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A truly global recession has not been manifest since the Great Depression of the 1930s. As a result, the multilateral institutions put in place at the end of the Second W [...]
2009 | Journal Article |
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Let me begin by postulating that the high status now enjoyed by science is precarious. It is founded on fallacies in the minds of many people about the nature of science. [...]
1960-07 | Journal Article |
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Combining depth, length and breadth, the Great Recession is the worst economic downturn that the US economy has suffered since the Great Depression. Among other things, t [...]
2013 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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We develop a multi-market equilibrium displacement model that allows for demand linkages (substitutes or complements) across downstream product markets, and supply linkag [...]
2005 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The economies of developed countries have, since 2007, experienced the most significant and persistent period of economic malaise since the 1930s. Domestic economic polic [...]
31 January 2012 | Journal Article |
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All countries have felt the impact of the recession, the phase characteristic of negative effects such as slower economic growths (stagnation), high inflation rates and h [...]
28 January 2011 | Journal Article |
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All countries have felt the impact of the recession, the phase characteristic of negative effects such as slower economic growths (stagnation), high inflation rates and h [...]
28 January 2011 | Journal Article |
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We examine the inter-linkages between economies in the European Monetary Union. We work through a baseline New Keynesian Model and include export subsidies into the analy [...]
24 May 2016 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Over the past year and a half, Canada, along with the rest of the world, experienced an economic downturn, the likes of which had not been seen since the Great Depression [...]
2010-02 | Report |
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The beggar-thy-neighbour aspect of commodity advertising means that benefits to one commodity from advertising come at the expense of other commodities. The effect can be [...]
2007 | Journal Article |