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Working Papers

2007

  1. EXPLORING THE DETERMINANTS OF GLOBAL ‘SOCIAL PRODUCTION’ OF INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE: INSIGHTS FROM SETI@HOME
    Monash Economics Working Papers, Monash University, Department of Economics Downloads

2004

  1. INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY AND NEW ZEALAND'S PRODUCTIVITY MALAISE: AN INDUSTRY-LEVEL STUDY
    Discussion Papers, Massey University, Department of Applied and International Economics Downloads View citations (1)
  2. THE GATT/WTO HAS PROMOTED TRADE, BUT ONLY IN CAPITAL-INTENSIVE COMMODITIES!
    Discussion Papers, Massey University, Department of Applied and International Economics Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in Applied Economics (2007)

2003

  1. MAORI AND THE INFORMATION WORKFORCE, 1991-2001
    Discussion Papers, Massey University, Department of Applied and International Economics Downloads View citations (1)

Journal Articles

2016

  1. Comprehensive versus inclusive wealth accounting and the assessment of sustainable development: An empirical comparison
    Ecological Economics, 2016, 129, (C), 12-20 Downloads View citations (5)

2015

  1. Information, capital, well-being
    Prometheus, 2015, 33, (4), 347-359 Downloads

2014

  1. A Comparison of Macro-Level Sustainability Indices for OECD Countries: Conceptual and Measurement Issues
    Economic Papers, 2014, 33, (2), 137-152 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. A general model of the innovation - subjective well-being nexus
    Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 2014, 24, (2), 377-397 Downloads View citations (3)
  3. Hamlet without the prince: the capital approach to development, the New Zealand Treasury's Living Standards Framework and policy making
    Prometheus, 2014, 32, (3), 245-263 Downloads

2012

  1. Some empirics of the bivariate relationship between average subjective well-being and the sustainable wealth of nations
    Applied Economics, 2012, 44, (5), 537-554 Downloads

2010

  1. Wired for innovation: how information technology is reshaping the economy
    Prometheus, 2010, 28, (2), 195-199 Downloads View citations (1)

2009

  1. Natural capital, subjective well-being, and the new welfare economics of sustainability: Some evidence from cross-country regressions
    Ecological Economics, 2009, 69, (2), 380-388 Downloads View citations (26)
  2. Pathological Knowledge-Based Economies: Towards a Knowledge-Based Economy Perspective on the Current Crisis
    Prometheus, 2009, 27, (4), 403-414 Downloads View citations (6)

2008

  1. Beyond borders: Internationalisation of R&D and policy implications for small open economies
    Information Economics and Policy, 2008, 20, (1), 103-106 Downloads

2007

  1. Book Review
    Prometheus, 2007, 25, (1), 99-120 Downloads
  2. THE ELUSIVE CONTRIBUTION OF ICT TO PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN NEW ZEALAND: EVIDENCE FROM AN EXTENDED INDUSTRY-LEVEL GROWTH ACCOUNTING MODEL
    Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 2007, 16, (4), 255-275 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. The (Un)Happiness of Knowledge and the Knowledge of (Un)Happiness: Happiness Research and Policies for Knowledge-based Economies
    Prometheus, 2007, 25, (3), 243-266 Downloads
  4. The GATT/WTO has promoted trade, but only in capital-intensive commodities!
    Applied Economics, 2007, 39, (12), 1573-1581 Downloads View citations (7)
    See also Working Paper (2004)

2006

  1. ICT intensity and New Zealand's productivity malaise: Is the glass half empty or half full?
    Information Economics and Policy, 2006, 18, (1), 24-42 Downloads View citations (4)

2004

  1. The transaction sector, the information economy, and economic growth in New Zealand: Taking hazledine seriously
    New Zealand Economic Papers, 2004, 38, (1), 87-99 Downloads View citations (2)

2002

  1. A logit model of the incidence of long-term unemployment
    Applied Economics Letters, 2002, 9, (1), 43-46 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Human capital and international knowledge spillovers in TFP growth of a sample of developing countries: an exploration of alternative approaches
    Applied Economics, 2002, 34, (7), 831-841 Downloads View citations (24)
  3. TESTING DIFFERENT CLASSES OF ENDOGENOUS GROWTH MODELS: INDUSTRY EVIDENCE FOR THE NEW ZEALAND ECONOMY
    The Singapore Economic Review (SER), 2002, 47, (01), 89-110 Downloads
  4. The unintended consequences of using an MCI as an operational monetary policy target in New Zealand: Suggestive evidence from rolling regressions
    New Zealand Economic Papers, 2002, 36, (2), 217-233 Downloads View citations (5)

2001

  1. Book reviews
    New Zealand Economic Papers, 2001, 35, (2), 270-279 Downloads
  2. Gender and the Information Work Force: New Zealand Evidence and Issues
    Prometheus, 2001, 19, (2), 135-145 Downloads
  3. Inflation crises, deflation, and growth: further evidence
    Applied Economics, 2001, 33, (9), 1157-1165 Downloads View citations (2)
  4. Statistics for the information age
    Information Economics and Policy, 2001, 13, (3), 339-349 Downloads View citations (2)

2000

  1. Towards a Knowledge Economy? Changes in New Zealand's Information Work Force 1976-1996
    Prometheus, 2000, 18, (3), 265-282 Downloads View citations (2)

1999

  1. A Comparative Macro-level Assessment of New Zealand's 'National Innovation System'
    Prometheus, 1999, 17, (3), 283-298 Downloads
  2. Endogenous Growth Theory Philippe Aghion and Peter Howitt Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 1998, xiii+ 694 pp., US$59.95, ISBN 0-262-01166-2
    Prometheus, 1999, 17, (2), 225-228 Downloads
  3. Introduction to Economic Growth, Charles I. Jones New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 1998, xii + 200 pp., AU$41.95, ISBN 0-393-97174-0
    Prometheus, 1999, 17, (1), 97-100 Downloads

1998

  1. A communication perspective on the international information and knowledge system
    Information Economics and Policy, 1998, 10, (3), 359-367 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Business sector R&D and Australia's manufacturing trade structure
    Applied Economics, 1998, 30, (2), 177-187 Downloads
  3. Shorter Notice
    Prometheus, 1998, 16, (4), 551-551 Downloads
  4. The Sources of Economic Growth Richard R. Nelson Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1996, vi + 328 pp., US$39.95, ISM 0 674 82145 9
    Prometheus, 1998, 16, (4), 535-537 Downloads

1997

  1. A comparison and critical assessment of Porat and Rubin's information economy and Wallis and North's transaction sector1
    Information Economics and Policy, 1997, 9, (4), 271-290 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Corporate Bureaucracies and United States Competitiveness
    International Journal of the Economics of Business, 1997, 4, (2), 129-154 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. International R&D spillovers amongst OECD economies
    Applied Economics Letters, 1997, 4, (5), 315-319 Downloads View citations (14)
  4. International R&D spillovers, human capital and productivity in OECD economies: An empirical investigation
    European Economic Review, 1997, 41, (8), 1479-1488 Downloads View citations (109)
  5. The Impact of International Trade on Real Wages in U.S. Manufacturing, 1985-1989
    International Economic Journal, 1997, 11, (1), 69-86 Downloads

1995

  1. The impact of international trade on the 'in-house' transaction sector: evidence from the United States, 1985-89
    Applied Economics Letters, 1995, 2, (3), 60-63 Downloads View citations (1)

1992

  1. New Perspectives on Intersectoral Relationships between Manufacturing and Services
    Economic Change and Restructuring, 1992, 25, (2), 165-78 View citations (1)

1991

  1. Information Services, Private Bureaucracies, and Japan's Comparative Advantage
    The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1991, 73, (4), 716-19 Downloads View citations (3)

1990

  1. A comparative analysis of the use of information inputs in the manufacturing sectors of Korea and Japan
    World Development, 1990, 18, (1), 77-89 Downloads View citations (1)

1989

  1. In-house information activities in an applied general equilibrium framework
    Information Economics and Policy, 1989, 4, (4), 305-323 Downloads

1988

  1. Analysis of the primary information sectors of Korea and Japan using computable general equilibrium models
    Information Economics and Policy, 1988, 3, (3), 219-239 Downloads View citations (1)

1986

  1. From newly industrialising to newly informatising country: The primary information sector of the Republic of Korea 1975-1980
    Information Economics and Policy, 1986, 2, (3), 169-194 Downloads View citations (3)
  2. The Japanese information economy: Its quantification and analysis in a macroeconomic framework (with comparisons to the U.S.)
    Information Economics and Policy, 1986, 2, (4), 277-306 Downloads View citations (2)
 
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