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- McKibbin, W., and Vines, D. (2023)
"Longer-Term Structural Transitions and Short-Term Macroeconomic Adjustment: Quantitative Implications For The Global Financial System” Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 9 pp245-266
- Bertram C. Boirard A., Edmonds J., Fernando R., Gayle D., Hurst I., Liu W., McKibbin W., Payerols C., Richters O., Schets E., (2022)
“Running the NGFS Scenarios in G-Cubed: A Tale of Two Modelling Frameworks”, NGFS Occasional Paper, Banque de France.
- Jaumotte, F., Liu, W. & McKibbin, W. J. (2021)
"Mitigating Climate Change: Growth-friendly Policies to Achieve Net Zero Emissions by 2050".
CAMA Working Paper 75/2021
- Fernando R., Liu W. and W. McKibbin (2021)
"Global Economic Impacts of Climate Shocks, Climate Policy and Changes in Climate Risk Assessment",
Brookings Climate and Energy Economics Discussion Paper, March 31, 2021
- McKibbin W. and R. Fernando (2021)
"Macroeconomic Policy Adjustments due to COVID19: Scenarios to 2025 with a focus on Asia", CAMA Working Paper 17/2021
- McKibbin W.(2023)
"“To bring down imported inflation, interest rates must rise back to normal”. Australian Financial Review, February 28. Policy Forum, May 3,
- McKibbin W.(2022)
"Why the Reserve Bank of Australia Should Lift the Interest Rate to 0.5 percent this week”. Australian Financial Review, May 3. Policy Forum, May 3,
- McKibbin W.(2021)
“A future-focused review must question Reserve Bank’s inflation target”. Australian Financial Review, September 20.
Also appeared in the Asia Pacific Policy Forum Policy Forum, September 20,