Inevitably, there are some miscellaneous bits and pieces accumulated over the years.

Articles

“The Uselessness of Useful Research and the Usefulness of Useless Research.” (M. Learmonth, A. Lockett and K. Dowd) British Journal of Management, Vol. 23, 2012, pp. 33-44.

“Qualitative Dimensions in Finance and Risk Management Research.”  Pp. 507-521 in C. G. Humphrey and W. J. Lee (eds) The Real Life Guide to Accounting Research: A Behind-the-Scenes View of Using Qualitative Research Methods.  Elsevier: Amsterdam. 2004.

“The Optimal Extraction of a Privately Owned Renewable Resource.” (D. Chappell and K. Dowd) The Mathematical Scientist, Vol. 27, No. 2, December 2002, pages 75-79.

“The Optimal Monopolistic Extraction of a Durable Natural Resource.” (D. Chappell and K. Dowd) Greek Economic Review, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Spring 2001), pages 53-61.

“The ‘Battle of the Systems’: A Comment on Tilly.” Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol. 154, No. 1, March 1998, pp. 39-43. 

“Costly Verification and Banking.”  Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 48, October 1996, pp. 601-17. 

No Problem! An Economic Perspective on Smoking.  Report prepared for FOREST, London, March 1993, 12 pp.

“Optimal Financial Contracts.”  Oxford Economic Papers, Vol. 44, October 1992, pp. 672-693.

“The Myths of Anti-Smoking.” Economic Affairs, 11, No. 4, June 1991, pp. 22-24. [Abridged and translated as “E se li lasciassimo fumare?” In Mondo Economico, 18th January 1992, pp. 60-61.]

“Richard Stone.” In B. S. Katz (ed.) Nobel Laureates in Economic Science: A Bibliographical Dictionary, New York and London: Garland Publishing, 1989, pp. 294-304.