Slow boom, sudden crush
Using the endogenous flow of information, slow booms and sudden crashes in asset market is explained. Economic activity is more during good times in comparison to bad times, and it generates public information about the state of the economy, which in turn causes adjustment in asset prices and sudden crash occurs. In bad times, slow boom occurs.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Theory
Anti-dumping's happy birthday?
A study examining recent developments in anti-dumping policies as a strategic counter point to trade liberalization is presented.
Publication Name: World Economy
Australian economics in the twentieth century
Australian economic history and performance of the Australian economy in twentieth century are discussed.
Publication Name: Cambridge Journal of Economics
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