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Volume 55, issue December, 1987

Uncertainty in the U.K. Monetary Aggregates: Modelling Data Revisions in Economic Time Series pp. 337-52
Terence C Mills
Current Account Movements, Wealth Effects and the Determination of the Real Exchange Rate pp. 353-77
Peter Smith
Cheap Money and the Housing Boom in Interwar Britain: An Econometric Appraisal pp. 378-91
Stephen Broadberry
International Trade and Investment by Multinational Firms under Uncertainty pp. 392-406
Takao Itagaki
A Note on Friedman and the Neo-Bayesian Approach pp. 407-18
Gianluigi Pelloni

Volume 55, issue September, 1987

Jevons as Statistician: The Role of Probability pp. 233-56
John Aldrich
Testing for Labour Market Segmentation in Britain pp. 257-73
Robert McNabb
Price, Profit and Market Share Effects of Tariffs, Volume Quotas and Ratio Quotas pp. 274-86
Hong Hwang, Jung-Chao Liu and Chao-Cheng Mai
The General Theory of Household and Market Contingent Demand pp. 287-304
Huw Dixon
Independent Conditions for the Stability of a Dynamic Linear Model pp. 305-09
Richard W Farebrother
Samuel Hollander's Mill: A Review Article pp. 310-16
A W Coats

Volume 55, issue June, 1987

The State of Development Economics pp. 125-43
Sukhamoy Chakravarty
Fiscal Policy, Interest Sensitive Aggregate Supply and the Costs of Disinflation pp. 144-57
Anthony E Myatt and William M Scarth
Regional Earnings Revisited pp. 158-83
D H Blackaby and D N Manning
Structural Change, Heterogeneity of Capital over Time and the Non-uniqueness of "The" Uniform Rate of Profit pp. 184-96
Frank C Englmann
On Testing the Relationship between Exchange Rate Movements and Monetary Surprises: A Comment pp. 197-202
David Peel and P F Pope

Volume 55, issue March, 1987

The Dynamic Competitive Firm under Spot Price Uncertainty pp. 1-12
John Hey
Classical and Neoclassical Competitive Adjustment Processes pp. 13-37
Peter Flaschel and Willi Semmler
International Competitiveness and Economic Recovery: Examples of the Risk-Ambition Trade-Off in Dutch Economic Policies pp. 38-59
Andrew Hughes Hallett
Interest Parity, the Degree of Capital Mobility and the Information Contents of the Exchange Rate and the Interest Rate: Clarifications and Extensions pp. 60-76
Keith Blackburn
Wage Rises and Income Distribution--A Note pp. 77-87
Peter J Reynolds

Volume 54, issue December, 1986

Collateral in Banking Policy and Adverse Selection pp. 357-66
Udo Broll and Bernard Gilroy
Alternative Trade Union Objective Functions in the Theory of Wage Bargaining pp. 367-79
P G Chapman
Personal Savings and Transactions Balance Changes pp. 380-90
I F Pearce and S H Thomas
Free Trade, Scale Economies and Productivity Growth in Canadian Manufacturing pp. 391-402
Michael J Daly and P Someshwar Rao
The U.K. Sector of the Federal Reserve's Multicountry Model: The Effects of Monetary and Fiscal Policies pp. 403-19
Hali Edison
A Note on the Golden-Rule Condition in the Overlapping Generations Growth Model pp. 420-24
Osamu Nishimura and Takeo Nakao

Volume 54, issue September, 1986

An Empirical Model of Bilateral Trade (or Its 3100393ence) in Manufac tured Commodities pp. 255-82
Roger J Bowden
Income Redistribution and Labour Surplus in the Classical Theory of Labour Migration pp. 283-97
Charles Perrings
Some Problems Concerning the Notion of Cost-Minimizing Systems in the Framework of Joint Production pp. 298-307
Reiner Franke
Exchange Rates Do Not Fail Variance Bounds Tests pp. 308-13
Patrick Honohan and Rodrigo Peruga
The Optimal Rate of Inflation When the Rate of Growth of the Money Supply Is Stochastic pp. 314-21
David Chappell
Fiscal Marksmanship in the United States: 1950-83 pp. 322-33
Rodney J Morrison

Volume 54, issue June, 1986

The Structure of Personal Sector Short-term Asset Holdings pp. 141-61
Martin Weale
Earnings Differentials of Second Generation West Indian and White School Leavers in Britain pp. 162-79
Shirley Dex
The Application of Stochastic Simulation Techniques to the National Institute's Model 7 pp. 180-201
Stephen Hall
On the Production Possibility Frontier in a Sraffa-Leontief Economy pp. 202-07
Akira Takamasu
Modified Wald Tests in Tests of Equality between Sets of Coefficients in Two Linear Regressions under Heteroscedasticity pp. 208-18
Yuzo Honda and Kazuhiro Ohtani
Two-Way Capital Flows in an Asymmetric World Economy pp. 219-24
M. Khan and Po-Sheng Lin

Volume 54, issue March, 1986

Flexibility in Dynamic Demand Modelling and Its Implications for Testing Restrictions pp. 1-21
Ranjan Ray
J. M. Keynes and the Real Balance Effect pp. 22-30
John R Presley
A Model of Incomes Policy in the U.K., 1963-79 pp. 31-64
J D Whitley
Wealth-Composition and Cross-Equation Effects in the U.K. Personal Sector's Expenditure and Portfolio Behaviour pp. 65-98
Dorian Owen
Workable Competition Deadweight Losses, and Demand Elasticities: Comment pp. 99-103
Manfredi M A La Manna
Wage Share, Market Power and Unionism: A Reply pp. 104-08
Andrew Henley
Wage Share, Market Power and Unionism: Rejoinder pp. 190-212
Brian C Brush and Steven E Crane

Volume 53, issue December, 1985

Cambridge Probability Theorists pp. 348-63
Bruno de Finetti
The Indexation of Taxes and Transfers in Britain pp. 364-84
John Creedy and Norman Gemmell
Buffer-Stock Monetarism and the Theory of Financial Buffers pp. 385-403
A D Bain and Peter McGregor
The Whewell Group of Mathematical Economists pp. 404-31
James P Henderson
Money Financing and the Dynamic Effects of Fiscal and Monetary Policies in a Theoretical Simulation Model pp. 432-56
Duc-Tho Nguyen

Volume 53, issue September, 1985

Permanent Income, Budget Constraints and Overshooting in Simple Aggregate Models pp. 231-40
Christopher Green
A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Combined Heat and Power pp. 241-62
Ian Dobbs
The Microeconomic Approach to Induced Innovation: A Reformulation of the Hayami and Ruttan Model pp. 263-79
Colin G Thirtle
Testing for Structural Stability and Predictive Failure: A Review pp. 280-95
M Pesaran, Ronald Smith and J S Yeo
The Distribution of Housing Tenure in Britain pp. 296-314
Anup Shah and Hedley Rees
The Relationship between Exchange Rate Movements and Monetary Surprises: Results for the United Kingdom and the United States Compared and Contrasted: Erratum pp. 315
R G Smith and C A E Goodhart

Volume 53, issue June, 1985

Effective Demand in a "Classical" Model of Value and Distribution: The Multiplier in a Sraffian Framework pp. 121-37
Heinz Kurz
Testing for Rational Expectations with Qualitative Survey Data pp. 138-48
Michael S Common
Unemployment, International Trade, and Welfare in a Fixed-Coefficient Model pp. 149-55
James Melvin
Switching in Methods of Production and Joint Production pp. 156-78
Neri Salvadori
The Rationale for Money-Supply Targets: A Survey pp. 179-207
Timothy D Lane

Volume 53, issue March, 1985

The Relationship between Exchange Rate Movements and Monetary Surprises: Results for the United Kingdom and the United States Compared and Contrasted pp. 2-22
R G Smith and C A E Goodhart
Private Sector Expenditure in the Inter-war Period: An Integrated Portfolio Approach pp. 23-44
Kent Matthews
A Problem in Measuring the Cost of Protection pp. 45-54
George McKenzie
Increasing Returns and the Manufacturing Industries: Some Empirical Issues pp. 55-75
John McCombie
An Empirical Analysis of On-the-Job Search and Job Mobility pp. 76-95
Gordon Hughes and Barry McCormick
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