Professor Paul Turner BA Economics (Warwick), BSc Mathematical Sciences (Open University), MA Economics(Warwick), PhD Economics(Warwick)
Professor of Applied Economics
Deputy Director of Staff Development
Macroeconomics, monetary economics and applied econometrics.
Turner, P. and Wood, J.A. (2014) ‘Teaching the Multiplier: the Value of a Quantitative Approach’, International Review of Economics Education.
Forest, JJ and Turner, P (2013) 'Alternative estimators of cointegrating parameters in models with nonstationary data: An application to US export demand’, Applied Economics, 45(5), pp.629-636
Turner, P (2013) 'Does the monetary policy committee still care about inflation? Some evidence from a small macroeconomic model', Applied Economics, 45(19), pp.2745-2750
Wimanda, R, Hall, MJB, Turner, PM (2011) 'Expectations and the Inertia of Inflation: The Case of Indonesia', Journal of Policy Modeling, 33, pp.426-438
Turner, P. and Pentecost, E. (2010) ‘Demand and Supply Shocks in the Caribbean Economies: Implications for Monetary Union’, World Economy, Vol. 33 (October), No. 10, pp. 1325-1337.