Economics & Finance Theses
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(2023-11-28) - ThesisThis dissertation studies the synergies and trade-offs between unconventional monetary policy instruments and their interactions with macro-prudential policy. The complementarities between policy tools played a critical ...
(2023-11-28) - ThesisThis thesis contributes to different literatures in macroeconomics with frictions. In the first two Chapters I consider imperfections in the credit market and how these can amplify monetary policy shocks. I start from a ...
Interterritorial trade flows in the East African community 1961-1970 with particular regard to trade in manufactured goods and chemicals and the period 1967-1970 (University of St Andrews, 1973) - Thesis
The employment of women : evolution, pattern and composition. With special reference to the United Kingdom (University of St Andrews, 1971) - Thesis
(University of St Andrews, 1978) - Thesis