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Workplace:Department of Economics, Sussex Business School, University of Sussex, (more information at EDIRC)

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2009

  1. Demand for money in Thailand
    Applied Economics, 2009, 41, (10), 1269-1276 Downloads View citations (6)

2008

  1. CORPORATE CONSUMPTION: A POSTSCRIPT*
    Manchester School, 2008, 76, (2), 196-203 Downloads View citations (2)
  2. Demand for money in Sri Lanka, 1952-2002
    Applied Economics Letters, 2008, 15, (5), 343-347 Downloads

2004

  1. A cautionary note on cointegration testing
    Applied Economics Letters, 2004, 11, (5), 275-278 Downloads View citations (1)
  2. Corporate Retentions and Consumers’ Expenditure
    Manchester School, 2004, 72, (1), 119-130 Downloads View citations (11)

2002

  1. Exchange-rate pass-through in Japanese export pricing
    Applied Economics, 2002, 34, (3), 279-284 Downloads View citations (7)

2000

  1. Incredibility and Inflation in the EMS
    Economic Journal, 2000, 110, (465), 662-63 Downloads

1998

  1. Permanent and transitory effects of fiscal policy on investment in the UK
    Applied Economics, 1998, 30, (1), 57-62 Downloads

1997

  1. More on output expectations in manufacturing
    Applied Economics, 1997, 29, (3), 365-369 Downloads

1996

  1. The irrelevance of adjustment costs for investment determination
    Applied Economics Letters, 1996, 3, (2), 125-126 Downloads

1993

  1. Tax on Price: A Comment
    Public Finance = Finances publiques, 1993, 48, (2), 297-302 View citations (4)

1992

  1. Fiscal policy, seasonality, and intertemporal substitution of investment spending in the UK
    Journal of Public Economics, 1992, 49, (1), 123-134 Downloads View citations (2)

1991

  1. Consumers' Expenditure and the Timing of Income Tax Changes
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1991, 53, (1), 1-9

1990

  1. Factor Demand in Perfect Competition: An Expository Note
    Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 1990, 37, (4), 379-85

1989

  1. Investment, Q, and Taxes
    Public Finance = Finances publiques, 1989, 44, (2), 285-94 View citations (1)

1988

  1. Note on improving the effectiveness of effective tax rates on business investment
    Journal of Public Economics, 1988, 35, (3), 393-396 Downloads

1987

  1. The Economics of the Public Sector: Getting and Spending without Laying Waste Our Powers
    Bulletin of Economic Research, 1987, 39, (4), 309-20

1986

  1. Investment and the 1984 Budget: An Interim Assessment
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1986, 48, (4), 331-38

1985

  1. A Note on Replacement Investment
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1985, 47, (4), 395-400
  2. The effect of an anticipated tax change on investment in Britain
    Journal of Public Economics, 1985, 26, (2), 237-247 Downloads

1984

  1. The Impact of Stock Relief
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1984, 46, (2), 169-79 View citations (1)

1983

  1. The Reappearing Phillips Curve
    Oxford Economic Papers, 1983, 35, 306-20 Downloads View citations (6)

1982

  1. Criteria for Efficient Capital Allocation
    Economic Journal, 1982, 92, (367), 694-700 Downloads

1981

  1. Countercyclical Tax Changes and Consumers' Expenditure
    Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 1981, 43, (2), 131-47
  2. Tax Changes and Cigarette Prices [An Alternative Approach to the Analysis of Taxation]
    Journal of Political Economy, 1981, 89, (6), 1261-65 Downloads View citations (7)

1980

  1. Benefit-Cost Analysis in Canadian Practice
    Canadian Public Policy, 1980, 6, (2), 389-393 Downloads View citations (5)
  2. Comments on the Public-Sector Discount Rate: Response to Jenkins [Benefit-Cost Analysis in Canadian Practice]
    Canadian Public Policy, 1980, 6, (4), 648-650 Downloads
  3. Depreciation and interest deductions and the effect of the corporation income tax on investment: A comment
    Journal of Public Economics, 1980, 14, (1), 101-103 Downloads
  4. The operation of monetary targets
    Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, 1980, 13, (1), 91-130 Downloads View citations (3)

1979

  1. A Skeptical Note on the Efficacy of Temporary Sales Tax Reductions
    Canadian Public Policy, 1979, 5, (1), 97-101 Downloads

1978

  1. Progressive Taxation of Natural Resource Rents
    The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies, 1978, 46, (1), 1-16 View citations (2)

1977

  1. Some Further Problems in the Evaluation of Subsidies to British Manufacturing Industry
    Oxford Economic Papers, 1977, 29, (1), 152-55 Downloads
  2. Taxation and the Sales Maximisation Hypothesis
    Public Finance = Finances publiques, 1977, 32, (1), 92-96

1976

  1. The effects of excess demand, generalized expectations and wage-price controls on wage inflation in the UK: 1956-1971
    Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, 1976, 2, (1), 193-221 Downloads View citations (5)

1975

  1. Le prelevement conjoncturel. (With English summary.)
    Public Finance = Finances publiques, 1975, 30, (3), 461-67
  2. Neutrality of Corporate Taxation or On Not Accounting for Inflation
    The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies, 1975, 43, (4), 353-61

1974

  1. Fiscal Policy and the Permanent-Income Hypothesis
    The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies, 1974, 42, (4), 311-24
  2. Taxation and investment incentives in a vintage investment model: Comment
    Journal of Public Economics, 1974, 3, (2), 185-194 Downloads View citations (1)

1973

  1. Investment and Corporate Taxation
    Journal of Political Economy, 1973, 81, (4), 982-93 Downloads
  2. Recent Changes in Fiscal Investment Incentives: A Postscript
    The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies, 1973, 41, (2), 235-39

1971

  1. Recent Changes in Fiscal Investment Incentives
    The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies, 1971, 39, (3), 163-70
  2. The Demand for Tobacco in the U.K
    The Manchester School of Economic & Social Studies, 1971, 39, (1), 23-36

1970

  1. The Investment Demand Schedule and the Keynesian Equilibrium: A Comment
    Bulletin of Economic Research, 1970, 22, (1), 16-17

1966

  1. A NOTE ON INITIAL ALLOWANCES
    Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 1966, 13, (3), 352-362 Downloads
 
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