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Nobay, A. R.
Nobay, A. Robert
Nobay, Avelino R.
Nobay, Avelino Roméo
Nobay, Bob
Nobay, R.
Nobay, Romeo
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Artis, M.J. (1938-)
Artis, Michael John (1938-....))
Artis, Michael John (1938-)
Association of University Teachers of Economics
Johnson, Harry G
Johnson, Harry G. (1923-1977)
Johnson, Harry G. (1923-1977))
Johnson, Harry Gordon (1923-1977)
Johnson, Harry Gordon (1923-1977))
Levy, E
LEVY, E.
London School of Economics (LSE) / Financial Markets Group (FMG)
Michael, P
Michael, P.
Michael, Panos
Nobay, A R
Nobay, A Robert
Nobay, A. R.
Nobay, A. Robert
NOBAY, A.R.
Nobay, Bob
Parkin, Michael (1939- ))
PAYA, IVAN
Peel, D A
Peel, D. A.
Peel, David
Peel, David A
PEEL, DAVID A.
Peel, David A. (1950-....))
University of Southampton
Titles: 
Bank of England, Monetary Policy and Monetary Theory in the United Kingdom, 1951-1971., The
Comment on D. A. Currie, "Some Criticisms of the Monetary Analysis of Balance of Payments Correction."
Current economic problems : the proceedings of the Association of University Teachers of Economics, Manchester 1974
current inflation proceedings of a conference held at the London school of economics on 22 February 1971, The
current inflation, The : proceedings of a conference held at the London School of Economics on 22 February 1971
German Hyperinflation and the Demand for Money Revisited., The
government behavioural constraint in rational expectations models, The
Inflation Dynamics in the U.S.: Global but Not Local Mean Reversion
Inflation Dynamics in the US -A Nonlinear Perspective
Interest Arbitrage and Debt Management in the UK under Fixed Exchange Rates.
Issues in monetary economics proceedings of the 1972 Money Study Group conference
James Edward Meade: A Partial Tribute.
Macroeconomic analysis, c1981:
Monetarism: A Historic-Theoretic Perspective.
Money, Inflation and Economic Activity in the Post-War U.K. Economy
ON THE BIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF SPECULATIVE EFFICIENCY IN FORWARD MARKETS
Optimal Discretionary Monetary Policy in a Model of Asymmetric Central Bank Preferences
Optimal monetary policy with a nonlinear Phillips curve
Purchasing power parity yet again: evidence from spatially separated commodity markets
Speculative Efficiency Hypothesis: A Bivariate Analysis., The
test for rational expectations when some variables are I(2), A
Transactions Costs and Nonlinear Adjustment in Real Exchange Rates: An Empirical Investigation.
Using bivariate autoregressive representations in testing exact expectations relations
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Doctoral Thesis - University of Southampton
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