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Working Papers

Title: The Cloud Grows Up
Date: March 2015

Title: The New Digital Economy: How it will transform business
Date: June 2011

Title: Balancing growth and stability in EU financial reform
Date: May 2011

Title: The Economic Impact of the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan: What Will It Mean for Your Business
Date: April 2011

Title: What now for the 'peripheral' Eurozone countries?
Date: May 2010

Title: Is the recovery sustainable in the US and Europe?
Date: February 2010

Title: Is Greece heading for default?
Date: February 2010

Title: The Economic Outlook for London
Date: October 2009

Title: Leaders and laggards, on the way down and up
Date: October 2009

Title: Global capital flows on the rebound?
Date: October 2009

Title: Credit Crunch Watch
Date: October 2009

Title: Can India catch up with China?
Date: September 2009

Title: Valuing the effects of Great Barrier Reef bleaching
Date: August 2009

Title: Why are US home foreclosures so high?
Date: June 2009

Title: Could swine flu tip the world into deflation?
Date: June 2009

Title: Slump in wealth to hinder global recovery prospects?
Date: May 2009

Title: Assessing the slowdown in China
Date: April 2009

Title: The economic contribution of ports to the UK economy
Date: March 2009

Title: How far away is a global recovery?
Date: March 2009

Title: Financial Crisis Puts Strains on Eurozone Unity
Date: March 2009

Title: Economic Linkages between the UK and the rest of the EU
Date: February 2009

Title: OEF Commentary on Avian Flu
Date: January 2009

Title: Financial meltdown averted – but how deep and how widespread will the recession be?
Date: January 2009

Title: The Economic Impact of Tourism and the I Love New York Campaign
Date: November 2006