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9904: Overtime Working in an Unregulated Labour Market
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Robert A. Hart
9903: Labour Market Adjustment on the Intensive Margin: A Comparative Study of Germany and the UK
David Nevin Fraser Bell, Robert A. Hart, O Huebler and W Schwerdt
9902: Public Investment and Devolution
David Nevin Fraser Bell
9901: The Growth Agenda
David Nevin Fraser Bell, Brian Kemp Ashcroft and Donald Macrae
9803: Unpaid Work
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Robert A. Hart
9802: Great Prospects: Employer Provided Training as a Credible Screening Device
A.L. Statt
9801: Training and Displacement: is Employer Paid Training Firm-Specific?
A.L. Statt
e96/4: The Provision of Public Goods from Agriculture: Modelling the "Provider Gets Principle" for Moorland Conservation in Scotland
Nick Hanley, Hilary Kirkpatrick, David Oglethorpe and Ian Simption
96/2: Speculation in the Housing Market?
Eric J. Levin and Robert E. Wright
96/1: Tax Clientele Bias in the Term Struture of UK Interest
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Eric Levin
96/4: Observational Histories: A Compression Technique for Recording Discrete States
Felix Ritchie
96/11: Time-varing Parameters in Panel Models
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Felix Ritchie
e96/3: Explaining Third World Enviromental Degration: A Paradigmatic Survey With Special Reference to Kenya
Wilson S. K. Wasike
96/9: Female Earnings and Gender Differentials in Great Britain 1977-1990
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Felix Ritchie
e96/1: Ethical Beliefs and Behaviour in Contingent Valuation
Nick Hanley and Jennifer Milne
96/7: The Gilts Market as an "On-line" Window on Expected Inflation
Eric J Levin and Robert E. Wright
e96/2: A Static 2-Player Nuclear Power Game
Fanny Missfeldt
96/10: Gold as an Inflation Hedge?
Dipak Ghosh, Eric Levin, Robert E. Wright and The Centre for Economic Policy Research
96/8: Do Intra-Week Regularities in Stock Returns Undermine Efficient Market Theory? Some Evidence from the UK
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Eric Levin
96/3: Schooling and Earnings Growth in Japan
Robert A. Hart and Seiichi Kawasaki
96/5: The Impact of Minimum Wages on the Wages of the Low Paid: Evidence from the Wage Boards and Councils
David Nevin Fraser Bell, Robert E. Wright and The Centre for Economic Policy Research
96/6: The Organisation of Capabilities
Brian J. Loasby
e95/3: Modelling Transboundary Pollution
Fanny Missfeldt
95/11: Bid-Ask Spreads, Trading Volume and Volatility: Intraday Evidence from the London Stock Exchange
A Abhyankar, Dipak Ghosh, E Levin and R J Limmack
95/13: Marginal Cost and Price Over the Business Cycle: Comparative Evidence from Japan and the United States
Robert A. Hart and Jim Malley
95/4: The Cost of Recruitment: An Analysis of the Japanese Labour Market
Seiichi Kawasaki and Robert A. Hart
95/16: Knowledge, Information and Credit Creation
Sheila Christine Dow
95/3: Nonparametric Regression Techniques: An Application to Causality Testing
Jim Malley, Jim Kay and David Nevin Fraser Bell
e95/7: Output Measurement in Evaluation of Ecosystem Protection Programmes
Ross Cullen
e95/6: Individual Transferable Quota in Fisheries Management: Some Insight from the New Zealand Experience
Ross Cullen
95/18: Financial Structure and the Economic Performance of Peripheral Economies: The Case of Europe
Sheila Christine Dow
95/15: Why the Banking System Should be Regulated
Sheila Christine Dow
95/8: Earnings Inequality in Great Britain: Some Additional Evidence
David Nevin Fraser Bell
95/5: Collinearity and Identification in Varying-Coefficient Panel Estimators
Felix Ritchie and David Nevin Fraser Bell
95/17: Modernism and Postmodernism: A Dialectical Analysis
Sheila Christine Dow
95/12: Efficient Access to Large Datasets for Linear Regression Models
Felix Ritchie
95/10: Employers' National Insurance Contributions: Tax Structure and Economic Policy in the Thatcher Years, 1979-1992
Robert A. Hart and Robin J Ruffell
95/14: Savings Behaviour of the Traditional Sector and Development of a Dual Economy
Dipak Ghosh
95/1: Whither Mainstream Economics? A Survey of Economic Methodology
Sheila Christine Dow
95/7: Economic Policy Options for a Scottish Parliament
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Sheila Christine Dow
e95/2: Impediments to Trade in Markets for Pollution Permits
Alistair Munro, Nick Hanley, Robin Faichney and James Samuel Shortle
95/6: Female Earnings in Great Britain 1977-1990: Some Evidence from the New Earnings Survey
Felix Ritchie and David Nevin Fraser Bell
95/9: Working Time in Great Britain, 1975-1990
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Robert A. Hart
95/2: Wage Rates, Working Time and Collective Agreements
David Nevin Fraser Bell and Robert A. Hart
94/11: Keynes, The Post Keynesians and Methodology
Sheila Christine Dow
e94/9: Nitrate Pollution Due to Agriculture, Project Report No. 3: Should the Polluter Pay?
David Parsisson, Nick Hanley and Clive L. Spash
94/2: Bargaining Over Common Property Resources: Applying the Coase Theorem to Red Deer in the Scottish Highlands
Nick Hanley and Charles Sumner
94/10: Methodological Pluralism and Pluralism of Method
Sheila Christine Dow
94/6: The Japanese Bonus System and Human Capital
Robert A. Hart and Seiichi Kawasaki
94/4: Understanding Markets
Brian J. Loasby
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