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


ECONM3023: MSc Advanced Macroeconomics

Fields of interest

Growth, Development, Foreign Aid




Latest publications

  1. Carter, P & Temple, J, 2016, ‘Virtuous Circles and the Case for Aid’. IMF Economic Review.
  2. Temple, J, 2016, ‘Morten Jerven, and What Economists Do and Don’t Get Wrong’. Developement Policy Review.
  3. Carter, PW, Postel-Vinay, F & Temple, JRW, 2015, ‘Dynamic aid allocation’. Journal of International Economics.
  4. Rockey, J & Temple, J, 2015, ‘Growth Econometrics for Agnostics and True Believers’. European Economic Review.
  5. Breinlich, H, Ottaviano, G & Temple, JRW, 2013, ‘Regional growth and regional decline’. in: Philippe Aghion, Steven Durlauf (eds) Handbook of Economic Growth. Elsevier
  6. Temple, JRW, 2012, ‘The calibration of CES production functions’. Journal of Macroeconomics, vol 34., pp. 294-303
  7. 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
  8. Temple, J, 2010, ‘Aid and Conditionality’. in: Dani Rodrik, Mark R Rosenzweig (eds) Handbook of Development Economics. Elsevier, pp. 4415 - 4523
  9. Sirimaneetham, V & Temple, J, 2009, ‘Macroeconomic stability and the distribution of growth rates’. World Bank Economic Review, vol 23., pp. 443 - 479
  10. Satchi, M & Temple, J, 2009, ‘Labor markets and productivity in developing countries’. Review of Economic Dynamics, vol 12., pp. 183 - 204
  11. Malik, A & Temple, J, 2009, ‘The geography of output volatility’. Journal of Development Economics, vol 90., pp. 163 - 178
  12. 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
  13. Graham, B & Temple, J, 2006, ‘Rich Nations, Poor Nations: How Can Multiple Equilibria Explain?’. Journal of Economic Growth, vol 11 (1)., pp. 5 - 41
  14. Temple, J & Wößmann, L, 2006, ‘Dualism and cross-country growth regressions’. Journal of Economic Growth, vol 11 (3)., pp. 187 - 228
  15. Temple, J, 2005, ‘Growth and Wage Inequality in a Dual Economy’. Bulletin of Economic Research, vol 57(2)., pp. 145 - 169
  16. Temple, J, 2005, ‘Dual Economy Models: a Primer for Growth Economists’. The Manchester School, vol 73(4)., pp. 435 - 478
  17. 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
  18. Temple, J, 2003, ‘The Long-Run Implications of Growth Theories’. Journal of Economic Surveys, vol Volume 17, no 3., pp. 497 - 510
  19. Temple, J & Kuha, J, 2003, ‘Covariate Measurement Error in Quadratic Regression’. International Statistical Review, vol Volume 71, no. 1., pp. 131 - 150
  20. 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
  21. Temple, J, 2002, ‘Wage Inequality in a Dual Economy’. Economics Discussion Paper 02/53, University of Bristol
  22. Temple, J, 2002, ‘Growth Effects of Education and Social Capital in the OECD Countries’. OECD Economic Studies, vol 33., pp. 57 - 101
  23. Temple, J, 2002, ‘The Costs of Dualism’. Economics Discussion Paper 02/532, University of ristol
  24. Temple, J, 2002, ‘Openness, Inflation and the Phillips Curve: A Puzzle’. Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, vol 34 (2)., pp. 450 - 469
  25. Temple, J, 2002, ‘The Assessment: The New Economy’. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, vol Volume 18, no. 3., pp. 241 - 264
  26. Temple, J, 2001, ‘Generalizations that aren't? Evidence on education and growth’. European Economic Review, vol 45 (4-6)., pp. 905 - 918
  27. Temple, J, 2001, ‘Growing Into Trouble: Indonesia After 1966’. Economics Discussion Paper 01/522, University of Bristol
  28. Temple, J & Graham, B, 2001, ‘Rich Nations,Poor Nations: How Can Multiple Equilbria Explain?’. Economics Discussion Paper 01/523, University of Bristol
  29. Temple, J, Bond, S & Hoeffler, A, 2001, ‘GMM Estimation of Empirical Growth Models’. Economics Discussion Paper 01/525, University of Bristol
  30. 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
  31. Temple, J, 2000, ‘Inflation and Growth: Stories Short and Tall’. Journal of Economic Surveys, vol Volume 14, no. 4., pp. 395 - 426
  32. Temple, J, 1999, ‘The New Growth Evidence’. Journal of Economic Literature, vol 37(1)., pp. 112 - 156
  33. Temple, J, 1999, ‘A Positive Effect of Human Capital ion Growth’. Economics Letters, vol 65(1).
  34. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Openness and TFP Growth: Comments and New Directions’. in: J Proudman, S Redding (eds) Openness and Growth. Bank of England
  35. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Growth in Open Economies’. in: P Aghion, P Howitt, S Redding (eds) Endogenous Growth Theory. MIT Press
  36. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Testing for Endogenous Growth’. in: P Aghion, P Howitt (eds) Endogenous Growth Theory. MIT Press
  37. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Initial Conditions, Social Capital and Growth in Africa’. Journal of African Economics, vol 7(3)., pp. 309 - 347
  38. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Central Bank Independence and Inflation: Good News and Bad News’. Economic Letters, vol 61(2)., pp. 215 - 219
  39. Temple, J & Johnson, P, 1998, ‘Social Capability and Economic Growth’. Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol 113(3)., pp. 965 - 990
  40. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Equipemnt Investment and the Solow Model’. Oxford Economic Papers, vol 50., pp. 39 - 62
  41. Temple, J, 1998, ‘Robustness Tests of the Augmented Solow Model’. Journal of Applied Economics, vol 13(4)., pp. 361 - 375
  42. Temple, J & Voth, J, 1998, ‘Human Capital, Equipment Investment and Industrialisation’. European Economic Review, vol 42(7)., pp. 1343 - 1362
  43. 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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