How much nominal rigidity is there in the US economy? Testing a New Keynesian DSGE Model using indirect inference. Forthcoming in Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control., with Vo Phuong Mai Le, Patrick Minford and Michael Wickens. See also Supporting Annex.
Real Exchange Rate Overshooting RBC Style. Journal of International Money and Finance,29(6), pp. 1131-1150, October 2010, with Patrick Minford, Prakriti Sofat and Eric Nowell.
Two Orthogonal Continents: Testing a Two-Country DSGE Model of the US and EU Using Indirect Inference. Open Economies Review, 21(1), pp. 23-44, February 2010, with Vo Phuong Mai Le, Patrick Minford and Michael Wickens.
Testing a DSGE Model of the EU Using Indirect Inference. Open Economies Review, 20(4), pp. 435-471, September 2009, with Patrick Minford and Michael Wickens.
Can the facts of UK inflation persistence be explained by nominal rigidity?. Economic Modelling, 26(5), pp. 978-992, September 2009, with Patrick Minford, Eric Nowell, Prakriti Sofat and Naveen Srinivasan.
Testing a Model of the UK by the Method of Indirect Inference. Open Economies Review, 20(2), pp. 265-291, April 2009, with Patrick Minford and Konstantinos Theodoridis.
Simulating Stock Returns Under Regimes - A New Test of Market Efficiency. Economics Letters, 94(2), pp. 235-239, February 2007. With Patrick Minford and David Peel.
Britain and EMU: Assessing the Costs in Macroeconomic Variability. The World Economy 27 (3), March 2004, 301-358. With Patrick Minford and Bruce Webb.
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