School of Economics

Discussion papers

 

2002

  • 02/11: Self-Selection and the Peformance of Return Migrants: The Case of Albania, Augustin de Coulon and Matloob Piracha
  • 02/10: Habit Formation, Work Ethics, and Technological Progress, João Ricardo Faria and Miguel A. León-Ledesma
  • 02/09: Immigration, Labour Mobility and EU Englargement, Matloob Piracha and Roger Vickerman
  • 02/08: Training and Establishment Survival, William Collier, Francis Green, John Peirson and David Wilkinson
  • 02/07: Why Has Work Effort Become More Intense?, Francis Green
  • 02/06: Exports, Product Differentiation and Knowledge Spillovers, Miguel León-Ledesma
  • 02/05: The Long Term Pay-Off From Working Longer Hours, David Campbell and Francis Green
  • 02/04: Interrupted Work Careers and the Starting Salaries of Female Workers in Britain, David Campbell
  • 02/03: The Growth and Valuation of Generic Skills, Andy Dickerson and Francis Green
  • 02/02: Trade Liberalisation and the Balance of Payments in Selected Developing Countries, Amelia Santos-Paulino
  • 02/01: Estimating a Monetary Policy Reaction Function for the Dominican Republic, José R. Sánchez-Fung

 

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