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Volume 49, issue Dec., 1981

Morality, Competition and Efficiency pp. 289-309
R C O Matthews
The Johnston Wage Bargaining Model and Trade Union Objectives pp. 310-18
P G Chapman
A New Look at Wicksell's Inflationary Process pp. 319-33
Patrick Honohan
Income and Price Elasticities of Non-Oil Imports for Six Industrial Countries pp. 334-47
M A Akhtar
"On the Causation of Inflation": Some Comments pp. 348-54
David Cobham
"On the Causation of Inflation": Some Further Clarifications pp. 355-56
John Addison, John Burton and Thomas S Torrance

Volume 49, issue Sept., 1981

The Portfolio Behaviour of the London Clearing Banks: 1963-1971 pp. 191-210
R A Bewley
Staggered Wage Setting with Real Wage Relativities: Variations on a Theme of Taylor pp. 211-28
Willem Buiter and Ian Jewitt
Pooling Time Series and Cross Section Data: A Minimum Chi-Squared Approach pp. 229-44
Adolf Buse
"Impacts of Distance on Microeconomic Theory": A Critique pp. 245-58
Neil Dorward
Mr. Dorward and Impacts of Distance on Microeconomic Theory pp. 259-65
M L Greenhut

Volume 49, issue June, 1981

Housing Tax-Expenditures, Subsidies and the Distribution of Income pp. 91-110
Ray Robinson
Incomes Policies: Conditions for Voluntary Compliance pp. 111-28
Yew-Kwang Ng
Wealth and Aggregate Consumption pp. 129-52
R Leighton Thomas
Minimum Efficient Scale as a Determinant of Concentration: A Reappraisal pp. 153-64
Vinod K Gupta
Exchange Rate Overshooting Revisited pp. 165-72
Jagdeep S Bhandari

Volume 49, issue March, 1981

Some Long- Run Theory of Employment, Income Distribution and the Exchange Rate pp. 1-20
John Metcalfe and Ian Steedman
Colonial Enforcement of Foreign Direct Investment pp. 21-38
Peter Svedberg
The Role of Monetary Stabilization Policy under Rational Expectations pp. 39-50
A. Patrick Minford and David Peel
The Distribution of Local Public Goods in a Non-Tiebout World pp. 51-69
Stephen J Salter and Neville Topham

Volume 48, issue Dec., 1980

Monopoly Welfare Loss in the United Kingdom pp. 331-54
Malcolm Sawyer
Devaluation, the J-Curve, and Flexible Exchange Rates pp. 355-77
Jay H Levin
Competitiveness, Technical Progress and Balance of Trade Surpluses pp. 378-91
David Vines
Rejoinder on Mercantilism [Mercantilism: A Modern Argument] pp. 392-93
Hans Schmitt
Reply to Dr. Schmitt [Mercantilism: A Modern Argument] pp. 394-95
David Vines
A Monetarist Money Supply Model for South Africa pp. 396-408
C D Nathan

Volume 48, issue Sept., 1980

The Valuation of Changes in the Risk of Death by Those at Risk pp. 229-54
Lionel Needleman
Wage Offers, Layoffs and the Firm in an Uncertain Labour Market pp. 255-64
Christopher McKenna
Manufactured Export Prices in the United Kingdom and the "Law of One Price." pp. 265-83
Paul Ormerod
Price Dynamics and Industrial Structure in the U.K.: An Input-Output Analysis pp. 284-306
Simon Domberger

Volume 48, issue June, 1980

An Empirical Analysis of Bond Markets and Their Implications for the Term Structure of Interest Rates pp. 111-25
Louis Christofides
The Welfare Costs of the British Clearing Banks' Oligopoly: Some New Estimates and Doubts pp. 126-39
R S Thompson and B M Craven
On the Causation of Inflation pp. 140-56
John Addison, John Burton and Thomas S Torrance
Employment Functions and the Measurement of Labour Hoarding pp. 157-86
John Bowers and David Deaton
Fiscal Marksmanship in the United Kingdom, 1951-78 pp. 187-202
J M Davis

Volume 48, issue March, 1980

Social Welfare Functions, Income Distribution and Welfare Weights in the United Kingdom pp. 1-16
J S Dodgson
Employment Instability and Unemployment pp. 17-38
Alan McGregor
The Choice of Monetary Instrument under Alternative Forms of Price Expectations pp. 39-62
Stephen J Turnovsky
Stability in Monetary Models of Inflation with an Endogenous Budget pp. 63-78
David Currie
Optimal Income Distribution with Variable Factor Supplies: A Graphical Exposition pp. 79-86
Bernard Wasow

Volume 47, issue Dec., 1979

Imports of Finished Manufactures: The Effects of Prices, Demand and Capacity pp. 325-48
J D Whitley
On the Dynamic Stability of Monetary Models When the Money Supply is Endogenous pp. 349-58
D Chappell and David Peel
The Marginal Welfare Cost of the Revenue from Money Creation and the "Optimal" Rate of Inflation pp. 359-68
John Tatom
An Analysis of Personal Savings in the U.K pp. 369-90
A G Armstrong
Tests of Equality between Sets of Coefficients in Two Linear Regressions When Disturbance Variances Are Unequal: Some Small Sample Properties pp. 391-96
Peter Watt

Volume 47, issue Sept., 1979

The Lewis Model and Development Theory pp. 196-210
P F Leeson
The Dual Economy Revisited pp. 211-29
W. Lewis
Rural-Urban Migration in a "Lewis-Model" Context pp. 230-47
Martin Godfrey
Problems of Transition to Egalitarian Development pp. 248-69
Keith Griffin and Jeffrey James
Towards a Macroeconomic Framework for a Developing Economy: The Indian Case pp. 270-302
Krishna Bharadwaj

Volume 47, issue June, 1979

Mercantilism: A Modern Argument pp. 93-111
Hans O Schmitt
Welfare Evaluation within Traditional and Generalised Frameworks: Some Guidelines pp. 112-38
Michael E Burns
Distributional Objectives and the Optimum Level of Road User Charges in Developing Countries: Some Results for Kenya pp. 139-59
C H Kirkpatrick
Income Distribution and the Aggregate Demand Schedule in the Short Run pp. 160-67
J. Peter Neary

Volume 47, issue March, 1979

Further Thoughts on the Monetary Approach to Balance of Payments Theory pp. 1-23
D J Coppock
Adaptive and Rational Expectations in Macroeconomic Models pp. 24-32
J L Evans and G K Yarrow
A Qtrly Econometric Model of the Capital Account in the U.K. Balance of Payments pp. 33-62
Michael Beenstock and Steven Bell
Choosing between Macroeconometric Models: An Illustration of the Problems pp. 63-75
Denise Osborn and Francis Teal
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