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
natural disasters, government spending, fiscal multiplier, U.S. states
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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Asset pricing, Bid-ask spreads, Heterogeneity, GMM
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