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General Equilibrium and Disequilibrium: Financial Markets

Title AuthorsYearJEL Codes
3-Party Covenant Financing of ‘Semi-Regulated’ Pumped Hydro AssetsSimshauser, P., Gohde, N.[2024]D52 D53 G12 L94 Q40
Non-Firm vs. Priority Access: on the Long Run Average and Marginal Cost of Renewables in AustraliaSimshauser, P., Newbery, D.[2023]D52 D53 G12 L94 Q40
On Static vs. Dynamic Line Ratings in Renewable Energy ZonesSimshauser, P.[2023]D52 D53 G12 L94 Q40
The regulation of electricity transmission in Australia’s National Electricity Market: user charges, investment and accessSimshauser, P.[2023]D52 D53 G12 L94. Q40
Lessons from Australia’s National Electricity Market 1998-2018: the strengths and weaknesses of the reform experienceSimshauser, P.[2019]D52 D53 G12 L94 Q40
Financing low-carbon generation in the UK: The hybrid RAB modelNewbery, D., Pollitt, M., Reiner, D. and Taylor, S.[2019]C54 D53 E43 G11 H23 H54 L94 Q44 Q48
On the impact of government-initiated CfD’s in Australia’s National Electricity MarketSimshauser, P.[2019]D52 D53 G12 L94 Q40
Herding in Financial Behaviour: A Behavioural and Neuroeconomic Analysis of Individual DifferencesBaddeley, M., Burke, C., Schultz, W. and Tobler, P.[2012]D03 D53 D70 D83 D87 G11
On the Difficulty of Measuring Forecasting Skill in Financial MarketsSatchell, S. and J. Williams , O.[2010]D53 D82 D84 G11 G17
Social Welfare Issues of Financial LiteracySatchell, S. and J. Williams , O.[2010]D14 D53 D60 D82 D84 G01 G17 G18 G28

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