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92-07: CES Transaction Functions in Macroeconomic Rationing Models
Eskil Heinesen
92-06: A Note on Strongly Renegotiation-Proof Equilibria
Christian Schultz
92-05: The One-Deviation Principle for Sequential Rationality
: Hendon, : Ebbe, Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Birgitte Sloth
92-04: Identification of the Long-Run and the Short-Run Structure: An Application to the ISLM Model
Soren Johansen and Katarina Juselius
92-03: Multivariate Tests of a Continuous Time Equilibrium Arbitrage Pricing Theory with Conditional Heteroskedasticity and Jumps
Mun Sing Ho, William Robert Maurice Perraudin and Bent E. Sorensen
92-02: Economic and Monetary Union: Critical Notes on the Maastricht Treaty Revisions
Niels Thygesen
92-01: A Divisia Money Demand Analysis for Denmark: An Application of the "Johansen-procedure" for Estimating Multivariate Cointegrated Systems
Lisbeth Funding la Cour
91-23: Common Agency and Decision Making: A Note on Existence
Torben Tranaes
91-22: Input Measures of Technical Efficiency: An Axiomatization
Flemming Christensen and Jens Leth Hougaard
91-21: Comparative Properties of ADAM and the Treasury Model
Per Callesen
91-20: Labor Supply and the Equilibrium Rate of Unemployment
Troels Østergaard Sørensen
91-19: On Price Discrimination by Rationing
Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Christian Schultz
91-18: Long-run Relations in Australian Monetary Data
Katarina Juselius
91-17: Voting over the Partition of a Pie
Birgitte Sloth
91-16: On the Effectiveness of Economic Policy when Competition is Imperfect and Expectations are Rational
Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Christian Schultz
91-15: On the Duality between Long-run Relations and Common Trends in an Empirical Analysis of Aggregate Money Holdings
Katarina Juselius
91-14: On the Design of Experiments when Data are Collected by Passive Observation
Katarina Juselius
91-13: Renegotiation in Repeated Cournot-Duopoly
John Driffill and Christian Schultz
91-12: Decreasing Unemployment Increases Welfare
Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Christian Schultz
91-11: Figure 4. Manuscript for Lecture at Festkolloquium for Gérard Debreu, July 4, 1991
Karl Vind
91-10: Distribution of Economic Resources: Implications of Including the Household Production
Jens Bonke
91-09: Convergence of Preferences, Proposals, and Prospects
Hans Aage
91-08: The Baltic Republics
Hans Aage
91-07: A Kernel Variant for General Cooperative Games: Characterization Results
Flemming Christensen
91-06: A Decentralized Ramsey Growth Model with a Monopoly Union
Lars Haagen Pedersen and Peter Stephensen
91-05: Domestic and Foreign Effects on Prices in an Open Economy
Katarina Juselius
91-04: The Never Ending Controversy: Agrarian and Industrial Productivity Growth in Britain 1750-1860
Karl Gunnar Persson
91-03: A Note on the Sustainability of Primary Budget Deficits
Søren Bo Nielsen
91-02: Bayesian Analysis II: Applications to Danish Data
Y. P. Gupta
91-01: On the Nucleolus of General Cooperative Games
Flemming Christensen
90-22: Toward a Theory of Path Perfectness: Anticipated Behavior in Games of Perfect Information
Torben Tranaes
90-21: Additive Utility Functions and Other Special Functions in Economic Theory
Karl Vind and Birgit Grodal
90-20: A Learning Process for Games
Ebbe Hendon, Hans Jørgen Jacobsen, Michael Teit Nielsen and Birgitte Sloth
90-19: Common Knowledge of Price and Expected Cost in an Oligopolistic Market
Lars Tyge Nielsen
90-18: Bargaining Sets with Small Coalitions
Ulla Schjødt and Birgitte Sloth
90-17: Temporary Layoffs and Unemployment Insurance: A Supply side Macro Model
Troels Østergaard Sørensen
90-16: Non-Cooperative Models of Voting
Birgitte Sloth
90-15: Macroeconomic Policy and the External Constraint: The Danish Experience
Søren Bo Nielsen and Jørgen Søndergaard
90-14: Statistical Engel Curves, Income Distributions and the "Law of Demand"
Birgit Grodal and Werner Hildenbrand
90-13: Temporary Layoffs and Unemployment Insurance
Troels Østergaard Sørensen
90-12: Undominated Wage Rates in a Unionized Overlapping Generations Economy
Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Christian Schultz
90-11: Long-run Relations in a Well Defined Statistical Model for the Data Generating Process. Cointegration Analysis of the PPP and the UIP Relations
Katarina Juselius
90-10: Asymmetric Information and Price Stickiness in Imperfectly Competitive Markets
Torben M. Andersen and Morten Hviid
90-09: Why Political Uncertainty May Paralyze the Housing Market
Henrik Dan Lando and Michael Teit Nielsen
90-08: Two Characterizations of Bargaining Sets
Karl Vind
90-07: Does Imperfect Competition Imply Pareto Inefficiency?
Lars Haagen Pedersen and Peter Stephensen
90-06: Functions of Matrices with Non-Negative Entries
Frank Hansen
90-05: Some Structural Hypotheses in a Multivariate Cointegration Analysis of the Purchasing Power Parity and the Uncovered Interest Parity for UK
Soren Johansen and Katarina Juselius
90-04: On the Welfare Gains From International Fiscal Coordination
Peter Birch Sørensen
90-03: A Characterization of Strongly Implementable Social Choice Correspondences
Peter Fristrup and Hans Keiding
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