Sophie van Huellen
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A Revolution in 140 Characters? Reflecting on the Role of Social Networking Technologies in the 2009 Iranian Post‐Election Protests
PS Mueller, S Van Huellen
Policy & Internet 4 (3-4), 184-205, 2012
20*2012
How financial investment distorts food prices: evidence from US grain markets
S Van Huellen
Agricultural Economics 49 (2), 171-181, 2018
82018
How credible are shrinking wage elasticities of married women labour supply?
D Qin, S Van Huellen, QC Wang
Econometrics 4 (1), 1, 2016
42016
Excess volatility or volatile fundamentals?: the impact of financial speculation on commodity markets and implications for cocoa farmers in Ghana
S Van Huellen
SOAS University of London, 2015
42015
Commodities Super-Cycle: Implications for South Asia
M Nissanke, S van Huellen
42012
Commodity exporter’s vulnerabilities in times of COVID-19: the case of Ghana
NA Asante-Poku, S van Huellen
Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du …, 2020
32020
Too much of a good thing? Speculative effects on commodity futures curves
S Van Huellen
Journal of Financial Markets 47, 100480, 2020
32020
Compulsory schooling and returns to education: A re-examination
S van Huellen, D Qin
Econometrics 7 (3), 36, 2019
32019
What happens to wage elasticities when we strip playometrics? Revisiting married women labour supply model
D Qin, S van Huellen, QC Wang
Department of Economics, SOAS, University of London, UK Working Papers, 2014
32014
New Model Framework for a Principled Assessment of Selection Bias: Case Study on Labour Supply
D Qin, S van Huellen, R Elshafie, Y Liu, T Moraitis
Available at SSRN 3627068, 2020
2*2020
Approaches to Price Formation in Financialized Commodity Markets
S van Huellen
Journal of Economic Surveys 34 (1), 219-237, 2020
22020
Modelling opportunity cost effects in money demand due to openness
S van Huellen, D Qin, S Lu, H Wang, QC Wang, T Moraitis
International Journal of Finance & Economics, 2019
22019
Price discovery in commodity futures and cash markets with heterogeneous agents
S van Huellen
Journal of International Money and Finance 95, 1-13, 2019
22019
Flankierende Ansätze zur Verbesserung der Markttransparenz und Bekämpfung von Marktmissbrauch im Rohstoffterminhandel
T Heidorn, S van Huellen, Y Loayza-Desfontaines, J Riedler, C Schmaltz, ...
ZEW, 2014
22014
Potential for Upgrading in Financialised Agri-food Chains: The Case of Ghanaian Cocoa
S van Huellen, FM Abubakar
The European Journal of Development Research 33 (2), 227-252, 2021
12021
Algorithmic modelling of financial conditions for macro predictive purposes: Pilot application on the USA
D Qin, S van Huellen, Q Wang, T Moraitis
SOAS Department of Economics Working Paper Series, 2018
12018
Why Ghana doesn’t get the full value of its cocoa beans–and how this could change
S van Huellen, FM Abubakar
The Conversation, 2021
2021
How commodity exporting countries like Ghana have been hit by COVID-19
S van Huellen, NA Asante-Poku
The Conversation, 2021
2021
Designing for differences: aligning incentives in Tanzania’s skills sector
A Andreoni, S van Huellen, L Katera, C Jahari
2020
Regional developmentalism in West Africa: The case for commodity-based industrialisation through regional cooperation in the cocoa-chocolate sector
J Bashi Rudahindwa, S van Huellen
SOAS Department of Economics Working Paper No. 239, 2020
2020
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