Denise Osborn
Denise Osborn
Emeritus Professor of Econometrics, University of Manchester
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Public expenditure and economic growth: A disaggregated analysis for developing countries
N Bose, ME Haque, DR Osborn
The Manchester School 75 (5), 533-556, 2007
6702007
The econometric analysis of seasonal time series
E Ghysels, DR Osborn, TJ Sargent
Cambridge University Press, 2001
4142001
Business cycles for G7 and European countries
MJ Artis, ZG Kontolemis, DR Osborn
The Journal of Business 70 (2), 249-279, 1997
3621997
SEASONALITY AND TI-IE ORDER OF INTEGRATION FOR CONSUl\/[PTION
DR Osborn, APL Chui, JP Smith, CR Birchenhall
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 50, 4, 1933
3531933
What is different about high crime areas?
A Trickett, DR Osborn, J Seymour, K Pease
The British Journal of Criminology 32 (1), 81-89, 1992
1991992
A survey of seasonality in UK macroeconomic variables
DR Osborn
International Journal of Forecasting 6 (3), 327-336, 1990
1901990
Seasonality and habit persistence in a life cycle model of consumption
DR Osborn
Journal of Applied Econometrics, 255-266, 1988
1891988
Predicting US business-cycle regimes
CR Birchenhall, H Jessen, DR Osborn, P Simpson
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 17 (3), 313-323, 1999
1541999
The performance of periodic autoregressive models in forecasting seasonal UK consumption
DR Osborn, JP Smith
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 7 (1), 117-127, 1989
1511989
Nonlinearity in the Fed's monetary policy rule
DH Kim, DR Osborn, M Sensier
Journal of applied Econometrics 20 (5), 621-639, 2005
1492005
Business cycle non‐linearities in UK consumption and production
N Ícal, DR Osborn
Journal of applied econometrics 15 (1), 27-43, 2000
1492000
Linear versus neural network forecasts for European industrial production series
S Heravi, DR Osborn, CR Birchenhall
International Journal of Forecasting 20 (3), 435-446, 2004
1312004
The new Keynesian Phillips curve: from sticky inflation to sticky prices
C Zhang, DR Osborn, DH Kim
Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 40 (4), 667-699, 2008
1292008
The distribution of household property crimes
DR Osborn, A Tseloni
Journal of quantitative criminology 14 (3), 307-330, 1998
1241998
The implications of periodically varying coefficients for seasonal time-series processes
DR Osborn
Journal of Econometrics 48 (3), 373-384, 1991
1241991
The phenomena of multiple victimization. The relationship between personal and property crime risk
T Hope, J Bryan, A Trickett, DR Osborn
British Journal of Criminology 41 (4), 595-617, 2001
1192001
Asymmetric interest rate effects for the UK real economy
M Sensier, DR Osborn, N Ícal
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics 64 (4), 315-339, 2002
1092002
Spillovers and correlations between US and major European stock markets: the role of the euro
CS Savva, DR Osborn, L Gill
Applied Financial Economics 19 (19), 1595-1604, 2009
1042009
Modelling property crime using the British Crime Survey. What have we learnt?
A Tseloni, DR Osborn, A Trickett, K Pease
British Journal of Criminology 42 (1), 109-128, 2002
992002
Are repeatedly victimized households different?
DR Osborn, D Ellingworth, T Hope, A Trickett
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 12 (2), 223-245, 1996
941996
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