James Sefton
James Sefton
Professor of Economics, Imperial College Business School
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Pole/zero cancellations in the general H∞ problem with reference to a two block design
J Sefton, K Glover
Systems & Control Letters 14 (4), 295-306, 1990
Is low fertility really a problem? Population aging, dependency, and consumption
R Lee, A Mason, NTA network, R Lee, A Mason, E Amporfu, CB An, ...
Science 346 (6206), 229-234, 2014
Simulating the transmission of wealth inequality via bequests
J Gokhale, LJ Kotlikoff, J Sefton, M Weale
Journal of Public economics 79 (1), 93-128, 2001
Generational Accounting in the UK
R Cardarelli, J Sefton, LJ Kotlikoff
The Economic Journal 110 (467), 547-574, 2000
Means testing retirement benefits: fostering equity or discouraging savings?
J Sefton, J Van De Ven, M Weale
The Economic Journal 118 (528), 556-590, 2008
The concept of income in a general equilibrium
JA Sefton, MR Weale
The Review of Economic Studies 73 (1), 219-249, 2006
The net national product and exhaustible resources: The effects of foreign trade
JA Sefton, MR Weale
Journal of Public Economics 61 (1), 21-47, 1996
Reconciliation of national income and expenditure: Balanced estimates of national income for the United Kingdom, 1920-1990
J Sefton, M Weale
Cambridge University Press, 1995
Understanding momentum
A Scowcroft, J Sefton
Financial Analysts Journal 61 (2), 64-82, 2005
Education and public policy
J Dutta, J Sefton, M Weale
Fiscal Studies 20 (4), 351-386, 1999
A comparison of national saving rates in the UK, US and Italy
T Kirsanova, J Sefton
European Economic Review 51 (8), 1998-2028, 2007
On the gap metric and coprime factor perturbations
JA Sefton, RJ Ober
Automatica 29 (3), 723-734, 1993
Fiscal policy and the Maastricht solvency criteria
R Barrell, J Sefton
The Manchester School 65 (3), 259-279, 1997
Stability of control systems and graphs of linear systems
RJ Ober, JA Sefton
Systems & control letters 17 (4), 265-280, 1991
Optimal design of means tested retirement benefits
J Sefton, J Van De Ven
The Economic Journal 119 (541), F461-F481, 2009
Output gaps. Some evidence from the UK, France and Germany
R Barrell, J Sefton
National Institute Economic Review, 65-73, 1995
Income distribution and income dynamics in the United Kingdom
J Dutta, JA Sefton, MR Weale
Journal of Applied Econometrics 16 (5), 599-617, 2001
Full generational accounts: What do we give to the next generation?
R Lee, D McCarthy, J Sefton, J Sambt
Population and Development Review, 695-720, 2017
The pensions green paper: a generational accounting perspective
P Agulnik, R Cardarelli, J Sefton
The Economic Journal 110 (467), 598-610, 2000
Simulating household savings and labour supply: an application of dynamic programming
J Sefton, J van de Ven
National Institute Economic Review 188, 56-72, 2004
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