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98/5: The Distribution of Enterprise Benefits in Russia and Their Impact on Individuals' Well-Being
A. Kolev
98/4: Inflation Targeting and the European Central Bank
Michael Artis and Zenon Kontolemis
98/3: Early News Is Good News. The Effects of Market Opening on Market Volatility
Giampiero Gallo and B. Pacini
98/2: Fiscal Solvency and Fiscal Forecasting in Europe
Michael Artis and Massimiliano Marcellino
98/1: Binary Decision Structures and the Required Detail of Information
Bauke Visser
97/36: Analysing Technical Analysis
Spyros Skouras
97/35: Managing Design Complexity, to Improve on Cost, Quality, Variety, and Time-to-Market Performance Variables
Spyros Vassilakis
97/34: Endogeneous Growth with a Declining Rate of Interest
Lavan Mahadeva
97/33: The Comparative Static Effects of Many Changes
Lavan Mahadeva
97/32: Trade Blocs and Currency Blocs: A Package Deal?
Marion Kohler
97/31: Bloc Formation in International Monetary Policy Coordination
Marion Kohler
97/30: Temporal Disaggregation, Missing Observations, Outliers, and Forecasting: A Unifying Non-Model Based Procedures
Massimiliano Marcellino
97/29: Voting and Decisions in the ECB
M. Brueckner
97/28: Central Bank Independence and Public Debt Convergence in an Open Economy Dynamic Game
P. Della Posta
97/27: Organizational Structure and Performance
Bauke Visser
97/26: Growth, technology and Inequality: An Industrial Approach
S. Garcia Cervero
97/25: A Historical Approach to American Skill Differentials
S. Garcia Cervero
97/24: Economic Growth, (Re-)Distributive Policies, Capital Mobility and Tax Competition in Open Economies
Günther Rehme
97/23: Speculative Noise Trading and Manipulation in the Foreign Exchange Market
Paolo Vitale
97/22: Are Intergovernmental Transfers in Russia Equalizing?
K. Stewart
97/21: Should Speculators be Taxed?
James Dow and Rohit Rahi
97/20: An Application of Cox's Non-Nested Test to trinomial Logit and Probit Models
Chiara Monfardini
97/19: Production and Organizational Capabilities
B. Versaevel
97/18: Multilateral Versus Bilateral Testing for Long Run Purchasing Power Parity: A Cointegration Analysis for the Greek Drachma
Dimitrios Sideris
97/17: Mutual Encompassing and Model Equivalence
M. Lu and Grayham Mizon
97/16: Likelihood Analysis of Seasonal Cointegration
Soren Johansen and Ernst Schaumburg
97/15: Granger's Representation Theorem and Multicointegration
Tom Engsted and Soren Johansen
97/14: Mathematical and Statistical Modelling of Cointegration
Soren Johansen
97/13: Public and Private Sector Wages of Male Workers in Germany
Christian Dustmann and Arthur van Soest
97/12: Can Waste Improve Welfare?
Alessandra Pelloni and Robert Waldmann
97/11: Stability Properties in a Growth Model
Alessandra Pelloni and Robert Waldmann
97/10: Coordinating European Monetary Union
B. Winkler
97/09: The Choice of the Working Sector in Italy
E. Bardasi and Chiara Monfardini
97/08: Firm Structure and Market Structure: A Case Study of the Car Industry
Sandrine Labory
97/07: Organisational Dimensions of Innovation
Sandrine Labory
97/06: Changes in Information and Optimal Debt Contracts. The Sea Loan
Y Gonzalez de Lara
97/05: Dating and Forecasting the Spanish Business Cycle
Humberto Lopez, E Ortega and Angel Ubide
97/04: Signalling Aspects of Managers' Incentives
Sandrine Labory
97/03: Informed Trading, Investment, and Welfare
James Dow and Rohit Rahi
97/02: Of Sticks and Carrots. Incentives and the Maastricht Road to EMU
B Winkler
97/01: The Expected Value of Lotto when not all Numbers are Equals
J Simon
96/37: Skill Differentials in the Long and in the Short Run. A 4-Digit SIC Level U.S. Manufacturing Study
S Garcia Cervero
96/36: Proposals for Land Consolidation and Expansion in Japan
J-M Zhou
96/35: On the Non-Stationarity of German Income Mobility (and Some Observations on Poverty Dynamics)
Christian Schluter
96/34: The Econometric Analysis of Economic Policy
Anindya Banerjee, David Hendry and Grayham Mizon
96/33: On the Efficiency of Bertrand and Cournot Competition with Incomplete Information
A Lofaro
96/32: Demand, Supply, and Animal Spirits
Humberto Lopez and Angel Ubide
96/31: The International Transmission of Shocks in an Imperfectly Competitive International Business Cycle Model
Angel Ubide
96/11: Contiguous Duration Dependence and Nonstationarity in Job Search: Some Reduced-Form Estimates
Christian Belzil
96/09: Transfers and Exchange Between Households in Central Asia
A McAuley, John Micklewright and A Coudouel
96/08: A Follow-Up Survey of Unemployment Insurance Exhausters in Hungary
John Micklewright and G Nagy
96/07: Coalitions in International Monetary Policy Games
Marion Kohler
96/05: The Evolution of Algorithmic Learning Rules: A Global Stability Result
Luca Anderlini and Hamid Sabourian
96/03: The Influence of A. W. H. Phillips on Econometrics
David Hendry and Grayham Mizon
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