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Gomes, Orlando (2006): Entropy in the creation of knowledge: a candidate source of endogenous business cycles.

March 2006

Gomes, Orlando (2006): Space, growth and technology: an integrated dynamic approach.

July 2006

Gomes, Orlando (2006): Too much of a good thing: endogenous business cycles generated by bounded technological progress.

August 2006

Gomes, Orlando (2006): Nonlinear inflation expectations and endogenous fluctuations.

September 2006

Gomes, Orlando (2006): The dynamics of television advertising with boundedly rational consumers.

October 2006

Gomes, Orlando (2006): Can social interaction contribute to explain business cycles?

Gomes, Orlando (2006): Monetary policy and economic growth: combining short and long run macro analysis.


Gomes, Orlando (2007): Externalities in R&D: a route to endogenous fluctuations.

January 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Constraints on credit, consumer behaviour and the dynamics of wealth.

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Consumer confidence, endogenous growth and endogenous cycles.

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Decentralized allocation of human capital and nonlinear growth.

February 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Deterministic randomness in a model of finance and growth.

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Nonlinear dynamics in a model of financial development with a risk premium.

March 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): On the allocation of credit and aggregate fluctuations.

April 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): On the stability of endogenous growth models: an evaluation of the agents’ response to output fluctuations.

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Stability analysis in a monetary model with a varying intertemporal elasticity of substitution.

May 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Time preference and cyclical endogenous growth.

June 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): Socially determined time preference in discrete time.

Gomes, Orlando (2007): When leisure becomes excessive: a bifurcation result in endogenous growth theory.

August 2007

Gomes, Orlando (2007): A two-dimensional non-equilibrium dynamic model.

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