Stuart G. McIntyre
Stuart G. McIntyre
Fraser of Allander Institute, Department of Economics, University of Strathclyde
Verified email at strath.ac.uk - Homepage
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Local consumption and territorial based accounting for CO2 emissions
K Hermannsson, SG McIntyre
Ecological economics 104, 1-11, 2014
322014
The evolution of green jobs in Scotland: A hybrid approach
K Connolly, GJ Allan, SG McIntyre
Energy Policy 88, 355-360, 2016
282016
Incorporating jurisdiction issues into regional carbon accounts under production and consumption accounting principles
K Turner, M Munday, S McIntyre, CD Jensen
Environment and Planning A 43 (3), 722-741, 2011
242011
Responsibility for regional waste generation: A single-region extended input–output analysis for Wales
CD Jensen, S Mcintyre, M Munday, K Turner
Regional Studies 47 (6), 913-933, 2013
22*2013
Regional output growth in the United Kingdom: more timely and higher frequency estimates from 1970
G Koop, S McIntyre, J Mitchell, A Poon
Journal of Applied Econometrics 35 (2), 176-197, 2020
19*2020
Personal indebtedness, spatial effects and crime
SG McIntyre, DJ Lacombe
Economics Letters 117 (2), 455-459, 2012
192012
Green in the heart or greens in the wallet? The spatial uptake of small-scale renewable technologies
GJ Allan, SG McIntyre
Energy Policy 102, 108-115, 2017
182017
A Bayesian spatial econometric analysis of the 2010 UK General Election
CD Jensen, DJ Lacombe, SG McIntyre
Papers in regional science 92 (3), 651-666, 2013
142013
UK regional nowcasting using a mixed frequency vector auto‐regressive model with entropic tilting
G Koop, S McIntyre, J Mitchell
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 2020
13*2020
Local and global spatial effects in hierarchical models
DJ Lacombe, SG McIntyre
Applied Economics Letters 23 (16), 1168-1172, 2016
132016
Hierarchical spatial econometric models in regional science
DJ Lacombe, SG McIntyre
Regional Research Frontiers-Vol. 2, 151-167, 2017
102017
Nowcasting using mixed frequency methods: an application to the Scottish economy
G Allan, G Koop, S McIntyre, P Smith
Sankhya B 81 (1), 12-45, 2019
6*2019
How accurate are forecasts of costs of energy? A methodological contribution
C Siddons, G Allan, S McIntyre
Energy Policy 87, 224-228, 2015
62015
Personal indebtedness, community characteristics and theft crimes
SG McIntyre
Urban Studies 54 (10), 2395-2419, 2017
4*2017
Drink, death, and driving: Do blood alcohol content limit reductions improve road safety?
B Cooper, M Gehrsitz, SG McIntyre
Health economics 29 (7), 841-847, 2020
22020
Computable general equilibrium modelling in regional science
GJ Allan, P Lecca, PG McGregor, SG McIntyre, JK Swales
Regional Research Frontiers-Vol. 2, 59-78, 2017
22017
Reconciled estimates and nowcasts of regional output in the UK
G Koop, S McIntyre, J Mitchell, A Poon
National Institute Economic Review 253, R44-R59, 2020
12020
Developing an electricity satellite account (ELSA): an application to Scotland, UK
GJ Allan, K Connolly, SG McIntyre
Economic Systems Research, 1-20, 2020
12020
Multi-grade Classes and Pupil Attainment
D Borbely, M Gehrsitz, S McIntyre, G Rossi, G Roy
Working Paper, 2020
12020
Nowcasting ‘True’Monthly US GDP During the Pandemic
G Koop, SG McIntyre, J Mitchell, A Poon
CAMA Working Paper, 2021
2021
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