DIFFERENCES IN RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF COGNITIVE AND NON COGNITIVE SKILLS 1103

Differences in relative importance of cognitive and

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DIFFERENCES IN RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF COGNITIVE AND NON-COGNITIVE SKILLS 11.03 Turkington, D. DIFFERENT CONCEPTS OF MATRIX CALCULUS 11.04 Golley, J. and Tyers, R. CONTRASTING GIANTS: DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE AND ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE IN CHINA AND INDIA 11.05 Collins, J., Baer, B. and Weber, E.J. ECONOMIC GROWTH AND EVOLUTION: PARENTAL PREFERENCE FOR QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF OFFSPRING 11.06 Turkington, D. ON THE DIFFERENTIATION OF THE LOG LIKELIHOOD FUNCTION USING MATRIX CALCULUS 11.07 Groenewold, N. and Paterson, J.E.H. STOCK PRICES AND EXCHANGE RATES IN AUSTRALIA: ARE COMMODITY PRICES THE MISSING LINK? 11.08 Chen, A. and Groenewold, N. REDUCING REGIONAL DISPARITIES IN CHINA: IS INVESTMENT ALLOCATION POLICY EFFECTIVE? 11.09 Williams, A., Birch, E. and Hancock, P. THE IMPACT OF ON-LINE LECTURE RECORDINGS ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE 11.10 Pawley, J. and Weber, E.J. INVESTMENT AND TECHNICAL PROGRESS IN THE G7 COUNTRIES AND AUSTRALIA 11.11 Tyers, R. AN ELEMENTAL MACROECONOMIC MODEL FOR APPLIED ANALYSIS AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL 11.12 Clements, K.W. and Gao, G. QUALITY, QUANTITY, SPENDING AND PRICES
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58 11.13 Tyers, R. and Zhang, Y. JAPAN’S ECONOMIC RECOVERY: INSIGHTS FROM MULTI-REGION DYNAMICS 11.14 McLure, M. A. C. PIGOU’S REJECTION OF PARETO’S LAW 11.15 Kristoffersen, I. THE SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING SCALE: HOW REASONABLE IS THE CARDINALITY ASSUMPTION? 11.16 Clements, K.W., Izan, H.Y. and Lan, Y. VOLATILITY AND STOCK PRICE INDEXES 11.17 Parkinson, M. SHANN MEMORIAL LECTURE 2011: SUSTAINABLE WELLBEING – AN ECONOMIC FUTURE FOR AUSTRALIA 11.18 Chen, A. and Groenewold, N. THE NATIONAL AND REGIONAL EFFECTS OF FISCAL DECENTRALISATION IN CHINA 11.19 Tyers, R. and Corbett, J. JAPAN’S ECONOMIC SLOWDOWN AND ITS GLOBAL IMPLICATIONS: A REVIEW OF THE ECONOMIC MODELLING 11.20 Wu, Y. GAS MARKET INTEGRATION: GLOBAL TRENDS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EAS REGION 11.21 Fu, D., Wu, Y. and Tang, Y. DOES INNOVATION MATTER FOR CHINESE HIGH- TECH EXPORTS? A FIRM-LEVEL ANALYSIS 11.22 Fu, D. and Wu, Y. EXPORT WAGE PREMIUM IN CHINA’S MANUFACTURING SECTOR: A FIRM LEVEL ANALYSIS 11.23 Li, B. and Zhang, J. SUBSIDIES IN AN ECONOMY WITH ENDOGENOUS CYCLES OVER NEOCLASSICAL INVESTMENT AND NEO-SCHUMPETERIAN INNOVATION REGIMES 11.24 Krey, B., Widmer, P.K. and Zweifel, P. EFFICIENT PROVISION OF ELECTRICITY FOR THE UNITED STATES AND SWITZERLAND 11.25 Wu, Y. ENERGY INTENSITY AND ITS DETERMINANTS IN CHINA’S REGIONAL ECONOMIES
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59 ECONOMICS DISCUSSION PAPERS 2012 DP NUMBER AUTHORS TITLE 12.01 Clements, K.W., Gao, G., and Simpson, T. DISPARITIES IN INCOMES AND PRICES INTERNATIONALLY 12.02 Tyers, R. THE RISE AND ROBUSTNESS OF ECONOMIC FREEDOM IN CHINA 12.03 Golley, J. and Tyers, R. DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDENDS, DEPENDENCIES AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA AND INDIA 12.04 Tyers, R. LOOKING INWARD FOR GROWTH 12.05 Knight, K. and McLure, M. THE ELUSIVE ARTHUR PIGOU 12.06 McLure, M. ONE HUNDRED YEARS FROM TODAY: A. C. PIGOU’S WEALTH AND WELFARE 12.07 Khuu, A. and Weber, E.J. HOW AUSTRALIAN FARMERS DEAL WITH RISK 12.08 Chen, M. and Clements, K.W. PATTERNS IN WORLD METALS PRICES 12.09 Clements, K.W. UWA ECONOMICS HONOURS 12.10 Golley, J. and Tyers, R. CHINA’S GENDER IMBALANCE AND ITS ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE 12.11 Weber, E.J. AUSTRALIAN FISCAL POLICY IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS 12.12 Hartley, P.R. and Medlock III, K.B.
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