Climate Change and Energy program
• Abayasekara A and Burke P, 2018, ‘The price elasticity of electricity demand in the United States: A three-dimensional analysis’. The Energy Journal 39(2), 123–145.
• Burke P and Kurniawati S, 2018, ‘Electricity subsidy reform in Indonesia: Demand-side effects on electricity use’, Energy Policy 116, 410–421.
• Halawa E, Shi X, Nepal R, Sari NH, & James G, 2018, ‘The Prospect for an Australian–Asian Power Grid: A Critical Appraisal’. Energies. 11(1).
• Jamasb T, Nepal R and Sen A, 2018, ‘Small Systems, Big Targets: Power Sector Reforms and Renewable Energy in Small Systems’, Energy Policy, Vol. 116 (May), pp. 19-29, 2018.
• McKibbin WJ, Morris AC, Wilcoxen PJ, and Liu W, 2018, ‘The role of border carbon adjustments in a US carbon tax’, Climate Change Economics, Vol. 9, No. 1 (2018) 1840011 (41 pages).
Commodities and the Macroeconomy program
• Alawadhi A, Al-Musallam M, Burney NA, Mohaddes K, 2018, ‘The Dynamics and Determinants of Kuwait’s Long-Run Economic Growth’, Economic Modelling, Volume 71, April 2018, Pages 289-304.
• Chudik A, Pesaran MH, Mohaddes K and Raissi M, 2018, ‘Rising Public Debt to GDP Can Harm Economic Growth’, Economic Letter, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, 13:3, pp. 1–4
• Cross J and Nguyen BH, ‘Time varying macroeconomic effects of energy price shocks: A new measure for China’, Energy Economics, Available online 17 May 2018, ISSN 0140-9883, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eneco.2018.05.014.
• Hoang NT and Nguyen BH, 2018, ‘Oil and Iron Ore Price Shocks: What Are the Different Economic Effects in Australia?’. Economic Record . doi:10.1111/1475-4932.12398
• Smith B and Wills S, ‘Left in the Dark: Oil and Rural Poverty’, Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, forthcoming.
• Wills S, 2018, ‘Leave the volatility fund alone: Principles for managing oil wealth, Journal of Macroeconomics’, Volume 55, Pages 332-352, ISSN 0164-0704.
Finance and the Macroeconomy program
• Amand SSt, Lombardi D and Siklos P, ‘Monetary Policy Spillovers: A Global Empirical Perspective’, International Journal of Central Banking (forthcoming).
• Beaino GC, Lombardi D, CIGI, and Siklos P, 2018, ‘The Transmission of Financial Shocks on a Global Scale: How Important Are They?’ (forthcoming).
• Bohl M, Essid B and Siklos P, ‘Short-Selling Bans and the Global Financial Crisis: Are They Inter-Connected?’, Applied Economics Quarterly (forthcoming).
• Burdekin R and Siklos P, ‘Quantifying the Impact of the November 2014 Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect’, International Review of Economics and Finance (forthcoming).
• Ewing B, Kang W, Ratti RA, 2018, The Dynamic Effects of Oil Supply Shocks on the US Stock Market Returns of Upstream Oil and Gas Companies, Energy Economics 72, 505-516.
• Hassan G and Holmes M, 2018, ‘How Do Workers’ Remittances Respond to Lending Rates?’ International Migration, online (doi: 10.1111/imig.12445)
• Hassan G, Holmes M and Valera H, 2018, ‘Does Inflation Targeting Matter for the Behavior of Inflation and Output Growth? Some Regime-based Evidence for Asian Economies’, Journal of Economic Studies, (forthcoming).
• Kapetanios G, Price SG and Young G, 2018, ‘A UK financial conditions index using targeted data reduction: forecasting and structural identification’. Econometrics and Statistics. ISSN 2452-3062
• Kitney P, 2018, ‘Financial Factors and Monetary Policy: Determinacy and Learnability of Equilibrium’, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control (forthcoming).
• Lütkepohl H, Milunovich G and Yang M, ‘Inference in Partially Identified Heteroskedastic Simultaneous Equations Models’, Journal of Econometrics (fortcoming).
• Nguyen J, Smyth R and Valadkhani A, 2018, ‘Mortgage product diversity: responding to consumer demand or protecting lender profit? An asymmetric panel analysis’, Applied Economics. DOI: 10.1080/00036846.2018.1459038.
• Nguyen J, Smyth R and Valadkhani A, 2018, ‘Consumer electricity and gas prices across Australian capital cities: Structural breaks, effects of policy reforms and interstate differences’, Energy Economics, Vol. 72 (May 2018), pp. 365-375.
• Siklos P, ‘Boom and Bust Cycles in Emerging Markets: How Important is the Exchange Rate?”, Journal of Macroeconomics (forthcoming).
Globalisation and Trade program
• Vines D, Wills S, 2018, ‘The rebuilding macroeconomic theory project: an analytical assessment’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 34, Issue 1-2, 5 January 2018, Pages 1–42.
• Vines D, Wills S, 2018, ‘The financial system and the natural real interest rate: towards a ‘new benchmark theory model’’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 34, Issue 1-2, 5 January 2018, Pages 252–268.
Growth, Demographics and Productivity program
• Alpaslan B and Ali A, 2018, ‘The Spillover Effects of Innovative Ideas on Human Capital’, Review of Development Economics, 22(1), pp. 333-360.
• Kim S, Lee JW, McKibbin WJ, 2018, ‘Asia’s rebalancing and growth’, The World Economy, 2018; 1-23
• Lee JW, 2017, ‘China’s economic growth and convergence’, World Economomy, 40(11), pp. 2455-2474.
• Yakita A, 2018, ‘Fertility and education decisions and child-care policy effects in a Nash-bargaining family model’, forthcoming in Journal of Population Economics.
• Yakita A, 2018, ‘Fertility and intragenerationally efficient environmental and tax policy in a population aging economy,’ Studies in Applied Economics 11, 22-34
• Yakita A,2018, ‘Female Labor Supply, Fertility Rebounds, and Economic Development,’ Review of Development Economics, forthcoming.
Macroeconomic Policy Frameworks program
• Bellofatto AA and Besfamille M, 2018, ‘Regional state capacity and the optimal degree of fiscal decentralization’, Journal of Public Economics (forthcoming).
• Coibion O, Gorodnichenko Y, and Kumar S, ‘How do firms form their expectations: new survey evidence’, forthcoming in American Economic Review.
• Davis S, Fujiwara I and Wang J, ‘Dealing with Time-Inconsistency: Inflation Targeting vs. Exchange Rate Targeting’, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (forthcoming).
• Dennis R, Fujiwara I and Waki Y, ‘The Optimal Degree of Monetary-Discretion in a New Keynesian Model with Private Information”, Theoretical Economics (forthcoming).
• Franta M, Libich J and Stehlík P, 2018, ‘Tracking Monetary-Fiscal Interactions Across Time and Space’, International Journal of Central Banking, 14(3), 167-227.
• Froyen R and Guender A, 2018, ‘The Real Exchange Rate in Taylor Rules: an Assessment’, Economic Modelling (forthcoming).
• Makin A, 2018, ‘Optimal Monetary Policy in Inflation Targeting Open Economies’, Economic Notes. • Ojima M, Shino J, and Ueda K,2018, ‘Retailer Market Concentration, Buyer-size Discounts, and Inflation Dynamics,’ Japanese Economic Review, 69(1), 101-127.
• Sudo N, Ueda K, Watanabe K, and Watanabe T,2018, ‘Working Less and Bargain Hunting More: Macro Implications of Sales during Japan’s Lost Decades,’ Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 50(2-3), 449-478.
Model Uncertainty and Macro-Econometrics
• Bhattacharya P and Thomakos DD, 2018, ‘Robust Model Ranking of Forecasting Performance’, Journal of Forecasting, forthcoming.
• Manopimoke P, ‘Thai Inflation Dynamics in a Globalized Economy’, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, forthcoming.
Multi-Country Models and Methods program
• McKibbin W and Stoeckel A, 2018, ‘Modeling a Complex World: Improving Macro Models’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy vol. 34 nos. 1-2.
Open Economy Macroeconomics program
• Sekine A and Tsuruga T, ‘Effects of Commodity Price Shocks on Inflation: A Cross-country Analysis’, Oxford Economic Papers, forthcoming (CAMA WP 45/2017).
Book and book chapter
Finance and the Macroeconomy program
• Oldani C and Wouters J (eds.) (2018), The G7, Anti-Globalism and the Governance of Globalization, Taylor and Francis, ISBN 9781138583627 (in press September).
Macroeconomic Policy Frameworks program
• Makin A (2018) The Limits of Fiscal Policy, Palgrave Macmillan, UK.