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Volume 62, issue Suppl., 1994

Preventing Financial Crises: An International Perspective pp. 1-40
Frederic Mishkin
Zloty and Dollar Balances in Poland 1965-1993 pp. 41-66
Antoni Chawluk and Rod Cross
Testing for Unbiasedness in Forward Markets pp. 67-78
Michael Moore
Market Making When the Order-Arrival Process Is the Result of Positive Feedback Training pp. 79-92
Peter Dunne
Does the Gold Market Reveal Real Interest Rates? pp. 93-103
Eric Levin, Abhay Abhyankar and Dipak Ghosh

Volume 62, issue December, 1994

Wage Bargaining, Uncertainty and the Behaviour of Excess Returns pp. 353-73
Simon Clark
The Role of Financial Spreads: Empirical Analysis of Spreads and Real Activity pp. 374-94
E Davis, S G B Henry and B Pesaran
U.K. Companies' Short-Term Financial Decisions: Evidence from Company Accounts Data pp. 395-411
Gopa Chowdhury, Christopher Green and David Miles
Factor Prices, Employment and Investment in U.K. and West German Manufacturing pp. 412-24
Elias Dinenis and Michael Funke
Fiscal Policy and the Theory of Conflict Inflation pp. 425-37
Daniel Arce
The Effects of Carbon Taxes in Different Approaches to Economic Theory: A Comment pp. 438-44
Alessandro Roncaglia

Volume 62, issue September, 1994

Economic Issues in the Regulation of Mutual Financial Firms: The Case of U.K. Building Societies pp. 227-50
David Miles
Consumers' Expenditure on Non-durables and Services and Housing Equity Withdrawal in the United Kingdom pp. 251-74
Kerry D Patterson
The Bond Model: A Laboratory Experiment into the Demand for Money pp. 275-95
David Ansic
Economic Competence, Rational Expectations and Government Popularity in Post-War Britain pp. 296-312
Simon Price and David Sanders
Protection and Real Portfolio Incomes: A Stolper-Samuelson Relationship for the Very Short Run pp. 313-18
Alan Day Haight
A Note on John Stuart Mill, William Thornton and William Whewell pp. 319-23
Charles F Peake
John Stuart Mill, William Thornton and William Whewell: A Reply pp. 324-25
James A Gherity

Volume 62, issue June, 1994

Portfolio Disequilibrium: Implications for the Divisia Approach to Monetary Aggregation pp. 125-50
Peter Spencer
Interest Rate Spreads and Exchange Rate Variability pp. 151-66
Torben M Andersen and Jan Rose Sorensen
Two-Tier State Pensions: Labour Supply and Income Distribution pp. 167-83
John Creedy
Uncovered Interest Parity Hypothesis for Major Currencies pp. 184-98
Costas Karfakis and Ashok Parikh
Legal Restriction Theory and the Rate-of-Return Dominance of Money pp. 199-208
Filippo Cesarano

Volume 62, issue March, 1994

The Demand for Financial Assets Held in the U.K. by the Overseas Sector: An Application of Two-Stage Budgeting pp. 1-20
David Barr and K Cuthbertson
Credibility, Ambiguity and Asymmetric Information with Wage Stickiness pp. 21-39
Paul Levine and Joseph Pearlman
Industrial Deconcentration in U.K. Manufacturing since 1980 pp. 40-59
Andrew Henley
Growth and Distribution under an Environmental Restriction pp. 60-80
Eiji Hosoda
A Classical Theory of the Informal Sector pp. 81-96
Bill Gibson and Bruce Kelley
Jevons and the Population Mechanism: Comment pp. 97-102
Michael White
Jevons and the Population Mechanism: A Reply pp. 103-08
Sandra J Peart

Volume 61, issue Suppl., 1993

Fiscal Policy Co-ordination under EMU and the Choice of Monetary Instrument pp. 1-12
Paul Levine
Reading the Message from the U.K. Indexed Bond Market: Real Interest Rates, Expected Inflation and the Risk Premium pp. 13-34
Eric J Levin and Laurence Copeland
House Prices, Personal Sector Wealth and Consumption: Some Conceptual and Empirical Issues pp. 35-59
David Miles
Monetary Policy Reaction to Foreign Debt Accumulation in Developing Countries pp. 60-75
Maxwell J Fry
The Effect of Changes in Official U.K. Rates on Market Interest Rates since 1987 pp. 76-94
Dale Spencer

Volume 61, issue December, 1993

European Integration and the Demand for Broad Money pp. 345-66
Carlo Monticelli and Marc-Olivier Strauss-Kahn
An Inter-establishment Study of Union Recognition and Membership in Great Britain pp. 367-85
Paul Gregg and Robin Naylor
Investment, Productivity Growth and Key-Technologies: The Case of Advanced Telecommunications pp. 386-97
Cristiano Antonelli
Value System Contests and the Appropriation of Ecological Capital pp. 398-424
Martin O'Connor
Improvements in Agriculture in Ricardo's Essay on Profits pp. 425-38
Hian Hoon
Alfred Marshall and the Whewell Group of Mathematical Economists pp. 439-41
Robert Dimand

Volume 61, issue September, 1993

Is There a Case for the MTFS? pp. 227-47
Peter Westaway and Simon Wren-Lewis
Correcting Macroimbalances in a Monetary Union: An Evaluation of Alternative Fiscal Policy Rules pp. 248-69
M Lossani and Patrizio Tirelli
Modelling the Sterling Effective Exchange Rate Using Expectations and Learning pp. 270-86
Stephen Hall
Wage-Moderating Effects of Corporatism: Decentralized versus Centralized Wage Setting in a Union, Firm, Government Context pp. 287-301
Christian Mulder
Portrait of a Discipline? Mark Blaug's Pioneers in Economics. A Review Article pp. 302-13
Roger Backhouse

Volume 61, issue June, 1993

Theories of Economic Evolution: A Preliminary Taxonomy pp. 125-43
Geoffrey Hodgson
Testing a Flow Model of Capital Flight in Five European Countries pp. 144-66
Heather Gibson and Euclid Tsakalotos
On the Exchange Rate of the Dollar: Market Fundamentals AU versus Speculative Bubbles pp. 167-84
Nikitas Pittis
Continuous Switching of Techniques in Linear Production Models pp. 185-201
Enrico Bellino

Volume 61, issue March, 1993

From Hour to Hour in the Foreign Exchange Market pp. 1-34
C A E Goodhart and M Giugale
On the Possible Costs of European Monetary Union pp. 35-64
Andrew Hughes Hallett and David Vines
The Determinants of Bankruptcies in the U.K.: 1971-1988 pp. 65-81
John Hudson and Keith Cuthbertson
Testing Search Theory pp. 82-94
John Hey
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