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Volume 60, issue Supplement, June, 1992

Policy Interactions between the OECD Countries and Latin America in the 1980s pp. 1-20
Allen, Chris, et al
Credit Quality Spreads, Bond Market Efficiency and Financial Fragility pp. 21-46
E Davis
Exchange Rate Survey Data: A Disaggregated G-7 Perspective pp. 47-62
Ronald MacDonald
Equilibrium Real Exchange Rates pp. 63-84
Stephen Wright
Can a Central Bank Go Bust? pp. 85-98
Maxwell J Fry
Measuring Convergence of the EC Economies pp. 99-111
Stephen Hall, Donald Robertson and Michael Wickens

Volume 60, issue December, 1992

A Political Economy of International Migration, 1815-1914 pp. 359-76
James Foreman-Peck
Some Evidence on the Potential Role of Commodity Prices in the Formulation of Monetary Policy pp. 377-89
Patricia Fraser and Christopher D Rogers
Are the Treasury's Tax Revenue Forecasts Rational? pp. 390-402
Barry Reilly and Robert Witt
Should Buffer Stock Theorists Be Broad- or Narrow-Minded? Some Answers from Aggregate U.K. Data: 1966-1989 pp. 403-18
Paul Mizen
The "Wage Curve" and Long-term Unemployment: A Cautionary Note pp. 419-28
David H Blackaby and Lester Hunt

Volume 60, issue September, 1992

The Substitutability of Financial Assets in the U.K. and the Implications for Monetary Aggregation pp. 221-48
Leigh Drake
Efficient Forecasts or Measurement Errors? Some Evidence for Revisions to United Kingdom GDP Growth Rates pp. 249-63
K D Patterson and S M Heravi
Production Prices and Dynamic Stability: Results and Open Questions pp. 264-94
Luciano Boggio
Nominal Wage Flexibility in a Partly-Unionized Economy pp. 295-306
Huw Dixon
Development with Limited and Unlimited Supplies of Capital pp. 307-16
Ali A Bolbol and Leslie Young

Volume 60, issue June, 1992

The Customs Union Issue Reopened pp. 119-35
Paul Wonnacott and Ronald Wonnacott
Export Subsidies, Entry Deterrence and Countervailing Tariffs pp. 136-51
David Collie
Psychological Thresholds, Demand and Price Rigidity pp. 152-68
Stavros Drakopoulos
Testing the Efficiency of Thin Forward Foreign Exchange Markets: An Application of Instrumental Variable Multiple Regression with Integrated, I(1), Variables pp. 169-80
Yerima Lawan Ngama
Optimal Job Acceptance When the Wage Offer Distribution Is Unknown pp. 181-86
Simon Burgess

Volume 60, issue March, 1992

A Comparison of the Rational Expectations and the General-to-Specific Approaches to Modelling the Demand for M1 pp. 1-22
Keith Cuthbertson and Mark Taylor
U.K. Exports of Manufacturers: Testing for the Effects of Non-price Competitiveness Using Stochastic Trends and Profitability Measures pp. 23-40
R Anderton
High Does Nothing and Rising Is Worse: Carbon Taxes Should Keep Declining to Cut Harmful Emissions pp. 41-52
Peter Sinclair
Equity Control of Multinational Firms by Less Developed Countries: A General Equilibrium Analysis pp. 53-63
John K Hill and Jose Mendez
Diamonds Are Forever(?): Nassau Senior and Utility Theory pp. 64-78
Michael White
A Note on the Shur and Samuelson Conditions pp. 79-81
R W Farebrother

Volume 59, issue Supplement,, 1991

Evaluating the U.K.'s Choice of Entry Rate into the ERM pp. 1-22
Wren-Lewis, Simon, et al
The "Walters Critique" of the EMS--A Case of Inconsistent Expectations? pp. 23-37
Marcus Miller and Alan Sutherland
Money and Business Cycles in the U.S. and U.K., 1870 to 1913 pp. 38-56
Forrest H Capie and Terence C Mills
An Application of the Stochastic GARCH-in-Mean Model to Risk Premia in the London Metal Exchange pp. 57-71
Stephen Hall
Cross-sectional Volatility on the U.K. Stock Market pp. 72-80
George Bulkley and Ian Tonks

Volume 59, issue December, 1991

The Measurement and Decomposition of Poverty: An Analysis Based on the 1985 Family Expenditure Survey for Northern Ireland pp. 357-77
Vani Borooah and Patrick McGregor
The Equilibrium Approach to Discretionary Monetary Policy under an International Gold Standard, 1926-1932 pp. 378-94
Scott Sumner
Insiders and Trade Union Wage Bargaining pp. 395-407
Ian McDonald
The Displacement Effect on Government Expenditure of Two Oil Crises: Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States pp. 408-18
Masuo Nomura
Spurious Structural Stability pp. 419-23
Ronald Smith

Volume 59, issue September, 1991

Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply Effects of a Resource Discovery in a Simple Macroeconomic Model pp. 227-43
Phillip Lawler
The Financial Consequences of Monopoly Power pp. 244-56
Trevor W Chamberlain and Myron J Gordon
Edward Rogers's Contributions to Mathematical Economics pp. 257-73
James P Henderson
Prices and Production Levels in the Closed Dynamic Input-Output System pp. 274-94
Enrico Zaghini
Consumers' Surplus in International Trade: Marshall's Example pp. 295-304
John Creedy

Volume 59, issue June, 1991

Stagflation and Phillips Curve Instability in a Model of Macroeconomic Policy pp. 123-45
Andrew Hughes Hallett and M L Petit
Labour Inferiority, Economic Development and the Factor Proportions Problem pp. 146-59
Richard Rosenberg
The Foundation of Birmingham's Faculty of Commerce as a Statement on the Nature of Economics pp. 160-222
Alon Kadish
Consumers' Preference and the Profitability of Voluntary Export Restraints in an International Duopoly under Integrated Markets pp. 173-88
Yasuhito Tanaka

Volume 59, issue March, 1991

Are Fluctuations in U.K. Ouput Transitory or Permanent? pp. 1-11
Terence C Mills
Macroeconomic Dynamics and Optimal External Borrowing in an Imperfect World Capital Market pp. 12-23
Apostolis Philippopoulos
Tariff Policy and Imperfect Competition pp. 24-44
Gareth Myles
The Shadow Wage in Economies with Migrant Labour: The Case of Labour as a Traded Good pp. 45-63
Norman Gemmell and Ivy Papps
What Is Different about Financial Firms? pp. 64-79
David Miles
Jevons on Utility, Exchange, and Demand Theory: Comment pp. 80-83
Michael White
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