International Centre for Economic Research

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    On Firm Growth And Innovation. Some New Empirical Perspectives Using French CIS (1992-2004)

    In the paper, the authors wish to examine if the firms that innovate know a higher growth than the firm that do not. They use diverse waves of CIS for the French industries over the period 1992- 2004 and carry out different models and new econometric methods (quantile regression). The...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    GDP As A Measure Of Economic Welfare

    Ever since the early days of National Income accounting we can observe periodic surges of demands to fix the measurement of GDP to better reflect progress, welfare or even happiness. In recent years even Presidents and Prime Ministers in Europe have joined the chorus of the discontent. In this paper,...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Risk As Determinant Of Income And Cross-Border Pricing Of Multi-National Enterprises

    International taxation rules for Multi-National Enterprises (MNEs) prescribe that international prices for goods and services between different subsidiaries - and therefore incomes of these subsidiaries - must be comparable to those set between independent international firms for the purpose of taxation. These rules also prescribe that risk should be accounted...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    The Monetary Pillar And The Great Financial Crisis

    Since its inception, a most distinctive (and controversial) feature of the ECB monetary policy strategy has been its emphasis on money and monetary analysis, which constitute the basis of the so-called monetary pillar. The present paper examines the performance of the monetary pillar around the recent financial crisis episode, and...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Financial Development And Income In Developing Countries

    This paper presents an empirical analysis of the controversial relationship between financial system development and economic development. Using cointegration and VAR estimations on annual data from Africa, the authors examine the nature of the relationship between financial development and income. They find mixed results on both the short and the...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Complex Interaction Between Global Production Networks, Digital Information Systems And International Knowledge Transfers

    Traditionally many studies of knowledge in economics have focused on localized networks and intra-regional collaborations. However, the rising frequency by which firms collaborate within the context of global networks of production and innovation, the increasingly intricate divisions of labor involved and the extensive use of the Internet to facilitate interaction...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    The Complex Interaction Between Global Production Networks, Digital Information Systems And International Knowledge Transfers

    Traditionally many studies of knowledge in economics have focused on localized networks and intra-regional collaborations. However, the rising frequency by which firms collaborate within the context of global networks of production and innovation, the increasingly intricate divisions of labor involved and the extensive use of the Internet to facilitate interaction...

    Provided By International Centre for Economic Research

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Risk As Determinant Of Income And Cross-Border Pricing Of Multi-National Enterprises

    International taxation rules for Multi-National Enterprises (MNEs) prescribe that international prices for goods and services between different subsidiaries - and therefore incomes of these subsidiaries - must be comparable to those set between independent international firms for the purpose of taxation. These rules also prescribe that risk should be accounted...

    Provided By International Centre for Economic Research

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    On Firm Growth And Innovation. Some New Empirical Perspectives Using French CIS (1992-2004)

    In the paper, the authors wish to examine if the firms that innovate know a higher growth than the firm that do not. They use diverse waves of CIS for the French industries over the period 1992- 2004 and carry out different models and new econometric methods (quantile regression). The...

    Provided By International Centre for Economic Research

  • White Papers // Feb 2011

    GDP As A Measure Of Economic Welfare

    Ever since the early days of National Income accounting we can observe periodic surges of demands to fix the measurement of GDP to better reflect progress, welfare or even happiness. In recent years even Presidents and Prime Ministers in Europe have joined the chorus of the discontent. In this paper,...

    Provided By International Centre for Economic Research

  • White Papers // Jun 2010

    The Monetary Pillar And The Great Financial Crisis

    Since its inception, a most distinctive (and controversial) feature of the ECB monetary policy strategy has been its emphasis on money and monetary analysis, which constitute the basis of the so-called monetary pillar. The present paper examines the performance of the monetary pillar around the recent financial crisis episode, and...

    Provided By International Centre for Economic Research

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Financial Development And Income In Developing Countries

    This paper presents an empirical analysis of the controversial relationship between financial system development and economic development. Using cointegration and VAR estimations on annual data from Africa, the authors examine the nature of the relationship between financial development and income. They find mixed results on both the short and the...

    Provided By International Centre for Economic Research