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91-13: The Fiminist Challenge to Neoclassical. EconomiesClassification-JEL: B4, D1, J7
Frances Woolley
91-12: The Policy Significance of the Founding of the Bank of Canada
Robin Neill
91-11: The Existence and Economic Interpretation of Mean Reversion: Evidence from Panel Data
Vijay Jog and Huntley Schaller
91-10: Economic Efficiency, Political Institutions and Policy Analysis
Walter Hettich and Stanley Winer
91-09: Revisit to Supplementary Unemployment Benefits (SUBS) - An Analysis of Canadian Experience
Caswell Johnson and A. Kempster
91-08: Bargaining Power and the Strike Decision
Caswell L. Johnson
91-07: Price Margins and Capital Adjustment: Canadian Mill Products and Pulp and Paper Industries
Jeffrey Bernstein
91-06: The Wald and LM Tests for Structural Change in aLinear Simultaneous Equation Model
Soo-Bin Park
91-05: Secular Cost Changes and the Size of Government: Towards a generalized Theory
Edwin G. West
91-04: Multivariate Risk Aversion and Uninsurable Risks: Theory and Applications
Fanny Demers and Michel Demers
91-03: Increases in Risk and the Optimal Deductible
Fanny Demers and Michel Demers
91-02: Sex-Specific Voluntary Annuity Plans
Simon Power and P.G.C. Townley
91-01: Specification and robustness of a Public Sector, Voluntary, Life-insurred Annuity Plan
Simon Power and P.G.C.Townley
90-07: Econometric Aspects of the Variance-Bound Tests: A Survey
C. Gilles and Stephen LeRoy
90-06: The Arbitrage Pricing Theory: A Geometric Interpretation
C. Gilles and Stephen LeRoy
90-05: Incurable Unemployment in a Minimum-wage Model of an Open Economy
Richard Brecher
90-04: Development Strategy and Structural Adjustment in Chile, 1973-1990
Arch Ritter
90-03: The Cuban Economy in the 1990'S: External Challenges and Policy Imperatives
Arch Ritter
90-02: The Economics of Regulated Early Closing Hours: Some Evidence From Ontario
J. Stephen Ferris
90-01: Public Education Via Exclusive Territories
Edwin West
89-09: On the Arbitrage Pricing Theory
C. Gilles and Stephen LeRoy
89-08: Corporatist and Decentralised Labour Unions in a Macroeconomic Model With Monopolistic Firms
Nicholas Rowe
89-07: Exchange Rates, Relative Prices and Some Fundamentals
Kanta Marwah
89-06: An Efficiency-Wage Model of Unemployment in an Open Economy
Richard Brecher
89-05: Bublles and Charges
C. Gilles and Stephen LeRoy
89-04: Does Irving Fisher's Data Support The Fisher Effect?
R. Geehan and J.F. Mccollum
89-03: Mathematical Economics and Soviet Planning
A. Belykh
89-02: Productivity Change in the Non-Agricultural Economy of Kenya, 1964-1987
Arch Ritter
89-01: Basic Issues in the Positive Political Economy of Income Taxation
Walter Hettich and Stanley Winer
88-06: The Empirical Validity and Relevance of Purchasing Power Parity in the Managed Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee
Kanta Marwah
88-05: Nonparametric Density Estimation of Response Surfaces
Simon Power
88-04: Cuba's Convertible Currency Debt Problem 1980-1988
Arch Ritter
88-03: Non-Uniform Pricing: An Alternative Approach
Michael E. Burns
88-02: Self Selection and Administration Cost in the Formation of Tax Structure
George Warskett, Stanley Winer and Walter Hettich
88-01: The Tracks of the Managed Exchange Rate of the Indian Rupee with Monetary Shocks and External Distrubances
Kanta Marwah and Halldor P. Palsson
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