Følg
Dr Ali Kabiri
Dr Ali Kabiri
University of Buckingham, Research Fellow UCL (CSDU)
Verifisert e-postadresse på buckingham.ac.uk
Tittel
Sitert av
Sitert av
År
Keynes and wall street
D Chambers, A Kabiri
Business History Review 90 (2), 301-328, 2016
262016
Do bank liquidity shocks hamper firms’ innovation?
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri
International Journal of Industrial Organization 67, 102520, 2019
202019
Monetary policy and bank profitability in a low interest rate environment: a follow-up and a rejoinder
C Goodhart, A Kabiri
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP13752, 2019
142019
Genealogy of American Finance
RE Wright, R Sylla
Columbia University Press, 2015
112015
Genealogy of American Finance
RE Wright, R Sylla
Columbia University Press, 2015
112015
The great crash of 1929: a reconciliation of theory and evidence
A Kabiri
Springer, 2014
102014
The role of sentiment in the US economy: 1920 to 1934
A Kabiri, H James, J Landon‐Lane, D Tuckett, R Nyman
The Economic History Review 76 (1), 3-30, 2023
92023
Exports and bank shocks: Evidence from matched firm-bank data
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 47, 46-56, 2018
92018
Firm stability and system stability: The regulatory delusion 1
G Wood, A Kabiri
Reforming the Governance of the Financial Sector, 261-273, 2012
72012
The role of sentiment in the economy of the 1920s
A Kabiri, H James, J Landon-Lane, D Tuckett, R Nyman
CESifo Working Paper, 2020
62020
Bank default risk propagation along supply chains: Evidence from the UK
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri, I Roland
International Review of Economics & Finance 84, 813-831, 2023
52023
General and periodic industrial crises
J Lescure, DD Coffman, AK Kabiri
Anthem Books, 2019
52019
The real effects of banks nationalization–evidence from the UK
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri
Applied Economics Letters 29 (7), 579-583, 2022
32022
Differentiating approach and avoidance from traditional notions of sentiment in economic contexts
J Turton, A Kabiri, D Tuckett, RE Smith, DP Vinson
arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.02607, 2021
32021
Bank distress and firms’ investment during the Great Recession-evidence from Ireland
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri
Applied Economics Letters 24 (3), 143-147, 2017
32017
Bank default risk propagation along supply chains: Evidence from the UK
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri, I Roland
Faculty of Economics & Cambridge-INET Institute, University of Cambridge, 2020
12020
Bank default risk propagation along supply chains: Evidence from the UK
M Spatareanu, V Manole, A Kabiri, I Roland
Faculty of Economics & Cambridge-INET Institute, University of Cambridge, 2020
12020
Fiscal systems and fiscal union historical variety and policy challenges
D Coffman, A Kabiri
12017
The Role of Sentiment in Credit Markets
A Kabiri, J Landon-Lane, J Turton, D Tuckett, H James
Available at SSRN 4795367, 2022
2022
Bank default risk propagation along supply chains: evidence from the UK
A Kabiri, V Malone, IAM Roland, M Spatareanu
London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic …, 2020
2020
Systemet kan ikke utføre handlingen. Prøv på nytt senere.
Artikler 1–20