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  1. A note on the welfare consequences of wage indexing in a stochastic economy

    Méon, Pierre-Guillaume
    This note surveys the welfare and real consequences of wage indexing in a stochastic economy whose monetary authority lacks credibility. It shows in a unified framework that those consequences might differ markedly depending on the nature and timing of the dominant disturbance in that economy. It finally provides a closed-form expression of the optimal level of wage indexing when all the shocks are taken into account.
    - 29-may-2018

  2. Stock market volatility of regulated industries : an empirical assessment

    Morana, Claudio; Sawkins, John W.
    This paper analyses stock market volatility for the regulated electricity, gas and water utility industries in the UK for the period 1991 - 2002. Using a condi- tional approach, we decompose stock market volatility in components characterised by different degrees of persistence and bearing different economic interpretations. In particular, we identify common and idiosyncratic persistent volatility features of regulated industries and offer an interpretation of the findings in terms of industrial structure and regulatory activity.
    - 29-may-2018

  3. Human capital, innovation capability and economic growth in Portugal, 1960–2001

    Teixeira, Aurora A.C.; Fortuna, Natércia
    In maintaining that the main flaw in empirical studies on economic growth derives from the fact that they employ Solow-style neoclassical growth models, rather than testing actual endogenous growth theory, we examine the human capital-innovation-growth nexus, thus testing new growth theory more directly.We test its insights against the economic evolution of an individual country, Portugal, using time series data from 1960 to 2001. Estimates based on vector autoregressive and cointegration analysis seem to confirm that human capital and indigenous innovation efforts were enormously important to the economic growth process in Portugal during the period of study. In particular, the indirect...
    - 29-may-2018

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