Nottingham Centre for Research on
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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 Alejandro Riaño

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GEP discussion papers 2019

GEP 19/14: Innovation union: Costs and benefits of innovation policy coordination

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Teodora Borota, Fabrice Defever, and Giammario Impullitti

GEP 19/13: Do university technology transfers increase firms' innovation?

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Maria Garcia-Vega and Oscar Vicente-Chirivella

GEP 19/11: Importing after exporting

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Facundo Albornoz and Ezequiel Garcia-Lembergman

GEP 19/10: The effect of airports on the growth of service exports

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Richard Kneller and Danny McGowan

GEP 19/09: Cloud computing and firm growth

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Timothy DeStefano, Richard Kneller and Jonathan Timmis

GEP 19/08: Asymmetric additionalities between R&D outsourcing locations

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María García-Vega and Elena Huergo

GEP 19/05: The survey on migration and the reshaping of consumption patterns (MARCO_P)

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Edoardo Cefala, Giovanni Facchini, Corrado Giuletti, Jackie Wahba and Chuhong Wang

GEP 19/04: Priority roads: The political economy of Africa's interior-to-coast roads

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Roberto Bonfatti and co-authors investigate whether Africa's interior-to-coast roads are the optimal response to geography and comparative advantage, or rather the result of political distortions.

GEP 19/03: Foreign influence and domestic policy

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Toke S. Aidt, Facundo Albornoz and Esther Hauk

GEP 19/02: Gravity

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Rodolphe Desbordes and Markus Eberhardt explore the substantial differences in the trade-inducing effects of regional trade agreements across countries and over time.

 

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