Working Papers in Economics are pre-publication versions of technical papers, academic articles, book chapters, or reviews. Authors may release working papers to share ideas or to receive feedback on their work. This is done before the author submits the final version of the paper to a peer reviewed journal or conference for publication. Working papers can be cited by other peer-reviewed work. It is common practice in economics to publish working papers as publication lags between submission and publication can be long - even up to 3 years.
The full list of UQ School of Economics Working Papers is available via UQ eSpace.
This is a selection of Working Papers published by the School: