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Michael Kirker
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Government intervention in the housing market: Who wins, who loses?
M Floetotto, M Kirker, J Stroebel
Journal of Monetary Economics 80, 106-123, 2016
942016
Estimated small open economy model with frictional unemployment
J Albertini, G Kamber, M Kirker
Pacific Economic Review 17 (2), 326-353, 2012
312012
Does Natural Rate Variation Matter?: Evidence from New Zealand
M Kirker
Reserve Bank of New Zealand, 2008
102008
Government intervention in the housing market: Who wins
M Floetotto, M Kirker, J Stroebel
Who LosesV. Working Paper Stanford Univer'sity, 2012
52012
What drives core inflation? A dynamic factor model analysis of tradable and nontradable prices
M Kirker
Reserve Bank of New Zealand Discussion Paper Series, 2010
52010
Firm Productivity Growth and Its Relationship to the Knowledge of New Workers
M Kirker, L Sanderson
32018
A Bayesian dynamic factor model of New Zealand’s core inflation
M Kirker
12010
Firm Productivity Growth and the Knowledge of New Workers
M Kirker, L Sanderson
Treasury Working Paper Series, 2022
2022
Learning Through Hiring: Knowledge From New Workers as an Explanation of Endogenous Growth
M Kirker
2019
Essays on Productivity Growth from New Workers
MJ Kirker
The University of Chicago, 2019
2019
Appendix to—Firm Productivity Growth and its Relationship to the Knowledge of New Workers
M Kirker, L Sanderson
2017
Appendix to–Learning Through Hiring: Labor Mobility as a Mechanism for Endogenous Growth
M Kirker
2017
Learning Through Hiring: Labor Mobility as a Channel for Endogenous Growth
M Kirker
2017
DP2011/04
J Albertini, G Kamber, M Kirker
2011
DP2010/13
M Kirker
2010
DP2008/17
M Kirker
2008
A Model of Catch-up Growth Through Productivity Diffusion
M Kirker
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