Cameron K. Murray
TitleCited byYear
What if consumers decided to all ‘go green’? Environmental rebound effects from consumption decisions
CK Murray
Energy Policy 54, 240-256, 2013
982013
Clean money, dirty system: Connected landowners capture beneficial land rezoning
CK Murray, P Frijters
Journal of Urban Economics 93, 99-114, 2016
24*2016
Game of Mates: How favours bleed the nation
CK Murray, P Frijters
172017
Light rail, land values and taxes
CK Murray
Economic Record 93 (302), 448-464, 2017
7*2017
New insights into rebound effects: theory and empirical evidence
CK Murray
Queensland University of Technology, 2009
62009
Developers pay developer charges
CK Murray
Cities 74, 1-6, 2018
42018
The back-scratching game
CK Murray, P Frijters, M Vorster
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 142, 494-508, 2017
4*2017
Is transparency an anti-corruption myth?
C Murray, P Frijters, M Schaffner
Available at SSRN 2938162, 2017
22017
Australian Economic Papers
NV Long
21974
A theory of return‐seeking firms
CK Murray, B Markey‐Towler
Australian Economic Papers 58 (3), 247-258, 2019
12019
Time is money: How landbanking constrains housing supply
C Murray
Available at SSRN 3417494, 2019
12019
Marginal and Average Prices of Land Lots Should Not Be Equal: A Critique of Glaeser and Gyourko's Method for Identifying Residential Price Effects of Town Planning Regulations
C Murray
Available at SSRN 3328308, 2019
12019
Resolving rent-seeking puzzles: A model of political influence via social signals
CK Murray
University of Queensland, School of Economics, 2014
12014
Land value is a progressive and efficient property tax base: Evidence from Victoria
C Murray, JB Hermans
OSF Preprints, 2019
2019
The Australian housing supply myth
C Murray
OSF Preprints, 2019
2019
Forget Transparency. Focus on the Honeypot.
C Murray
Focus on the Honeypot.(November 11, 2017), 2017
2017
When reciprocity becomes back-scratching: An economic inquiry
CK Murray
2016
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