Sir David Greenaway
Sir David Greenaway
Professor of Economics, University of Nottingham
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TitleCited byYear
Much ado abouth nothing? Do domestic firms really benefit from foreign direct investment
H Gorg, D Greenaway
World Bank Research Observer, 2O04 19, l71-197, 2003
Firm heterogeneity, exporting and foreign direct investment
D Greenaway, R Kneller
The Economic Journal 117 (517), F134-F161, 2007
Mortality as an indicator of economic success and failure
A Sen
The economic journal 108 (446), 1-25, 1998
Vertical and horizontal intra-industry trade: a cross industry analysis for the United Kingdom
D Greenaway, R Hine, C Milner
The Economic Journal 105 (433), 1505-1518, 1995
Country-specific factors and the pattern of horizontal and vertical intra-industry trade in the UK
D Greenaway, R Hine, C Milner
Weltwirtschaftliches archiv 130 (1), 77-100, 1994
The economics of intra-industry trade
D Greenaway, D Milner
Financial factors and exporting decisions
D Greenaway, A Guariglia, R Kneller
Journal of international economics 73 (2), 377-395, 2007
Who benefits from foreign direct investment in the UK?
S Girma, D Greenaway, K Wakelin
Scottish Journal of Political Economy 48 (2), 119-133, 2001
Trade liberalisation and growth in developing countries
D Greenaway, W Morgan, P Wright
Journal of development economics 67 (1), 229-244, 2002
David Greenaway & Richard Kneller (2004). Does Exporting Increase Productivity? A Microeconometric Analysis of Matched Firms
S Girma
Review of International Economics 12 (5), 855-866, 0
Do domestic firms learn to export from multinationals?
D Greenaway, N Sousa, K Wakelin
European Journal of Political Economy 20 (4), 1027-1043, 2004
The impact of terms of trade and real exchange rate volatility on investment and growth in sub-Saharan Africa
M Bleaney, D Greenaway
Journal of development Economics 65 (2), 491-500, 2001
Trading preferentially: Theory and policy
J Bhagwati, D Greenaway, A Panagariya
The Economic Journal 108 (449), 1128-1148, 1998
What does liberalisation do for exports and growth?
D Greenaway, D Sapsford
Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv 130 (1), 152-174, 1994
The Uruguay round: an assessment
JJ Schott
Inst for International Economics, 1994
An empirical assessment of the impact of trade on employment in the United Kingdom
D Greenaway, RC Hine, P Wright
European journal of political economy 15 (3), 485-500, 1999
David Greenaway. 2006." Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth."
R Falvey, N Foster
Review of Development Economics 10, 700-719, 0
Funding higher education in the UK: The role of fees and loans
D Greenaway, M Haynes
The Economic Journal 113 (485), F150-F166, 2003
Trade and industrial policy in developing countries: A manual of policy analysis
D Greenaway, C Milner
University of Michigan Press, 1993
Exporting, productivity and agglomeration
D Greenaway, R Kneller
European economic review 52 (5), 919-939, 2008
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