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86-26: Some Evidence on the Non-Linearity of Economic Time Series: 1890-1981
Salih Neftci and Bruce McNevin
86-25: Information, Returns, and Bidding Behavior in OCS Auctions: 1954-1969
Bryan Boudreau, Kenneth Hendricks and Robert Porter
86-24: The Probability of Nuclear War
Rudolf Avenhaus, Steven Brams, John Fichtner and D. Marc Kilgour
86-23: Threat Escalation and Crisis Stability: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
86-22: Perfect Equilibria in Budget Constrained Sequential Auctions: An Experimental Study
Carolyn Pitchik and Andrew Schotter
86-21: Budget Constrained Sequential Auctions
Carolyn Pitchik and Andrew Schotter
86-20: The Diffusion and Growth of Knowledge
Boyan Jovanovic and Rafael Rob
86-19: On Competitive Cycles in Productive Economies
Jess Benhabib and Guy Laroque
86-18: The Dynamics of Efficient Intertemporal Allocations With Many Agents, Recursive Preferences and Production
Jess Benhabib, Saqib Jafarey and Kazuo Nishimura
86-17: Inference in Models With Multiple Equilibria
Boyan Jovanovic
86-16: Learning to Believe in Sunspots
Michael Woodford
86-15: Expectations, Finance and Aggregate Instability
Michael Woodford
86-14: Micro Shocks and Aggregate Risks
Boyan Jovanovic
86-13: Verifications and Stability: A Game Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
86-12: Anonymous Sequential Games
Boyan Jovanovic and Robert Rosenthal
86-11: Information Services: Perspectives From Industrial Organization and Trade Theory
Clive Bull, Janusz Ordover and Kenneth Rogoza
86-10: The Adjustment of U.S. Oil Demand to the Price Increases of the 1970’s: Have the Conservation Gains Been Overstated?
Dermot Gately and Peter Rappoport
86-09: Labor Market Intermediaries: Welfare, Wages and Vacancy Rates
Clive Bull, Oscar Ornati and Piero Tedeschi
86-08: Notes on Arms-Control Verification: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
86-07: Are the Cross-Equation Restrictions Imposed in the Rational Expectations Models Valid?
Roman Frydman
86-06: Reputation and Patience in the “War of Attrition”
Lewis A. Kornhauser, Ariel Rubinstein and Charles Wilson
86-05: On the Economic Virtues of Incompetency and Dishonesty
Andrew Schotter
86-04: Entrepreneurship and the Long Run Productivity Record
William Baumol
86-03: The Point of No Return: A Game-Theoretic Analysis of Crisis Stability
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
86-02: The Prospects for Oil Prices, Revisited
Dermot Gately
86-01: Contestability: Developments Since the Book
William Baumol and Robert Willig
85-41: Discrete Versus Continuous Time in Games of Timing
Kenneth Hendricks and Charles Wilson
85-40: Three Fundamental Productivity Concepts: Principles and Measurement
William Baumol and Edward Wolff
85-39: The Effects of Pensions and Social Security on the Distribution of Wealth in the U.S
Edward Wolff
85-38: The Evolution of a Free Banking System
George Selgin and Lawrence White
85-37: Deterrence by Variable Retaliation: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
85-36: On Continuity of Multiple-Output Cost and Distance Functions
R. Robert Russell
85-35: Accounting for Non-Interest-Bearing Currency: A Critique of the ‘Legal Restrictions’ Theory of Money
Lawrence White
85-34: Demand-Driven Innovation and Spatial Competition Over Time
Boyan Jovanovic and Rafael Rob
85-33: On the Axiomatic Approach to the Measurement of Technical Efficiency
R. Robert Russell
85-32: The War of Attrition in Discrete Time
Kenneth Hendricks and Charles Wilson
85-31: Management Error and the Optimal Structure of the Firm: A Decision – Theoretic Approach
Clive Bull and Janusz A. Ordover
85-30: Winding Down if Preemption or Escalation Occurs: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
85-29: On the Possibility of Continuing Expansion of Finite Resources
William Baumol
85-28: On Method in Economics a Century Earlier
William Baumol
85-27: Productivity Growth, Convergence and Welfare: What the Long Run Data Show
William Baumol
85-26: On the Optimal Pricing Policy of a Monopolist
Charles Wilson
85-25: Unnatural Value: Or Art Investment as Floating Crap Game
William Baumol
85-24: Unpredictability, Psuedorandomness and Military-Civilian Budget Interactions
William Baumol
85-23: The Role of Matching and Relative Demand Shocks in Generating Turnover
Clive Bull and Boyan Jovanovic
85-22: Rebirth of a Fallen Leader: Italy and the Long Period Data
William Baumol
85-21: Tournaments and Piece Rates: An Experimental Study
Clive Bull, Andrew Schotter and Keith Weigelt
85-20: Empirical Investigation of the Irrelevance of the Distinction Between Anticipated and Unanticipated Money in Explaining Output
Roman Frydman and Peter Rappoport
85-19: Unbalanced Growth, Capital Accumulation and Productivity Growth
Edward Wolff
85-18: Time Structure of Technology and the Real Business Cycle
Giovanni Ferri
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