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Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. (2005) Are Business Cycles Independent in the G7?. International Economic Journal, 19 4: 483-499. doi:10.1080/10168730500381917 67 1 0
Bodman, Philip M. and Crosby, Mark (2002) Are International Business Cycles Independent?. Discussion Paper No. 315, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 463 53
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. (2002) Are international business cycles independent? Discussion Paper No. 315. August 2002 Australia: UQ School of Economics 52  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. (2004) Can Macroeconomic Factors Explain High House Prices in Australia?. Australian Property Journal, 38 3: 174-179. 754  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. Instructors Resource Manual to accompany Macroeconomics by Dornbusch, Bodman, Crosby, Fischer and Startz. Australia: McGraw-Hill, 2002. 332  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. Macroeconomics. Australian Adaptation by P. Bodman & M. Crosby first ed. Australia: McGraw-Hill, 2002. 68  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. Online Case Studies to accompany Macroeconomics by Dornbusch, Bodman, Crosby, Fischer and Startz. Australia: McGraw-Hill, 2002. 502  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. Recent Unemployment Declines in Ireland and the Netherlands Lessons for Australia? case study to accompany Macroeconomics by Dornbusch et al., Australian Adaptation by Bodman & Crosby, April 2002 first ed. Australia: McGraw Hill, 2002. 92  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. Sub-Saharan Africa: The Growth Disaster of the 1980s and 1990s, Case study to accompany Macroeconomics, by Dornbusch et al., Australian Adaptation by Bodman & Crosby. April 2002 first ed. Australia: McGraw Hill, 2002. 115  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. (2002) The Australian Business Cycle: Joe Palooka or Dead Cat Bounce?. Australian Economic Papers, 41 2: 191-207. 205  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. The Decline in Volatility: Is Inventory Investment the Story? by Dornbusch et al. Australian Adaptation by Bodman & Crosby. April 2002 first ed. Australia: McGraw Hill, 2002. 49  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. (2005). When the US Sneezes, Do We Need to Catch a Cold? Historical and Future Linkages between the Australian and US Business Cycles. In: C. Kent and D. Norman, The Changing Nature of Business Cycle, Proceedings of the Reserve Bank of Australia 2005 Conference, October 2005. Reserve Bank of Australia 2005 Conference, The Changing Nature, H.C. Coombs Centre for Financial Studies, Kirribili, (226-254). 11-12 July 2005. 111 9