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Bodman, Philip M. (1998) A Contribution on the Empirics of Trade, Migration and Economic Growth for Australia and Canada. , 12 3: 41-62. doi:10.1080/10168739800000028 70   0
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. 459 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, Philip M. (2006) Are the effects of monetary policy asymmetric in Australia? Brisbane, Queensland, Australia: UQ Macroeconomics Research Group, University of Queensland 89 282
Bodman, Philip and Le, Thanh (2013) Assessing the roles that absorptive capacity and economic distance play in the foreign direct investment-productivity growth nexus. Applied Economics, 45 8: 1027-1039. doi:10.1080/00036846.2011.613789 142   2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Bodman, PM (1998) Asymmetry and duration dependence in Australian GDP and unemployment. Economic Record, 74 227: 399-411. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4932.1998.tb01934.x 141   13 0
Bakwena, Malebogo, Bodman, Philip, Le, Thanh and Tang, Kam Ki (2009). Avoiding the Resource Curse: The Role of Institutions. No 3209, MRG Discussion Paper Series Discussion Paper No.32, School of Economics,, University of Queensland, Australia. 107  
Bodman, PM (1999) Business cycles since 1820. New international perspectives from historical evidence. Economic Record, 75 325-327. 71   0
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. (2004) Can Macroeconomic Factors Explain High House Prices in Australia?. Australian Property Journal, 38 3: 174-179. 751  
Bodman, Philip M. and Maultby, Cameron (1997) Crime, punishment and deterrence in Australia: A further empirical investigation. International Journal of Social Economics, 24 7/8/9: 884-901. doi:10.1108/EUM0000000004335 162   0
Bodman, Philip M. (2002). Dynamic asymmetries in the Australian labour market. In: S. Hurn and A. Layton, ESAM02 - Econometric Society Australasian Meeting. Econometric Society Australasian Meeting, Brisbane, Qld, Australia, (1-36). 7-10 July 2002. 38  
Bodman, Philip M. (2002) Dynamic Asymmetries in the Australian Labour Market. Discussion Paper No. 310, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 345 293
Bodman, P. M. (2002) Dynamic asymmetries in the Australian labour market. Discussion Paper No. 310. June 2002 Australia: UQ School of Economics 39  
Bose, S., Bodman, P. M. and Campbell, H. F. (2006) Estimation and Significance of Long-run Relationships Among Fish Prices. International Journal of Oceans and Oceanography, 1 2: 167-182. 61  
Riethmuller, Paul, Bodman, Philip and Yamada, Mayu (2009) European Union Agricultural Policies - Protected geographical indications, protected designated origins and Australian agriculture Barton, ACT, Australia: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation 68  
Bodman, Philip (2012). Fiscal decentralisation and macroeconomic performance in Australia. In Gabrielle Appleby, Nicholas Aroney and Thomas John (Ed.), The future of Australian federalism: comparative and interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 339-361) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 63 1 0
Bodman, Philip, Campbell, Harry, Heaton, Kelly-Ana and Hodge, Andrew (2009). Fiscal decentralisation, macroeconomic conditions and economic growth in Australia. MRG Discussion Paper Series 2609, School of Economics, The University of Queensland. 57  
Bodman, Philip (2011) Fiscal decentralization and economic growth in the OECD. Applied Economics, 43 23: 3021-3035. doi:10.1080/00036840903427208 98   2 0
Bodman, Philip, Ford, Kathryn and Macroeconomics Research Group (2006) Fiscal federalism and economic growth in the OECD Brisbane, Australia: Macroeconomics Research Group 82  
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, Philip and Le, Thanh (2008). International R&D spillovers through FDI and productivity growth. In: 2008 North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, Pittsburgh, PA., U.S., (). 19-22 June, 2008. 55  
Bodman, P. M. and Le, T. (2007) International Research and Development Spillovers through Foreign Direct Investment and Productivity Growth Brisbane, Qld: Macroeconomics Research Group 69  
Bodman, PM (1999) Labour market inefficiency and frictional unemployment in Australia and its States: A stochastic frontier approach. The Economic Record, 75 229: 138-148. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4932.1999.tb02442.x 335   1 0
Dornbusch, Rudiger, Bodman, Philip, Crosby, Mark, Fischer, Stanley and Startz, Richard Macroeconomics 2nd ed. Edited by Philip Bodman and Mark Crosby Australia: McGraw-Hill, 2006. 250  
Bodman, P. M. and Crosby, M. Macroeconomics. Australian Adaptation by P. Bodman & M. Crosby first ed. Australia: McGraw-Hill, 2002. 68  
Bakwena, Malebogo, Bodman, Philip and Suardi, Sandy (2008). Making abundant natural resources work for developing economies: The role of financial institutions. 21, Macroeconomics Research Group. 50  
Bodman, Philip M. (1995) National savings and domestic investment in the long term: Some time series evidence from the OECD. International Economic Journal, 9 2: 37-60. 59  
Bodman, Philip M. and Crosby, Mark (2000) Non-linearities in the Singaporean business cycle. Singapore Economic Review, 44 2: 24-35. 82   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
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, Philip and Leeves, Gareth (2005). Output Volatility in Australia. In: Proceedings of the 34th Australian Conference of Economists. ACE05: 34th Australian Conference of Economists, Melbourne, Australia, (1-23). 26-28 September 2005. 56  
Bodman, Philip (2009) Output volatility in Australia. Applied Economics, 41 24: 3117-3129. doi:10.1080/00036840701367622 68   3 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Bodman, PM and Crosby, M (2000) Phases of the Canadian business cycle. Canadian Journal of Economics, 33 3: 618-633. doi:10.1111/0008-4085.00033 96   7 0
Bodman, Philip, Campbell, Harry and Le, Thanh (2012) Public investment, taxation, and long-run output in economies with multi-level governments. Economic Modelling, 29 5: 1603-1611. doi:10.1016/j.econmod.2012.05.002 63 26 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Bodman, P. M., Draca, M. and Wild, P. T. (2003) Recent Convergence Behaviour of the Australian States: A Time Series Approach Brisbane, QLD: Office of Economic and Statistical Research, Queensland Treasury 80  
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  
Le, Thanh and Bodman, Philip M. (2011) Remittances or technological diffusion: Which drives domestic gains from brain drain?. Applied Economics, 43 18: 2277-2285. doi:10.1080/00036840903153838 150   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Le, Thanh and Bodman, Philip (2007) Remittances or technological diffusion: Which is more important for generating economic growth in developing countries? Brisbane, Qld: Macroeconomics Research Group 63  
Le, Thanh and Bodman, Philip (2009). Remittances or technological diffusion: Which is more important for the development of developing countries?. In: 2009 Far East and South Asia meeting of the Econometric Society. 2009 Far East and South Asia meeting of the Econometric Society, University of Tokyo, Japan, (1-17). 3-5 May. 52  
Bodman, P. M. (1999) Review of 'Business Cycles Since 1820. New Perspectives from Historical Evidence' by T.J.O. Dick. The Economic Record, 75 230: 325-327. 37   0
Bodman, P. M. (2004) Review of Culture and the Labour Market, by Siobhan Austen, Edward Elgar, 2003. Journal of Industrial Relations, 46 2: 246-248. doi:10.1111/1472-9296.00139 53   0
Bodman, P. M. and Leeves, G. D. (2000). Search, 'equilibrium' employment and structural mismatch. In J. Mangan (Ed.), Understanding and Reducing Unemployment: National and State Perspectives (pp. 25-52) Brisbane, Australia: Qld Treasury - Office of Economic & Statistical Research. 36  
Bodman, PM (2001) Steepness and deepness in the Australian macroeconomy. Applied Economics, 33 2001: 375-382. doi:10.1080/000368401455059 67   10 0
Bodman, P. M. and Leeves, G. D. (2001) Structural Mismatch and Unemployment. Queensland Economic Review, 2001 1: 17-20. 61  
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. 114  
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, Philip M. (1997) The Australian Trade Balance and Current Account: a Time Series Perspective. International Economic Journal, 11 2: 39-57. doi:10.1080/10168739700000010 64   0
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., Campbell, H. F. and Skinner, R.B. (2002) The One That Got Away? Crime and Punishment in Queensland's Commercial Fisheries. Australian Economic Papers, 41 3: 320-328. 92  
Bakwena, Malebogo and Bodman, Philip (2008). The Role of Financial Development in Natural Resource Abundant Economies : Does the Nature of the Resource Matter?. Macroeconomics Research Group. 51  

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