Simon Broome obtained his DPhil in Economics in 1996 from the University of York. Before joining the department of Economics at Maynooth in 2000, he was a lecturer at the University of St Andrews (1995 - 1996) and at the University of Aberystwyth (1996 - 2000). His main research interests are in dynamic macroeconomic theory and political economy. From 2013 - 2015 he served on the board of the Economic and Social Review.
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2004||Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2004) 'The Stock Market, Money Demands and the Asian Crisis'. Journal of Asian Economics, 15 :189-197. [Full-Text]|
|2000||Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2000) 'Long-Run and Short Run Linkages between Stock Prices and Interest Rates in the G-7'. Applied Economics Letters, 7 . [Full-Text]|
|2005||Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2005) Proceedings of Chinese International Conference on Financial Engineering Stock prices and the monetary model of the exchange rate: An empirical investigation [Full-Text]|
|2003||Broome, S.J. and B. Morley (2003) Stock Prices as a Leading Indicator of the East Asian Financial Crisis . WP [Full-Text]|
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