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Lessons

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Lessons

Interpreting Regression Coefficients

The SSNIP Test

Behavioural Economics – Some notes

Expansionary Fiscal Contraction Hypothesis

Investment Functions

Neoclassical Business Cycles

Ricardian Equivalence

The Mundell-Tobin Effect

The Twin Deficit Hypothesis

 

Cambridge Economics Tripos

Oxbridge Interview Questions

Life at Cambridge

Life at Cambridge Part II

A Letter to my Children

Part IIB Industrial Organisation and Trade

Political Commitment Theory of Trade Agreements

Trade Agreements and Reciprocity

Wage Compression and the Decline in Inequality in Latin America

Part IIA Paper 2 (Macroeconomics)

Yield Curves

Labour Matching Models

Search Markets

The Credit Channel

Part IIA Paper 4  (Development Economics)

Measuring Inequality

Why has wage inequality risen?

Big Push model

Social Interactions and Fertility Behaviour

The Household Demand Model

Harris-Todaro Model

Development Accounting

Part I Paper 4 (British Politics and Social Aspects of Economics)

Politics in Post-War Britain (Consensus)

Thatcher and Conservatism

New Labour v.s. Old Labour (Blair)

Minimum Wages

Trade Unions

The Lewis Model

Europe 2020

What is economic development?

International Trade and Economic Growth

Part I Paper 5 (British Economic History)

Demography and the Industrial Revolution

Was there an agricultural revolution?

Technological Revolution

Unemployment during the inter-war period

Standards of Living During the Industrial Revolution

Was there a Victorian Failure in Manufacturing?

Did small scale firms inhibit Victorian Growth?