Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Earl, P. Brendan Markey-Towler, Ken Coutts, 50 Years Ago: Duncan Ironmonger’s New Commodities and Consumer Behaviour and Its Relationship with Lancaster’s ‘New Approach’ to Consumer Behaviour, History of Economics Review, August 2022
Gudgin, G. Coutts, K. Gibson, N and Buchanan, J. (2017) “The macro-economic impact of Brexit: using the CBR macro-economic model of the UK economy (UKMOD)” Journal of Self-Governance and Management Economics, forthcoming, 2017.
Gudgin, G., Coutts, K., Gibson, N., Buchanan, J. (2017) “Defying gravity: a critique of estimates of the economic impact of Brexit” Policy Exchange, June 2017.
Coutts K. and Rowthorn R. (2013) “The UK balance of payments. Structure and Prospects” Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 29: 307-325.
Martin, B., and R. Rowthorn (2013) “Can Intangible Investment Explain the UK Productivity Puzzle? A Response and Comment” National Institute Economic Review, 226: R42-R49.
Martin, B. and R. Rowthorn (2013) “A rejoinder to Goodridge, Haskel and Wallis” National Institute Economic Review, 226: R54.
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Discrimination in Housing in The Idea of the Union edited by John Wilson Foster and William Beattie Smith Belcouver Press 2021
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, The Island Economies. Comparative Living standards. in The Idea of the Union edited by John Wilson Foster and William Beattie Smith Belcouver Press 2021
Coutts, K. and Laskaridis, C. (2018) ‘Financial balances and the development of the Ethiopian Economy’, in F. Cheru, F. Crame, and C. Oqubay, Oxford Handbook of the Ethiopian Economy (Oxford: OUP), forthcoming.
Gudgin, G. and Coutts, K. (2014) ‘Should the UK continue to follow liberal economic policies?’, in J. Green and C. Hay (eds.) The British Growth Crisis (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), forthcoming.
Coutts, K and Gudgin, G. The Macroeconomic Impact of Liberal Economic Policies in the UK, CBR Special Report April 2015.
Martin, B. and Rowthorn, R. (2012) Is the British economy supply constrained II? A renewed critique of productivity pessimism, CBR and UK~IRC, May.
Martin, B. (2011) Is the British economy supply constrained? A critique of productivity pessimism, CBR and UK~IRC, July.
Martin, B. (2010) Rebalancing the British Economy: A strategic assessment, Centre for Business Research and UK~IRC, Cambridge and London, April.
Coutts, K., Gudgin, G. and Gibson, N., “How the Economics Profession Got it Wrong on Brexit“, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge Working Paper No. 493, January 2018.
Martin, B., “A Comment on Oulton, ‘The UK Productivity Puzzle: Does Arthur Lewis hold the key?‘”, CBR WP498, March 2018.
Gudgin, G. Coutts, K. and Gibson, N. (December 2016), ‘The macroeconomic impact of Brexit: using the CBR macroeconomic model of the UK Economy‘, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, Working Paper No. 483.
Gudgin, G. Coutts, K. Gibson, N and Buchanan, J. (May 2017), ‘The Role of Gravity Models in Estimating the Economic Impact of Brexit‘, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge, Working Paper No. 490.
Coutts, K. and Gudgin, G. (2015) ‘The CBR Macro-Economic Model of the UK Economy (UKMOD)’.
Gudgin, G., Coutts, K., Gibson, N. (Ulster University), and Buchanan, J. (Ulster University).Centre for Business Research: UK Economy Forecast Report. Autumn 2015. CBR Special Report (November 2015).
Gudgin, G. The UK macro-economy database was extended and updated in line with the 2014 Blue Book. In conjunction with Neil Gibson and Jordan Buchanan at the Ulster University Economic Development Centre software was created to manage changes in national accounts data, associated re-estimation of equations and other management tasks connected with the UK macro-economy dataset and the UKMOD model.
Coutts, K. and Rowthorn, R. (2013) ‘De-Industrialisation and the balance of payments in advanced economies’ Foresight Future of Manufacturing Project, Evidence Paper 31, London: BIS.
Coutts, K. and Rowthorn, R. (2013) ‘Update of prospects for the UK balance of payments’, Foresight Future of Manufacturing Project, Evidence Paper 30, London: BIS.
Coutts, K. and Rowthorn, R. (2013) ‘Re-industrialisation – a commentary’, Foresight Future of Manufacturing Project, Evidence Paper 32, London: BIS.
Gudgin, G. Conference on Legal and Economic Impact of Brexit, Peterhouse College, Cambridge. Paper on ‘Economic Impact of Brexit’, 30 March 2017.
Gudgin, G. University of Buckingham Conference on the Impact of Brexit. Paper on ‘Economic Impact of Brexit’, 26 June 2017.
Gudgin, G. Clash of the Titans conference, ‘Short-term Forecasts for the UK economy in the context of Brexit’, Royal Institution London, February 2017.
Gudgin, G. ‘Not the OBR A Macro-economic Policy Model of the UK Economy with insights from Godley & Lavoie’, with Ken Coutts Post Keynesian Economics Study Group Annual Conference, Greenwich University, June 2016.
Gudgin, G. ‘A Macro-Economic Policy Model of the UK Economy. A Brexit scenario’, with Ken Coutts. Seminar paper given at Kingston University Department of Economics Seminar Series, October 2016.
Gudgin, G and Gibson, N. gave a workshop on the UK macro-economic model at the Ulster University June 8th 2015. This was attended by civil servants and business representatives in Northern Ireland.
Gudgin, G. Cambridgeshire County Council, East of England Forecasting Model Spring 2014 Forecasts and Dwellings Targets Scenario. This project organised by Oxford Economics Ltd provided forecasts, scenarios and advice for local authorities in the East of England co-ordinated by CCC.
Gudgin, G. Workshop on better use of evidence for policy-making – EU Commission Brussels, 15/16 May 2014.
Gudgin, G. The Causes and Consequences of the Long Expansion 1992-2007. Clare College, Cambridge 19/20 September. 2013 .
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Two complete updates of the macro-economic datasets for the CBR Macro-economic model of the UK Economy. Work undertaken with colleagues in Ireland (Prof Neil Gibson and Jordan Buchanan). The UKMOD database is now compliant with the 2020 ONS National Accounts Blue Book, with further data for 2021 using ONS quarterly statistics. In addition a Financial variables dataset for the FInMOD model has been updated. A further update will be undertaken when the 2021 Blue Book is published in October 2022.
Gudgin, G. Two complete updates of the macro-economic datasets for the CBR Macro-economic model of the UK Economy. Work largely undertaken by colleagues at Ulster University (Prof Neil Gibson and Jordan Buchanan). The UKMOD database is now compliant with the 2016 ONS National Accounts Blue Book, with further data for 2016 using ONS quarterly statistics.
Gudgin, G. New large scale trade dataset compiled by Prof Neil Gibson and Jordan Buchanan to facilitate research on gravity models. Innovative software written by Prof Gibson allowed partial datasets to be constructed for specified dates, giving considerable flexibility.
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Only Un-Conservative measures can solve the energy crisis. With Professor Robert Tombs. Spectator magazine https://www.spectator.co.uk/writer/robert-tombs-and-graham-gudgin
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, The Island of Ireland. Two distinct economies. Policy Exchange June 5 2022 https://policyexchange.org.uk/publication/the-island-of-ireland/
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Why the CER is wrong about Brexit Policy Exchange June 2022. https://policyexchange.org.uk/why-the-centre-for-european-reform-is-wrong-about-brexit/
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, The protocol is not helping the Northern Ireland economy. Belfast Newsletter June 2022 https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/opinion/graham-gudgin-the-protocol-isnt-helping-northern-ireland-as-some-economists-say-3742412
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, This is a radical UK plan to overturn the Northern Ireland Protocol Belfast Newsletter. Aug. 2021 https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/opinion/columnists/this-is-a-radical-uk-plan-to-overturn-the-protocol-3326878
Martin, B. (2013) ‘Capital Investment: what are the main long-term trends in relation to UK manufacturing businesses, and how do these compare internationally?’ Foresight Project: The Future of Manufacturing Evidence Paper 8, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, April, 2013.
Martin, B. and Rowthorn, R. (2013) ‘Can Intangible Investment Explain the UK Productivity Puzzle? A Response and Comment’, CBR note, July.
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Series of articles by Graham Gudgin on aspects of Brexit for the Centre for Brexit Studies
Gudgin, Coutts, Martin, Birmingham City University, Spiked, C and the BriefingsforBritain websites
Gudgin, G. Sunday Telegraph, Simon Heffer, “Impact of Brexit”.
Gudgin, G. London Evening Standard, Anthony Hilton, “Economic Impact of Brexit”.
Markou, C. The Independent, (Several occasions).
Gudgin, G. Coverage received on launch of Liberal Markets report in the Observer and Guardian newspapers.
Gudgin, G. Took part in 30 minute discussion on Share radio, London, 14 September on Liberal markets Report.
MPhil students supervised
Gudgin, G. supervised Saite Lu (Sydney Sussex College) financial Modelling in a Stock-Flow Equilibrium Context.