Title Date
No. 2017-11 - The Tipping Point: How America Can Lead the Transition to a Prosperous Clean Energy Economy
Reforming the EU ETS – Where are we now?
How quickly can we adapt to change? An assessment of hurricane damage mitigation efforts using forecast uncertainty
Looking back at social discount rates: effect of papers, presentations and personalities on policy
Network Externalities and Compatibility Among Standards: A Replicator Dynamic and Simulation Analysis
No. 2017-10 - The Chartbook of Economic Inequality
No. 2017-09 - Wright meets Markowitz: How standard portfolio theory changes when assets are technologies following experience curves
No. 2017-06 - A taxonomy of learning dynamics in 2 × 2 games
Can bank-specific variables predict contagion effects?
No. 2017-05 - The prevalence of chaotic dynamics in games with many players
No. 2017-03 - Intergenerational class mobility in Europe: A new account and an old story
No. 2017-04 - Reducing Poverty and Inequality Through Tax-Benefit Reform and the Minimum Wage: The UK as a Case-Study
Common Asset Holdings and Stock Return Comovement
Deciding between alternative approaches in macroeconomics
Anticipating Early Data Revisions to US GDP and the Effects of Releases on Equity Markets
Model and Survey Estimates of the Term Structure of US Macroeconomic Uncertainty
Uniform convergence rates over maximal domains in structural nonparametric cointegrating regression
The Impact of Near-Integrated Measurement Errors on Modelling Long-run Macroeconomic Time Series
Forget about Rational Expectations
John Denis Sargan at the London School of Economics
Learning can generate long memory
Bargaining and wage rigidity in a matching model for the US
Policy analysis, forediction, and forecast failure
Are Macroeconomic Density Forecasts Informative?
Forecasting and Forecast Narratives: The Bank of England Inflation Reports
Data revisions and real-time probabilistic forecasting of macroeconomic variables
Macroeconomics and Consumption
The impact of integrated measurement errors on modeling long-run macroeconomic time series
How well do experience curves predict technological progress? A method for making distributional forecasts
No. 2017-08 - How well do experience curves predict technological progress? A method for making distributional forecasts
The sea isn't actually 'level': Why rising oceans will hit some cities more than others
Complexity: A New Approach to Economic Challenges
Sir Clive W.J. Granger: Contributions to Forecasting
Clive W.J. Granger and Cointegration
Sir Clive W.J. Granger: Model Selection