Rachel Griffith, CBE FBA

Professor of Economics, University of Manchester
Research Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies

Dubois, Griffith and O'Connell (2017) "The effects of banning advertising in junk food markets" Review of Economic Studies

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Griffith, Nesheim and O'Connell (2016) "Income effects and the welfare consequences of tax in differentiated product oligopoly" Quantitative Economics

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Griffith, Lee and Straathof (2016) "Recombinant innovation and the boundaries of the firm" International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 50, January 2017,pp34-56

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Abramovsky, Griffith and Miller (2016) "Domestic effects of offshoring high-skilled jobs: complementarities in knowledge production" Review of International Economics, 25(1), February 2017, pp 1-20

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Griffith, O'Connell and Smith (2016) "The importance of product reformulation versus consumer choice in improving diet quality" Economica, 84(333), January 2017, pp 34-53

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Griffith, Lluberas and Luhrmann (2016) "Gluttony and sloth: long-run changes in bodyweight, diet and labour market activity" Journal of the European Economic Association, 14(6), Dec 2016, pp 1253 - 1286

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Griffith, O'Connell and Smith (2015) "Shopping Around: How Households Adjusted Food Spending Over the Great Recession" Economica, 83(330), pp 247-280, April 2016

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Griffith, O'Connell and Smith (2015) "Relative prices, consumer preferences, and the demand for food" Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 31(1), 116-130

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Griffith, Miller and O'Connell (2014) "Ownership of intellectual property and corporate taxation" Journal of Public Economics, 112, 12-23

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Dubois, Griffith and Nevo (2014) "Do Prices and Attributes Explain International Differences in Food Purchases?" American Economic Review, 104(3), 832-867

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Griffith and Macartney (2014) "Employment Protection Legislation, Multinational Firms and Innovation" Review of Economics and Statistics, 96(1), 135-150

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Griffith and Nesheim (2013) "Hedonic methods for baskets of goods" Economics Letters, 120, 284-287

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Griffith, Lee and Van Reenen (2011) "Is distance dying at last? Falling home bias in fixed effects models of patent citations" Quantitative Economics, 2 (2011), 211-249

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Griffith and O'Connell (2010) "Public Policy Towards Food Consumption" Fiscal Studies, 31(4), 481-507

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Griffith, Harrison and Simpson (2010) "Product market reforms and innovation in the EU" Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 112(2), June 2010, 389-415

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Acemoglu, Aghion, Griffith and Zilibotti (2010) "Vertical Integration and Technology: Theory and Evidence" Journal of the European Economic Association, 8(5), 989-1033

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Griffith, Hines and Sorensen (2010) "International capital taxation" in Reforming the tax system for the 21st century (eds Blundell, Mirrlees, Poterba), Oxford University Press

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Griffith and O'Connell (2009) "The use of market research data for research into nutrition" Fiscal Studies, 30(3/4), December 2009, 339-365

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Griffith, Redding and Simpson (2009) "Technological Catch-up and Geographic Proximity" Journal of Regional Science, 49(4), 689-720

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Griffith, Leibtag, Leicester and Nevo (2009) "Consumer shopping behavior: how much do consumers save?" Journal of Economic Perspectives, 23(2), 99-120

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Griffith and Neely (2009) "Performance Pay and Managerial Experience in Multitask Teams: Evidence from within a Firm" Journal of Labor Economics, 27(1), 49-82

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Aghion, Blundell, Griffith, Howitt and Prantl (2009) "The effects of entry on incumbent innovation and productivity" Review of Economics and Statistics, 91(1), 20-32

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Griffith (2007) "Technology, Productivity and Public Policy" Fiscal Studies, 28(3), September 2007, 273-291

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Devereux, Griffith and Simpson (2007) "Firm location decisions, regional grants and agglomeration externalities" Journal of Public Economics, 91, 413-435, April 2007

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Griffith, Harrison and Macartney (2007) "Product market reforms, labour market institutions and unemployment" Economic Journal, 117, C142-C166(1), March 2007

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Griffith, Haskel and Neely (2006) "Why is productivity so dispersed?" Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 22(4), Winter 2006

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Griffith, Huergo, Mairesse and Peters (2006) "Innovation and productivity across four European countries" Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 22(4), Winter 2006

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Aghion, Griffith and Howitt (2006) "The U-shaped relationship between vertical integration and competition: theory and evidence" International Journal of Economic Theory, 2, 351-363, Sept 2006

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Griffith, Harrison and Van Reenen (2006) "How special is the special relationship? Using the impact of US R&D spillovers on UK firms as a test of technology sourcing" American Economic Review, 96, 1859-1875, Dec 2006

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Aghion, Griffith and Howitt (2006) "Vertical integration and competition" American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, 96, 97-102, May 2006

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Abramovsky and Griffith (2006) "Outsourcing and offshoring of business services: the role of ICT" Journal of the European Economic Association, 4, 594-601, May 2006

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Aghion, Bloom, Blundell, Griffith and Howitt (2005) "Competition and innovation: an inverted U relationship" Quarterly Journal of Economics, 120, 701-728, May 2005

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Griffith and Harmgart (2005) "Retail Productivity" The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research, 15(3), 281 - 290, July 2005

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Aghion and Griffith (2005) Competition and Growth, MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, Aug 2005

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Devereux, Griffith and Klemm (2004) "Why has the UK corporation tax raised so much money?" Fiscal Studies, 25(4), December 2004, 367-388

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Geroski and Griffith (2004) "Identifying anti-trust markets" International Handbook of Competition M. Neumann and J. Weigand (eds) Edward Elgar, December 2004

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Griffith, Redding and Van Reenen (2004) "Mapping the two faces of R&D: productivity growth in a panel of OECD industries" Review of Economics and Statistics, 86(4), Nov 2004

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Griffith, Simpson and Redding (2004) "Foreign Ownership and Productivity: New Evidence from the Service Sector and the R&D Lab" Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 20(3), pp 440-456

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Aghion, Blundell, Howitt, Griffith and Prantl (2004) "Entry and productivity growth: evidence from micro-level data" Journal of the European Economic Association, 2, 265-276

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Devereux, Griffith and Simpson (2004) "The geographic distribution of production activity in the UK" Regional Science and Urban Economics, 34, 533-564, Sept 2004

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Griffith and Simpson (2004) "Characteristics of foreign-owned firms on UK manufacturing productivity" in Blundell, Card and Freeman (eds) Creating a Premier League Economy, The University of Chicago Press, 2004

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Griffith, Redding and Van Reenen (2003) "R&D and absorptive capacity: from theory to data" The Scandanavian Journal of Economics, 105(1), 99-118, 2003

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Devereux and Griffith (2003) "Evaluating tax policy for location decisions" International Tax and Public Finance, 10(2), 107-126, March 2003

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Bloom, Chennells, Griffith and Van Reenen (2002) "How Has Tax Affected the Changing Cost of R&D? Evidence from Eight Countries" in The Regulation of Science nd Technology, H.L.Smith (ed.), Macmillan: London

Devereux, Griffith and Klemm (2002) "Corporate income tax reforms and international tax competition" Economic Policy, 35, 451-495

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Bloom, Griffith and Van Reenen (2002) "Do R&D tax credits work? Evidence from an international panel of countries 1979-97" Journal of Public Economics, 85, 1-31, July 2002

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Devereux and Griffith (2000) "The Impact of Corporate Taxation on the Location of Capital" A Review Swedish Economic Policy Review, 9(1), 2000

Blundell, Griffith and Windmeijer (2002) "Individual effects and dynamics in count data models" Journal of Econometrics, 108, 113-131, May 2002

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Bloom and Griffith (2001) "The internationalisation of R&D" Fiscal Studies 22(3), 337-355

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Griffith, Redding and Van Reenen (2001) "Measuring the cost effectiveness of an R&D tax credit for the UK" Fiscal Studies, 22(3), 375 -399, 2001

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Blundell, Griffith and Van Reenen (1999) "Market share, market value and innovation in a panel of British manufacturing firms" Review of Economic Studies, 66, 529-554, July 1999

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Griffith (1999) "Using the ARD establishment level data to look at foreign ownership and productivity in the UK" Economic Journal, 109, F416-F442, June 1999

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Devereux and Griffith (1998) "Taxes and the location of production: evidence from a panel of US multinationals" Journal of Public Economics, 68, 335-367, June 1998

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Griffith (1996) "A Note on the Taxation of Capital Income in the Czech Republic and Poland" Fiscal Studies, 17(3), 91-103, August 1996

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Blundell, Griffith and Windmeijer (1995) "Dynamics and Correlated Responses in Longitudinal Data Models" Lecture Notes in Statistics 104, 35-42, Springer-Verlag: New York, July 1995

Griffith, Sandler and Van Reenen (1995) "Tax Incentives for R&D" Fiscal Studies, 16(2), 21-44, May 1995

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Blundell, Griffith and Van Reenen (1995) "Dynamic count data models of technological innovation" Economic Journal, 105, 333-344, March 1995

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Griffith and Freeman (1993) "Surplus ACT - A Solution in Sight?" Fiscal Studies, 14(4), 58-73, November 1993

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