As we count the year down, there's always time for more reading!
- Birg, L. and A. Goeddeke, 2014. Christmas economics - A sleigh ride. Discussion Paper No. 220, CEGE, University of Gottingen.
- Geraci, A., D. Fabbri, and C. Monfardini, 2014. Testing exogeneity of multinomial regressors in count data models: Does two stage residual inclusion work? Working Paper 14/03, Health, Econometrics and Data Group, University of York.
- Li, Y. and D. E. Giles, 2014. Modelling volatility spillover effects between developed stock markets and Asian emerging stock markets. International Journal of Finance and Economics, in press.
- Ma, J. and M. Wohar, 2014. Expected returns and expected dividend growth: Time to rethink an established literature. Applied Economics, 46, 2462-2476.
- Qin, D., 2014. Resurgence of instrument variable estimation and fallacy of endogeneity. Economics Discussion Papers No. 2014-42, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
- Romano, J. P. and M. Wolf, 2014. Resurrecting weighted least squares. Working Paper No. 172, Department of Economics, University of Zurich.
- Tchatoka, F.D., 2014. Specification tests with weak and invalid instruments. Working Paper No. 2014-05, School of Economics, University of Adelaide.