Title:Britain and Canada and their large neighboring monetary unions, part I Author(s):HOWARTH, David; VERDUN, Amy; PADFIELD, Melissa; YOUNG, Patricia; WILLETT, Thomas D.; ARTIS, Michael J.; LAIDLER, David; SCHEMBRI, Lawrence; GRUBEL, Herbert; CROWLEY, Patrick M.Date:2006Citation:
- Current politics and economics of Europe, 2006, 17, 1, 1-170
Title:Information in economics forecasting Author(s):GRANGER, Olive W.J.; CLEMENTS, Michael P.; HENDRY, David F.; FAVERO, Carlo; MARCELLINO, Massimiliano; BANERJEE, Anindya; MASTEN, Igor; HARVEY, David I.; NEWBOLD, Paul; CASTLE, Jennifer L.; ALLEN, P. Geoffrey; FILDES, Robert; KORENOK, Oleg; SWANSON, Norman R.; ANDERSON, Heather M.; VAHID, Farshid; WALLIS, Kenneth F.; MITCHELL, James; HALL, Stephen G.Date:2005Citation:
- Oxford bulletin of economics and statistics, 2005, 67, Supp., 707-1033
Title:The effect of employment protection on worker effort: absenteeism during and after probation Author(s):ICHINO, Andrea; RIPHAHN, Regina T.Date:2005Citation:
- Journal of the European Economic Association, 2005, 3, 1, 120-143
Type:ArticleAbstract:Employment protection systems are widely believed to generate distortions in firms' hiring and firing decisions. However, much less is known about the impact of these regulations on workers' behavior. In this paper we ...
Title:Clean evidence on peer effects Author(s):FALK, Armin; ICHINO, AndreaDate:2006Citation:
- Journal of labor economics, 2006, 24, 1, 39-58
Type:ArticleAbstract:We study subjects who were asked to fill letters into envelopes with a remuneration independent of output. In the 'pair' treatment, two subjects worked at the same time in the same room, and peer effects were possible. In ...