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00-11: Redistribution, Fiscal Competition, and the Politics of Economic Integration Downloads
Anke Kessler, Christoph Lülfesmann and Gordon Myers
00-10: Regarding Fishery Aspects of the Nisga'a Final Agreement Downloads
Parzival Copes
00-09: The Need for Balance in Canada's Fisheries Policy Downloads
Parzival Copes
00-08: Sharing the Fishery Resources of the North Pacific for Mutual Advantage: Toward an International Management Regime Downloads
Parzival Copes
00-07: From Foraging to Agriculture Downloads
Nicolas Marceau and Gordon Myers
00-06: Do Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Immigration Flows and Cultural Clustering in Host Countries Downloads
Dominique Gross and Nicolas Schmitt
00-05: Tax Evasion and Trust Downloads
Robin Boadway, Nicolas Marceau and Steeve Mongrain
00-04: Endogenous Vertical Restraints in International Trade Downloads
Horst Raff and Nicolas Schmitt
00-03: Allocating Control Over Firms: Stock Markets Versus Membership Markets Downloads
Gregory Dow
00-02: Experience Rating: Insurance Versus Efficiency Downloads
Steeve Mongrain
99-12: Estimating Correlated Diffusions
Robert Jones
99-11: Dividends, Earnings and Fundamental Valuation
Mark Kamstra
99-10: Speaking in Tongues: Language as both Human Capital and Ethnicity
K. Pendakur and R. Pendakur
99-9: Semiparametric Estimation of Lifetime Equivalence Scales
Krishna Pendakur
99-8: Equivalent-Income Functions and Income-Dependent Equivalence Scales
David Donaldson and Krishna Pendakur
99-7: Taking Prices Seriously in the Measurement of Inequality
Krishna Pendakur
99-6: Turbulent Growth and Inquality
Robert Jones and G. Newman
99-5: Critical Realism vs. Economic Rhetoric
Lawrence Boland
99-4: Knowledge in Economic Models
Lawrence Boland
99-3: Eeast Asia Through a Glass Darkly: Disparate Lenses on the Road to Damascus
J.W. Dean
99-2: The Kiss of Death: IMF Subsidies in Sovereign Debt Markets
Stephen Easton and Duane Rockerbie
99-1: On the Neutrality of Asset Ownership for Work Incentives
Gregory Dow
98-12: The Extended Economics of an Innate Common Use Resource: the Fishery
P. Copes
98-11: Capital-Embodied Technological Change, Measurement Errors and Real Business Cycles
Stephen Kosempel
98-10: Combining Bond Rating Forecasts Using Logit
Mark Kamstra, Peter Kennedy and T.-K. Suan
98-09: Eight Reasons Why Real Versus Nominal Interest Rates is the Most Important Concept in Macroeconomic Principles Courses
Peter Kennedy
98-08: Collective Choice and Control Rights in Firms
Gregory Dow and Gilbert Skillman
98-07: Partnership Markets with Adverse Selection
Gregory Dow
98-06: Market Segmentation, Market Integration and Tacit Collusion
C. Colonescu and Nicolas Schmitt
98-05: The Ex Post Rational Price is Certainly Ex Post, It Might Be Rational, But Is It Useful?
Mark Kamstra
98-04: Losing Sleep at the Market: The Daylight-Savings Anomaly
Mark Kamstra, Lisa Kramer and Maurice Levi
98-03: Bidding for Labour
Benoit Julien, John Kennes and Ian King
98-02: Alternatives in Fisheries Management
P. Copes
98-01: Aboriginal Fishing Rights and Salmon Management in British Columbia: Matching Historical Justice with the Public Interest
P. Copes
97-08: Export-Investment Subsidies in the Presence of Import Protection
Richard Harris and Nicolas Schmitt
97-07: Religious Prohibitions Against Usury
C.G. Reed and C.T. Bekar
97-06: The Firm as a Nexus of Strategies
Gregory Dow
97-05: Social Impacts of Fisheries Management Regimes Based on Individual Quotas
P Copes
97-04: Adverse Impacts of Individual Quota Systems on Conservation and Fish Harvest Productivity
P Copes
97-03: Why Capital (Usually) Hires Labor: An Assessment of Proposed Explanations
Gregory Dow and Louis Putterman
97-02: Do Two Wrongs Make a Right? Export Incentives and Bias in Trade Policy
Richard Harris and Nicolas Schmitt
97-01: The Internet as a GPT: Factor Market Implications
Richard Harris
96-08: Combining Qualitative Forecasts Using Logit
M Kamastra and Peter Kennedy
96-07: On Evolution, Subgame Perfection and Retaliation
B. Eaton and William Morrison
96-06: What's in a Default? Lending to LDCs in the Face of Default Risk
Stephen Easton and Duane Rockerbie
96-05: The Evolution of Communication in a Sender/Receiver Game of Common Interest with Cheap Talk
Jasmina Arifovic and B. Eaton
96-04: Knowledge in Economic Models: Individualism and Social Knowledge
Lawrence Boland
96-03: Combining Multiple-Choice and Constructed-Response Test Scores: An Economist's View
Peter Kennedy and W.B. Walstad
96-02: Forecasting Fundamental Asset Return Distributions and Tests for Excess Volatility and Bubbles
R.G. Donaldson and Mark Kamstra
96-01: Externalities and Cross-Sectoral Spillovers in Italian Industry
E. Felli and Giovanni Tria
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