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Margaret Hurley is a lecturer in Economics and Finance at Maynooth since the early 1990's. Before that she worked in the Research Department at the Central Bank of Ireland. She taught as a visiting lecturer at NUI, Galway.Her primary degree is in Economics and Mathematical Statistics, and she holds an MA in Economics, both degrees from UCC. Her Master's thesis was on the Irish term structure of interest rates.
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2002||Thomas J. Flavin, Margaret Hurley and Fabrice Rousseau (2002) 'Explaining Stock Market Correlation: A Gravity Model Approach'. THE MANCHESTER SCHOOL, 70 :87-106. [DOI] [Full-Text]|
|1998||Margaret Hurley (1998) 'The Scope for Monetary Independence in Exchange Rate Target Zones Broad and Narrow'. Economic Letters, 59 . [Full-Text]|
|1994||Margaret Hurley and Jenny Hughes (1994) 'Simple Tests of Target Zone Credibility: The Irish Case'. Journal of Applied Economics, 26 (8).|
|1993||Margaret Hurley (1993) 'The Optimal Level of Reserves in an Exchange Rate Target Zone'. Economic And Social Review, 25 (1).|
|1990||Margaret Hurley (1990) 'The Information in Term Structure Spreads: The Irish Case'. Economic And Social Review, 22 (1). [Full-Text]|
|1990||Margaret Hurley and Cathal Guiomard (1990) 'Money Demand in Ireland: A Dynamic Equation'. Economic And Social Review, 21 (4):387-407. [Full-Text]|
|1989||Margaret Hurley and Cathal Guiomard (1989) 'Determinants of Money Demand in Ireland: Rounding up the Usual Suspects'. Economic and Social revew, 21 (1). [Full-Text]|
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