The Economics Working Paper Series constitutes work in progress. These papers are published to facilitate early debate and discussion. They represent work from economists across the School of Economics and the New Zealand Work Research Institute. They include the work of both staff and doctoral students across a wide range of research areas, demonstrating both the depth and breadth of research being undertaken.
Most of the working papers listed here are available PDF format and can be downloaded. For working papers not listed below, please contact the editor.
21/02 Persistent and Transient Inefficiency of Australian States and Territories in Providing Public Hospital Services: An Application of Bayesian Stochastic Finite Mixture Frontier Analysis
by Antony Andrews, Omphile Temoso & Sean Kimpton
21/03 Do You Really Want to Share Everything? The Wellbeing of Work-Linked Couples
by Juliane Henncke & Clemens Hetschko
21/04 The Climate PoLicy ANalysis (C-PLAN) Model, Version 1.0
by Niven Winchester & Dominic White
21/05 Suddenly a Stay-At-Home Dad? Short- and Long-term Consequences of Fathers’ Job Loss on Time Investment in the Household
by Juliane Hennecke and Astrid Pape
21/06 Is It Time to Let go of the Past? Effect of Clean Slate Regulation on Employment and Earnings
by Kabir Dasgupta, Keshar Ghimire and Alexander Plum
21/07 Unanimity under Ambiguity
by Simona Fabrizi, Steffen Lippert, Addison Pan and Matthew Ryan