Mr David Winter


David Winter's current research interests include time series econometrics, the housing market and applied public economics. He has also produced work on market socialism, the economics of planning and the welfare state.


ECON12122: Quantitative Methods 2: Introduction to Statistics and Econometrics
EFIM30006 Applied Econometrics (QM4)
EFIM30005 Applied Economics Project (QM7)

Fields of interest

Time series econometrics, The Housing Market, Applied Public Economics

Latest publications

  1. Winter, D, 1996, ‘'Is collectivism essential'?’. in: Preston King (eds) Socialism and the Common Good. Frank Cass Publishers, pp. 145 - 152
  2. Green, S & Winter, D, 1995, ‘Tax Compliance Costs - the Tax Practitioner's Perspective’. in: Tax Compliance Costs Measurement and Policy. Fiscal Publications in association with the IFS, pp. 353 - 372
  3. Green, S & Winter, D, 1994, ‘Tax Compliance Costs : Should we care about accountants?’. University of Bristol
  4. Attfield, C & Winter, D, 1993, ‘Bristol and West Project; A Financial Model of the Household Sector Interim Report’. Unknown Publisher
  5. Attfield, C & Winter, D, 1993, ‘A Time Series Model of the Housing Market’. Unknown Publisher
  6. Evandrou, M, Falkingham, J, Le Grand, J & Winter, D, 1992, ‘Equity in Health and Social Care’. Journal of Social Policy, vol 21 Pt4., pp. 489 - 524
  7. Evandrou, M, Falkingham, J, Le Grand, J & Winter, D, 1991, ‘Equity in Health and Social Care’. University of Bristol

Full publications list in the University of Bristol publications system

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