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E2022/14: Tactical Refereeing and Signaling by Publishing Downloads
Sergey Popov
E2022/13: Modern Monetary Theory: the post-Crisis economy misunderstood? Downloads
Chunping Liu, A. Patrick Minford and Zhirong Ou
E2022/12: Targeting moments for calibration compared with indirect inference Downloads
David Meenagh, A. Patrick Minford and Yongdeng Xu
E2022/11: Incentivizing flexible workers in the gig economy: The case of ride-hailing Downloads
Cemil Selcuk and Bilal Gokpinar
E2022/10: Why does Indirect Inference estimation produce less small sample bias than maximum likelihood? A note Downloads
David Meenagh, A. Patrick Minford and Yongdeng Xu
E2022/9: A structural model of coronavirus behaviour: what do four waves of Covid tell us? Downloads
David Meenagh and A. Patrick Minford
E2022/8: Residential-based discrimination in the labor market Downloads
Štepán Mikula and Tommaso Reggiani
E2022/7: Professionals Forecasting Inflation: The Role of Inattentiveness and Uncertainty Downloads
Joshy Easaw, Roberto Golinelli and Saeed Heravi
E2022/6: Overconfidence, Alcohol and the Environment: Evidence from a Lab-in-the-Field Experiment Downloads
Iain Long, Kent Matthews and Vaseekaran Sivarajasingam
E2022/5: Exponential High-Frequency-Based-Volatility (EHEAVY) Models Downloads
Yongdeng Xu
E2022/4: Does higher education matter for health? Downloads
Sisi Ji and Zheyi Zhu
E2022/3: Wealth Inequality and Social Mobility: A Simulation-Based Modelling Approach Downloads
Xiaoliang Yang and Peng Zhou
E2022/2: Evaluation and Indirect Inference Estimation of Inattentive Features in a New Keynesian Framework Downloads
Jenyu Chou, Yifei Cao and A. Patrick Minford
E2022/1: Varying Coefficient Model with Correlated Error Components and Application to Disparities Between Mental Health Service by Councils in England Downloads
Patrick W. Saart, Namhyun Kim, Francesco Moscone and Yingcun Xia
E2021/35: Does Inattentiveness Matter for DSGE Modelling? An Empirical Investigation Downloads
Jenyu Chou, Joshy Easaw and A. Patrick Minford
E2021/34: Using Polls to Forecast Popular Vote Share for US Presidential Elections 2016 and 2020: An Optimal Forecast Combination Based on Ensemble Empirical Model Downloads
Joshy Easaw, Yongmei Fang and Saeed Heravi
E2021/33: Charitable giving, social capital and positional concerns Downloads
Armenak Antinyan, Vardan Caghdasaryan and Aleksandr Grigoryan
E2021/32: Broadband Internet and Social Capital Downloads
Andrea Geraci, Mattia Nardotto, Tommaso Reggiani and Fabio Sabatini
E2021/31: A General Model of International Tax Competition with Applications Downloads
Helmuts Azacis and David Collie
E2021/30: Aggregate Skewness and the Business Cycle Downloads
Martin Iseringhausen, Ivan Petrella and Konstantinos Theodoridis
E2021/29: Money does it better! Economic incentives, nudging interventions and reusable shopping bags: Evidence from a natural field experiment Downloads
Armenak Antinyan and Luca Corazzini
E2021/28: Green Bonds as Hedging Assets before and after COVID: A Comparative Study between the US and China Downloads
Dong Guo and Peng Zhou
E2021/27: On the Causality Between Household and Government Spending on Education: A Panel Analysis Across Countries Downloads
Abida Naurin and Panayiotis Pourpourides
E2021/26: Media negativity bias and tax compliance: Experimental evidence Downloads
Miloš Fišar, Tommaso Reggiani, Fabio Sabatini and Jiří Špalek
E2021/25: Neither True-friend nor Fairweather friend: Relationship Banking and SME borrowing under Covid-19 Downloads
Tianshu Zhao, Kent Matthews and Max Munday
E2021/24: Relationship lending, Trust, and SME bank financing in the UK Downloads
Hans Degryse, Kent Matthews and Tianshu Zhao
E2021/23: The Rise of a New Anchor Currency in RCEP? A Tale of Three Currencies Downloads
Dong Guo and Peng Zhou
E2021/22: Estimating macro models and the potentially misleading nature of Bayesian estimation Downloads
David Meenagh, A. Patrick Minford and Michael Wickens
E2021/21: Financial Development and Economic Growth in a Microfounded Small Open Economy Model Downloads
Bo Zhang and Peng Zhou
E2021/20: Testing competing world trade models against the facts of world trade Downloads
A. Patrick Minford, Yongdeng Xu and Xue Dong
E2021/19: Fighting Collusion: An Implementation Theory Approach Downloads
Helmuts Azacis and Péter Vida
E2021/18: Free Trade under Brexit- why its benefits have been widely underestimated Downloads
A. Patrick Minford
E2021/17: Does the Frequency of Reminders Matter for their Effectiveness? A Randomized Controlled Trial Downloads
Armenak Antinyan, Zareh Asatryan, Zhixin Dai and Kezhi Wang
E2021/16: The Pricing of Unexpected Volatility in the Currency Market Downloads
Wenna Lu, Laurence Copeland and Yongdeng Xu
E2021/15: Innovation policy and performance of Eastern European Countries Downloads
James Foreman-Peck and Peng Zhou
E2021/14: Computable General Equilibrium Models of Trade in the Modern Trade Policy Debate Downloads
Gang Chen, Xue Dong, A. Patrick Minford, Guanhua Qiu, Yongdeng Xu and Zequn Xu
E2021/12: Public Private Partnerships in Britain: Interpreting Recent Experience Downloads
James Foreman-Peck
E2021/11: The eurozone: what is to be done? Downloads
A. Patrick Minford, Zhirong Ou, Michael Wickens and Zheyi Zhu
E2021/10: Sectoral shocks and monetary policy in the United Kingdom Downloads
Huw Dixon, Jeremy Franklin and Stephen Millard
E2021/9: Estimation in partially linear semiparametric models with parametric and/or nonparametric endogeneity Downloads
Namhyun Kim and Patrick W. Saart
E2021/7: Modeling and predicting agricultural land use in England based on spatially high-resolution data Downloads
Patrick W. Saart, Namhyun Kim and Ian Bateman
E2021/6: Should Hong Kong switch to Taylor Rule?—Evidence from DSGE Model Downloads
David Meenagh, A. Patrick Minford and Zhiqi Zhao
E2021/5: Can debt monetisation be helpful for Chinaís post-Covid recovery? Some empirical evidence Downloads
Ziyi Cao and Zhirong Ou
E2021/5: Macroprudential Regulation in the Post-Crisis Era: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far? Downloads
Juyi Lyu, Vo Phuong Mai Le, David Meenagh and A. Patrick Minford
E2021/4: Revisiting the determinants of house prices in China's megacities: cross-sectional heterogeneity, interdependencies and spillovers Downloads
Chunping Liu and Zhirong Ou
E2021/3: Lab-Sophistication: Does Repeated Participation in Laboratory Experiments Affect Pro-Social Behaviour? Downloads
Tiziana Medda, Vittorio Pelligra and Tommaso Reggiani
E2021/2: Multilateral Political Effects on Outbound Tourism Downloads
Bo Zhou, Ying Zhang and Peng Zhou
E2021/1: State-Dependent or Time-Dependent Pricing? New Evidence from a Monthly Firm-Level Survey: 1980–2017 Downloads
Huw Dixon and Christian Grimme
E2020/15: Precautionary Liquidity Shocks, Excess Reserves and Business Cycles Downloads
George Bratsiotis and Konstantinos Theodoridis
E2020/14: North and South: A Regional Model of the UK Downloads
A. Patrick Minford, Yue Gai and David Meenagh
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