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96-06: Integration of the Mortgage and Capital Markets in Canada: A Cointegration Analysis
Soo-Bin Park
96-05: The Efficiency Case of Universality Downloads
Nicholas Rowe and Frances Woolley
96-04: Capital Inflow and Economic Growth
Kanta Marwah and Lawrence Klein
96-03: A Restricted-Domain Multilateral Test Approach to the Theory of International Comparisons
Keir Armstrong
96-02: The Effect of Business Cycles On Growth
Nicholas Rowe and V-H Dehjia
96-01: Microeconomic Foundations for the Theory of International Comparisons
Keir Armstrong
95-13: Business Fixed Investment and "Bubbles": the Japanese Case
Huntley Schaller and Bob Chirinko
95-12: A Theory of Tenure for the Teaching University
Zhiqi Chen and J. Stephen Ferris
95-11: Keynes' Monetary Theory of Value and Modern Banking
Thomas Rymes and Colin Rogers
95-10: Autonomous and Accountable
Thomas Rymes
95-09: Adam Smith on the Cultural Effects of Specialization: Splenetics Versus Economics
Edwin G. West
95-08: Will Gradualism Work When Shock Therapy Doesn't?
Vivek Dehejia
95-07: Adoption of New Technology by a Lagging Country: Leapfrogging or No Leapfrogging
Zhiqi Chen
95-06: Stock Market Evaluations of a European Monetary Union
Aileen Thompson and Filip Abraham
95-05: Shifts in the Multilateral Trade Structure of Canada and India: Market Shares, Trade Entropy and Growth
Kanta Marwah
95-04: What Are some Prospects for India's Joining the Asian Growth Process?
Kanta Marwah and Lawrence Klein
95-03: The Possibility of Expanding Asia-Pacific Economic Integration
Kanta Marwah and Lawrence Klein
95-02: Who Paid the Taxes in Canada, 1951-1988
Irwin W. Gillespie, Frank Vermaeten and Arndt Vermaeten
95-01: Trade Liberalization and Sectoral Productivity Growth: Some Evidence for Canada and the United States
Richard Brecher, Ehsan Choudhri and Lawrence Schembri
94-06: Liberalizing Multinational Investment: The Stolper-Samuelson Question Revisited
Richard Brecher and Ehsan Choudhri
94-05: Ending Universality: The Case of Child Benefits
Frances Woolley, Judith Marshall and Arndt Vermaeten
94-04: On the Coyne-Rasminsky Directive and Responsibility for Monetary Policy in Canada
Thomas Rymes
94-03: Lessons from East Asia for Economies in Transition: The Korean Example
Carl McMillan and Soo-Bin Park
94-02: Trends and Recent Developments in the Korean Economy
Soo-Bin Park
94-01: Acquisitions and Investment
Brian Erard and Huntley Schaller
93-12: Desired Bank Reserves in the Absence of legal Reserve Requirements
J. A. Galbraith
93-11: Investment, Taxes, and the Cost of Capital: An Euler Equation Specification Test
Huntley Schaller
93-10: Investments Under Uncertainty and Irreversibility
Huntley Schaller, Fanny Demers and Michel Demers
93-09: Production-Based Asset Pricing Models and Finance Constraints
Huntley Schaller
93-08: Bubbles, Fundamentals, and Investment: A Multiple Equation Testing Strategy
Huntley Schaller and Bob Chirinko
93-07: The Risky Spread, Investment, and Monetary Policy Transmission: Evidence on the Role of Asymmetric Information
Huntley Schaller and Serena Ng
93-06: Honesty and Evasion in the Tax Compliance Game
Brian Erard and Jonathan Feinstein
93-05: On the Nature Equilibrium with "Buyer's Markets"
Richard L. Carson
93-04: A Panel Data Test for Mean Reversion Using Randomization
Huntley Schaller and Vijay Jog
93-03: Finance Constraints and Asset Pricing: Evidence on Mean Reversion
Huntley Schaller and Vijay Jog
93-02: Measuring the Effectiveness of Fiscal Policy: Considerations from an Institutional Perspective
J. Stephen Ferris
93-01: Changes in the Real Size of Government. U.S. Experience 1948-1989
J. Stephen Ferris and Edwin G. West
92-10: Divided Taxation and Equity Value: A Note on the Canadian Tax Changes of 1986
Kenneth McKenzie and Aileen Thompson
92-09: The J-Curve and the Indian Trade Balanace: A Quantitative Perspective
Kanta Marwah
92-08: Some Empirical Support for the Heckscher-Ohlin Model of Production
Richard Brecher and Ehsan Choudhri
92-07: Measuring Inequality within the Household
Frances Woolley and Judith Marshall
92-06: Federalism and the Growth of Government Revisited
Edwin West
92-05: The Benthamites as Educational Engineers: the Reputation and the Record
Edwin West
92-04: Taxing the Family; Lump-Sum Transfers and Optimal Linear Income Taxes
Frances Woolley
92-03: The Bank of Canada Should Peg the TSE-300
Nicholas Rowe
92-02: Some Theoretical Problems in Accounting for Sustainnable Consumption
Thomas Rymes
92-01: The Laffer Curve, Precautionary Taxation, and Paying Down the National Debt
Vivek Dehejia and Nicholas Rowe
91-16: Pareto Gains from Trade, Reconsidered: Compensating for Job Lost
Richard Brecher and Ehsan Choudhri
91-15: Saving Under Uncertainty: A Bivariate Non-Expected Utility Approach
Fanny Demers and Michel Demers
91-14: A Note on the "Monetary Overhang" and Its Relation to Shortages and to Welrasian Excess Demand in a Soviet-Type Economy
Richard Carson
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