Srinivas Raghavendra
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Intimate partner violence: Economic costs and implications for growth and development
N Duvvury, A Callan, P Carney, S Raghavendra
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2013
Lack of Critical Slowing Down Suggests that Financial Meltdowns Are Not Critical Transitions, yet Rising Variability Could Signal Systemic Risk
NGQH Vishwesha Guttal, Srinivas Raghavendra
PLOS ONE, 2016
Hollywood blockbusters and long-tailed distributions An empirical study of the popularity of movies
S Sitabhra, R Srinivas
The European Physical Journal B 42, 293-296, 2004
On the systemic fragility of finance led growth
A Bhaduri, S Raghavendra, V Guttal
Metroeconomica 66 (1), 158-186, 2015
The Macroeconomic Loss Due to Violence Against Women: The Case of Vietnam
S Raghavendra, N Duvvury, S Ashe
Feminist Economics, 2017
Limits to investment exhilarationism
S Raghavendra
Journal of Economics 87, 257-280, 2006
Decomposition Methods in Analyzing Intra-regional and Inter- regional Income Distribution
S Raghavendra
Mathematical economics and the dynamics of capitalism: Goodwin's legacy …, 2006
Economic and social costs of violence against women in Ghana: technical report
F Asante, A Fenny, M Dzudzor, M Chadha, S Scriver, C Ballantine, ...
NUI Galway, 2019
Testing for nonlinear dependence in the credit default swap market
K Moloney, S Raghavendra
Economics Research International 2011, 2011
Economic and social costs of violence against women in South Sudan: technical report
K Elmusharaf, S Scriver, M Chadha, C Ballantine, M Sabir, ...
NUI Galway, 2019
Emergence of two-phase behavior in markets through interaction and learning in agents with bounded rationality
S Sinha, S Raghavendra
Practical Fruits of Econophysics: Proceedings of the Third Nikkei …, 2006
Phase Transition and Pattern Formation in a Model of Collective Choice Dynamics
S Sinha, S Raghavendra
Santa Fe Institute Research Paper 16 (January), 2004
Wage- and profit-led regimes under modern finance: an exploration
A Bhaduri, S Raghavendra
Review of Keynesian Economics (ROKE) 5 ( …, 2017
Conceptualising violence: a holistic approach to understanding violence against women and girls
S Scriver, N Duvvury, S Ashe, S Raghavendra, D O’donovan
United Kingdom: UKaid British People, 2015
The macroeconomic loss due to violence against women and girls: the case of Ghana
S Raghavendra, K Kim, S Ashe, M Chadha, FA Asante, PT Piiroinen, ...
Working Paper, 2019
A framework for testing algorithmic trading strategies
S Raghavendra, D Paraschiv, L Vasiliu
Automation, Computers, Electronics and Mechtronics, 2009
Advances in Artificial Economics: The Economy as a Complex Dynamic System
S Sinha, S Raghavendra
Berlin: Springer) p, 2006
Guidance on methods for estimating economic and social costs of violence against women and girls in low and middle income contexts
C Forde, N Duvvury, S Scriver, M Chadha, C Ballantine, M Sabir, ...
NUI Galway, 2019
Methodological approaches for estimating the economic costs of violence against women and girls
S Ashe, N Duvvury, S Raghavendra, S Scriver, D O’Donovan
What Works. London: UK Aid, 2017
Arbitrage-Free Parity Theory for the CDS and Bond Markets
K Moloney, S Raghavendra
Topics in Numerical Methods for Finance, 2012
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