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97-36: The Choquet Bargaining Solutions
Efe Ok and Lin Zhou
97-35: Are Fixed Effects Fixed?
Douglas W. Dwyer
97-34: The Strategic Advantage of Negatively Interdependent Preferences
Levent Kockesen, Efe Ok and Rajiv Sethi
97-33: Income's Effect On Car and Vehicle Ownership, Worldwide: 1960-2015
Joyce Dargay and Dermot Gately
97-32: Monetary Policy Rules in Practice: Some International Evidence
Richard Clarida, Jordi Galí and Mark Gertler
97-31: Tax Policy and the Dynamic Demand for Domestic and Foreign Capital by Multinational Corporations
Rosanne Altshuler and Jason Cummins
97-30: Investment Behavior, Observable Expectations and Internal Funds
Jason Cummins, Kevin Hassett and Stephen Oliner
97-29: Deductive Prediction of Conflict: The Northern Ireland Case
Steven Brams and Jeffrey M. Togman
97-28: Private Ownership and Corporate Performance: Some Lessons from Transition Economies
Roman Frydman, Cheryl Gray, Marek Hessel and Andrzej Rapaczynski
97-27: Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies
Boyan Jovanovic and Dmitriy Stolyarov
97-26: On the Design of Optimal Organizations Using Tournaments: An Experimental Examination
Alannah Orrison, Andrew Schotter and Keith Weigelt
97-25: Systematic Monetary Policy and the Effects of Oil Price Shocks
Ben Bernanke, Mark Gertler and Mark Waston
97-24: Technology Locks, Creative Destruction, and Non-Convergence in Productivity Levels
Douglas Dwyer
97-23: Catch-22 and King-of-the-Mountain Games: Cycling, Frustration, and Power
Steven Brams and Christopher B. Jones
97-22: Lorenz Dominance and the Variance of Logarithms
Efe Ok and James Foster
97-21: Eudcation Finance Reform and Investment in Human Capital: Lessons from California
Raquel Fernandez and Richard Rogerson
97-20: Cross-Country Growth Regressions
Jess Benhabib and Mark Spiegel
97-19: Persistence of Business Cycles in Multisector RBC Models
Jess Benhabib, Roberto Perli and Plutarchos Sakellaris
97-18: Interdependent Preference Formation
Efe Ok, Rajiv Sethi and Levent Kockesen
97-17: Social Interactions, Local Spillovers and Unemployment
Giorgio Topa
97-16: The Determinants of Public Education Expenditures: Evidence from the States, 1950-1990
Raquel Fernandez and Richard Rogerson
97-15: Voting on Referenda: The Separability Problem and Possible Solutions
Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour and William Zwicker
97-14: Government Debt and Social Security in a Life-Cycle Economy
Mark Gertler
97-13: Debt Concentration and Bargaining Power: Large Banks, Small Banks, and Secondary Market Prices
Raquel Fernandez and Sule Ozler
97-12: The Nucleolus is Contested-Garment-Consistent: A Direct Proof
Jean-Pierre Benoit
97-11: To Each According to...?: Markets, Tournaments, and The Matching Problem with Borrowing Constraints
Raquel Fernandez and Jordi Galí
97-10: A Regression-Discontinuity Evaluation of the Effect of Financial Aid Offers on College Enrollment
Wilbert van der Klaauw
97-09: Popular Support for Progressive Taxation in the Presence of Interdependent Preferences
Levent Kockesen, Tapan Mitra and Efe Ok
97-08: The Decomposition of Economic Relationships by Time Scale Using Wavelets
J.B. Ramsey and C. Lampart
97-07: Labor Market Structure and Welfare: A Comparison of Italy and the U.S
Christopher Flinn
97-06: Proportional Representation: Broadening the Options
Steven Brams and Richard F. Potthoff
97-05: The Truel
Steven Brams and D. Mark Kilgour
97-04: A Subgroup Decomposable Measure of Relative Income Mobility
Gary Fields and Efe Ok
97-03: Technical Change, Markup, Divestiture & Productivity Growth in the U.S. Telecommunications Industry
Ishaq M. Nadiri and Banani Nandi
97-02: Negatively Interdependent Preferences
Levent Kockesen and Efe Ok
97-01: Debt Commitment, Housing and Family Allocation of Time
Daniela Del Boca and Annamaria Lusardi
96-44: Indeterminancy and Sunspots with Constant Returns
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
96-43: Meritocracy, Redistribution, and the Size of the Pie
Roland Benabou
96-42: When Are Fixed Exchange Rates Really Fixed?
A. Velasco
96-41: The Growth of Information Workers in the U.S. Economy, 1950-1990: The Role of Technological Change, Computerization, and Structural Change
Edward Wolff
96-40: The Changing Structure of Cost and Demand for the U.S. Telecommunications Industry
M.I. Nadiri and B. Nandi
96-39: Revealed Group Preferences on Non-Convex Choice Problems
Efe Ok and Lin Zhou
96-38: Specialization and Productivity Performance in Low-,Medium-,and High-Tech Manufacturing Industries
Edward Wolff
96-37: Spillovers, Linkages, and Technical Change
Edward Wolff
96-36: Inequality Averse Collective Choice
Efe Ok
96-35: International R&D Spillovers, Trade and Productivity in Major OECD Countries
M.I. Nadiri and S. Kim
96-34: Index Number and Factor Demand Approaches to the Estimarion of Productivity
D. Good, M.I. Nadiri and Robin Sickles
96-33: Parity Pricing and Its Critics: Necessary Condition for Efficiency in Provision of Bottleneck Services to Competitors
William Baumol, J. Ordover and Robert Willig
96-32: Worker Trust, System Vulnerability, and the Performance of Work Groups
Andrew Schotter
96-31: Linear Trade-Model Equilibrium regions, Productivity, and Conflicting National Interests
William Baumol and R.E. Gomory
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