School of Economics

Discussion papers

 

2004

  • 04/14: Contagion and the Emergence of Convention in Small Worlds, Edward Cartwright
  • 04/13: Leaning Against the Parity, Alex Luiz Ferreira
  • 04/12: Current Account Sustainability in the US: What Do We Really Know About It?, Dimitris K. Christopoulos and Miguel A. León-Ledesma
  • 04/11: Managing Asymmetric Conflict, Paul Dunne, Maria del Carmen Garcia-Alonso, Paul Levine and Ron Smith
  • 04/10: Export Subsidies and Countervailing Duties Under Asymmetric Information, Matloob Piracha
  • 04/09: Interest Rates and Output in the Long-run, Yunus Aksoy and Miguel León-Ledesma
  • 04/08: Child Support and Partnership Dissolution: Evidence from the UK, Ian Walker and Yu Zhu
  • 04/07: Are Real Interest Differentials Caused by Frictions in Goods or Assets Markets, Real or Nominal Shocks?, Alex Luiz Ferreira
  • 04/06: Can the Changing Nature of Jobs Account for National Trends in Job Satisfaction?, Francis Green and Nicholas Tsitsianis
  • 04/05: Does the World Real Interest Rate Affect the Real Exchange Rate? The South East Asian Experience, Karine Gente and Miguel León-Ledesma
  • 04/04: Foreign Direct Investment, Exports and Imports in Mexico, Penélope Pacheco-López
  • 04/03: Trade Liberalisation in Mexico: Rhetoric and Reality, Penélope Pacheco-López and A.P. Thirlwall
  • 04/02: Export Credit Guarantees, Moral Hazard and Exports Quality, Maria del Carmen García-Alonso, Paul Levine and Antonia Morga
  • 04/01: The Impact of Trade Liberalisation on Exports, Imports, the Balance of Payments and Growth: the Case of Mexico, Penelope Pacheco-López

 

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