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Dr. Michael Wycherley

Assistant Professor (Economics)

  Development economics   Innovation and growth   International economics, finance, trade and development   Macroeconomics, open economy, international
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The Manchester School, papers and proceedings (Co-editor) 2012-2013
Growth in Output and Living Standards in, John O'Hagan, Francis O'Toole, Ciara Whelan , The Economy of Ireland Policy Making in a Global Context, 2021, pp194 - 219, [Michael Wycherley & John FItzGerald], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Growth in Output and Living Standards in, editor(s)John O'Hagan and Francis O'Toole , The Economy of Ireland, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp181 - 205, [Michael Wycherley], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Michael Wycherley, Calvo, Guillermo A.: Macroeconomics in times of liquidity crises, Journal of Economics, 2017, p1 - 2, Review Article, PUBLISHED
The Manchester School, 81, S1, (2013), 1 - 124p, George Bratsiotis, Michael Wycherley, Paul Scanlon, [eds.], 2012-13, Notes: [Editor of special edition arising from the proceedings of the Money, Macroeconomics and Finance Research Group, 2012.], Journal, PUBLISHED

Michael Wycherley & Vahagn Galstyan, Optimal policy and the sectoral composition of output in a New Keynesian model, 2016, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Michael Wycherley & Vahagn Galstyan, State-Dependent Expenditure Multipliers, 2013, Working Paper, PRESENTED
Wycherley, Michael, Innovation versus Imitation: Intellectual Property Rights in a North-South Framework , Working Paper, SUBMITTED
Wycherley, Michael, Oil shocks and the adoption of Information Technology, Working Paper, SUBMITTED
Wycherley, Michael, Intellectual Property Rights and Development, Working Paper, SUBMITTED


Award Date
European Doctoral Scholarship, EUI 2003
Andrew Wiley Award for best MSc result 2002
ESRC Quota Studentship 2001