Uxbridge UB8 3PH
Brunel University London - Economics and Finance
financial development, economic growth, heterogeneous panels, pooled mean group estimation, non-monotonicity
literacy among women and low caste, dominant landed and capitalist elite, minority elite, poor and the marginalised, education spending, development and non-development spending, India
fiscal shocks, narrative approach, fiscal multiplier, natural disaster
fiscal policy, fiscal adjustment, narrative approach, cyclically adjusted primary balance
fiscal shocks, fiscal multiplier, military build-ups, US economy
exogenous fiscal shocks, natural disaster relief expenditure, narrative approach, structural vector-autoregressive model
Conspicuous consumption, conspicuous wealth, endogenous growth, public capital, optimal consumption tax
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public education spending, landed elite, capitalist elite, minority elite, marginalized poor, panel estimates, Indian states
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natural disasters, government spending, fiscal multiplier, U.S. states
Asset pricing, Bid-ask spreads, Heterogeneity, GMM
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