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Volume 154, issue C, 2017

Intergenerational field transitions in economics pp. 1-5 Downloads
Facundo Albornoz, Antonio Cabrales, Esther Hauk and Pablo E. Warnes
Reserve prices in auctions with entry when the seller is risk-averse pp. 6-9 Downloads
Diego Moreno and John Wooders
The nonconcavity of money-metric utility: A new formulation and proof pp. 10-12 Downloads
M. Ali Khan and Edward E. Schlee
The risks of nuclear disaster and its impact on housing prices pp. 13-16 Downloads
Michihito Ando, Matz Dahlberg and Gustav Engström
Pricing and production in consumer markets where sales depend on production pp. 17-19 Downloads
Ante Farm
Discrete-response state space models with conditional heteroscedasticity: An application to forecasting the federal funds rate target pp. 20-23 Downloads
Stefanos Dimitrakopoulos and Dipak K. Dey
Estimating asset pricing models with frictions pp. 24-27 Downloads
Kevin Crotty and Alberto Teguia
Endogenous growth, semi-endogenous growth... or both? A simple hybrid model pp. 28-30 Downloads
Guido Cozzi
Do local exports impact congressional voting on free trade agreements? pp. 31-34 Downloads
Michael Malcolm
Trading mechanisms and market quality: Limit-order books versus dealership markets pp. 35-44 Downloads
Xiaochuan Xing and Yi Xue
Wagering on more than one outcome in an event in Cumulative Prospect Theory and Rank Dependent Utility pp. 45-47 Downloads
D.A. Peel
Did the Great Recession affect sex ratios at birth for groups with a son preference? pp. 48-50 Downloads
Soohyung Lee and Chiara Orsini
The effects of remand and bail on efficient sentences pp. 51-54 Downloads
Derek Pyne
Stability and auctions in labor markets with job security pp. 55-58 Downloads
Hu Fu, Robert Kleinberg, Ron Lavi and Rann Smorodinsky
Dissecting US recoveries pp. 59-63 Downloads
María Dolores Gadea, Ana Gómez-Loscos and Gabriel Perez-Quiros
Long-run welfare effect of energy conservation regulation pp. 64-68 Downloads
Toshihiro Matsumura and Atsushi Yamagishi
Black–white differences in self-rated health, 1972–2015 pp. 69-73 Downloads
Owen Thompson
Endogenous number of firms, horizontal concentration and heterogeneity of firms—A note pp. 74-76 Downloads
Markus Thomas Münter
Bank concentration and sectoral growth: Evidence from Chinese provinces pp. 77-80 Downloads
Boubacar Diallo and Qi Zhang
Polarization in strategic networks pp. 81-83 Downloads
Steven Kivinen
Punishment can support cooperation even when punishable pp. 84-87 Downloads
Tingting Fu, Yunan Ji, Kenju Kamei and Louis Putterman
Neighborhood segregation and black entrepreneurship pp. 88-91 Downloads
Eric Fesselmeyer and Kiat Ying Seah
Push, don’t nudge: Behavioral spillovers and policy instruments pp. 92-95 Downloads
d’Adda, Giovanna, Valerio Capraro and Massimo Tavoni
Efficient semiparametric estimation for Gini inequality treatment effects pp. 96-100 Downloads
Xiaofeng Lv, Rui Li and Zheng Fang
Overpricing and stake size: On the robustness of results from experimental asset markets pp. 101-104 Downloads
Martin G. Kocher, Peter Martinsson and David Schindler
Fiscal stabilization vs. passivity pp. 105-108 Downloads
Yuting Bai and Eric Leeper
Money growth and inflation: Policy lessons from a comparison of the US since 2008 with hyperinflation Germany in the 1920s pp. 109-112 Downloads
Alex Cukierman
Bias, rationality and asymmetric loss functions pp. 113-116 Downloads
Constantin Bürgi
Explicit vs implicit proprietorship: Can endowment effect theory explain exchange asymmetry? pp. 117-119 Downloads
Elias L. Khalil and Kevin Wu
Sincere voting in an electorate with heterogeneous preferences pp. 120-123 Downloads
Boris Ginzburg
Cournot vs. Bertrand under centralised bargaining pp. 124-127 Downloads
Debasmita Basak

Volume 153, issue C, 2017

Adapting to climate change: Is cooperation good for the environment? pp. 1-5 Downloads
Nahid Masoudi and Georges Zaccour
A note on k-price auctions with complete information when mixed strategies are allowed pp. 6-8 Downloads
Timothy Mathews and Jesse A. Schwartz
Are local agreements on equalization grants possible? A bargaining model with quasi-linear local preferences on local public goods pp. 9-11 Downloads
Giuseppe Di Liddo
Price vs. quantity competition in a vertically related market revisited pp. 12-14 Downloads
Debasmita Basak and Arijit Mukherjee
Coping with change: International differences in the returns to skills pp. 15-19 Downloads
Eric A. Hanushek, Guido Schwerdt, Simon Wiederhold and Ludger Woessmann
Absolute qualified majoritarianism: How does the threshold matter? pp. 20-22 Downloads
Ali Ozkes and M. Remzi Sanver
Optimal bandwidth selection for local linear estimation of discontinuity in density pp. 23-27 Downloads
Hugo Jales, Jun Ma and Zhengfei Yu
Salience, competition, and decoy goods pp. 28-31 Downloads
Fabian Herweg, Daniel Müller and Philipp Weinschenk
Distance, globalization, and international trade pp. 32-38 Downloads
Ingo Borchert and Yoto Yotov
“I” make you risk-averse: The effect of first-person pronoun use in a lottery choice experiment pp. 39-42 Downloads
Tai-Sen He
The impact of climate change on developed economies pp. 43-46 Downloads
Ding Du, Xiaobing Zhao and Ruihong Huang
Ranking equilibrium competition in auctions with participation costs pp. 47-50 Downloads
Daniel Z. Li
Market selection by boundedly-rational traders under constant returns to scale pp. 51-53 Downloads
Carlos Alós-Ferrer and Georg Kirchsteiger
Close your eyes and be nice: Deliberate ignorance behind pro-social choices pp. 54-56 Downloads
Serhiy Kandul and Ilana Ritov
Implementability, Walrasian equilibria, and efficient matchings pp. 57-60 Downloads
Piotr Dworczak and Anthony Lee Zhang
Perturbed best response dynamics in a hawk–dove game pp. 61-64 Downloads
Volker Benndorf and Ismael Martínez-Martínez
Idiosyncratic risk, the private benefits of control and investment timing pp. 65-71 Downloads
Chunhui Wen, Xin Xia and Jinqiang Yang
On the memory of products of long range dependent time series pp. 72-76 Downloads
Christian Leschinski
Acts of helping and harming pp. 77-79 Downloads
Abdolkarim Sadrieh and Marina Schröder
Information, stochastic dominance and bidding: The case of Treasury auctions pp. 80-82 Downloads
Patrick Leoni and Frederik Lundtofte
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