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UCD Centre for Economic Research 2019 Papers

WP19/01 Ellen Ryan and Karl Whelan: 'Quantitative Easing and the Hot Potato Effect: Evidence from Euro Area Banks' January 2019
WP19/02  Kevin Denny: 'Upper Bounds on Risk Aversion under Mean-variance Utility' February 2019
WP19/03 Kanika Kapur: 'Private Health Insurance in Ireland: Trends and Determinants' February 2019
WP19/04  Sandra E Black, Paul J Devereux, Petter Lundborg and Kaveh Majlesi: 'Understanding Intergenerational Mobility: The Role of Nature versus Nurture in Wealth and Other Economic Outcomes and Behaviors' February 2019
WP19/05  Judith M Delaney and Paul J Devereux: 'It’s not just for boys! Understanding Gender Differences in STEM' February 2019
WP19/06  Enoch Cheng and Clemens Struck: 'Time-Series Momentum: A Monte-Carlo Approach' March 2019
WP19/07  Matteo Gomellini and Cormac Ó Gráda: 'Brain Drain and Brain Gain in Italy and Ireland in the Age of Mass Migration' March 2019
WP19/08  Anna Aizer, Paul J Devereux and Kjell G Salvanes: 'Grandparents, Mothers, or Fathers? - Why Children of Teen Mothers do Worse in Life' March 2019
WP19/09 Clemens Struck, Adnan Velic: 'Competing Gains From Trade' March 2019
WP19/10 Kevin Devereux, Mona Balesh Abadi, Farah Omran: 'Correcting for Transitory Effects in RCTs: Application to the RAND Health Insurance Experiment' April 2019
WP19/11 Bernardo S Buarque, Ronald B Davies, Dieter F Kogler and Ryan M Hynes: 'OK Computer: The Creation and Integration of AI in Europe' May 2019
WP19/12 Clemens C Struck and Adnan Velic: 'Automation, New Technology and Non-Homothetic Preferences' May 2019
WP19/13 Morgan Kelly: 'The Standard Errors of Persistence' June 2019
WP19/14 Karl Whelan: 'The Euro at 20: Successes, Problems, Progress and Threats' June 2019
WP19/15 David Madden: 'The Base of Party Political Support in Ireland: An Update' July 2019
WP19/16 Cormac Ó Gráda: 'Fifty Years a-Growing: Economic History and Demography in the ESR' August 2019
WP19/17 David Madden: 'The ESR at 50: A Review Article on Fiscal Policy Papers' August 2019
WP19/18 Jonathan Briody, Orla Doyle and Cecily Kelleher: 'The Effect of the Great Recession on Health: A longitudinal study of Irish Mothers 2001-2011' August 2019
WP19/19  Martina Lawless and Zuzanna Studnicka: 'Old Firms and New Export Flows: Does Experience Increase Survival?' September 2019
WP19/20  Sarah Parlane and Lisa Ryan: 'Optimal Contracts for Renewable Electricity' September 2019
WP19/21 Claes Ek and Margaret Samahita: 'Pessimism and Overcommitment' September 2019
WP19/22  David Madden 'BMI Mobility and Obesity Transitions Among Children in Ireland' September 2019
WP19/23  Martina Lawless and Zuzanna Studnicka: 'Products or Markets: What Type of Experience Matters for Export Survival?' October 2019
WP19/24  Neil Cummins and Cormac Ó Gráda: 'Artisanal Skills, Watchmaking, and the Industrial Revolution: Prescot and Beyond' October 2019
WP19/25  Morgan Kelly, Cormac Ó Gráda and Peter Solar: 'Safety at Sea during the Industrial Revolution' October 2019  
WP19/26  Oana Peia and Davide Romelli: 'Did Bank Lending Stifle Innovation in Europe During the Great Recession?' November 2019
WP19/27 Dimitrios Bermperoglou, Yota Deli and Sarantis Kalyvitis: 'Investment Tax Incentives and Their Big Time-to-Build Fiscal Multiplier' November 2019
WP19/28  Judith M Delaney and Paul J Devereux: 'Math Matters! The Importance of Mathematical and Verbal Skills for Degree Performance' November 2019
WP19/29  Alan Fernihough and Cormac Ó Gráda: 'Across the Sea to Ireland: Return Atlantic Migration before the First World War' November 2019
WP19/30 Tamanna Adhikari and Karl Whelan: 'Do Business-Friendly Reforms Boost GDP?' December 2019
WP19/31  Judith M Delaney and Paul J Devereux: 'The Effect of High School Rank in English and Math on College Major Choice' December 2019
WP19/32  Tensay Hadush Meles, Lisa Ryan and Sanghamitra Mukherjee: 'Heterogeneity in Preferences for Renewable Home Heating Systems' December 2019

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