Title:Die Entdeckung der Geduld : Ausdauer schlägt Talent Author(s):SUTTER, MatthiasDate:2014Citation:
- Salzburg : Ecowin, 2014
Type:BookAbstract:Erfolg hat, wer geduldig ist. Geduld ist eine Tugend, wenn auch eine scheinbar altmodische. Wer möchte heutzutage noch lange mit ungestillten Sehnsüchten und unerfüllten Wünschen leben? Anhand erstaunlicher Forschungsergebnisse ...
Title:Economic methodology and freedom to choose Author(s):O'SULLIVAN, Patrick J.Date:2011Citation:
- London : Routledge, 2011, Routledge Revival
Type:BookAbstract:First published in 1987, Professor O'Sullivan's work provides an in depth philosophical examination of the foundations of method in Economics and other human sciences. The argument is unabashedly dialectical in the great ...
Title:No country for young people? : youth labour market problems in Europe Editor(s):DOLADO, Juan J.Date:2015Citation:
- London : Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2015
Type:BookAbstract:Youth unemployment has been at the forefront of political and academic debate since the unfolding of the Great Recession in 2008, exploited to a greater or lesser extent by the contenders of most elections that have taken ...
Title:DSGE models in macroeconomics : estimation, evaluation, and new development Editor(s):BALKE, Nathan S.; CANOVA, Fabio; MILANI, Fabio; WYNNE, Mark A.Date:2012Citation:
- Bingley : Emerald, 2012, Advances in Econometrics, Vol. 28
Type:BookAbstract:This volume of Advances in Econometrics is devoted to dynamic stochastic general equilibrium (DSGE) models. The editors (of Southern Methodist U., the U. of California, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas in the US; and ...
Title:Is behavioral economics doomed? : The ordinary versus the extraordinary Author(s):LEVINE, David K.Date:2012Citation:
- [Cambridge] : Open Book Publishers, 2012
Type:BookAbstract:It is fashionable to criticize economic theory for focusing too much on rationality and ignoring the imperfect and emotional way in which real economic decisions are reached. All of us facing the global economic crisis ...
Title:The Oxford handbook of the economics of networks Editor(s):BRAMOULLÉ, Yann; GALEOTTI, Andrea; ROGERS, Brian WDate:2016Citation:
- New York : Oxford University Press, 2016, Oxford handbooks
Type:BookAbstract:The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Networks represents the frontier of research into how and why networks they form, how they influence behavior, how they help govern outcomes in an interactive world, and how they ...
Title:The Financial Implications of a Banking Union Author(s):ALLEN, Franklin; CARLETTI, Elena; GIMBER, AndrewDate:2012Citation:
- Thorsten BECK (ed.), Banking Union for Europe: Risks and Challenges, London, Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2012, 115-120
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:With calls for a banking union to resolve the issue of banking interdependence within the Eurozone, this paper explores the reasons behind such a policy, how it should be implemented and the possible ramifications.
Title:Forecasting Volatility Using High-Frequency Data Author(s):HANSEN, Peter Reinhard; LUNDE, AsgerDate:2011Citation:
- Michael P. CLEMENTS and David F. HENDRY (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Economic Forecasting, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011, Oxford Handbooks, 525-556
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:This article focuses on some aspects of high-frequency data and their use in volatility forecasting. High-frequency data can be used to construct volatility forecasts. The article reviews two leading approaches to this. ...
Title:Development as diffusion : manufacturing productivity and Sub-Saharan Africa's missing middle Author(s):GELB, Alan; MEYER, Christian J. ; RAMACHANDRAN, VijayaDate:2015Citation:
- Justin YIFU LIN and Célestin MONGA (eds), The Oxford handbook of Africa and economics : context and concepts, Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015, Oxford handbooks
Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:This chapter considers economic development of sub-Saharan Africa from the perspective of slow convergence of productivity, both across sectors and across firms within sectors. Why have “productivity enclaves,” islands of ...