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 2022

GEP 2022/08: Employment to output elasticities and reforms towards flexicurity: Evidence from OECD countries

Holger Görg, Cecília Hornok, Catia Montagna and George E Onwordi

GEP 2022/07: Exchange rate expectations and exports: Firm-level evidence from China

Xiaohua Bao, Hailiang Huang, Larry D. Qiu, and Xiaozhuo Wang

GEP 2022/04: The causal effects of the darker side of financial development

Rachel Cho, Rodolphe Desbordes and Markus Eberhardt

GEP 2022/03: Globalization and market power

Giammario Impullitti and Syed Kazmi

GEP 2022/01: The Trade/GDP ratio as a measure of openness

Michael Bleaney and Mo Tian


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