Working Papers

Social network, sentiment and political outcomes: Evidence from #Brexit and #USElections, with Y. Gorodnichenko (UC Berkeley) and T. Pham (Reading) highlighted in more than 1,000 media sources, including The Times, The Times IINY Times, BBC, Business Insider, Business Insider IIBusiness Insider III, Business Insider IV, The Economist, The Guardian, Washington Post, Bloomberg, Reuters, WSJITV.com, STVThe Huffington Post, Daily Mail, Daily Mail II, The SunYahoo! News UK, London Evening Standard, Mirror.co.ukBoston Globe, US NewsThe Independent.

Recession CEOs and bank risk taking, with M. Hua (Swansea) and W. Song (Southampton).

Street-level bureaucracy: best to be grey (or silver) on Friday, in Halifax, with S. Hargreaves Heap (Kings).

Branch network structure, authority and lending behavior, with T. Pham (Reading) and A. Tsapin (National Bank of Ukraine).

Herding Behaviour in P2P Lending Markets, with M. Caglayan (Heriot-Watt) and W. Zhang (Tianjin).

 

Female Small Business Owners in China: Discouraged, not Discriminated, with M. Caglayan (Heriott-Watt), L. Xiong (Robert Gordon).

Social media and price discovery: the case of cross-listed firms, with R. Fan (Swansea) and V. Tran (Reading).

Wage Setting and Unemployment: Evidence from Online Job Vacancy Data, with O. Faryna (National Bank of Ukraine), T. Pham (Reading) and A. Tsapin (National Bank of Ukraine).

Liquidity, Seasonality, and Distance to Universities: The case of UK rental markets, with O. Yilmaz (Swansea) and J. Jia (Swansea).

Inventory Shock and Price Setting, with N. Vu (Birmingham)

Bank Liquidity and Exposure to Industry Shocks, with J. Arias (Middlesex) and A. Tsapin (National Bank of Ukraine).

The Voice of Monetary Policy, with Y. Gorodnichenko (UC Berkeley) and T. Pham (Reading)

Quality of working environment and corporate financial distress, with  T. Pham (Reading), G. Wood (Western), and S. Yin (Sheffield)

'Liked', 'Shared', 'Commented': Central Bank Communication on Facebook and Twitter, with Y. Gorodnichenko (UC Berkeley) and T. Pham (Reading)