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No. 2015-02 - Have UK Earnings Distributions Polarised?
No. 2015-03 - Income Inequality and Status-Seeking
No. 2015-04 - Hanging in, but only just: Part-time employment and in-work poverty through the crisis.
No. 2015-05 - Job Loss by Wage Level: Lessons from the Great Recession in Ireland
No. 2015-06 - The Challenge of Measuring UK Wealth Inequality in the 2000s
No. 2015-07 - On the Share of Inheritance in Aggregate Wealth Europe and the United States, 1900-2010
No. 2015-08 - Competing with the Dragon: Employment Effects of Chinese Trade Competition in 17 Sectors Across 18 OECD Countries
No. 2015-01 - Rising Income Inequality and Living Standards in OECD Countries: How Does the Middle Fare?
On the universal structure of human lexical semantics
The Net Zero Imperative
Old Economic Models Couldn’t Predict the Recession:?Time for New Ones
The Long-Run History of Income Inequality in Denmark
An example of instability: Discussion of the paper by Søren Johansen and Bent Nielsen
Outliers and model selection: Discussion of the paper by Søren Johansen and Bent Nielsen'
Beyond the Square Root: Evidence for Logarithmic Dependence of Market Impact on Size and Participation Rate
Bayesian Estimation of Agent-Based Models
Postdoc vacancy: An introduction into the Employment, Equity, and Growth team
Have we become more indebted?
Forecasters' disagreement about how the economy operates, and the role of long-run relationships
Mind the gap: inequality and its impacts
Modern Microfinance: A Field in Flux
Credit Conditions and Consumption, House Prices and Debt: What Makes Canada Different?
Between debt and the devil: money, credit, and fixing global finance
Professor Cameron Hepburn: Disruptive Energy Technologies
Professor Sir David Hendry: Economics and Big Data [Part 2]