Publications

Read our select list of publications, which include peer-reviewed articles and working papers published by the Centre for Applied Research in Economics (CARE) since it was founded in 2011. Publications dated prior to 2011 illustrate the Centre's academic pedigree.

Read our select list of publications, which include peer-reviewed articles and working papers published by the Centre for Applied Research in Economics (CARE) since it was founded in 2011. Publications dated prior to 2011 illustrate the Centre's academic pedigree. Authors showing in underlined text are members or affiliates of CARE.

2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2004

2016


Berkman Henk, Randall Clement & Annie Zhang (2016) KiwiSaver risk indicators, New Zealand Economic Papers, 50:1, 71-87

Bridgman, B. and Greenaway-McGrevy, R. (2016) “The fall (and rise) of Labour Share in New Zealand”, New Zealand Economic Papers, 50(3): 1-22.

Erwann Sbai. Inequity and History in a Corruption Game: Some Experimental Evidence (with Ananish Chaudhuri and Tirnud Paichayontvijit), Games 2016, 7(2), 13; doi: 10.3390/g7020013

Greenaway-McGrevy, R. T., & Hood, K. K. (2016). Worker migration or job creation? Persistent shocks and regional recoveries. Journal of Urban Economics, 96, 1-16.

Lippert, S. Manufacturer suggested retail prices, loss aversion and competition (with S. Fabrizi, C. Puppe & S. Rosenkranz), Journal of Economic Psychology 53, 2016, 141-153.

Sundaram, A and Kamal, F. (2016) ‘Buyer-seller Relationships in International Trade: Do Your Neighbors Matter?’ (2016), Journal of International Economics, 102, 128-140.

2015


Bloch, F., S. Fabrizi & S. Lippert (2015) “Learning and collusion in new markets with uncertain entry costs”, Economic Theory 58(2), 273-303.

Greenaway-McGrevy, R. (2015) “Evaluating Independent Sample Forecasts in Panel Data”, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, forthcoming.

Greenaway-McGrevy, R. "Hot Property in New Zealand: Empirical Evidence of Housing Bubbles in the Metropolitan Centres". New Zealand Economic Papers50(1), 88-113. (with Peter C.B. Phillips)

Suomalainen, K., G. Pritchard, B. Sharp, Z (2015). Yuan and G. Zakeri. Correlation analysis on wind and hydro resources with electricity demand and prices in New Zealand, Applied Energy, p.54.

2014


R. Fabling, & A. Grimes. (2014) “The ‘Suite’ Smell of Success: Personnel Practices and Firm Performance”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review 67(4), 1095-1126.

Greenaway-McGrevy, R., C. Han & D. Sul (2014) “Estimation and Inference for Difference-in-Difference Regressions with Persistent Errors”, Advances in Econometrics 33, 281-302.

Hazledine, T. (2014). “Searching for the sweet spot: The determinants of direct services from Canadian airports”, Journal of Air Transport Management 41, 50-55.

St John, S. (2014) “What Has New Zealand's Retirement Policy Framework to Offer the International Debate”, Policy Quarterly 10(3), Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, University of Victoria.

2013


K. Bergstrom, A. Grimes & S. Stillman (2013) “Does Selling State Silver Generate Private Gold? Neighbourhood Impacts of State House Sales”, Urban Studies 51(6), 1257-1273.

Fabrizi, S., S. Lippert, P.-J. Norback & L. Persson (2013) “Venture capitalists and the patenting of innovations”, Journal of Industrial Economics 61(3), 623-659.

2012


Fabrizi, S. & S. Lippert (2012) “Due diligence, research joint ventures, and incentives to innovate”, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics JITE 168(4), 588-611.

St John, S., & Dale, M. C. (2012). Evidence-based evaluation: Working for Families. Policy Quarterly, 8 (1), 39-51.

2011


Dale, M. C., & St John, S. (2011). Funding the long goodnight: the rapidly growing market for long-term care of the frail elderly. Paper presented at New Zealand Association of Economists 2011 Conference, Wellington. 29 June - 1 July 2011.

Spagnolo, G. & S. Lippert (2011) “Networks of relations and word-of-mouth communication”, Games and Economic Behavior 72(1), 202--217.

2010


St John, S., & Chen, Y.-P. (2010). Aging of the elderly: An intragenerational funding approach to long-term care. European Papers on the New Welfare 15, 11.

St John, S., & Dale, M. C. (2010). New Zealand Family Assistance for poor children: the experience of child-based work incentives. European Journal of Social Security, 12 (3), 216-241.

2009


Aoki, Reiko and Rhema Vaithianathan (2009). Is Demeny Voting the Answer to Low Fertility in Japan? PIE/CIS Discussion Paper, Center for Intergenerational Studies, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University.

Dale, M. C., Lazonby, A. J., St John, S., & Littlewood, M. (2009). Literature Review: New Zealand Superannuation and Overseas Pensions. Working Paper prepared for the Human Rights Commission, 2009 Retirement Policy and Research Centre.

Jiang, N., Sharp, B. and Sheng, M. (2009). New Zealand’s Emission Trading Scheme. New Zealand Economic Papers 43(1), 69-79.

Lippert, S. & C. Schumacher (2009) “Hopping on the methadone bus”, Journal of Health Economics 28(3), 728-736.

2008


Dale, M. C., Shepherd, D. M., & Woods, C. R. (2008). Family models as a framework for employment relations in entrepreneurial family businesses. New Zealand Journal of Employment Relations, 33 (1), 55-73.

Spagnolo, G. & S. Lippert (2008) “Internet peering as a network of relations”, Telecommunications Policy 32(1), 33-49.

2004


Gai, P., S. Hayes and H. Shin (2004). ‘Crisis Costs and Debtor Discipline: The Efficacy of Public Policy in Sovereign Debt Crises‘, Journal of International Economics 62, 245-62.