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2020

Abul Naga R, Stapenhurst C, Yalonetzky G. 2020. Asymptotic Versus Bootstrap Inference for Inequality Indices of the Cumulative Distribution Function. Econometrics. 8.1
Azpitarte F, Gallegos JV, Yalonetzky G. 2020. On the Robustness of Multidimensional Counting Poverty Orderings. The Journal of Economic Inequality.
Carnevali E, Deleidi M, Pariboni R, Veronese Passarella M. 2020. Cross-border financial flows and global warming in a two-area ecological SFC model. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences.
Carnevali E, Godin A, Lucarelli S, Veronese Passarella M. 2020. Productivity growth, Smith effects and Ricardo effects in Euro Area's manufacturing industries. Metroeconomica. 129-155 71.1
Chadi A, Hetschko C. 2020. How Job Changes Affect People’s Lives: Evidence from Subjective Well-being Data. British Journal of Industrial Relations.
da Costa Antonio AE, Rodriguez Gil A. 2020. Oil-shocks and fiscal policy procyclicality in Angola. Assessing the role of asymmetries and institutions. Review of Development Economics. 209-237 24.1
Dimitrakopoulos S, Kolossiatis M. 2020. Bayesian analysis of moving average stochastic volatility models: modeling in-mean effects and leverage for financial time series. Econometric Reviews. 319-343 39.4
García‐Quevedo J, Kesidou E, Martínez‐Ros E. 2020. Driving sectoral sustainability via the diffusion of organizational eco‐innovations. Business Strategy and the Environment. 1437-1447 29.3
Kesidou E, Wu L. 2020. Stringency of environmental regulation and eco-innovation: Evidence from the eleventh Five-Year Plan and green patents. Economics Letters. 190
Kosny M, Silber J, Yalonetzky G. 2020. On the Measurement of Multi-Period Income Mobility. Research on Economic Inequality.
Luna E, Mearman A. 2020. Learning to rebel. Sustainable Earth. 3
Mavroudi E, Kesidou E, Pandza K. 2020. Shifting back and forth: How does the temporal cycling between exploratory and exploitative R&D influence firm performance?. Journal of Business Research. 386-396 110
Outram Q. 2020. Book Review: Hazardous Chemicals: Agents of Risk and Change, 1800-2000. LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW. 91-96 85.1
Spencer D, Slater G. 2020. No automation please, we’re British: technology and the prospects for work. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.
Spencer DA. 2020. Economics and ‘bad’ management: the limits to performativity. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 17-32 44.1
Yalonetzky G. 2020. Inequality of ratios. METRON.
Mir G, Karlsen S, Mitullah W, Bhojani U, Uzochukwu B, Okeke C, Mirzoev T, Ebenso B, Dracup N, Dymski G, Duong DTT, Ha BTT, Ouma S, Onibon F, Ogwezi J, Adris S. 2020. Achieving SDG 10: A Global Review of Public Service Inclusion Strategies for Ethnic and Religious Minorities. In: Overcoming Inequalities in a Fractured World:Between Elite Power and Social Mobilization.

2019

Mearman A, Berger S, Guizzo D. 2019. What is Heterodox Economics? Conversations with Leading Economists.
Carnevali E, Deleidi M, Pariboni R, Veronese Passarella M. 2019. SFC Dynamic Models: Features, Limitations and Developments. In: Arestis P; Sawyer M (eds.) Frontiers of Heterodox Macroeconomics.
Dimitrakopoulos S. 2019. Bayesian estimation of panel count data models: dynamics, latent heterogeneity, serial error correlation and nonparametric structures.. In: Panel Data Econometrics.
Dymski G. 2019. Sraffa in the city: Exploring the urban multiplier. In: Growth, Distribution and Effective Demand: Alternatives to Economic Orthodoxy: Alternatives to Economic Orthodoxy.
Ocean N, Howley P. 2019. Eating more fruit and vegetables linked to better mental well-being.
Seth S, Yalonetzky G. 2019. Measuring poverty so that the poorest are not left behind.
Spencer D. 2019. Davos: why measures of economic progress must consider the quality of work on offer.
Spencer D. 2019. Four-day work week is a necessary part of human progress – here’s a plan to make it happen.
Aknouche A, Demmouche N, Dimitrakopoulos S, Touche N. 2019. Bayesian analysis of periodic asymmetric power GARCH models. Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics & Econometrics.
Arestis P, Phelps P. 2019. A Panel Analysis of Brazilian Regional Inequality. Environment and Planning A.
Bailey D, Coffey D, Gavris M, Thornley C. 2019. Industrial policy, place and democracy. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. 327-345 12.3
Bonizzi B, Kaltenbrunner A. 2019. Liability driven investment and pension fund exposure to emerging markets: A Minskyan analysis. Environment and Planning A. 420-439 51.2
Carnevali E, Fontana G, Veronese Passarella M. 2019. Assessing the Marshall-Lerner Condition in a SFC Model. The Paradox of Stabilising Sticky Prices. Cambridge Journal of Economics.
Cerpa Vielma N, Cömert H, D’Avino C, Dymski G, Kaltenbrunner A, Petratou E, Shabani M. 2019. Too big to manage: US megabanks’ competition by innovation and the microfoundations of financialization. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 1103-1121 43.4
Demirel P, Kesidou E. 2019. Sustainability-oriented Capabilities for Eco-Innovation: Meeting the Regulatory, Technology and Market Demands. Business Strategy and the Environment. 847-857 28.5
Dimitrakopoulos S, Tsionas M. 2019. Ordinal-response GARCH models for transaction data: A forecasting exercise. International Journal of Forecasting. 1273-1287 35.4
Hetschko C, Knabe A, Schöb R. 2019. Looking Back in Anger? Retirement and Unemployment Scarring. Demography. 1105-1129 56.3
Hetschko C, Preuss M. 2019. Income in jeopardy: How losing employment affects the willingness to take risks. Journal of Economic Psychology. 102175-102175
Hetschko C, Reumont L, Schöb R. 2019. Embedding as a pitfall for survey‐based welfare indicators: evidence from an experiment. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). 517-539 182.2
Ioannou S, Wójcik D, Dymski G. 2019. Too-Big-To-Fail: Why Megabanks Have Not Become Smaller Since the Global Financial Crisis?. Review of Political Economy. 1-26
Kobus M, Półchłopek O, Yalonetzky G. 2019. Inequality and welfare in quality of life among OECD countries: non-parametric treatment of ordinal data. Social Indicators Research. 201-232 143.1
Mearman A, Guizzo Archela D, Berger S. 2019. ‘TAMA’ economics under siege in Brazil: the threats of curriculum governance reform. Review of International Political Economy.
Ocean N, Howley P, Ensor J. 2019. Lettuce be happy: A longitudinal UK study on the relationship between fruit and vegetable consumption and well-being. Social Science & Medicine. 335-345 222
Outram Q. 2019. BOOK REVIEW The London Restaurant, 1840-1914. LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW. 89-92 84.1
Outram Q. 2019. BOOK REVIEW The Winding Road to the Welfare State: Economic Insecurity & Social Welfare Policy in Britain. LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW. 206-208 84.2
Porter C, Yalonetzky G. 2019. Fuzzy chronic poverty: A proposed response to Measurement Error for Intertemporal Poverty Measurement. Review of Income and Wealth. 119-143 65.1
Seth S, Yalonetzky G. 2019. Assessing deprivation with an ordinal variable: theory and application to sanitation deprivation in Bangladesh. The World Bank Economic Review.
Vélez Grajales R, Monroy-Gómez-Franco LA, Yalonetzky G. 2019. Inequality of Opportunity in Mexico. Journal of Income Distribution. 27.3-4
Varley-Campbell J, Mújica-Mota R, Coelho H, Ocean N, Barnish M, Packman D, Dodman S, Cooper C, Snowsill T, Kay T, Liversedge N, Parr M, Knight L, Hyde C, Shennan A, Hoyle M. 2019. Three biomarker tests to help diagnose preterm labour: a systematic review and economic evaluation.

2018

Dutta I, Yalonetzky G. 2018. Social inequality: Empirical findings. In: Handbook of Research on Economic and Social Well-Being.
Dymski G. 2018. Finance and Financial Systems: Evolving Geographies of Crisis and Instability. In: Clark GL; Feldman MP; Gertler MS; Wojcik D (eds.) The New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford Handbooks.
Kaltenbrunner A, Painceira JP. 2018. Financierización en América Latina: Implicancias de la Integración Financiera Subordinada.. In: Abeles M; Caldentey E; Valdecantos S (eds.) Estudios sobre Financierización en América Latina.
Spencer D. 2018. The need to work less is a matter of life and death.
Spencer D. 2018. Stop working on your commute – it doesn’t benefit anyone.
Spencer D, Greaves H. 2018. Collaborating with the government.
Arestis P, Phelps P. 2018. Inequality implications of European economic and monetary union membership: A reassessment. Environment and Planning A. 1443-1472 50.7
Ballon P, Yalonetzky G. 2018. EDITORIAL Introduction to Special Section: Quantitative Approaches to the Measurement and Analysis of Female Empowerment and Agency. Journal of Development Studies. 1279-1283 54.8
Barcia M, Kesidou E. 2018. Innovation and entrepreneurship as strategies for success among Cuban-based firms in the late years of the transatlantic slave trade. Business History. 542-561 60.4
Bortz PG, Kaltenbrunner A. 2018. The International Dimension of Financialization in Developing and Emerging Economies. Development and Change. 375-393 49.2
Chadi A, Hetschko C. 2018. The magic of the new: How job changes affect job satisfaction. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy. 23-39 27.1
Chatterton P, Owen A, Cutter J, Dymski G, Unsworth R. 2018. Recasting Urban Governance through Leeds City Lab: Developing Alternatives to Neoliberal Urban Austerity in Co‐production Laboratories. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 226-243 42.2
Chaudhuri K, Yalonetzky G. 2018. The state of female autonomy in India: A stochastic dominance approach. Journal of Development Studies. 1338-1353 54.8
Demirel P, Iatridis K, Kesidou E. 2018. The Impact of Regulatory Complexity upon Self-regulation: Evidence from the Adoption and Certification of Environmental Management Systems. Journal of Environmental Management. 80-91 207
Dimitrakopoulos S. 2018. Accounting for persistence in panel count data models. An application to the number of patents awarded. Economics Letters. 245-248 171
Dörry S, Dymski G. 2018. Will Brexit Reverse the Centralizing Momentum of Global Finance?. Geoforum.
Iatridis K, Kesidou E. 2018. What Drives Substantive Versus Symbolic Implementation of ISO 14001 in a Time of Economic Crisis? Insights from Greek Manufacturing Companies. Journal of Business Ethics. 859-877 148.4
Isaacs G, Kaltenbrunner A. 2018. Financialization and liberalization: South Africa’s new forms of external vulnerability. Competition and Change. 437-463 22.4
Kaltenbrunner A. 2018. Financialised internationalisation and structural hierarchies: a mixed-method study of exchange rate determination in emerging economies. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 1315-1341 42.5
Kaltenbrunner A, Painceira JP. 2018. Subordinated Financial Integration and Financialisation in Emerging Capitalist Economies: The Brazilian Experience. New Political Economy. 290-313 23.3
Mearman A, Guizzo D, Berger S. 2018. Whither Political Economy? Evaluating the CORE Project as a Response to Calls for Change in Economics Teaching. Review of Political Economy. 241-259 30.2
Mearman A, Guizzo D, Berger S. 2018. Is UK economics teaching changing? Evaluating the new subject benchmark statement. Review of Social Economy. 377-396 76.3
Outram Q. 2018. BOOK REVIEW Cowie Miners, Polmaise Colliery and the 1984-85 Miners’ Strike. Labour History Review. 188-189 83.2
Ozusaglam S, Kesidou E, Wong CY. 2018. Performance effects of complementarity between environmental management systems and environmental technologies. International Journal of Production Economics. 112-122 197
Rodriguez Gil A. 2018. Hysteresis and labour market institutions. Evidence from the UK and the Netherlands. Empirical Economics. 1985-2025 55.4
Spencer DA. 2018. Fear and hope in an age of mass automation: debating the future of work. New Technology, Work and Employment. 1-12 33.1

2017

Dymski GA. 2017. Making Financial Instability Visible in Space as Well as Time: Towards a more Keynesian Geography. In: Christophers B; Leyshon A; Mann G (eds.) Money and Finance After the Crisis: Critical Thinking for Uncertain Times.
Dymski GA, Kaltenbrunner A. 2017. How finance globalized A tale of two cities. In: Ertürk I; Gabor D (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Banking Regulation and Reform.
Dymski GA, Shabani M. 2017. On the geography of bubbles and financial crises. In: Martin R; Pollard J (eds.) Handbook on the Geographies of Money and Finance.
Gemzik-Salwach A, Opolski K. 2017. Financialization and the Economy.
Iatridis K, Kesidou E. 2017. What Drives the Quality of Certifiable Management System Standards Implementation? Insights from the ISO 9001 Standard. In: Heras-Saizarbitoria I (eds.) ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and New Management Standards.
Outram Q. 2017. The Featherstone Massacre and its Forgotten Martyrs. In: Outram Q; Laybourn K (eds.) Secular Martyrdom in Britain and Ireland: From Peterloo to the Present.
Outram Q, Laybourn K. 2017. 'The People’s Flag is Deepest Red, It Shrouded oft our Martyred Dead’: Martyrdom and the People’s History. In: Outram Q; Laybourn K (eds.) Secular Martyrdom in Britain and Ireland: From Peterloo to the Present.
Outram Q, Laybourn K. 2017. ‘A Divine Discontent with Wrong’: The People’s Martyrology. In: Outram Q; Laybourn K (eds.) Secular Martyrdom in Britain and Ireland: From Peterloo to the Present.
Yalonetzky G. 2017. The benchmark of maximum relative bipolarisation. In: Bandyopadhyay S (eds.) Research on Economic Inequality: Poverty, Inequality and Welfare. Research on Economic Inequality.
Yalonetzky G. 2017. The necessary requirement of median independence for relative bipolarisation measurement. In: Bandyopadhyay S (eds.) Research on Economic Inequality: Poverty, Inequality and Welfare. Research on Economic Inequality.
Spencer D. 2017. Taylor Review: a high principled report into the gig economy that will fail to deliver.
Alkire S, Apablaza M, Chakravarty S, Yalonetzky G. 2017. Measuring chronic multidimensional poverty. Journal of Policy Modeling. 983-1006 39.6
Arestis P, Fontana G, Phelps P. 2017. Regional Financialisation and Financial Systems Convergence: Evidence from Italy. Environment and Planning A. 141-167 49.1
Arestis P, Phelps P. 2017. Financial Market Implications of Monetary Policy Coincidences: Evidence from the UK and Euro Area Government-Bond Markets. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money. 88-102 49
Boffo M, Brown A, Spencer DA. 2017. From Happiness to Social Provisioning: Addressing Well-Being in Times of Crisis. New Political Economy. 450-462 22.4
Brown A, Spencer DA, Veronese Passarella M. 2017. The Extent and Variegation of Financialisation in Europe: a Preliminary Analysis. Revista de Economia Mundial (World Economy Journal). 49-70 46
Dimitrakopoulos S. 2017. Semiparametric Bayesian inference for time-varying parameter regression models with stochastic volatility. Economics Letters. 10-14 150
Dimitrakopoulos S. 2017. The semiparametric asymmetric stochastic volatility model with time-varying parameters: The case of US inflation. Economics Letters. 14-18 155
Dimitrakopoulos S, Dey DK. 2017. Discrete-response state space models with conditional heteroscedasticity: An application to forecasting the federal funds rate target. Economics Letters. 20-23 154
Dymski GA. 2017. The challenge of creating a more diverse economics: Lessons from the UCR Minority Pipeline Project. Race, Ethnicity and Education. 385-400 20.3
Kaltenbrunner A, Lysandrou P. 2017. The US Dollar’s Continuing Hegemony as an International Currency: A Double Matrix Analysis. Development and Change. 663-691 48.4
Kaltenbrunner A, Painceira JP. 2017. The Impossible Trinity: Inflation Targeting, Exchange Rate Management and Open Capital Accounts in Emerging Economies. Development and Change. 452-480 48.3
Mearman A. 2017. The Econocracy: the perils of leaving economics to the experts, J. Earle, C. Moran, Z. Ward-Perkins. Manchester University Press, Manchester (2016). 212 pp., pb £10.00, ISBN 978-1526-110138. International Review of Economics Education. 41-42 25
Outram Q. 2017. BOOK REVIEW: Review of 'Reform, Revolution and Direct Action amongst British Miners: The Struggle for the Charter in 1919'. Labour History Review. 82.2
Outram Q. 2017. The Demand for Residential Domestic Service in the London of 1901. Economic History Review. 893-918 70.3
Spencer D. 2017. Work in and beyond the Second Machine Age: the politics of production and digital technologies. Work, Employment and Society. 142-152 31.1

2016

Kaltenbrunner A. 2016. Stemming the Tide: Capital Account Regulations in Developing and Emerging Countries. In: Financial Liberalisation.
Kaltenbrunner A, Karacimen E. 2016. The contested nature of financialization in emerging capitalist economies. In: The Great Financial Meltdown: Systemic, Conjunctural or Policy-Created?. New Directions in Modern Economics series.
Mearman A. 2016. Experimental methods and data. In: Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Heterodox Economics.
Outram Q. 2016. Liberia: Recent History. In: Africa South of the Sahara 2017. 46. Europa Regional Surveys of the World.
Outram Q. 2016. Liberia: Economy. In: Africa South of the Sahara 2017. 46. Europa Regional Surveys of the World.
Yalonetzky GI. 2016. Index of Dissimilarity. In: Stone J; Dennis R; Rizova P; Smith A (eds.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. SSEZ -Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedias in Social Sciences.
Slater GJR, Spencer D. 2016. A Budget for the next generation? Not likely..
Spencer D. 2016. How strengthening the bargaining power of workers could boost UK productivity.
Spencer D. 2016. Sleep deprivation costs the economy billions – and sends workers to an early grave.
Apablaza M, Bresson F, Yalonetzky G. 2016. When more does not necessarily mean better: Health-related illfare comparisons with non-monotone wellbeing relationships. Review of Income and Wealth. S145-S178 62.S1
Arestis P, Phelps P. 2016. Endogeneity Analysis of Output Synchronization in the Current and Prospective EMU. Journal of Common Market Studies. 525-543 54.3
Chadi A, Hetschko C. 2016. Flexibilization without hesitation? Temporary contracts and job satisfaction. Oxford Economic Papers. 217-237 68.1
Dimitrakopoulos S, Kolossiatis M. 2016. State Dependence and Stickiness of Sovereign Credit Ratings: Evidence from a Panel of Countries. Journal of Applied Econometrics. 1065-1082 31.6
Dymski GA. 2016. Reclaiming the analysis of market power and competition in crisis-prone capitalism: Reflections on The Great Leveler. Environment and Planning A. 2532-2537 48.12
Forde C, Slater G. 2016. Labour market regulation and the ‘competition state’: an analysis of the implementation of the Agency Working Regulations in the UK. Work, Employment and Society. 590-606 30.4
Forde C, Slater G. 2016. Temporary agency work: evolution, regulation and implications for performance. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance. 312-322 3.3
Hetschko C. 2016. On the misery of losing self-employment. Small Business Economics. 461-478 47.2
Outram Q. 2016. Gender, Rhetoric and Regulation: Women's Work in the Civil Service and the London County Council, 1900-1955. LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW. 169-170 81.2
Outram Q. 2016. The Great Labour Unrest: Rank-and-File Movements and Political Change in the Durham Coalfield. LABOUR HISTORY REVIEW. 171-172 81.2
Outram Q. 2016. Lewis H. Mates, The Great Labour Unrest: Rank-and-File Movements and Political Change in the Durham Coalfield, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016, pp. xiv + 311, h/b, £75, ISBN 9780719090684. Labour History Review. 171-172 81.2
Outram Q. 2016. Helen Glew, Gender, Rhetoric and Regulation: Women’s Work in the Civil Service and the London County Council, 1900-1955, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016, pp. xvi + 265, h/b, £70, ISBN 9780719090271. Labour History Review. 171-172 81.2
Spencer DA. 2016. BOOK REVIEW: Capitalism and the Political Economy of Work Time. WORK EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIETY. 722-723 30.4
Yalonetzky GI. 2016. Robust inequality comparisons based on ordinal attributes with Kolm-independent measures. Economics Bulletin. 2203-2208 36.4

2015

Bailey D, Coffey D, Thornley C. 2015. No space, no place. In: Begley J; Coffey D; Donnelly T; Thornley C (eds.) Global Economic Crisis and Local Economic Development: International Cases and Policy Responses.
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2015. Industrial Policy: The British Case. In: Gerlach F; Schietinger M; Ziegler A (eds.) Industrial Policy in Europe.
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2015. Industrial Policy: A Green Agenda. In: Bailey D; Cowling K; Tomlinson PR (eds.) Modern Perspectives on Industrial Policy in the UK.
Dymski GA. 2015. Limits of Policy Intervention in a World of Neo-liberal Mechanism Designs: Paradoxes of the Global Crisis. In: Europe in Crisis: Problems, Challenges, and Alternative Perspectives.
Dymski GA. 2015. The Crisis of the Core Seen through the Eyes of the Periphery: A Schelling Model of the Global-South Megacity and the European Crisis. In: Europe in Crisis: Problems, Challenges, and Alternative Perspectives.
Dymski GA. 2015. Access to capital and Inner-Ci ty Revitalization: Urban policy after proposition 209. In: Back to Shared Prosperity: The Growing Inequality of Wealth and Income in America.
Mearman AJ, Philp B. 2015. The Association for Heterodox Economics: Past, Present and Future. In: Jo T; Todorova Z (eds.) Advancing the Frontiers of Heterodox Economics Essays in Honor of Frederic S. Lee. Routledge Advances in Heterodox Economics.
Outram Q. 2015. Carlow, Charles Augustus (1878-1954). In: Goldman L (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Outram Q. 2015. Nimmo, Sir Adam, KBE (1866-1939). In: Goldman L (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Outram Q. 2015. Foot, Robert William (1889-1973). In: Goldman L (eds.) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Chaudhuri K, Reilly KT, Spencer DA. 2015. Job satisfaction, age and tenure: A generalized dynamic random effects model. ECONOMICS LETTERS. 13-16 130
Kaltenbrunner A. 2015. Financial integration and exchange rate determination: a Brazilian case study. International Review of Applied Economics. 129-149 29.2
Kaltenbrunner A. 2015. A post Keynesian framework of exchange rate determination: a Minskyan approach. Journal of Post Keynesian Economics. 426-448 38.3
Kaltenbrunner A, Painceira JP. 2015. Developing countries’ changing nature of financial integration and new forms of external vulnerability: the Brazilian experience. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 1281-1306 39.5
Kośny M, Yalonetzky G. 2015. Relative income change and pro-poor growth. Economia Politica. 311-327 32.3
Mearman A, Snow SG. 2015. Using great works of literature in an interdisciplinary, political economy framework. On the Horizon. 149-157 23.3
Spencer DA. 2015. Developing an understanding of meaningful work in economics: the case for a heterodox economics of work. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 675-688 39.3
Spencer DA, Budd JW. 2015. Worker well-being and the importance of work: bridging the gap. European Journal of Industrial Relations. 181-196 21.2
Slater G. 2015. BOOK REVIEW The Oxford Handbook of Employment Relations: Comparative Employment Systems edited by AdrianWilkinson, GeoffreyWood and RichardDeeg (eds) Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2014, 762 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-969509-6, £95.00 hardback. Industrial Relations Journal.

2014

Dymski GA, Aldana CB. 2014. The racial U-curve in U.S. residential credit markets in the 1990s: Empirical evidence from a post keynesian world. In: Empirical Post Keynesian Economics: Looking at the Real World.
Outram Q. 2014. Liberia: Recent History [2015]. In: Frame I (eds.) Africa South of the Sahara 2015.
Outram Q. 2014. Liberia: Economy [2015]. In: Frame I (eds.) Africa South of the Sahara 2015.
Brown A, Spencer DA. 2014. Understanding the Global Financial Crisis: Sociology, Political Economy and Heterodox Economics. Sociology. 938-953 48.5
Chiong M, Dymski G, Hernandez J. 2014. Contracting the Commonwealth: John R. Commons and Neoliberal Financial Crises. JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ISSUES. 927-947 48.4
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2014. Shock, awe and continuity: Mrs Thatcher's legacy for the public sector. Industrial Relations Journal.
Deutsch J, Silber J, Yalonetzky G. 2014. On Bi-Polarization and The Middle Class in Latin America: A Look At the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century. Review of Income and Wealth. S332-S352 60
Dymski GA. 2014. The neoclassical sink and the heterodox spiral: political divides and lines of communication in economics. Review of Keynesian Economics. 1-19 2.1
Hetschko C, Knabe A, Schöb R. 2014. Changing Identity: Retiring from Unemployment. The Economic Journal. 149-166 124.575
Mayhew A, Dymski G. 2014. EDITORIAL INTRO: Mini-Symposium on Social Culture of Finance, John R. Commons in the Twenty-First Century: Introduction.. Journal of Economic Issues. 901-904 48.4
Mearman A. 2014. How should economics curricula be evaluated?. International Review of Economics Education. 73-86 16
Mearman A, Pacheco G, Webber D, Ivlevs A, Rahman T. 2014. Understanding student attendance in business schools: An exploratory study. International Review of Economics Education. 120-136 17
Mearman A, Papa A, Webber D. 2014. Why do students do economics?. Economic Issues.
Slater GJR, Philp B, Wheatley D. 2014. New Labour and work-time regulation: a Marxian analysis of the UK economy. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 711-732 39.3
Slater GJR, Spencer DA. 2014. Workplace relations, unemployment and finance-dominated capitalism. Review of Keynesian Economics. 134-146 2.2
Spencer DA. 2014. Conceptualising work in economics: negating a disutility. Kyklos. 280-294 67.2
Yalonetzky G. 2014. Conditions for the most robust multidimensional poverty comparisons using counting measures and ordinal variables. SOCIAL CHOICE AND WELFARE. 773-807 43.4
Yalonetzky GI. 2014. Relative bipolarization Lorenz curve. Economics Bulletin Conley J (eds.). 1103-1113 34.2
Yalonetzky GI. 2014. BOOK REVIEW of The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Poverty. The Journal of Economic Inequality Jenkins S (eds.).
Forde CJ, Slater GJR. 2014. The effects of Agency Workers Regulations on agency and employer practice. In: The effects of Agency Workers Regulations on agency and employer practice.

2013 & previous

Bailey D, Coffey D, Tomlinson PR. 2007. Introduction: The attributes of the crisis.
Carnevali E. 2012. In difesa di Barack Obama.
Carnevali E, Pellizzetti P. 2010. Liberista sarà lei! l'imbroglio del liberismo di sinistra.
Church R, Outram Q. 1998. Strikes and Solidarity: Coalfield Conflict in Britain 1888-1966.
Coffey D. 2006. The Myth of Japanese Efficiency: The World Car Industry in a Globalizing Age.
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2003. Industrial and Labour Market Policy and Performance: Issues and Perspectives.
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2003. Introduction: Across the policy divide.
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2003. Editors' preface.
Coffey D, Thornley C. 2009. Globalization and the Varieties of Capitalism Debate: New Labour, Economic Policy and the Abject State.
Outram Q. 2000. The Lessons of Liberia: Analysis of the Liberian Complex Political Emergency, 1989-1997. Complex Political Emergencies.
Outram Q. 2012. Coal in Victorian Britain Part 1.
Outram Q. 2012. Coal in Victorian Britain.
Outram Q, Archer C, Cliffe L, Duffy G, Lyall K, Mohammed H, Naizhgi E, Silkin T, Tekleyohannes Y, Tesfai A, Villumstad S. 1991. Projected Food Aid Requirements, Eritrea, 1991. Revised Report of the Independent Expert Group.
Outram Q, Archer C, Cliffe L, Duffy G, Lyall K, Mohammed H, Naizhgi E, Silkin T, Tekleyohannes Y, Tesfai A, Villumstad S. 1992. Projected Food Aid Requirements, Eritrea, 1991. Final Projections of the Independent Expert Group.
Outram Q, Archer C, Cliffe L, Duffy G, Lyall K, Naizhgi E, Silkin T, Tekleyohannes Y, Villumstad S. 1991. Eritrea Food and Agriculture Assessment Study, 1991: Report of the Independent Expert Group University of Leeds.
Outram Q, Bowers J, Corry B, Driver C, Duffy G, Gwilliam K, Huws U. 1989. The Corry Report: The Impact of Mass Hongkong Immigration to the UK. An Economic Analysis.
Spencer DA. 2009. The Political Economy of Work.
Yagi K, Yokokawa N, Hagiwara S, Dymski GA. 2013. Crises of global economies and the future of capitalism: Reviving marxian crisis theory.
Bailey D, Coffey DJ, Tomlinson P. 2007. 'The Attributes of the Crisis'. In: Bailey D; Coffey D; Tomlinson PR (eds.) Crisis or Recovery in Japan: State and Industrial Economy.
Caniels M, Kesidou EE, Romijn H. 2009. The software sector in Uruguay: a sectoral systems of innovation perspective.
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Kesidou E, Caniels M, Romijn H. 2009. Local Knowledge Spillovers and Development: An exploration of the Software Cluster in Uruguay. Industry and Innovation: dynamics, strategies, policies. 247-272 16.2
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McIlroy J, Campbell A, Laybourn K, Outram Q. 2006. The General Strike and mining lockout of 1926: A select bibliography. Historical Studies in Industrial Relations. 183-206 21.1
Mearman A. 2002. To What Extent Is Veblen an Open-Systems Theorist?. Journal of Economic Issues. 573-580 36.2
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Mearman A. 2005. Introduction to the Symposium on Post Keynesian Economics and the Environment. International Journal of Environment, Workplace and Employment.
Mearman A. 2006. Eriksson on critical realism: a comment. Review of Political Economy. 105-112 18.1
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Mearman A. 2005. On Sheila Dow's concept of dualism: clarification, criticism and development. Cambridge Journal of Economics.
Mearman A. 2006. Critical realism in economics and open-systems ontology: A critique. Review of Social Economy. 47-75 64.1
Mearman A. 2007. Post Keynesian economics and the environment: waking up and smelling the coffee burning?. International Journal of Green Economics. 374-374 1.3/4
Mearman A. 2008. Pluralism and Heterodoxy: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Philosophical Economics.
Mearman A. 2011. Do pluralist curricula make happier, better educated students: a qualitative analysis. International Review of Economics Education.
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Outram Q. 1997. The Stupidest Men in England? The Industrial Relations Strategy of the Coalowners Between the Lockouts, 1923-1924. Historical Studies in Industrial Relations. 65-954
Outram Q. 1997. Cruel Wars and Safe Havens: Humanitarian Aid in Liberia 1989-1996. Disasters. 189-205 21.3
Outram Q. 1997. 'It's Terminal Either Way': An Analysis of Armed Conflict in Liberia, 1989-1996. Review of African Political Economy. 355-371 73
Outram Q. 1999. Liberia: Roots and Fruits of the Emergency. Third World Quarterly. 163-173 20.1
Outram Q. 1999. The History of Labour and the History of Art. Historical Studies in Industrial Relations. 117-1268
Outram Q. 2001. The Socio-Economic Relations of Warfare and the Military Mortality Crises of the Thirty Years' War. Medical History. 151-184 45.2
Outram Q. 2002. The Demographic Impact of Early Modern Warfare. Social Science History. 245-272 26.2
Outram Q. 2006. Discourses on Work and the Liberal-Labour Alliance, 1880-1910: The View from the Coalfields. Victorian Studies.
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Outram Q. 2008. Entitlement Failures, Health Crises and Other Crisis Mortalities: A General Approach. Development and Change.
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Outram Q. 2012. ‘Social and Political Identities and the Opposition to the Nationalization of the British Coal Industry, 1911-1947’. Unpublished.
Outram Q. 2012. ‘The Emotional History of English Politics: Anger and Sympathy in the Aftermath of the 1893 “Featherstone Massacre” ’. Journal of Social History.
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Philp B, Slater GJR, Harvie D. 2005. Preferences, power and the determination of working hours. Journal of Economic Issues. 75-90 39.1
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Slater G. 2002. The Poverty of Flexibility. International Review of Applied Economics. 243-251 16.2
Slater G, Spencer DA. 2000. The Uncertain Foundations of Transaction Costs Economics. Journal of Economic Issues. 61-87 34.1
Spencer DA. 2000. The Demise of Radical Political Economics? An Essay on the Evolution of a Theory of Capitalist Production. Cambridge Journal of Economics. 543-564 24.5
Spencer DA. 2000. Braverman and the Contribution of Labour Process Analysis to the Critique of Capitalist Production - Twenty-Five Years On. Work, Employment & Society. 223-243 14.2
Spencer DA. 2001. Empowering Economics - Review Article of Power, Employment, and Accumulation. Social Structures in Economic Theory and Practice. Jim Stanford, Lance Taylor, Ellen Houston, eds. International Review of Applied Economics. 465-470 15.3
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Spencer DA. 2002. Social and economic motivation at work: Theories of motivation reassessed. CONTEMP SOCIOL. 283-284 31.3
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Spencer DA. 2003. The Labour-less Labour Supply Model in the Era Before Phillip Wicksteed. Journal of the History of Economic Thought. 505-514 25.4
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Spencer DA. 2004. Deconstructing the labour Supply Curve. Metroeconomica. 442-458 55.4
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Yalonetzky G. 2012. Measuring Group Disadvantage with Inter-distributional Inequality Indices: A Critical Review and Some Amendments to Existing Indices. ECONOMICS-THE OPEN ACCESS OPEN-ASSESSMENT E-JOURNAL. 6
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