Professor Jon Temple

Professor Jon Temple

Professor Jon Temple
Professor

0B6,
The Priory Road Complex, Priory Road, Clifton
BS8 1TU
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jon.temple@bristol.ac.uk

Telephone Number (0117) 928 8430

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Department of Economics

Research

Jonathan Temple is a macroeconomist interested in growth and development issues. Current research focuses on the interactions between growth and labour markets, foreign aid, and understanding differences in development levels across countries.

For a full list of Jonathan Temple's recent publications please go to his personal web page.

Teaching

ECON20023: Growth and Development
ECONM3023: MSc Advanced Macroeconomics

Fields of interest

Growth, Development, Foreign Aid




Latest publications

  1. Carter, PW, Postel-Vinay, F & Temple, JRW 2015, ‘Dynamic aid allocation’. Journal of International Economics.
  2. Breinlich, H, Ottaviano, G & Temple, JRW 2013, ‘Regional growth and regional decline’. in: Philippe Aghion, Steven Durlauf (eds) Handbook of Economic Growth. Elsevier
  3. Temple, JRW 2012, ‘The calibration of CES production functions’. Journal of Macroeconomics, vol 34., pp. 294-303
  4. Attfield, C & Temple, J 2010, ‘Balanced growth and the great ratios: new evidence for the US and UK’. Journal of Macroeconomics, vol 32(4)., pp. 937 - 956
  5. Temple, J 2010, ‘Aid and Conditionality’. in: Dani Rodrik, Mark R Rosenzweig (eds) Handbook of Development Economics. Elsevier, pp. 4415 - 4523
  6. Sirimaneetham, V & Temple, J 2009, ‘Macroeconomic stability and the distribution of growth rates’. World Bank Economic Review, vol 23., pp. 443 - 479
  7. Satchi, M & Temple, J 2009, ‘Labor markets and productivity in developing countries’. Review of Economic Dynamics, vol 12., pp. 183 - 204
  8. Malik, A & Temple, J 2009, ‘The geography of output volatility’. Journal of Development Economics, vol 90., pp. 163 - 178
  9. Durlauf, N, Johnson, P & Temple, J 2009, ‘The econometrics of convergence’. in: Terence C Mills, Kerry Patterson (eds) Palgrave Handbook of Econometrics: Applied Econometrics. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1087 - 1118
  10. Graham, B & Temple, J 2006, ‘Rich Nations, Poor Nations: How Can Multiple Equilibria Explain?’. Journal of Economic Growth, vol 11 (1)., pp. 5 - 41
  11. Temple, J & Wößmann, L 2006, ‘Dualism and cross-country growth regressions’. Journal of Economic Growth, vol 11 (3)., pp. 187 - 228
  12. Temple, J 2005, ‘Dual Economy Models: a Primer for Growth Economists’. The Manchester School, vol 73(4)., pp. 435 - 478
  13. Temple, J 2005, ‘Growth and Wage Inequality in a Dual Economy’. Bulletin of Economic Research, vol 57(2)., pp. 145 - 169
  14. Durlauf, S, Johnson, P & Temple, J 2005, ‘Growth Econometrics’. in: P Aghion, SN Durlauf (eds) Handbook of Economic Growth Volume 1A (Handbooks in Economics 22). North-Holland: Amsterdam, pp. 555 - 677
  15. Temple, J 2003, ‘The Long-Run Implications of Growth Theories’. Journal of Economic Surveys, vol Volume 17, no 3., pp. 497 - 510
  16. Temple, J 2003, ‘Growing Into Trouble:Indonesia After 1966’. in: D Rodrik (eds) In Search of Prosperity: Analytic Narratives on Economic Growth. Princeton University Press
  17. Temple, J & Kuha, J 2003, ‘Covariate Measurement Error in Quadratic Regression’. International Statistical Review, vol Volume 71, no. 1., pp. 131 - 150
  18. Temple, J 2002, ‘The Costs of Dualism’. Economics Discussion Paper 02/532, University of ristol
  19. Temple, J 2002, ‘Openness, Inflation and the Phillips Curve: A Puzzle’. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol 34 (2)., pp. 450 - 469
  20. Temple, J 2002, ‘Growth Effects of Education and Social Capital in the OECD Countries’. OECD Economic Studies, vol 33., pp. 57 - 101
  21. Temple, J 2002, ‘The Assessment: The New Economy’. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, vol Volume 18, no. 3., pp. 241 - 264
  22. Temple, J 2002, ‘Wage Inequality in a Dual Economy’. Economics Discussion Paper 02/53, University of Bristol
  23. Temple, J 2001, ‘Generalizations that aren't? Evidence on education and growth’. European Economic Review, vol 45 (4-6)., pp. 905 - 918
  24. Temple, J 2001, ‘Growing Into Trouble: Indonesia After 1966’. Economics Discussion Paper 01/522, University of Bristol
  25. Temple, J & Graham, B 2001, ‘Rich Nations,Poor Nations: How Can Multiple Equilbria Explain?’. Economics Discussion Paper 01/523, University of Bristol
  26. Temple, J, Bond, S & Hoeffler, A 2001, ‘GMM Estimation of Empirical Growth Models’. Economics Discussion Paper 01/525, University of Bristol
  27. Temple, J 2000, ‘Inflation and Growth: Stories Short and Tall’. Journal of Economic Surveys, vol Volume 14, no. 4., pp. 395 - 426
  28. Temple, J 2000, ‘Growth Regressions and What the Textbooks Don't Tell You’. Bulletin of Economic Research, vol Volume 52, no. 3., pp. 181 - 205
  29. Temple, J 1999, ‘The New Growth Evidence’. Journal of Economic Literature, vol 37(1)., pp. 112 - 156
  30. Temple, J 1999, ‘A Positive Effect of Human Capital ion Growth’. Economics Letters, vol 65(1).
  31. Temple, J 1998, ‘Initial Conditions, Social Capital and Growth in Africa’. Journal of African Economics, vol 7(3)., pp. 309 - 347
  32. Temple, J 1998, ‘Equipemnt Investment and the Solow Model’. Oxford Economic Papers, vol 50., pp. 39 - 62
  33. Temple, J 1998, ‘Testing for Endogenous Growth’. in: P Aghion, P Howitt (eds) Endogenous Growth Theory. MIT Press
  34. Temple, J 1998, ‘Central Bank Independence and Inflation: Good News and Bad News’. Economic Letters, vol 61(2)., pp. 215 - 219
  35. Temple, J 1998, ‘Growth in Open Economies’. in: P Aghion, P Howitt, S Redding (eds) Endogenous Growth Theory. MIT Press
  36. Temple, J & Voth, J 1998, ‘Human Capital, Equipment Investment and Industrialisation’. European Economic Review, vol 42(7)., pp. 1343 - 1362
  37. Temple, J 1998, ‘Robustness Tests of the Augmented Solow Model’. Journal of Applied Economics, vol 13(4)., pp. 361 - 375
  38. Temple, J 1998, ‘Openness and TFP Growth: Comments and New Directions’. in: J Proudman, S Redding (eds) Openness and Growth. Bank of England
  39. Temple, J & Johnson, P 1998, ‘Social Capability and Economic Growth’. Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol 113(3)., pp. 965 - 990
  40. Temple, J 1997, ‘St Adam and the Dragons: Neoclassical Economists and the East Asian Mracle’. Oxford Development Studies, vol 25(3)., pp. 279 - 300

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