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Volume 66, issue Supplement, 1998

Applying Academic Research on Monetary Policy Rules: An Exercise in Translational Economics pp. 1-16
John Taylor
Savings-Investment Correlations: Transitory versus Permanent pp. 17-38
Lucio Sarno and Mark Taylor
The Effects of Goods and Financial Market Integration on Macroeconomic Volatility pp. 39-61
Ozge Senay
Export Performance and the Role of Foreign Direct Investment pp. 62-88
Nigel Pain and Katharine Wakelin
The Information Content of the Gilt-Equity Yield Ratio pp. 89-101
Eric J Levin and Robert Wright
Investment Facing Credit Rationing pp. 102-15
Jean-Bernard Chatelain

Volume 66, issue December, 1998

Lorenz Domination, Utilitarian Deprivation Rule and Equal Sacrifice Principle pp. 521-31
Satya Chakravarty and Diganta Mukherjee
Exchange Rate Policy When the Labour Market Exhibits Hysteresis pp. 532-49
Frank Barry
Monetary Regimes as Insurance Schemes. Old Wine in New Bottles? pp. 550-70
Marco Lossani, Piergiovanna Natale and Patrizio Tirelli
A Note on the Role of Ambiguity in a Monetary Policy Game pp. 571-80
Vincenzo Denicolo'
James Anderson, Development Economist: A Cautionary Tale pp. 581-606
J M Alec Gee

Volume 66, issue September, 1998

Does Central Bank Independence Smooth the Political Business Cycle in Inflation? Some OECD Evidence pp. 377-95
Kaddour Hadri, Ben Lockwood and John Maloney
John Elliot Cairnes and the 'Rehabilitation' of the Classical Wage Fund Doctrine pp. 396-417
Mark Donoghue
Policy Regimes and the Persistence of Wage Inflation and Unemployment pp. 418-38
Robert Anderton
Expectations and Monetary Policy: A Historical Perspective pp. 439-52
Filippo Cesarano
Laws on Long-Term Prices pp. 453-65
Christian Bidard
Dynamic Effects of Trade Liberalization and Currency Overvaluation under Conditions of Increasing Returns pp. 466-89
Jaime Ros and Peter Skott
The Variance of UK GDP: Reduced Form Estimates under Fixed and Floating Exchange Rate Regimes pp. 490-506
Seung Woo Choi and Simon Price

Volume 66, issue June, 1998

Adjustment Asymmetries and Hysteresis in Simple Dynamic Models pp. 283-301
Mark Setterfield
Modelling the Macroeconomic Policy Framework for an Emerging Market Economy pp. 302-30
Christopher Green and Victor Murinde
Regional Insurance against Asymmetric Shocks: An Empirical Study for the European Community pp. 331-53
Juergen von Hagen and George Hammond
Interest Rate Control in a Model of Monetary Policy pp. 354-75
Spencer Dale and Andrew Haldane

Volume 66, issue March, 1998

Intertemporal Preferences, Imperfect Competition and Effective Fiscal Intervention pp. 159-77
Hassan Molana
Partisan Business and Budget Cycles with Separate Fiscal and Monetary Authorities pp. 178-95
Gulcin Ozkan
An Empirical Model of Pricing, Market Share and Market Conduct: An Application to Import Competition in US Manufacturing pp. 196-221
Chris Allen
Diagnostic Checks for Single-Equation Error-Correction and Autoregressive Distributed Lag Models pp. 222-37
W J Gerrard and Leslie Godfrey
On Keynesian Theories of Liquidity Preference pp. 238-73
Jorg Bibow

Volume 66, issue January, 1998

Graphical Methods for Investigating the Size and Power of Hypothesis Tests pp. 1-26
Russell Davidson and James MacKinnon
Interest Rates in Germany and the UK: Cointegration and Error Correction Models pp. 27-43
Keith Cuthbertson, Simon Hayes and Dirk Nitzsche
Exchange Rate Misalignments and Adjustments: Implications for Floating and Fixed Parity Systems pp. 44-58
Simon Parker
The Essence of the Modern Corporation: Markets, Strategic Decision-Making and the Theory of the Firm pp. 59-86
Keith Cowling and Roger Sugden
Effects of Futures Trading on the Spot Market Bid-Ask Spread pp. 87-99
Silvia Gerber and Peter Simmons
Means-Tested versus Universal Transfers: Alternative Models and Value Judgements pp. 100-117
John Creedy
Linear-Quadratic Solution Methods to Non-linear Stochastic Models: A Note pp. 118-27
Maurice Roche

Volume 65, issue Supplement, 1997

Two Factors along the Yield Curve pp. 1-31
Fangxiong Gong and Eli Remolona
A Two-Factor Model of the U.K. Yield Curve pp. 32-58
James Steeley
Stochastic Money Demand and the Inflation-Uncertainty Relationship pp. 59-68
Dennis Powers
How Is Investment Financed? A Study of Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States pp. 69-93
Jenny Corbett and Tim Jenkinson
Continental Drift: European Integration and the Location of U.K. Foreign Direct Investment pp. 94-117
Nigel Pain
Stock Return Volatility on Emerging Eastern European Markets pp. 118-38
K Shields

Volume 65, issue December, 1997

Voluntary Export Restraints, Dumping and Excess Capacity pp. 499-512
Roberto Marchionatti and Stefano Usai
Voters' Tax-Price Perceptions and the Provision of Government Non-marketed Goods pp. 513-33
Norman Gemmell
Differential Profit Rates and Convergence to the Natural State pp. 534-67
Partha Ganguli
Privately Financed Capital in Public Services pp. 568-98
David Heald
On the Proper Use of Ordinal Variables--A Comment pp. 599-601
Peter Skott
On the Proper Use of Ordinal Variables--Reply pp. 602-03
Derek Leslie

Volume 65, issue September, 1997

Decentralized Fiscal Policy in an Imperfectly Competitive Federal Economy pp. 353-78
Marta Aloi and Michele Santoni
Business Conditions and Speculative Assets pp. 379-93
Angela Black, Patricia Fraser and Ronald MacDonald
The Extent of Departures from Debt Neutrality When Future Income Is Uncertain pp. 394-410
James Pemberton
Inflation: Too Much Money or Too Much Credit? pp. 411-26
Kent Matthews and Christos Ioannidis
The Evolution of U.K. Self-Employment: A Study of Government Policy and the Role of the Macroeconomy pp. 427-42
Marc Cowling and Peter Mitchell
Profit-Rate Equalization in the Kalecki-Steindl Model and the "Over-Determination" Problem pp. 443-51
Amitava Dutt
John Maynard Keynes and the French Connection pp. 452-65
Pascal Bridel and John Presley
Inheritance, Steady-State Consumption Inequality, and the Lifetime Earnings Process pp. 466-76
Mark Wilhelm

Volume 65, issue June, 1997

Chaotic Behaviour in a Simple Model of Inflation pp. 235-43
David Chappell
Wage Profiles: Shape and Variations pp. 244-58
Kazuhiro Arai
Fiscal Policy and the Masstricht Solvency Criteria pp. 259-79
Ray Barrell and James Sefton
On the Optimal Government Size in Europe: Theory and Empirical Evidence pp. 280-94
Georgios Karras
Expected Aggregate Demand, the Production Period and the Keynesian Theory of Aggregate Supply pp. 295-309
Thomas Palley
How Do Public Investment and Financial Factors Affect Growth in a Debt-Overhang Economy? pp. 310-27
Bruno Amable and Jean-Bernard Chatelain
Returns to Scale, Externalities and the Choice of Techniques pp. 328-41
Sergio Parrinello

Volume 65, issue March, 1997

Financial Constraints, Aggregate Supply, and the Monetary Transmission Mechanism pp. 101-26
Domenico Delli Gatti and Mauro Gallegati
Quasi-rational Search under Incomplete Information: Some Evidence from Experiments pp. 127-44
David Butler and Graham Loomes
Traverse in a Two-Sector Kaleckian Model of Growth with Target-Return Pricing pp. 145-69
Marc Lavoie and Pablo Ramirez-Gaston
Can Insider-Outsider Theories Explain the Persistence of Unemployment? An Econometric Study of Two British Industries pp. 170-91
Gail C Mulvey
Unit Roots and British Industrial Growth, 1923-92 pp. 192-212
David Greasley and Les Oxley
Idiosyncratic Features of Kalecki's Pricing Models pp. 213-30
John D Carson

Volume 65, issue January, 1997

Core ERM Money Demand and Effects on Inflation pp. 1-24
Marcel Cassard, Timothy D Lane and Paul Masson
Real Interest Rates and Index-Linked Gilts pp. 25-43
Donald Robertson and James Symons
Common Stochastic Trends and Convergence of European Union Stock Markets pp. 44-57
Apostolos Serletis and Martin King
Adverse Selection and the Market for Building Society Mortgage Finance pp. 58-70
Leigh Drake and Mark Holmes
The Demand for Money in Greece: Further Empirical Results and Policy Implications pp. 71-89
Athanasios Papadopoulos and George Zis
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