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Working Papers

2007

  1. When are Supply and Demand Determined Recursively Rather than Simultaneously? Another look at the Fulton Fish Market Data
    CEPR Discussion Papers, C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers Downloads
    Also in Economics Series Working Papers, University of Oxford, Department of Economics (2006) Downloads

1998

  1. Combining Bond Rating Forecasts Using Logit
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University
    See also Journal Article in The Financial Review (2001)
  2. Eight Reasons Why Real Versus Nominal Interest Rates is the Most Important Concept in Macroeconomic Principles Courses
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University
    See also Journal Article in American Economic Review (2000)

1996

  1. Combining Multiple-Choice and Constructed-Response Test Scores: An Economist's View
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University
  2. Combining Qualitative Forecasts Using Logit
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University
    See also Journal Article in International Journal of Forecasting (1998)

1995

  1. Class Size and Advievement in Introductory Economics: Evidence from the Tuce III Data
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University View citations (1)
    See also Journal Article in Economics of Education Review (1997)

1994

  1. On the Optimality of Unequal Class Sizes
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University
    See also Journal Article in Economics Letters (1996)
  2. Randomization Tests for Multiple Regression
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University View citations (2)

1993

  1. Randomization Tests in Econometrics
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University View citations (2)
    See also Journal Article in Journal of Business & Economic Statistics (1995)

1992

  1. Currency Substitution and Money Demand in Canada: A Cointegration Analysis
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University
  2. Rules of Thumb for Up-and-Down Economics
    Discussion Papers, Department of Economics, Simon Fraser University

Journal Articles

2010

  1. When Are Supply And Demand Determined Recursively Rather Than Simultaneously&quest
    Eastern Economic Journal, 2010, 36, (2), 188-197 Downloads View citations (5)

2009

  1. The Use (and Abuse) of Meta-Analysis in Environmental and Natural Resource Economics: An Assessment
    Environmental & Resource Economics, 2009, 42, (3), 345-377 Downloads View citations (210)

2008

  1. A big picture for teaching macroeconomics principles
    Economics Bulletin, 2008, 1, (1), 1-6 Downloads View citations (2)

2007

  1. A computational trick for calculating the Blinder-Oaxaca decomposition and its standard error
    Economics Bulletin, 2007, 3, (66), 1-7 Downloads View citations (2)

2006

  1. The Influence of Teaching on Research in Economics
    Southern Economic Journal, 2006, 72, (3), 747-759 View citations (7)
  2. To Include or Exclude an Explanatory Variable: Beware of Rules of Thumb
    Foresight: The International Journal of Applied Forecasting, 2006, (5), 16-21 Downloads

2005

  1. Does Teaching Enhance Research in Economics?
    American Economic Review, 2005, 95, (2), 172-176 Downloads View citations (4)
  2. Economic progress and skill obsolescence with network effects
    Economic Theory, 2005, 26, (1), 177-201 Downloads
  3. Oh No! I Got the Wrong Sign! What Should I Do?
    The Journal of Economic Education, 2005, 36, (1), 77-92 Downloads View citations (11)

2004

  1. More on F versus t tests for unit roots when there is no trend
    Economics Bulletin, 2004, 3, (37), 1-6 Downloads

2002

  1. Are Multiple-Choice Exams Easier for Economics Students? A Comparison of Multiple-Choice and “Equivalent” Constructed-Response Exam Questions
    Southern Economic Journal, 2002, 68, (4), 957-971 View citations (7)

2001

  1. Bootstrapping Student Understanding of What is Going on in Econometrics
    The Journal of Economic Education, 2001, 32, (2), 110-123 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Buyer behaviour in a regional thoroughbred yearling market
    Applied Economics, 2001, 33, (8), 969-977 Downloads View citations (8)
  3. Combining Bond Rating Forecasts Using Logit
    The Financial Review, 2001, 36, (2), 75-96 View citations (24)
    See also Working Paper (1998)
  4. F versus t tests for unit roots
    Economics Bulletin, 2001, 3, (3), 1-6 Downloads View citations (8)
  5. Testing for Unit Roots: What Should Students Be Taught?
    The Journal of Economic Education, 2001, 32, (2), 137-146 Downloads View citations (53)

2000

  1. Book Review
    The Journal of Economic Education, 2000, 31, (2), 205-206 Downloads
  2. Eight Reasons Why Real versus Nominal Interest Rates Is the Most Important Concept in Macroeconomics Principles Courses
    American Economic Review, 2000, 90, (2), 81-84 Downloads View citations (4)
    See also Working Paper (1998)

1999

  1. Specification Error, Prediction Bias and Rational Expectations
    Economic Inquiry, 1999, 37, (2), 382-84

1998

  1. Combining qualitative forecasts using logit
    International Journal of Forecasting, 1998, 14, (1), 83-93 Downloads View citations (24)
    See also Working Paper (1996)
  2. Teaching Undergraduate Econometrics: A Suggestion for Fundamental Change
    American Economic Review, 1998, 88, (2), 487-91 Downloads View citations (2)

1997

  1. Class size and achievement in introductory economics: Evidence from the TUCE III data
    Economics of Education Review, 1997, 16, (4), 385-394 Downloads View citations (24)
    See also Working Paper (1995)

1996

  1. On the optimality of unequal class sizes
    Economics Letters, 1996, 50, (3), 299-304 Downloads View citations (1)
    See also Working Paper (1994)

1995

  1. Does Pedagogy Vary with Class Size in Introductory Economics?
    American Economic Review, 1995, 85, (2), 347-51 Downloads View citations (9)
  2. Randomization Tests in Econometrics
    Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 1995, 13, (1), 85-94 View citations (18)
    See also Working Paper (1993)

1992

  1. A Graphical Exposition of the Ordered Probit
    Econometric Theory, 1992, 8, (1), 127-131 Downloads View citations (22)
  2. Forecasting with dynamic regression models: Alan Pankratz, 1991, (John Wiley and Sons, New York), ISBN 0-471-61528-5, [UK pound]47.50
    International Journal of Forecasting, 1992, 8, (4), 647-648 Downloads
  3. Teaching Tools: On Journalists' Use of Macroeconomic Concepts
    Economic Inquiry, 1992, 30, (1), 194-201

1991

  1. An Extension of Mixed Estimation, with an Application to Forecasting New Product Growth
    Empirical Economics, 1991, 16, (4), 401-15 View citations (1)
  2. Comparing classification techniques
    International Journal of Forecasting, 1991, 7, (3), 403-406 Downloads
  3. Fighting the teflon factor: Comparing classical and Bayesian estimators for autocorrelated errors
    Journal of Econometrics, 1991, 48, (1-2), 15-27 Downloads View citations (5)

1990

  1. An exercise in computing the variance of the forecast error
    International Journal of Forecasting, 1990, 6, (2), 275-276 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Windows in Black Boxes
    Economic Inquiry, 1990, 28, (3), 638-39

1989

  1. Non-nested Hypothesis Tests: A Diagrammatic Exposition
    Australian Economic Papers, 1989, 28, (52), 160-65 View citations (2)

1987

  1. On Inferring the True Model's Direction
    Canadian Journal of Economics, 1987, 20, (4), 876-79 Downloads

1986

  1. Interpreting Dummy Variables
    The Review of Economics and Statistics, 1986, 68, (1), 174-75 Downloads View citations (39)

1985

  1. A rule of thumb for mixed heteroskedasticity
    Economics Letters, 1985, 18, (2-3), 157-159 Downloads View citations (2)

1984

  1. On Economists' Belief in the Law of Small Numbers
    Economic Inquiry, 1984, 22, (4), 602-03 View citations (1)

1983

  1. Logarithmic Dependent Variables and Prediction Bias
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1983, 45, (4), 389-92 View citations (14)
  2. On an inappropriate means of reducing multicollinearity
    Regional Science and Urban Economics, 1983, 13, (4), 579-581 Downloads

1981

  1. Estimation with Correctly Interpreted Dummy Variables in Semilogarithmic Equations [The Interpretation of Dummy Variables in Semilogarithmic Equations]
    American Economic Review, 1981, 71, (4), 801 View citations (90)
  2. The "Ballentine": A Graphical Aid for Econometrics [An Alternative Approach to Specification Errors]
    Australian Economic Papers, 1981, 20, (37), 414-16

1980

  1. Excess Demand in the IS-LM Model
    Eastern Economic Journal, 1980, 6, (1), 53-56 Downloads

1979

  1. Restrictive versus Permissive Money: a Resolution
    Public Finance Review, 1979, 7, (4), 506-508 Downloads

1978

  1. Direct Wealth Effects in Macroeconomic Models: The Saving vs. the Definitional Approach: A Note
    Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 1978, 10, (1), 94-98 Downloads View citations (1)

1974

  1. RICARDO, MUNDELL, AND EXCESS SUPPLIES OF MONEY
    Kyklos, 1974, 27, (3), 616-619 Downloads

1970

  1. Recursive Decision Systems: An Existence Analysis
    Econometrica, 1970, 38, (5), 666-81 Downloads View citations (7)

Books

2017

  1. Macroeconomic Essentials: Understanding Economics in the News, fourth edition, vol 1
    MIT Press Books, The MIT Press

2003

  1. A Guide to Econometrics, 5th Edition, vol 1
    MIT Press Books, The MIT Press View citations (569)

2000

  1. Macroeconomic Essentials, 2nd Edition: Understanding Economics in the News, vol 1
    MIT Press Books, The MIT Press View citations (2)

Chapters

2011

  1. Data Resources and Econometric Techniques
    Chapter 35 in International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics, 2011 Downloads
 
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