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87-40: On the Computation of Estimators in Systems with Implicitly Defined Variables
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Ingmar Prucha
87-39: An Experimental Study of Single Actor Accidents
Lewis A. Kornhauser and Andrew Schotter
87-38: Is International Productivity Convergence Illusory?
William Baumol and Edward Wolff
87-37: Capital Formation and Long-Term Productivity Growth: A Comparison of Seven Countries
Edward Wolff
87-36: The Interaction Between Capital Investment and R&D in Science-Based Firms
Saul Lach and Mark Schankerman
87-35: Long Waves and Short Waves: Growth Through Intensive and Extensive Search
Boyan Jovanovic and Rafael Rob
87-34: The Effects of Demographic and Industry Changes on U.S. Self-Employment
David Evans and Linda Leighton
87-33: Asymmetric Tournaments, Equal Opportunity Laws and Affirmative Action: Some Experimental Results
Clive Bull, Andrew Schotter and Keith Weigelt
87-32: Corporate Incentives and Long-Term Bonuses: An Experimental Study
Andrew Schotter and Keith Weigelt
87-31: Entrepreneurial Choice and Liquidity Constraints
David Evans and Boyan Jovanovic
87-30: Estimation and Test of a Marginal Q Model of Investment Behavior
Marzio Galeotti
87-29: The U.S. Demand for Cocoa: Explaining the Apparent Insignificance of Income Growth
Samuel Kojo Andoh and Dermot Gately
87-28: Market Structure and Optimal Management Organizations
Clive Bull and Janusz A. Ordover
87-27: Estimation and Test of a Marginal Q Model of Investment Behavior
Marzio Galeotti
87-26: A Uniform Law of Large Numbers for Dependent and Heterogeneous Data Process
Benedikt Pötscher and Ingmar Prucha
87-25: A Note on the Estimation of Non-Symmetric Dynamic Factor Demand Models
Dilip B. Madan and Ingmar Prucha
87-24: An Estimation of the Equilibrium Specification and Structure of Production for Canadian Telecommunications
Jeffrey Bernstein
87-23: Specification of the Technology for Neoclassical Investment Theory: Testing the Adjustment Cost Approach
Marzio Galeotti
87-22: Taking Off: The U.S. Demand for Air Travel and Jet Fuel
Dermot Gately
87-21: An Examination of the Equilibrium Specification and Structure of Production for Canadian Telecommunications
Jeffrey Bernstein
87-20: The Statistical Properties of Dimension Calculations Using Small Data Sets
James B. Ramsey and Hsiao-Jane Yuan
87-19: Why do Smaller Firms Pay Less?
David Evans and Linda S. Leighton
87-18: The Responsiveness of Approval Voting: Comments on Saari and Van Newenhizen
Steven Brams, Peter C. Fishburn and Samuel Merrill
87-17: Economists as Innovators: Practical Products of Theoretical Research
Gerald R. Faulhaber
87-16: Chaos: Significance, Mechanism, and Economic Applications
William Baumol and Jess Benhabib
87-15: Bargaining and the Evolution of Cooperation in a Dynamic Game
Jess Benhabib and Giovanni Ferri
87-14: Sources of Postwar Growth of Information Activity in the U.S
William Baumol and Edward Wolff
87-13: Stochastic Equilibrium Oscillations
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
87-12: Are the Two Houses of Congress Really Equal?
Steven Brams
87-11: Labor Quality and Productivity Growth in the U.S.: An Input-Output Growth Accounting Framework
David Howell and Edward Wolff
87-10: Long-Term Trends in U.S. Wealth Inequality: Methodological Issues and Results
Marcia Marley and Edward Wolff
87-09: Introducing the Peer Group Effect: Why Decentralization is Bad for Efficiency (But Good for Equity)
Charles de Bartolome
87-08: Investment, Depreciation and Capital Utilization
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
87-07: Predation, Monopolization and Antitrust
Janusz A. Ordover and Garth Saloner
87-06: Endogenous Cycles with Uncertain Lifespans in Continuous Time
William Whitesell
87-05: Global Equilibrium Dynamics with Stationary Recursive Preferences
Jess Benhabib, M. Majumdar and Kazuo Nishimura
87-04: On the Optimal Pricing Policy of a Monopolist
Charles Wilson
87-03: The War of Attrition in Continuous Time with Complete Information
Kenneth Hendricks, Andrew Weiss and Charles Wilson
87-02: Equilibrium in Preemption Games with Complete Information
Kenneth Hendricks and Charles Wilson
87-01: Efficiency Differences Between Foreign and Domestic Firms in Mexico
Magnus Blomstrom
86-36: Tests of Alternative Theories of Firm Growth
David Evans
86-35: Deterrence Versus Defense: A Game-Theoretic Model of Star-Wars
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
86-34: Firm Size and Foreign Direct Investment
Magnus Blomstrom and Robert Lipsey
86-33: The Relationship Between Firm Growth, Size, and Age: Estimates for 100 Manufacturing Industries
David Evans
86-32: The Export Performance of Swedish and U.S. Multinationals
Magnus Blomstrom and Robert Lipsey
86-31: Reputation and Patience in the "War of Attrition"
Lewis A. Kornhauser, Ariel Rubinstein and Charles Wilson
86-30: Involuntary Unemployment in Say and Ricardo
William Baumol
86-29: Information, Computers and the Structure of Industry
William Baumol
86-28: A Century of Productivity Improvement: Revolution in the American Standard of Living
Sue Anne Batey Blackman and William Baumol
86-27: Some Evidence on the Non-Linearity of Economic Time Series: 1890-1981
Edward Wolff
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