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SPECIAL ISSUES

Special issues contain collections of papers on a specific topic or from a specific event. They are compiled by editors who are responsible for the selection of contributions to a special issue.

These papers have undergone an initial peer review process. They are published on an Open Access and Open Assessment E-Journal platform with capacity for comment and discussion with the authors to maximise access and engagement.

WORKING PAPERS

Our Working Papers are written by one or more authors who have received support from Rebuilding Macroeconomics or who have been active participants in our research hubs and events.

 

These papers have not undergone a peer review process and are published to encourage discussion and suggestions for revision before publication. Authors welcome feedback to the corresponding author listed on the cover page.

DISCUSSION PAPERS

Our Discussion Papers are written by authors who have not received support from Rebuilding Macroeconomics but have submitted papers that we welcome and are relevant to our mission.

These papers have not undergone a peer review process and are published to encourage discussion and suggestions for revision before publication. Authors welcome feedback to the corresponding author listed on the cover page.

SPECIAL ISSUES

 

Bio-psycho-social foundations of macroeconomics

Editor: David Tuckett, University College London (UCL), UK; Dennis J. Snower, Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany; Angus Armstrong, Rebuilding Macroeconomics (NIESR)

Deadline for Paper Submissions: October 31, 2019

WORKING PAPERS

 

No.33

Socio-Political Consequences of Regional Economic Divergence in Britain: 1983-2018

Stephen Fisher, Martha Kirby, Eilidh Macfarlane | January 18, 2021

No.32

Learning The Structure and Relations of Banking Systems:  International Evidence on the Role of Relationship Banking, and the UK Experience in the Light of 'Levelling-UP' Challenges

Colin Mayer, Philip McCann and Jacob Schumacher | January 18, 2021

No.31

Learning from Behavioural Changes That Fail

Magda Osman, Scott McLachlan, Norman Fenton, Martin Neil, Ragnar Löfstedt, Björn Meder | January 11, 2021

No. 30

Verbal Interaction in a Social Dilemma Experiment Exertion

Agata Ludwiczak, Zoe Adams, Magda Osman, and Devyani Sharma | January 11, 2021

No. 29

Do As I Say, Not As I Do - The Role of Social Comparisons in Cooperative Effort Exertion

Agata Ludwiczak and Zoe Adams | January 11, 2021

No. 28

The Persistent Consequences of Adverse Shocks: How the 1970s Shaped UK Regional Inequality.

Patricia G. Rice and Anthony J. Venables | January 4, 2021

No. 27

Humanistic Digital Governance

Dennis J. Snower and Paul Twomey| December 23, 2020

No. 26

Recoupling Economic and Social Prosperity

Katharina Lima de Miranda, and Dennis J. Snower| December 15, 2020

No. 25

Capital Shocks, Real Estate Risks and the Effects of the Global Financial Crisis in US Cities

Michael Daams, Philip McCann, Paolo Veneri, Richard Barkham, and Dennis Schoenmaker| December 10, 2020

No. 24

Briefing Note: The Resilience of British and Towns to Economic Shocks UK

Ron Martin, and Ben Gardiner | December 10, 2020

No. 23

UK Interregional Inequality in a Historical and International Comparative Context

Andre Carrascal-Incera, Philip McCann, Raquel Ortega-Argilés, and Andrés Rodríguez-Pose | December 01, 2020

No. 22

Narratives as a Coordinating Device for Reversing Regional Disequilibrium

Paul Collier and David Tuckett | November 30, 2020

No. 21

Towards a Normative Theory of Systemic (Financial) Risk

Andrew Baker, Fabian Schuppert, and Jay Cullen | November 27, 2020

No. 20

Central Bank Money: Liability, Asset, or Equity of the Nation?

Michael Kumhof, Jason Allen, Will Bateman, Rosa Lastra, Simon Gleeson, Saule Omarova | November 25, 2020

No. 19

How Market Ecology Explains Market Malfunction

Maarten P. Scholl, Anisoara Calinescu and J. Doyne Farmer  | September 28, 2020

No. 18

Is Identity-Priming a Short-Cut to Cooperation?

Yvan I. Russell  | September 22, 2020

No. 17

Emergence of Core-Periphery Structures in the European Union: A Complexity Perspective

Claudius Gräbner, and Jakob Hefele  | September 04, 2020

No. 16

Globalisation and Rent Sharing

Pawel Bukowski, Stephen Machin, and David Soskice  | August 27, 2020

No. 15

Institutional Supercycles: An Evolutionary Macro-Finance Approach

Yannis Dafermos, Daniela Gabor, and Jo Michell  | July 30, 2020

No. 14

Banks and Macroeconomic Stability. A Behavioural Macroeconomic Approach

Yuemei Ji, Paul Grauwe | July 5, 2020

No. 13

Monetary Policy and the Management of Uncertainty: a Narrative Approach

David Tuckett, Douglas Holmes, Alice Pearson and Graeme Chaplin | July 3, 2020

No. 12

A Simple Economic Model with Interactions

Maxim Gusev, Dimitri Kroujiline | June 5, 2020

No. 11

Stock Price Stabilization? Permanent vs Temporary Short-Sales Limits in a

Heterogeneous Beliefs Model

Michael Hatcher | June 1, 2020

No. 10

Production Networks and Epidemic Spreading: How to Restart the UK Economy

Anton Pichler, François Lafond, Marco Pangallo, R. Maria del Rio-Chanona, and J. Doyne Farmer | May 21, 2020

No. 9

Capability Accumulation and Product Innovation: Agent-Based Perspective

Anna Hornykewycz and Claudius Gräbner | May 5, 2020

No. 8

The Importance of Beliefs in Shaping Macroeconomic Outcomes

Roger E. A. Farmer | April 20, 2020

No. 7

Overcoming the Global Despondency Trap

Strengthening Corporate Accountability in Supply Chains

Alice Evans | April 15, 2020

No. 6

Theory and Empirics of Capability Accumulation: Implications for Macroeconomic Modelling

Matthias Aistleitner, Claudius Gräbner, Anna Hornykewycz | April 8, 2020

No. 5

How Directed is a Directed Network?

R.S. MacKay, S. Johnson, and B. Sansom | January 28, 2020

No. 4

Rational Social Man and the Compliance Problem: an Application of Identiy Economics

Paul Collier | December 16, 2019

No. 3

The Effects of Gender Inequality, Wages, Wealth Concentration and Fiscal Policy on Macroeconomic Performance in the UK

Özlem Onaran, Cem Oyvat and Eurydice Fotopoulou | November 22, 2019

No. 2

Emergent Inequality and Endogenous Dynamics in a Simple Behavioral Macroeconomic Model

Yuki M. Asano, Jakob J. Kolb, Jobst Heitzig, and J. Doyne Farmer | November 15, 2019

No. 1

The Interplay of Economic, Social and Political Fragmentation

Dennis Snower and Steven Bosworth | November 13, 2019

DISCUSSION PAPERS

 

Foundations of System-Wide financial Stress Testing with Heterogeneous Institutions

J Doyne Farmer, Alissa M Kleinnijenhuis, Paul Nahai-Williamson and Thom Wetzer  | June 26, 2020

The Socio-Economics of Pandemics Policy

Dennis J. Snower | April 24, 2020

Can Stimulating Demand Drive Costs Down? World War II as a Natural Experiment

François Lafond, Diana Greenwald, and J. Doyne Farmer | April 7, 2020

The GFC, Systemic Legitimacy and "Rip-Off" Stories in the Daily Mail

Tony Curzon Price, Gavin Hassall, Jeremy Davies, James Couper | January 29, 2020

Commentary on Edmund Rolls: ‘Emotion and reason in human decision-making’

Mark Solms | July 25, 2019

Beyond quantified ignorance: rebuilding rationality without the bias bias

Henry Brighton | March 15, 2019

Escape from model-land

Erica L. Thompson and Leonard A. Smith| March 8, 2019

Markets are a function of language: notes on a narrative economics

Douglas R. Holmes | February 25, 2019

Family firms as kinship enterprises

Sylvia Yanagisako | February 11, 2019

Toward a cognitive science of markets: economic agents as sense-makers

Samuel G.B. Johnson | February 11, 2019

How everyday ethics becomes a moral economy, and vice versa

Webb Keane | February 06, 2019

Emotion and reasoning in human decision-making

Edmund T. Rolls | February 06, 2019

Confidence Collapse in a Multi-Household, Self-Reflexive DSGE Model

Morelli, Federico and Benzaquen, Michael and Tarzia, Marco and Bouchaud, Jean-Philippe | July 17, 2019

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