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The latest papers from STICERD

Econometrics Discussion Paper Series
Dynamic Panels with Threshold Effect and Endogeneity
Myung Hwan  Seo,  Yongcheol  Shin,  September 2014
Paper No' EM/2014/577: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Economic Organisation and Public Policy Discussion Paper Series
When Commitment Fails - Evidence from a Regular Saver Product in the Philippines
Anett  John (née Hofmann),  August 2014
Paper No' EOPP 55: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Econometrics Discussion Paper Series
A Cusum Test of Common Trends in Large Heterogeneous Panels
Javier  Hidalgo,  Jungyoon  Lee,  August 2014
Paper No' EM/2014/576: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

The latest papers from CEE and CEP

CEP Election Analysis
The Scottish Referendum: Breaking Up is Hard – and expensive - to Do
John  Van Reenen,  September 2014
Paper No' CEPEA018: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
Paper copy now out of print.
CEP Discussion Paper
Patents and the Global Diffusion of New Drugs
Iain  Cockburn,  Jean O.  Lanjouw,  Mark  Schankerman,  September 2014
Paper No' CEPDP1298: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)
CEP Discussion Paper
Education and Health Knowledge: Evidence from UK Compulsory Schooling Reforms
David W.  Johnston,  Grace  Lordan,  Michael A.  Shields,  Agne  Suziedelyte,  September 2014
Paper No' CEPDP1297: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)

The latest papers from CASE

CASE Reports
Tenant Futures: External evaluation of the National Communities Resource Centre Tenant Training Programme
Eileen  Herden,  July 2014
Paper No' CASEreport 84: Full paper (pdf)
CASE Reports
Facing Debt: Economic Resilience in Newham
July 2014
Paper No' CASEreport 83: Full paper (pdf)
CASE Papers
Climate Change and Sustainable Welfare: An Argument for the Centrality of Human Needs
Ian  Gough,  July 2014
Paper No' CASE/182: Read Abstract | Full paper (pdf)