Nottingham Centre for Research on
Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP)

Research Papers

GEP produces a Research Paper Series, largely comprising papers by GEP Internal and External Research Fellows. They are available for viewing or downloading in PDF format.

Those submitting papers to the GEP Research Paper Series are requested to email them in .doc and .pdf format to Yuan Tian.

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GEP discussion papers 2023

GEP 2023/06: Trade disruptions along the global supply chain

Alejandro Graziano and Yuan Tian

GEP 2023/05: Digitalisation and productivity: gamechanger or sideshow?

Robert Anderton, Vasco Botelho and Paul Reimers

GEP 2023/04: On the pass-through of large devaluations

Carlos Casacuberta and Omar Licandro

GEP 2023/03: Is acquisition-FDI during an economic crisis detrimental for domestic innovation?

Maria Garcia-Vega, Apoorva Gupta and Richard Kneller

GEP 2023/02: Gender differences in reference letters: Evidence from the Economics job market

Markus Eberhardt, Giovanni Facchini and Valeria Rueda

GEP 2023/01: Labour market power and the dynamic gains to openness reforms

Priyaranjan Jha, Antonio Rodriguez-Lope and Adam Hal Spencer


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