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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)Type
2013Twenty Thousand Sterling Under the Sea: Estimating the value of protecting deep-sea biodiversityJobstvogt, Niels; Hanley, Nicholas; Hynes, Stephen; Kenter, Jasper; Witte, UrsulaWorking or Discussion Paper
Dec-2011An Iterative Auction for Spatially Contiguous Land Management: An Experimental AnalysisBanerjee, Simanti; Shortle, James S; Kwasnica, Anthony MWorking or Discussion Paper
Apr-2008The impacts of knowledge of the past on preferences for future landscape changeHanley, Nicholas; Ready, Richard; Colombo, Sergio; Watson, Fiona; Stewart, Mairi; Bergmann, ArielWorking or Discussion Paper
Nov-2011Agglomeration Bonus in Local Networks: A laboratory examination of spatial coordination failureBanerjee, Simanti; Kwasnica, Anthony M; Shortle, James SWorking or Discussion Paper
Apr-1988A Post-Keynesian Perspective on the Relation Between Banking and Regional DevelopmentChick, Victoria; Dow, SheilaWorking or Discussion Paper
2012Replacing the Barnett Formula by needs assessment: lessons from school funding formulae in England and ScotlandBall, Robert; King, David; Eiser, DavidWorking or Discussion Paper
Dec-2015Who gained from the introduction of free universal secondary education in England and Wales?Hart, Robert A; Moro, Mirko; Roberts, J ElizabethWorking or Discussion Paper
Dec-2009Contract Renegotiation and Rent Re-Redistribution: Who Gets Raked Over the Coals?Kosnik, Lea; Lange, IanWorking or Discussion Paper
Dec-2008Modelling preference heterogeneity in stated choice data: an analysis for public goods generated by agricultureColombo, Sergio; Hanley, Nicholas; Louviere, JordanWorking or Discussion Paper
Feb-2011Incorrectly accounting for taste heterogeneity in choice experiments: Does it really matter for welfare measurement?Torres, Cati; Hanley, Nicholas; Colombo, SergioWorking or Discussion Paper
Jun-2008Measuring the demand for nature-based tourism in Africa: a choice experiment using the "cut-off" approachHanley, Nicholas; Bush, Glenn; Colombo, SergioWorking or Discussion Paper
Feb-2011How Does the Institutional Setting for Creditor Rights Affect Bank Lending and Risk-Taking?Zhao, Tianshu; Murinde, Victor; Mlambo, KupukileWorking or Discussion Paper
Oct-2008Wage-Hours Contracts, Overtime Working and Premium PayHart, Robert A; Ma, YueWorking or Discussion Paper
Feb-2013Life Satisfaction and Air Quality in EuropeFerreira, Susana; Akay, Alpaslan; Brereton, Finbarr; Cunado, Juncal; Martinsson, Peter; Moro, Mirko; Ningal, Tine FWorking or Discussion Paper
Apr-2012Asset Prices, Credit and the Business CycleChen, Xiaoshan; Kontonikas, Alexandros; Montagnoli, AlbertoWorking or Discussion Paper
Nov-2014Measuring the Euro-Dollar Permanent Equilibrium Exchange Rate using the Unobserved Components ModelChen, Xiaoshan; MacDonald, RonaldWorking or Discussion Paper
Nov-2014An Empirical Assessment of Optimal Monetary Policy Delegation in the Euro AreaChen, Xiaoshan; Kirsanova, Tatiana; Leith, CampbellWorking or Discussion Paper
Aug-2014The Emperor Has New Clothes: Empirical Tests of Mainstream Theories of Economic GrowthGreasley, David; Hanley, Nicholas; McLaughlin, Eoin; Oxley, LesWorking or Discussion Paper
Jul-2014Social norms, morals and self-interest as determinants of pro-environment behaviourCzajkowski, Mikolaj; Hanley, Nicholas; Nyborg, KarineWorking or Discussion Paper
Oct-2014Can Early Intervention Policies Improve Well-being? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial *Daly, Michael; Delaney, Liam; Doyle, Orla M; Fitzpatrick, Nick; O'Farrelly, ChristineWorking or Discussion Paper
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This collection contains electronic copies of working papers produced by Economics staff.