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95-18: A Component® based Analysis of the danish Long-run Money Demand Relation
Lisbeth la Cour
95-17: Despotic Liberalism and the Decline of Grain Market Regulation in Europe 1760-1850
Karl Gunnar Persson
95-16: Danish Balance of Payments Support
Finn Tarp and Mads Váczy Kragh
95-15: A Simple Macroeconomic Framework for South Africa
Peter Brixen and Finn Tarp
95-14: Rational Belief Structures and Rational Belief Equilibrium
Carsten Nielsen
95-13: Indexation, Contract Length, and the Cost of Disinflation in Economies with Extreme Inflation
Karsten Staehr
95-12: Worker Flows and Job Flows in Danish Manufacturing, 1980-91
Karsten Albæk and Bent Sorensen
95-11: Optimal Exploitation of a Biomass Confronted with the Threat of Partial Extinction
Erik Schroder Amundsen and Trond Bjorndal
95-10: Allocations Dynamically Implemented in Renegotiation Proof Equilibrium
Hans Keiding
95-09: NASH Equilibrium in Lower Probabilities
Ebbe Hendon, Hans Jorgen Jacobsen, Birgitte Sloth and Torben Tranaes
95-08: Adaptive Learning in Extensive Form Games and Sequential Equilibrium
Ebbe Hendon, Hans Jorgen Jacobsen and Birgitte Sloth
95-07: Profit Maximization, Relative Prices, and the Maximization of Shareholders' Real Wealth
Egbert Dierker and Birgit Grodal
95-06: Decentralized Trade in a Small Market: The Possibility of Resale
Ebbe Hendon and Torben Tranaes
95-05: Public Policy and Economic Growth in an Imperfectly Competitive World of Interdependent Economies
Keith Blackburn and Lill Hansen
95-04: Economic Properties and Expectations. How the Process of Learning Develops by Selection
Jan Gunnarsson
95-03: Common Trends Analysis of Danish Unemployment
Henrik Hansen and Anders Warne
95-02: Labour Unions, Capital Accumulation, and the Natural Rate of Unemployment
Claus Thustrup Hansen
95-01: Wages and Employment in a Repeated Game with Revenue Fluctuations Downloads
Christian Schultz
94-16: Modelling Exchange Rates in Continuous Time: Theory, Estimation and Option Pricing
William Perraudin and Bent Sorensen
94-15: Profit Maximization Mitigates Competition
Egbert Dierker and Birgit Grodal
94-14: Taxation, Pollution, Unemployment and Growth: Could there be a "Triple Dividend" from a Green Tax Reform?
Peter Birch Sørensen, Lars Haagen Pedersen and Søren Nielsen
94-13: A Critical Examination of Target Zones and Reflections on the EMS Experience
Niels Thygesen
94-12: On the Foundations of Nash Equilibrium
Hans Jørgen Jacobsen
94-11: Optimal Labor Contracts May Exhibit Wage Fluctuations Due to Wage Discrimination
Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Christian Schultz
94-10: Allocating Durable Goods Through a First-Come Rule or Through Individual Ownership
Henrik Lando
94-09: Unemployment and Policy Neutrality under Competition
Torben Tranaes
94-08: The Dual Class Share System and the Market for Corporate Control
Henrik Lando
94-07: Integration and Deregulation of European Grain Markets, 1500-1900
Karl Gunnar Persson
94-06: Fictitious Play in Extensive Form Games
Ebbe Hendon, Hans Jørgen Jacobsen and Birgitte Sloth
94-05: Reputation for Honesty in Repeated Games with One Long Run Player
Christian Schultz
94-04: Signalling to Competing Retailers: Receiver Discretion and Adverse Selection
Svend Albæk and Per Overgaard
94-03: Constancy of Structural Long-Run Relations in a Cointegrated VAR Model of Export Pricing
Hans Christian Kongsted
94-02: Uniqueness in Two-type Signalling Games: Finite Response Sets vs. Continuum Response Sets
Svend Albæk and Per Overgaard
94-01: Developing Country Debt in the 1990s: Is the Crisis Over?
Peter Hjertholm
93-16: Polarization and Inefficient Policies
Christian Schultz
93-15: The Politics of Persuasion when Voters are Rational
Christian Schultz
93-14: Do Purchasing Power Parity and Uncovered Interest Rate Parity Hold in the Long Run? - An Example of Likelihood in a Multivariate Time-Series Model
Katarina Juselius
93-13: Keynesian-Monetarist Dynamics and the Corridor
Christian Groth
93-12: Perfect Competition or the Core
Karl Vind
93-11: Total Factor Productivity Growth in English Agriculture, 1250-1450
: Karl Gunnar : Persson
93-10: A Macroeconomic Rationing Model Estimated by Cointegration Techniques and Generalized Method of Moments
Eskil Heinesen
93-09: Does the Allais Paradox Contradict the Independence Axiom? Experimental Reconsiderations
: Ebbe : Hendon, Hans Jørgen Jacobsen, Birgitte Sloth and Torben Tranaes
93-08: Decentralized Trade with Bargaining and Voluntary Matching
: Ebbe : Hendon, Birgitte Sloth and Torben Tranaes
93-07: Household Production and National Accounts
Jens Bonke
93-06: Some Determinants of Insider Power in the Labor Market
Henrik Lando
93-05: VAR Modelling and Haavelmo's Probability Approach to Macroeconomic Modelling
Katarina Juselius
93-04: The Product of Capacities and Belief Functions
: Ebbe : Hendon, Hans Jørgen Jacobsen, Birgitte Sloth and Torben Tranaes
93-03: A Forecast Model for Unemployment by Education
Torben Tranaes, Nils Nils Groes and Anders Holm
93-02: Conditional Preferences of a Savage Agent Who Satisfies Savage-Independence and is Consistent with a von Neumann-Morgenstern Agent
Anders Borglin
93-01: The Dual-Class Share System and the Allocation of Control over Time
Henrik Lando
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