Title Date
Modelling and Forecasting Mortgage Delinquency and Foreclosure in the UK
An Overview of Forecasting Facing Breaks
Agent-based computational demography and microsimulation using jas-mine
Long-run restrictions and survey forecasts of output, consumption and investment
No. 2016-04 - Climate policy when preferences are endogenous – and sometimes they are
'The Great Recession and the changing intergenerational distribution of economic stress across income classes in Ireland: A comparative perspective
Quantifying the value of investing in distributed natural gas and renewable electricity systems as complements: Applications of discounted cash flow and real options analysis with stochastic inputs
gets: General-to-Specific (GETS) Modelling and Indicator Saturation Methods
The Psychology of Voting to Leave the EU
Are Specialists Special? The Case of Institutional Investors
The ecological and evolutionary energetics of hunter-gatherer residential mobility
No. 2016-03 - GDP per capita versus median household income: What gives rise to divergence over time?
"The clean energy revolution: science and policy" with Prof Daniel Kammen
A modified impulse-response representation of the global response to carbon dioxide emissions
JAS-mine: A new Java platform for agent-based and microsimulation modelling
No. 2016-02 - Automation and the Welfare State: Technological Change as a Determinant of Redistribution Preferences
How Mortgage Finance Reform Could Affect Housing
Facing the Challenge of Climate Change
Income poverty, affluence and polarisation viewed from the median
Polarization or “Squeezed Middle” in the Great Recession?: A Comparative European Analysis of the Distribution of Economic Stress
When is a Housing Market Overheated Enough to Threaten Stability?
Generalists and Specialists in the Credit Market
Assessing macro uncertainty in real-time when data are subject to revision
A half-century diversion of monetary policy? An empirical horse-race to identify the UK variable most likely to deliver the desired nominal GDP growth rate
Using social media to identify market inefficiencies: Evidence from Twitter and Betfair