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1997 Taxing profits in a changing worldChennells, Lucy; Griffith, Rachel
1998 The taxation of discrete investment choicesDevereux, Michael; Griffith, Rachel
1999 Individual effects and dynamics in count data modelsBlundell, Richard; Griffith, Rachel; Windmeijer, Frank
1999 Productivity and foreign ownership in the UK car industryGriffith, Rachel
2000 Mapping the two faces of R&D: productivity growth in a panel of OECD industriesGriffith, Rachel; Redding, Stephen; Reenen, John Van
2000 R&D and absorptive capacity: From theory to dataGriffith, Rachel; Redding, Stephen; Van Reenen, John
2001 Product market competition, efficiency and agency costs: An empirical analysisGriffith, Rachel
2001 Characteristics of foreign-owned firms in British manufacturingGriffith, Rachel; Simpson, Helen
2002 Productivity convergence and foreign ownership at the establishment levelGriffith, Rachel; Redding, Stephen; Simpson, Helen
2002 Competition and innovation: An inverted u relationshipAghion, Philippe; Bloom, Nicholas; Blundell, Richard; Griffith, Rachel; Howitt, Peter
2003 Identifying anti-trust marketsGeroski, Paul A.; Griffith, Rachel
2004 Foreign ownership and productivity: New evidence from the service sector and the R&D labGriffith, Rachel; Redding, Stephen; Simpson, Helen
2004 Why has the UK corporation tax raised so much revenue?Devereux, Michael P.; Griffith, Rachel; Klemm, Alexander
2004 Agglomeration, regional grants and firm locationDevereux, Michael P.; Griffith, Rachel; Simpson, Helen
2004 What has been the tax competition experience of the last 20 years?Griffith, Rachel; Klemm, Alexander
2004 How special is the special relationship? Using the impact of US R&D spillovers on UK firms as a test of technology sourcingGriffith, Rachel; Harrison, Rupert; Van Reenen, John
2004 Vertical integration and technology: Theory and evidenceAcemoglu, Daron; Aghion, Philippe; Griffith, Rachel; Zilibotti, Fabrizio
2005 Outsourcing and offshoring of business services: How important is ICT?Abramovsky, Laura; Griffith, Rachel
2005 Retail productivityGriffith, Rachel; Harmgart, Heike
2006 The effects of entry on incumbent innovation and productivityAghion, Philippe; Blundell, Richard; Griffith, Rachel; Howitt, Peter; Prantl, Susanne