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1983 - 2005

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2005, volume 23

The Case for Utilitarian Voting pp. 295-321
Claude Hillinger
Market for Votes pp. 323-332
Klaus Kultti and Hannu Salonen
Do Legal Sanctions Reinforce Social Sanctions? Evidence 19th Century Brittany pp. 333-346
Nicolas Vaillant
Employment Relations and the Boundaries of the Firm pp. 347-369
Harald Wiese
Arithmetics of Property Rights: A Leontief-type Model of Ownership Structures pp. 371-379
Frantisek Turnovec
æThe Poor Pay MoreÆ: Another Case of Discrimination in the Consumer Credit Market? pp. 381-400
Ingrid Gr÷▀l
Non Constant Sum and R+S Player Extensions of the Linear Programming Representation of Two Person Constant Sum Games pp. 401-424
Michael Ryan
Epistemology and Cultural Economics pp. 425-440
Tasos Zembylas
When a Black Suitcase Becomes More than a Black Suitcase pp. 443-445
Nicola Atkinson.Davidson

2005, volume 22

Maintaining the Integrity of Standards: No Passage East of Java pp. 1-20
Tineke M. Egyedi and John Hudsoni
Inter-Technology versus Intra-Technology Competition in Network Markets pp. 21-46
Tobias Langenberg
Intergration between Hardware an d Software Producers in the Presence of Indirect Network Externalities pp. 47-70
Sangin Park
Standardization Education pp. 71-92
Henk J. de Vries
The Economics of Standards: Theory, Evidence, Policy û a Review Article pp. 93-98
J÷rg Gr÷ndahl
The Economics of Standards: Theory, Evidence, Policy û a Review Article pp. 111-122
Marlies Ahlert and Bodo Vogt
A Formal Analysis of Melioration on the Basis of its Underlying Binary Relations pp. 123-145
Jose Apesteguia
Conventions: Some Conventional and Some Not So Conventional Wisdom pp. 147-168
Siegfried Berninghaus, Werner G³th and Hartmut Kliemt
Employment Duration and Resistance to Wage Reductions: Experimental Evidence pp. 169-189
Michael Burda, Werner G³th, Georg Kirchsteiger and Harald Uhlig
Risk Aversion on Probabilities: Experimental Evidence of Deciding Between Lotteries pp. 192-209
Martin Weber, Werner G³th and Eric van Damme
On the Evolutionary Stability of Profit Maximization pp. 208-230
Werner G³th and Steffen Huck
How to Play Randomly without a Random Generator: The Case of Maximin Players pp. 231-255
Yaakov Kaarev, Werner G³th and Hartmut Kliemt
Rules for SubjectsÆ Decisions in Full Information and Hidden Action Problems in Principal-Agent Games pp. 257-281
Bodo Vogt

2005, volume 21

On the Evolution of Conciousness pp. 473-494
Rudolf Hernegger

2004, volume 21

In Introduction: Explaining History û Neo-Institutionalism in Perspective pp. 1-20
Oliver Volckart
Village Communities as Cartels: Problems of Collective Action and their Solutions in Medieval and Early Modern Central Europe pp. 21-40
Oliver Volckart
A Rent SeekersÆ Paradise, or Why There Was No Revolution in Fifteenth- to Eighteenth-Century Nuremberg pp. 41-58
Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer
Fiscal Choices and Religion in Ottoman Europe pp. 59-82
Eliana Balla
The Evolution of the German Tort Law in the Nineteenth Century: an Economic Analysis of the Evolution of Law pp. 83-116
Martina Eckardt
Protecting Your Protection in a Violent World: the Link between an StatesÆs Organisation of Violence and its Constitutional Design pp. 117-152
Shawn Humphrey
Border Changes and price Adjustment: Evidence from Interwar Poland, 1918-1939 pp. 133-153
Nikolaus Wolf
The Rationale of Revolutions pp. 171-196
Ronald Wintrobe
The State and Two Revolutions: A Porperian Perspective pp. 197-224
Michael Keren
Why do Revolutions Succeed? The role of Rational Choice in the Chinese Communist Revolution pp. 225-250
Terry Sicular
Revolution or Reform? SocialismÆs Dilemma as Rational Choice Problem pp. 251-282
Mario Ferrero
Economic Development and Democracy. Does Industrialization Lead to Universal Suffrage? pp. 283-314
Roger Congleton
The Quandaries of Slavery and Civil War in the United States pp. 315-354
Norman Schofield
Social Choice and Southern Secession in the United States pp. 355-372
Kelley Gary
Secession as Revolution pp. 373-395
Robert Young
The Dynamics of the Columbian Civil Conflict: A New Dataset pp. 396-429
Jorge Restrepo, Michael Spagat and Juan Vargas
ItÆs all about State Structure û New Findings on Revolutionary Origins from Global Data pp. 429-455
Jack Goldstone, Ted Gurr, Monty Marshall and Jay Ulfelder
The Neuroeconomics of Anger pp. 473-494
Daniel Zizzo
How the Brain Predicts and Evaluates Monetary Rewards pp. 509-520
Giorgio Coricelli
Bounded Rationality and Theory Absorption pp. 521-541
Werner G³th and Hartmut Kliemt
Chancellor Schr÷der, the SPD, and Agenda 2010 pp. 543-572
Gerard Braunthal
Qualified Majority Voting Explained pp. 573-576
Dan S. Felsenthal and Moshé Machover
On the Perils of Adopting the Euro in the New Accession Countries pp. 597-619
Mariusz K. Krawczyk

2004, volume 20

Factionalsim, Violence and Bargaining in Civil Wars pp. 361-390
Gordon H. McCormick and Guillermo Owen
Labour Disputes in the Twentieth Century: an International Comparison and Evaluation of Theories pp. 391-422
Laszlo Goerke and Jakob Madsen
Institutions Matter û the Role of Institutional Factors for Labour Disputes: a Comment pp. 423-427
Elke Jahn
Institutinal Changes and Strike Activity in OECD-Countries: a Reply to Elke Jahn pp. 429-436
Laszlo Goerke and Jakob Madsen
The Role of Criticism in Growth Theory, 1939-1986 pp. 437-448
Hans Werner Holub, Veronoika V. Eberharter and Gottfried Tappeiner
The Coordinated Solution for Superadditive Games with Empty Core pp. 449-460
Dimitar Antov and Edward Packel
Quota Solutions beyond Quota Games: a Comment on Antov and Packel pp. 461-470
Maria Montero
On MonteroÆs Comments concerning the Coordinated Solution of Antov and Packel pp. 471-472
Dimitar Antov and Edward Packel
Global Monotonicity of Values of Cooperative Games: An Argument Supporting the Explanatory Power of ShapleyÆs Approach pp. 473-492
RenÚ Levinsk² and Peter Silßrsky
Implementing Democracy in Indirect Voting Processes: the Knesset Case pp. 493-498
Annick Laruelle
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