SOURCES OF REAL EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM NINE AFRICAN COUNTRIES
Manchester School, 2009, 77, (s1), 66-84 View citations (3)
- Sustainable banking in developing economies
Chapter 12 in Sustainable and Responsible Investment in Developing Markets, 2023, pp 190-203
- FinTech and the Future of Banks and Financial Services in Africa
- Concluding remarks and implications for future research
Chapter 15 in Inclusive Financial Development, 2021, pp 319-322 View citations (1)
- Mobile money and financial inclusion: an analytical survey
Chapter 4 in Inclusive Financial Development, 2021, pp 52-75
- Mobile money, financial inclusion and poverty: key results from two new surveys in Ghana
Chapter 10 in Inclusive Financial Development, 2021, pp 189-223
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