CAMA working paper series

Claus E, Claus I, June 2005, New Zealand's economic reforms and changing production structure paper no. 16/2005.

Dungey M, Fry R, Gonzales-Hermosillo B, Martin VL, June 2005, Shocks and systemic influences: Contagion in global equity markets in 1998 paper no. 15/2005.

Elliott G, Komunjer I, Timmermann A, June 2005, Biases in macroeconomic forecasts: Irrationality of asymmetric loss? paper no. 14/2005.

McKibbin W, June 2005, Global demographic change and Japanese macroeconomic performance paper no. 13/2005.

Menzies GD, Zizzo DJ, June 2005, Inferential expectations paper no. 12/2005.

Anderson HM, Low CN, Snyder R, May 2005, Single source of error state space approach to the Beveridge Nelson decomposition paper no. 11/2005.

McKibbin WJ, Stegman A, May 2005, Convergence and per capita carbon emissions paper no. 10/2005.

Arin KP, Koray F, May 2005, Fiscal policy and economic activity: US evidence paper no. 09/2005.

Stegman A, May 2005, Convergence in carbon emissions per capita paper no. 08/2005.

Pagan A, May 2005, Some econometric analysis of constructed binary time series paper no. 07/2005.

Felipe J, May 2005, A note on competitiveness, unit labor costs and growth: Is "Kaldor's Paradox" a figment of interpretation? paper no. 06/2005.

Ang JB, McKibbin WJ, May 2005, Financial liberalization, financial sector development and growth: Evidence from Malaysia paper no. 05/2005.

Claus I, May 2005, The effects of bank lending in an open economy paper no. 04/2005.

Haugh D, April 2005, The influence of consumer confidence and stock prices on the United States business cycle paper no. 03/2005.

Scheibe J, Vines D, February 2005, A Phillips curve for China paper no. 02/2005.

Kapetanios G, Pagan A, Scott A, January 2005, Making a match: Combining theory and evidence in policy-oriented macroeconomic modelling paper no. 01/2005.

Lee JW, McKibbin WJ, Park YC, November 2004, Transpacific trade imbalances: Causes and cures paper no. 14/2004.

Felipe J, Hasan R, McCombie JSL, November 2004, Correcting for biases when estimating production functions: An illusion of the laws of algebra? paper no. 13/2004.

Felipe J, McCombie JSL, October 2004, Is a theory of total factor productivity really needed? paper no. 12/2004.

Felipe J, Adams FG, September 2004, "A theory of production" the estimation of the Cobb-Douglas function: A retrospective view paper no. 11/2004.


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