Working Papers

Please see http://stephenkinsella.net/research for downloadable copies of working papers and links to SSRN and RePeC pages. Links to all published papers are provided in the titles of the papers listed below.

  1. Stephen Burgess, Oliver Burrows, Antoine Godin, Stephen Kinsella and Stephen Millard (2016)
    A Dynamic Model of Financial Balances for the United Kingdom, Bank of England Working Paper No. 614.
  2. Hang Xiong, Diane Payne and Stephen Kinsella (2016) Peer Effects and Social Networks: The Case of Rural Diffusion in Central China (R&R, Journal of Social Simulation)
  3. O’Keefe, Tom and Kinsella, Stephen, (2018) Ireland is the poster child for definancialisation.
  4. Kinsella, Stephen (2018) Visualising Economic Crises Using Accounting Models.
  5. O’Cleary, Neave, Flaherty, Eoin, and Kinsella, Stephen (2018) The Network Structure of Knowledge Flow.

Journal Articles

  1. Kinsella, S. (2008) Reconciling Newtonian and Simonian Concepts of Space, Cybernetics and Human Knowing, 15(2), 69-74.
  2. Kinsella, S. (2009) ‘Preference falsification in teaching’,Econ Journal Watch, 60(3), 352-358.
  3. Kinsella, S. (2009), ‘Many to One: Using the Mobile Phone to Interact with Large Classes’. British Journal of Educational Technology, 40(5), 959-963.
  4. Kinsella, S., Young, N. (2009) ‘Ultrasound guided central line placement versus standard landmark technique: some unpleasant arithmetic for the economics of medical innovation’, Value in Health, 12(1), 99-101.
  5. Young, N., Kinsella, S., Raio, C., Nelson, M., Chiricolo, M., Johnson, A., Malcolm, G., Drumheller, B., Sama, A., (2010), ‘Economic Impact of Additional Radiographic studies after registered diagnostic medial sonographer-certified emergency physician performed identification of cholecystitis by ultrasound’,Journal of Emergency Medicine, 38(5), 645-651.
  6. Kinsella, S., (2010) ‘Pedagogical Approaches to Theories of Endogenous versus Exogenous Money’, International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education, 1(3), 276-282.
  7. Kinsella, S., Greiff, M., and Nell, E.J. (2011) ‘Income Distribution in a Stock-Flow-Consistent Model with Education and Technological Change’, Eastern Economic Journal, 37, 134-149.
  8. O’Sullivan, K.P.V and Kinsella, S (2011), Recapitalising European Banks, Financial Regulation International, 14(8), 1-8 (lead article).
  9. Watts, M., Powys, L., O’Hora, C., Kinsella, S., Saunders, J., Reid, R., Finucane, P. (2011) ‘Acute Medical Assessment Units: an efficient alternative to in-hospital acute medical care’, Irish Medical Journal, 104(2), 47-49.
  10. O’Sullivan, K.P.V. and Kinsella, S. (2011) ‘An institutional architecture for meta-risk regulation in Irish banking. Lessons from Anglo Irish Bank’s Minsky momentJournal of Banking Regulation, 12, 342-355.
  11. Kinsella, S. and O’Donovan, C. (2011) ‘An Experimental Analysis of Irish Electricity Prices’, The Electricity Journal 24(9), 96-105.
  12. Kinsella, S. (2012) ‘Blueprint for an Algorithmic Economics’, New Mathematics & Natural Computation, 8(1), 101-111.
  13. O’Sullivan, KPV and S. Kinsella (2012) Chasing shadows: Europe prepares to regulate shadow banking, Journal of Banking Regulation, 13(1), 173-177.
  14. Kinsella, S. (2012) Is Ireland really the role model for austerity?, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 36(1), 223–235.
  15. Kinsella, S. and O’Sullivan, K.P.V (2013) Financial and Regulatory Failure: The Case of Ireland, Journal of Banking Regulation,14(1), 1–15.
  16. Kinsella, S. (2013) Modeling moments of crisis: The case of Ireland, Journal of Economic Issues, 47(2), 561-567.
  17. Healy DA, Aziz A, Wong M, Clarke Moloney M, Coffey JC, Grace PA, Kinsella S, Walsh SR, (2013) A descriptive cost analysis study of cases of right iliac fossa pain. International Journal of Surgery, 11(5), 524-528.
  18. Kinsella. S (2013) Was the Celtic Tiger Profit Led or Wage Led? Review of Political Economy, 25(4), pp. 572–585.
  19. Godin, A. and Kinsella, S. (2013) Production Functions at the Business End: The Case of the Fiscal Compact, Global & Local Economic Review 17(1), 153-181.
  20. Mullins, M., O’Regan, P, Kinsella, S, O’Regan, K. (2013) Accounting for Intangibles, the issue of memory in the philosophy of BergsonPhilosophy of Management, 12(3), 49-63.
  21. O’Connor, T., Kinsella, S., O’Sullivan, KPV, (2014), Legal Protection of Investors, Corporate Governance, and Investable Premia in Emerging Markets, International Review of Economics and Finance. 29(1), 426-439..
  22. Kinsella, S. (2014) What causes credit booms?Research in International Business and Finance. Volume 30(1), 310–311.
  23. Kinsella, S. (2014) Post-bailout Ireland as the Poster Child for Austerity, CESifo Forum 15 (2), 20-25.
  24. Kinsella, S & Khalil, S. (2015) Bad banks choking good banks: A stock flow consistent analysis. European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, 12(1), 51-72.
  25. Fennel, D., O’Sullivan, D., Godin, A., Kinsella, S. (2016) Is it possible to visualise any stock flow consistent model as a directed acyclic graph?, Computational Economics, 48(2), 307-316.
  26. Furey, Emilia, O’Hora, Denis, McNamara, John, Kinsella, Stephen and Noone, Chris, (2016) The roles of financial threat, social support, work stress and mental distress in dairy farmers’ expectations of injury, Frontiers of Public Health, Vol. 4(1), 126-132.
  27. Xiong, Hang and Payne, Diane and Kinsella, Stephen, (2016) Peer Effects in the Diffusion of Innovations: Theory and Simulation, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, Volume 63, August, 1–13.
  28. Caiani, Alessandro and Godin, Antoine and Caverzasi, Eugenio and Gallegati, Mauro and Kinsella, Stephen and Stiglitz, Joseph E., (2016) Agent Based-Stock Flow Consistent Macroeconomics: Towards a Benchmark Model, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, Volume 69, 375-408.
  29. Raza, Hamid, Gudmundsson, Bjorn, Kinsella, Stephen, and Zoega, Gylfi, (2016), Two thorns of experience: financialisation in Iceland and Ireland, International Review of Applied Economics, 30(6), 771 - 789.
  30. Xiong, Hang, Kinsella, Stephen and Payne, Diane (2016), The Self-Enforcing Agreement in Cooperative Teams: An Agent-Based Modelling Approach, Complex Adaptive Systems Modeling 4(1), 1 - 19.
  31. Raza, Hamid, Fasianos, Apostolos, and Kinsella, Stephen, (2016), Exploring the Link between Household Debt and Income Inequality: An Asymmetric Approach, Applied Economics Letters, 24, pages 404 - 409.
  32. Schneider, Markus, Kinsella, Stephen and Godin, Antoine, (2016), Changes in the Profile of Inequality across Europe since 2005: Austerity and Redistribution, European Journal of Economics and Economic Policies: Intervention, 13(3), 354–374.
  33. Caiani, Alessandro and Godin, Antoine and Caverzasi, Eugenio and Gallegati, Mauro and Kinsella, Stephen and Stiglitz, Joseph E., (2017) Corrigendum to “Agent based-stock flow consistent macroeconomics: Towards a benchmark model”[Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 69 (2016) 375–408], Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control82(4), p. 176.
  34. Schneider, Markus, Kinsella, Stephen and Godin, Antoine, (2017), Redistribution in the Age of Austerity: Evidence from Europe, 2006-13, Applied Economics Letters, 24(10), 672–676.
  35. Kinsella, Stephen, NicGabhann, Niamh, Ryan, Annmarie (2017) Designing policy: collaborative policy development within the context of the European capital of culture bid process, Cultural Trends, 26(3), 233–248.
  36. Schasfoort, J., Godin, A., Bezemer, D., Caiani, A. & Kinsella, S. (2017) Monetary Policy Transmission in a Macroeconomic Agent-Based Model, Advances in Complex Systems, 20(8), 1850003.
  37. Ahern, Elayne and Kinsella, Stephen and Semkovska, Maria (2018) Clinical efficacy and economic evaluation of online cognitive behavioral therapy for major depressive disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research, 18(1), 25–41.
  38. Coyle, B., Kinsella, S. Lenehan, B., and Queally, J.D. (2018) Cost utility analysis in orthopaedic trauma; what pays? Injury. 49(3), 575–-584.
  39. Raza, Hamid, Kinsella, Stephen, and Zoega, Gylfi (in press) “Asymmetries Exist in the Feldstein-Horioka Relationship, The Journal of International Trade and Development
  40. Raza, H., Zoega, G., Kinsella, S. (in press) Capital inflows, crisis and recovery in small open economies, Finance Research Letters.