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147: Trade Liberalization in a Dynamic Setting: Implications of a Now WTO Round
Warwick J. McKibbin
145: Forecasting the World Economy Using Dynamic Intertemporal General Equilibrium Multi-Country Models
Warwick J. McKibbin
135: Reducing Coal Subsidies and Trade Barriers: Their Contribution to Greenhouse Gas Abatement
Warwick J. McKibbin and Kym Anderson
134: Regional and Multiregional Trade Liberalization: The Effects on Trade, Investment and Welfare
Warwick J. McKibbin
133: The North Korean Economy: Collapse, Stasis or Reform?
H. Smith
131: The Macroeconomic Experience of Japan Since 1990: An Emprirical Investigation
Warwick J. McKibbin
130: Rapid Economic Growth in China: Implications for the World Economy
Warwick J. McKibbin and Yiping Huang
129: The Transmission of Productivity and Investment Shocks in the Asia Pacific Region
Warwick J. McKibbin
127: Alternative Rules for Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy in New Zealand: A Priminary Assessment of Stabilization Properties
Ralph C. Bryant
126: Central Bank Independence, Fiscal Responsability, and the Goals of Macroeconomic Policy: An American Perspective of the New Zealand Experience
Ralph C. Bryant
125: Minimum Wages and Poverty in Developing Countries: Some Empirical Evidence
Nora Lustig and Darryl McLeod
124: Alternative Specifications of Intertemporal Fiscal Policy in a Small Theoretical Model
Ralph C. Bryant and L. Zhang
123: Intertemporal Fiscal Policy in Macro-Economic Models: Introduction and Major Alternatives
Ralph C. Bryant and L. Zhang
122: Quantifying APEC Trade Libralization: A Dynamic Analysis
Warwick J. McKibbin
121: Global Economic Prospects: Medium Term Projections and Structural Change
P. Bagnoli, Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
120: The Impact on the Asia-Pacific Region of Fiscal Policy in the United States and Japan
Warwick J. McKibbin and T.J. Bok
119: Which Monetary Regime for Europe? A Quantitative Evaluation
Warwick J. McKibbin and T.J. Bok
118: The Theoretical and Empirical Structure of the G-Cubed Model
Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
117: Environmental Policy and International Trade
Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
116: Economic Implications of Greenhouse Gas Policy
Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
115: Accounting for Differences in Economic Growth
Barry P. Bosworth, S.M. Collins and Yu-chin Chen
114: The Mexican Peso Crisis: The Foreseeable and the Surprise
Nora Lustig
113: Prospects for Savings and Investment in Industrial Countries
Barry P. Bosworth
112: Economic Integration: Conflict versus Cohesion
S.M. Collins
111: The 'Exchange Rate Premium', Undurcover Interest Parity, and the Treatment of Exchange Rates in Multicountry Macroeconomic Models
Ralph C. Bryant
110: The Global Economic Consequences of the Uruguay Round
Warwick J. McKibbin and D. Salvatore
100: Fiscal Deficit Reduction: An Avaluation of Alternatives
Warwick J. McKibbin and P. Bagnoli
99: The Impact on the World Economy of reduction in Military Expenditures and Military Arms Exports
Warwick J. McKibbin and S.S. Thuman
98: G-Cubec: A Dynamic Multi-Sector General Equilibrium Model of the Global economy (Quantifying the Cost of Curbing CO2 Emissions)
Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
97: The Global Costs of Policies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Warwick J. McKibbin and Peter J Wilcoxen
96: Dynamism of japanese Manufacturing: Evidence from the Postwar Period
K. Ohno
95: North-South Macroeconomic Interactions: Comparative Analysis Using the Multimod and Intermode Global Models
C.C. Soludo
94: Trade Policy, Industrialization and Productivity Growth: The Case of Peru
C.E. Paredes
93: Short Run Implications of Long Run Shoks: Lessons from the 19980 and the 1999s
Warwick J. McKibbin
92: The Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region of Coordination of Macroeconomic Policies in the OECD
Warwick J. McKibbin and M.W. Sundberg
91: Do we Face a Global Shortage of Capital?
R. Solomon
90: Toward the Integrated Equilibrium
H. Iwaki
89: The New Europe and its Economic Implications for the World Economy
Warwick J. McKibbin
88: Latin America's Integration into the World Economy: the Choices Ahead
W. Fritsch
87: An Analysis of Japanese Trade with developing Countries
Robert Zachary Lawrence
86: The Australian Economy from the Global Perspective
Warwick J. McKibbin and E.S. Siegloff
85: Poverty Indices and Poverty Orderings: An Application to Mixico
N. Lusting
84: Model Representations of Japanese Monetary Policy
Ralph C. Bryant
83: The Global Deline in saving: Some International Comparisons
Bosworth and B.
82: The International Monetary System in Perspective
R. Salomon
81: SOME GLOBAL MACROECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF GERMAN UNIFICATION
Warwick J. McKibbin
80: MACROECONOMIC LINKAGES BETWEEN THE OECD AND THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION
Warwick J. McKibbin and M.W. Sundberg
79: U.S. TRADE POLICY IN THE 1990S: THE CASE FOR RULES-BASED MULTILATERALISM
Robert Zachary Lawrence
78: THE MCKIBBIN-SACHS GLOBAL (MSG) MODEL
Warwick J. McKibbin and J.D. Sachs
77: EXCHANGE RATE REGIMES, THE REAL EXCHANGE RATE AND THE EXPORT PERFORMANCE IN LATIN AMERICA
C.E. Paredes
76: THE EVOLUTION OF THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM: WHERE NEXT?
Ralph C. Bryant
75: THE IMPACT OF THE ECONOMIC CRISIS ON LIVING STANDARDS IN MEXICO: 1982- 1985
Nora Lustig
74: AN OVERVIEW OF THE INTERNATIONAL DEBT CRISIS
R. Solomon
73: FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKETS AND TARGET ZONES
G. Holtham
72: THE WORLD ECONOMY FROM 1979 TO 1988: RESULTS FROM THE MSG2 MODEL
Warwick J. McKibbin
71: U.S. EXTERNAL ADJUSTMENT: PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS
W.L. Helkie and P. Hooper
70: RECENT TRNEDS IN PRIVATE SAVING
Barry P. Bosworth
69: THE DECLINE IN U.S. NET FOREIGN SAVING
P. Hooper
68: DOMESTIC AND CROSS-BORDER CONSEQUENCES OF U.S. MACROECONOMIC POLICIES
Ralph C. Bryant, John F. Helliwell and P. Hooper
67: MACROECONOMIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN: AN INTERIM REPORT ON THE EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
Ralph C. Bryant
66: AMERICAN LIVING STANDARDS: THE INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION
Robert Zachary Lawrence
65: EXCHANGE RATES AND U.S. EXTERNAL ADJUSTMENT IN THE SHORT RUN AND THE LONG RUN
P. Hooper
64: SAVINGS, INVESTMENT AND INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL FLOWS
Linda L. Tesar
63: THE U.S. EXTERNAL DEFICIT: AN UPDATE
Ralph C. Bryant
15: Globalization and Redistribution: Feasible Egalitarianism in a Competitive World
S. Bowles
14: Stuck in the Tunnel: Is Globalization Muddling the Middle Class?
Nancy Birdsall, C. Graham and S. Pettinato
12: Effets of Interaction Topology and Activation Regime in several Multi-Agent System
Robert L. Axtell
9: The Emergence of Classes in a Multi-Agent Bargaining Model
Robert L. Axtell, J.M. Epstein and H. Peyton Young
8: Should the Cost-of-Leaving Index Provide the Conceptual Framework for a Consumer Price Index?
J.E. Triplett
6: Learning To Be Thoughtless: Social Norms and Individual Computation
J.M. Epstein
5: Education: The People's Asset
Nancy Birdsall
2: Diffusion in Social Networks
H. Peyton Young
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