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9213: Industrial Restructuring in Eastern Europe and East-West Trade Integration
Michael Landesmann
9212: Mutual Fund Separation with General Preferences
Arthur Lewbel and William Perraudin
9211: Multivariate Tests of a Continuous Time Equilibrium Arbitrage Pricing Theory with Conditional Heteroscadasticity and Jumps
Mun Ho, William Perraudin and Bent Sorensen
9210: Uncertainty and Irreversible Investment: An Empirical Analysis of Development of Oilfields on the UKCS
Carlo Favero, Mohammad Pesaran and S. Sharma
9209: The Role of Public Enterprises in the National Economy
David M Newbery
9208: Capacity-Constrained Supply Function Equilibria: Competition and Entry in the Electricity Spot Market and Competition and Regulation in English Electricity Industry
David M Newbery
9207: Regulation of Mergers in the US and the UK: A new Agenda
Ajit Singh
9206: Corporate Takeovers: A Review
Ajit Singh
9205: The Black and Scholes Option Price as a Random Variable
Mthuli Ncube and S. Satchell
9204: Oil Investment in the North Sea
Carlo Favero and Mohammad Pesaran
9203: Growth and Structural Change in the Swedish Model
R. Ramaswamy and J.I. You
9202: Quarterly National Income Accounts for Interwar Germany, 1925, 1938
M. Ellam, Michael Kitson, Solomos Solomou and Martin Weale
9201: The Move to Autarky: The Political Economy of Nazi Trade Policy
Michael Kitson
9104: QUALITY OF LIVESTOCK ASSETS UNDER SELECTIVE CREDIT SCHEMES: AVIDENCE FROM SOUTH INDIAN DATA
Paul Seabright
9103: NON-NESTED TESTS FOR INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLE REGRESSION MODLS WITH DIFFERING CONDITIONNING SETS
Richard Smith
9102: ASYMPTOTICALLY OPTIMAL TESTS USING LIMITED INFORMATION AND TESTING FOR EXOGENEITY
Richard Smith
9101: BILATERALISM IN THE INTER-WAR WORLD ECONOMY
Michael Kitson and Solomos Solomou
9023: TIME, INCREASING RETURNS AND INSTITUTIONS IN MACROECONOMICS
W.A.H. Godley
9022: THE STATISTICAL AND ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PREDICTABILITY OF EXESS RETURNS ON COMMON STOCKS
Mohammad Pesaran and Allan Timmermann
9021: A SIMPLE, NON-PARAMETRIC TEST OF PREDICTIVE PERFORMANCE
Mohammad Pesaran and Allan Timmermann
9020: PERSISTENCE, COINTEGRATION AND AGGREGATION: A DISAGGREGATED ANALYSIS OF OUTPUT FLUCTUATIONS IN THE US ECONOMY
Mohammad Pesaran, Richard Pierse and Kevin Lee
9018: ON THE MEASUREMENT OF WELL-BEING
P. Dasgupta and Martin Weale
9017: ESTIMATING LIMITED-DEPENDENCE RATIONAL EXOECTATIONS MODELS
Mohammad Pesaran and Hossein Samiei
9016: EXPECTATIONS IN ECONOMICS
Mohammad Pesaran
9015: BRITAIN'S BALANCE OF PAYMENTS HIATUS: SOME UNPLEASANT MACROECONOMIC ARITHMETIC
Kenneth Coutts
9014: THREE NOTES OF UK OVERSEAS INVESTMENT
C.F. Pratten
9013: ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO TESTING NON-NESTED MODELS WITH AUTOCORRELATED DISTURBANCES: AN APPLICATION TO MODELS OF US UNEMPLOYMENT
Michael McAleer, Mohammad Pesaran and Anil Bera
9012: EFFICIENCY WAGES AND WAGE DISPERSION
R. Ramaswamy and R.E. Rowthorn
9011: STRUCTURAL SHIFTS IN THE MANUFACTURING EXPORT PERFORMANCE OF OECD ECONOMICS
Michael Landesmann and Andy Snell
9010: SOCIAL CORPORATISM AND LONG-TERM ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
Michael Landesmann and J. Vartiainen
887: WEALTH TARGETS, EXCHANGE RATE TARGETS AND MACROECONOMIC POLICY
Andrew Blake, David Vines and Martin Weale
886: BRITISH ECONOMIC GROWTH, 1870-1913: FACTS AND ARTEFACTS
Sorin Solomon and Martin Weale
885: EXPORT AND DIE: THE EXCHANGE RATE AND COMPANY FAILURE IN A MACRO-MICRO MODEL
A.W. Goudie and G. Meeks
884: THE RISE AND FALL OF THE GOLDEN AGE
Andrew Glyn, Alan Hughes, A. Lipietz and Ajit Singh
883: THE CONSEQUENCES OF MRS THATCHER FOR UK MANUFACTURING EXPORTS
Michael Landesmann and Andy Snell
882: THE MACROECONOMICS OF PROTECTIONISM: A CASE STUDY OF BRITAIN IN THE 1930S
Michael Kitson and Solomos Solomou
19100: Why is inequality so unequal across the world? Part 2 The diversity of inequality in market income - and the increasing asymmetry between the distribution of income before and after taxes and transferences Downloads
José Gabriel Palma
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