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960 Publications
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  • A Dynamic Analysis of the Determinants of the Greek Credit Default Swaps

    CORREIA, Maria do Rosario; GOKUS, Christian; HALLETT, Andrew Hughes; RICHTER, Christian R. (2016)
    Abstract. There is a consensus in finance literature that credit default swap spreads can be used to calculate the default probability of a government bond. The question is therefore what determines the credit default swap spreads and also what is a good indicator that predicts the future behaviour of this security spreads. In this paper, we investigate several variables which have been used in the past to predict the CDS spreads. We do this by analysing the behaviour of credit swaps spreads ...

    When is trade good for the poor? Evidence from recent literature

    MAMOON, Dawood (2018)
    Abstract. The paper reviews recent literature that tries to find the relationship of trade with economic growth, poverty and inequality. The analysis suggests that trade may be good for the poor but if it leads to inequality especially in industrial wages, it may be detrimental to sustainable economic development. A valid strategy to make trade good for growth and the poor is to invest in education at all levels. A gender sensitive education policy may go a long way in sowing the seeds of bet...

    Economics and how Obama could have lost the 2016 election too

    WU, Cheng K. (2017)
    Abstract. During the 2016 U.S. election, many voters from democratic (‘blue wall’)states, which have voted consistently in the past elections for the democrats, suddenly moved back into the Republican fold.  During this election, the primary economic issue was supposed to be NAFTA, both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump claimed it has been responsible for U.S. manufacturing job losses. So, what is the effect of trade on personal income and in particular manufacturing income and employment? Stil...

    Commenting on Interorganizational Relationship in Franchising Systems: Governance for Learning and Collaborative Research

    LIU, Chi-Fang (2017)
    Abstract. Inter-organizational relationship is increasingly important for modern business world because of its benefits for efficient integration for resources from various parties, facilitation for new knowledge creation, and synergetic use of the collective decision, action and idiosyncratic capabilities. I tend to offer a conceptual discussion for the connections among inter-organizational relationship, governance for organizational learning, and collaborative research in a franchising sys...

    Revisiting Free Market Utopia: A Hayek-Polanyi Reminder

    ÜŞENMEZ, Özgür; DUMAN, Levent (2016)
    Abstract. As pundits discuss the causes and results of the 2008 financial crisis and ensuing Great Recession, economists of various strands—led mainly by Keynesians—are slowly beginning to question the supposed wisdom of unfettered markets. Since Keynesian-liberal disputes revolve around the symptoms of the crisis rather than the historical and structural features of market economies, we thought that a Hayek-Polanyi comparison would be a timely intervention in order to understand the real nat...
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    Research Papers in Economics 141
    EconStor 47
    arXiv.org e-Print Archive 27
    ZENODO 6
    University of Huddersfield Repository 6
    Glyndŵr University Research Online 3
    Pensamento Plural 1
    Deltion of the Christian Archaeological Society 1
    OpenEdition 1
    UTL Repository 1
    Diposit Digital de Documents de la UAB 1
    Leeds Beckett Repository 1
    King's Research Portal 1
    Bournemouth University Research Online 1
    UWE Research Repository 1
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