Geoffrey Pugh
Geoffrey Pugh
Professor of Applied Economics, Staffordshire University
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Meta‐analysis of economics research reporting guidelines
TD Stanley, H Doucouliagos, M Giles, JH Heckemeyer, RJ Johnston, ...
Journal of Economic Surveys 27 (2), 390-394, 2013
The effectiveness of R&D subsidies: A meta-regression analysis of the evaluation literature
C Dimos, G Pugh
Research Policy 45 (4), 797-815, 2016
Institutions and economic performance: A meta-regression analysis
A Efendic, G Pugh, N Adnett
European Journal of Political Economy 27 (3), 586-599, 2011
The effects of exchange rate variability on international trade: a meta-regression analysis
B Ćorić, G Pugh
Applied Economics 42 (20), 2631-2644, 2010
Export behaviour of SMEs in transition countries
P Gashi, I Hashi, G Pugh
Small Business Economics 42 (2), 407-435, 2014
The economics of German unification
T Lange, G Pugh
Books, 1998
Performance indicators and widening participation in UK higher education
G Pugh, G Coates, N Adnett
Higher Education Quarterly 59 (1), 19-39, 2005
The impact of innovation support programs on small and medium enterprises innovation in traditional manufacturing industries: An evaluation for seven European Union regions
D Radicic, G Pugh, H Hollanders, R Wintjes, J Fairburn
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (8), 1425-1452, 2016
Institutional effects on economic performance in post-socialist transition: a dynamic panel analysis
A Efendic, G Pugh
Acta Oeconomica 65 (4), 503-523, 2015
An experimental test of trade hysteresis: Market exit and entry decisions in the presence of sunk costs and exchange rate uncertainty
D Ansic, G Pugh
Applied Economics 31 (4), 427-436, 1999
Does exchange rate volatility discourage international trade? A meta-regression analysis
MG Haile, G Pugh
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 22 (3), 321-350, 2013
Confidence in formal institutions and reliance on informal institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina: An empirical investigation using survey data 1
A Efendic, G Pugh, N Adnett
Economics of Transition 19 (3), 521-540, 2011
Monetary Cooperation in Europe and the Problem of Differential Productivity Growth: an argument for a ‘two-speed’Europe
B Beachill, G Pugh
International Review of Applied Economics 12 (3), 445-457, 1998
Constraints on exchange rate flexibility in transition economies: a meta-regression analysis of exchange rate pass-through
I Velickovski, GT Pugh
Applied Economics 43 (27), 4111-4125, 2011
Exchange rate variability, international trade and the single currency debate: a survey
G Pugh, D Tyrrall, L Tarnawa
Economic Policy in the European Union: Current Perspectives, 9-25, 1999
The link between trade openness, export diversification, institutions and output volatility in transition countries
M Balavac, G Pugh
Economic Systems 40 (2), 273-287, 2016
Faith schools, social capital and academic attainment: evidence from TIMSS‐R mathematics scores in Flemish secondary schools
G Pugh, S Telhaj
British Educational Research Journal 34 (2), 235-267, 2008
The provision and accessibility of small business Web sites: a survey of independent UK breweries
J Fry, D Tyrrall, G Pugh, J Wyld
Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 2004
Foreign direct investment and output growth volatility: A worldwide analysis
B Ćorić, G Pugh
International Review of Economics & Finance 25, 260-271, 2013
Do increased resources increase educational attainment during a period of rising expenditure? Evidence from English secondary schools using a dynamic panel analysis
G Pugh, J Mangan, J Gray
British Educational Research Journal 37 (1), 163-189, 2011
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