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Volume 60, issue November, 1998

Enrolment and Delayed Enrolment of Secondary School Age Children in Indonesia pp. 413-30
Menno Prasad Pradhan
Intergenerational Mobility in Britain: Evidence from Unemployment Patterns pp. 431-47
O'Neill, Donal and Olive Sweetman
Indexation and Wage Change Settlement: Evidence from Spanish Manufacturing Firms pp. 449-84
Sergi Jimenez-Martin
Directors' Pay and Turnover: An Application to a Sample of Large UK Firms pp. 485-507
Martin J. Conyon
Trade Union Decline and the Distribution of Wages in the UK: Evidence from Kernel Density Estimation pp. 509-28
Brian David Bell and Michael K Pitt
Market Services: Productivity Benchmarks for the UK pp. 529-51
O'Mahony, Mary, Nicholas Oulton and Jennet Vass

Volume 60, issue August, 1998

Why Are Older Pensioners Poorer? pp. 271-90
Paul Johnson and Gary Stears
The Effect of School Size on Exam Performance in Secondary Schools pp. 291-324
Steve Bradley and Jim Taylor
Maternal Labour Supply and Child Nutrition in West Africa pp. 325-55
Peter Glick and David Ezra Sahn
Estimating the Demand for Housing, Land, and Neighbourhood Characteristics pp. 357-82
Paul Charles Cheshire and Stephen Charles Sheppard
Ethnicity and Self-Employment in Britain pp. 383-407
Ken Clark and Stephen James Drinkwater

Volume 60, issue May, 1998

The Cyclicality of Markups in a Model with Adjustment Costs: Econometric Evidence for US Industry pp. 121-42
Marzio Galeotti and Fabio Schiantarelli
When Do Firms Go in for Growth by Acquisitions? pp. 143-64
Donald Andrew Hay and Guy S Liu
The Meaning and Determinants of Skills Shortages pp. 165-87
Francis Green, Stephen Machin and David Wilkinson
Changes in the Determinants of Employer-Funded Training for Full-Time Employees in Britain, 1984-1994 pp. 189-214
Michael Shields
Temporary Separations and Firm Size in the German Labour Market pp. 215-25
Kostas Mavromaras and Helmut Rudolph
Separability and Aggregate Shocks in the Life-Cycle Model of Consumption: Evidence from Spain pp. 227-47
M. Dolores Collado
Size and Power of the Error Correction Model Cointegration Test. A Bootstrap Approach pp. 249-55
Panagiotis Mantalos and Ghazi Shukur
Financial Innovation and Divisia Monetary Aggregates: Comment on Ford, Peng, Mullineux (1992) pp. 257-59
Peter Damian Spencer
The Relationship between Even History and Discrete Time Duration Models: An Application to the Analysis of Personnel Absenteeism pp. 261-65
Tim Barmby

Volume 60, issue February, 1998

The Puzzle of Jobless Growth in Indian Manufacturing pp. 5-32
Sonia Radhika Bhalotra
Potential Unemployment Benefit Duration and Spell Length: Lessons from a Quasi-Experiment in Austria pp. 33-45
Rudolf Winter-Ebmer
Union Coverage Differentials. Some Estimates for Britain Using the New Earnings Survey Panel Dataset pp. 47-77
Martyn J Andrews, David Nevin Fraser Bell and Richard Upward
Women's Employment Transitions around Child Bearing pp. 79-98
Dex, Shirley, et al
How Important Is Foreign Direct Investment? pp. 99-106
John Cantwell and Christian Bellak
The Identifiability of Independent Competing Risks Models with Multiple Spells pp. 107-16
Yoshiaki Omori

Volume 59, issue November, 1997

Testing for Unit Roots with Breaks: Evidence on the Great Crash and the Unit Root Hypothesis Reconsidered pp. 435-48
Luis C. Nunes, Paul Newbold and Chung-Ming Kuan
Separation in Cointegrated Systems and Persistent-Transitory Decompositions pp. 449-63
Clive W. J. Granger and Niels Haldrup
Transaction Costs and Non-linear Adjustment towards Equilibrium in the US Treasury Bill Market pp. 465-84
Heather M. Anderson
Productivity Growth in the UK Regions, 1968-91 pp. 485-509
Richard Ian Harris and Mary Trainor
Wages, Prices and Politics: Evidence from Norway pp. 511-22
Kåre Johansen and Bjarne Strom
Workers or Employers: Who Is Shaping Wage Inequality? pp. 523-47
Ana Rute Cardoso
Frequency Domain Tests for Residual Serial Correlation in Cointegration Regressions pp. 549-62
In Choi and Nelson C. Mark

Volume 59, issue August, 1997

Transient Jobs and Lifetime Jobs: Dualism in the British Labour Market pp. 309-28
Simon Burgess and Hedley Rees
Benefit Transfers in Italy: An Empirical Study of Mobility Lists in the Milan Area pp. 329-47
Giorgio Brunello and Raffaele Miniaci
Aggregate Investment in South Africa: A Model with Implications for Political Reform pp. 349-69
David Fielding
United States Trade Balance Announcements: The Nature of Its Data Revisions pp. 371-83
Sucharita Ghosh
Specification and Testing of Markov Chain Models: An Application to Convergence in the European Union pp. 385-403
Bernard Fingleton
Short-Run Dynamics in Cointegrated Systems pp. 405-22
Tommaso Proietti
Estimating Nested Count Data Models pp. 423-30
Atanu Saha and Diangsheng Dong

Volume 59, issue May, 1997

Cities, Borders, Distances, Non-traded Goods and Purchasing Power Parity pp. 203-13
Michael A Jenkins
Regional Migration in Spain: The Effect of Personal Characteristics and of Unemployment, Wage and House Price Differentials Using Pooled Cross-Sections pp. 215-35
Pablo Antolin and Olympia Bover
Conditional Demands and Marginal Tax Reform pp. 237-55
David Madden
A Simple Measure of Beta-Convergence pp. 257-64
Gerard Eugene Boyle and T G McCarthy
Non-parametric Regression Models of Deviations from Orthogonality in the Expectations Theory of the Term Structure pp. 265-84
Bryan Campbell and John W. Galbraith
Monte Carlo Evidence on Cointegration and Causation pp. 285-98
Hector O Zapata and Alicia N. Rambaldi
The Limiting Distribution of Post-sample Stability Tests for GMM Estimation When the Potential Break Date Is Unknown pp. 299-303
Jonathan H. Wright

Volume 59, issue February, 1997

Measuring Real and Nominal Macroeconomic Shocks and Their International Transmission under Different Monetary Systems pp. 5-27
Donald Robertson and Michael R. Wickens
A Reconciliation of Some Paradoxical Empirical Results on the Expectations Model of the Term Structure pp. 29-42
John Driffill, Zacharias Psaradakis and Martin Sola
Exchange Rates, Non-traded Goods and the Terms of Trade: An Empirical Application for New Zealand pp. 43-67
Eric Hansen and Michael Mercier Hutchison
Public and Private Investment and the Growth Process in Developing Countries pp. 69-88
Mohsin Khan and Manmohan S Kumar
Investment Irreversibility and Finance Constraints pp. 89-108
Pasquale Scaramozzino
On Labour Market Policies and Aggregate Unemployment Outflows pp. 109-31
Eric Dor, Bruno Van der Linden and Maritza Lopez-Novella
The Variation in Wage Rigidity by Occupation and Union Status in the US pp. 133-47
Carl M. Campbell
Non-linearities in Electricity Demand and Temperature: Parametric versus Non-parametric Methods pp. 149-62
Andrew Henley and John Douglas Peirson
A Reduced Rank Regression Approach to Tests of Asset Pricing pp. 163-81
Michele Costa, Attilio Gardini and Paolo Paruolo
Orthogonality Tests in Linear Models pp. 183-86
Seung C. Ahn
Structural Breaks in Error Correction Models pp. 187-92
Eskil Heinesen
Technological Interrelatedness Does Imply Autoregressive Interrelatedness--A Note pp. 193-97
H P Witzke
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