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Faculty Publications

Recent and past publications by members of the Economics Department are listed. The date headings below refer to one year's output, starting July 1 and ending June 30.

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1995-1996 | 1994-1995

2014-2015

CARVAJAL, A.

Carvajal, A., R. Deb, and J. Fenske. 2014. Nonparametric Analysis of Multi-product Oligopolies. Economic Theory 57 (2): 253-277.

COCIUBA, S.

Cociuba, S. E., and A. Ueberfeldt. 2015. Heterogeneity and Long-run Changes in Aggregate Hours and the Labor Wedge. Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control 52: 75–95.

DAVIES, J. B.

Davies, J. B. 2015. Book review of Capital in the Twenty-first Century. Journal of Economic Inequality 13 (1): 155-160.

Davies, J. B., X. Shi, and J. Whalley. 2014. The Possibilities for Global Inequality and Poverty Reduction Using Revenues from Global Carbon Pricing. Journal of Economic Inequality 12: 363-391.

Shorrocks, A., J. Davies, and R. Lluberas. 2014. Global Wealth Databook 2014. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute, pp. 155.

Stierli, M., A. Shorrocks, A., J. Davies, R. Lluberas, and A. Koutsoukis. 2014. Global Wealth Report 2014. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute, pp. 63.

GOLTSMAN, M.

Goltsman, M., and G. Pavlov. 2014. Communication in Cournot Oligopoly. Journal of Economic Theory 153: 152-176.

KNIGHT, J.L.

Knight, J., S. Satchell, and N. Srivastava. 2014. Steady State Distributions for Models of Locally Explosive Regimes: Existence and Econometric Implications. Economic Modelling 41: 281-288.

LAIDLER, D. E. W.

Laidler, D. 2015. Three Revolutions in Macroeconomics: Their Nature and Influence. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 22 (1): 1-25.

Laidler, D. 2014. The Fisher Relation in the Great Depression and the Great Recession (Chapter 15).  Economics and Other Branches - in the Shade of the Oak Tree: Essays in Honour of Pascal Bridel.  F. Allisson and R. Baranzini. London: Pickering & Chatto Publishers. 191-204.

LOCHNER, L.

Lochner, L., and E. Moretti. 2015. Estimating and Testing Models with Many Treatment Levels and Limited Instruments.  Review of Economics and Statistics 97 (2): 387-397.

PAVLOV, G.

Goltsman, M., and G. Pavlov. 2014. Communication in Cournot Oligopoly. Journal of Economic Theory 153: 152-176.

ROBINSON, C.

Robinson, C. 2015. Human Capital, Education, Achievement and Learning. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement 40 (1-4): 69-96. doi:10.3233/JEM-150409

SICULAR, T.

Yang, J., T. Sicular, and D. Lai. 2014. The Changing Determinants of High School Attainment in Rural China. China Economic Review 30: 551-566.

STENTOFT, L.

Rombouts, J.V.K., and L. Stentoft. 2014. Bayesian Option Pricing using Mixed Normal Heteroskedasticity Models. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 76: 588-605.

Stentoft, L. 2014. Value Function Approximation or Stopping Time Approximation: A Comparison of Two Recent Numerical Methods for American Option Pricing Using Simulation and Regression. The Journal of Computational Finance18 (1): 65-120.

STINEBRICKNER, T. R.

Stinebrickner, R., and T. Stinebrickner. 2014. Academic Performance and College Dropout: Using Longitudinal Expectations Data to Estimate a Learning Model. Journal of Labor Economics 32 (3): 601-644.

WHALLEY, J.

Li, C., and J. Whalley. 2015. Chinese Firm and Industry Reactions to Antidumping Initiations and Measures. Applied Economics 47 (26): 2683-2698.

Chatterji, S., S. Ghosal, and J. Whalley. 2014. Unilateral Emissions Mitigation, Spillovers and Global Learning. Climate Change Economics 5 (3). pp 16.

Davies, J. B., X. Shi, and J. Whalley. 2014. The Possibilities for Global Inequality and Poverty Reduction Using Revenues from Global Carbon Pricing. Journal of Economic Inequality 12: 363-391.

Li, S., J. Whalley, C. Xing. 2014. China’s Higher Education Expansion and Unemployment of College Graduates. China Economic Review 30: 567-582.

Whalley, J., and C. Xing. 2014. The Regional Distribution of Skill Premia in Urban China and Implications for Growth and Inequality. International Labour Review 153 (3): 395-419.

Whalley, J., and J. Wang. 2014. Using Tax Based Instruments for Innovative China’s Trade Rebalancing (Chapter 21). The Oxford Companion to the Economics of China. S. Fan, R. Kanbur, S.-J. Wei, and X. Zhang. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Whalley, J., and S. Zhang. 2014. Parametric Persistence of Multiple Equilibria in an Economy Directly Calibrated to 5 Equilibria. Economic Modelling 41: 356-364.

Xing, W., and J. Whalley. 2014. The Golden Tax Project, Value-Added Tax Statistics, and the Analysis of Internal Trade in China. China Economic Review 30: 448-458.

Chen H., and J. Whalley. 2014. China’s Service Trade. Journal of Economic Surveys 28 (4): 746-774.