This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 92 references in this bibliography folder.

Daveri, F and Tabellini, G (April 2000).
Unemployment, growth and taxation in industrial countries
Economic Policy, 15(30):47-104.

Boug, P, Cappelen, �, and Swensen, A (2006).
The New Keynesian Phillips Curve for a Small Open Economy
Research Department of Statistics Norway, Discussion Papers(460).

Pedroni, P (2006).
RATS Code for Cointegration Tests in Heterogeneous Panels with Multiple Regressors
Economics Department, Williams College, M.A.

Bowdler, C and Nunziata, L (2005).
Inflation Adjustment and Labour Market Structures: Evidence from a Multi-Country Study
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), IZA Discussion Papers(1510).

Nickell, S, Nunziata, L, and Ochel, W (2005).
Unemployment in the OECD Since the 1960s. What Do We Know?

Nunziata, L (2005).
Institutions and Wage Determination: A Multi-country Approach
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, 67(4):435-466.

Banerjee, A and Carrion-i-Silvestre, J (2004).
Breaking Panel Data Cointegration
No source specified

Banerjee, A, Marcellino, M, and Osbat, C (2004).
Some Cautions on the Use of Panel Methods for Integrated Series of Macroeconomic Data
Econometrics Journal, 7(2):322-340.

Belot, M and Ours, Jv (2004).
Does the Recent Success of some OECD Countries in Lowering their Unemployment Rates lie in the Clever Design of their Labour Market Reforms?
Oxford Economic Papers, 56(4):621–642.

Podrecca, E (2004).
Labor Market Institutions and Wage Setting. Empirical Evidence for OECD Countries
Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche e Statistiche, Università di Trieste, Working Paper(101).

Ashworth, P and Byrne, J (2003).
Some International Evidence on Price Determination: A Non-stationary Panel Approach
Economic Modelling, 20(4):809-838.

Asteriou, D, Lukacs, P, Pain, N, and Price, S (2003).
Manufacturing price determination in OECD countries; markups, demand and uncertainty in a dynamic heterogeneous panel
Royal Economic Society, Royal Economic Society Annual Conference 2003(168).

Clements, M and Sensier, M (2003).
Asymmetric Output-gap Effects in Phillips Curve and Mark-up pricing Models: Evidence for the US and the UK
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 50(4):359-374.

Im, K, Pesaran, M, and Shin, Y (2003).
Testing for Unit Roots in Heterogeneous Panels
Journal of Econometrics, 115(1):53-74.

IMF (2003).
Unemployment and Labour Market Institutions
In: World Economic Outlook, chap. 4.

Kenworthy, L (2003).
Quantitative Indicators of Corporatism
International Journal of Sociology, 33:10-44.

Baker, D, Glyn, A, Howell, D, and Schmitt, J (2002).
Labor Market Institutions and Unemployment: A Critical Assessment of Cross-Country Evidence
Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis , SCEPA Working Paper(2002-17).

Bertola, G, Blau, F, and Kahn, L (2002).
Comparative Analysis of Labor Market Outcomes: Lessons for the US from International Long-Run Evidence
In: The Roaring Nineties: Can Full Employment Be Sustained, ed. by A.Krieger and R.Solow, Russel Sage and Century Foundations, New York.

Chen, Y, Snower, DJ, and Zoega, G (2002).
Labour Market Institutions and Macroeconomic Shocks
C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers, CEPR Discussion Papers(3480).

Levin, A, Lin, C, and Chia-Shang, C (2002).
Unit Root Tests in Panel Data: Asymptotic and Finite-sample Properties
Journal of Econometrics, 108(1):1-24.

Choi, I (2001).
Unit Root Tests for Panel Data
Journal of International Money and Finance, 20(2):249-272.

Kenworthy, L (2001).
Wage-setting Coordination Scores
No source specified

Nickell, S, Nunziata, L, Ochel, W, and Quintini, G (2001).
The Beveridge Curve, Unemployment and Wages in the OECD from the 1960s to the 1990s
LSE, Centre for Economic Performance (CEP).

Peel, D, Sarno, L, and Taylor, M (2001).
Nonlinear Mean-Reversion in Real Exchange Rates: Towards a Solution to the Purchasing Power Parity Puzzles
C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers, CEPR Discussion Papers(2658).

Traxler, F, Blaschke, S, and Kittel, B (2001).
National Labour Relations in Internationalized Markets
Oxford University Press, New York.