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85-17: The Path to Stable Deterrence
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
85-16: Unfalsified Expectations: An Alternative Perspective on Modelling Expectations in Macroeconomics
Peter Rappoport
85-15: The Efficiency of Search Under Competition and Monopsony
James Albrecht and Boyan Jovanovic
85-14: Aggregate Randomness in Large Noncooperative Games
Boyan Jovanovic
85-13: A Foundation for Three Popular Assumptions in Job-Matching Models
John Dagsvik, Boyan Jovanovic and Andrea Shephard
85-12: Chairman Paradoxes Under Approval Voting
Steven Brams, Dan S. Felsenthal and Zeeve Maoz
85-11: Perspectives on Merges and World Competition
Janusz A. Ordover and Robert Willig
85-10: Rational De-Escalation
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
85-09: New Chairman Paradoxes
Steven Brams, Dan S. Felsenthal and Zeeve Maoz
85-08: Quota-Induced Sales Games
Clive Bull
85-07: Functional Form Specifications for Models of Unemployment and Job Duration
Dale Mortensen
85-06: The Existence of Optimal Quitting Strategies for a Class of Job Turnover Models
Dale Mortensen
85-05: Strategic and Axiomatic Theories of Bargaining: Some Comparative Results
Piero Tedeschi
85-04: An Examination of Econometric Tests of the Propositions Central to the New Classical Macroeconomics
Roman Frydman and Peter Rappoport
85-03: General Equilibrium with Futures Trading
Manfred Nermuth
85-02: The Change in the Terms of Bank Lending, 1977-1984
Clive Bull and Antonis L. Karydakis
85-01: Optimal Probation for New Hires
Clive Bull and Piero Tedeschi
84-20: A Note on the Nonsubstitution Theorem With Joint Production
Manfred Nermuth
84-19: On the Welfare Consequences of Sunk Costs in a Multi-Market Model of Potential Entry
Andrew Schotter
84-18: Optimal Deterrence
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
84-17: Layoffs and Labor Hoarding: The Effects of Job Changes By Workers on Layoff
Clive Bull and Mary McCarthy
84-16: Antitrust for High-Technology Industries: Assessing Research Joint Ventures and Mergers
Janusz A. Ordover and Robert Willig
84-15: Optimal Intertemporal Consumption Under Uncertainty
Gary Chamberlain and Charles Wilson
84-14: Optimal Contract Indexation: The Change in the Terms of Bank Lending 1977-1984
Clive Bull and Antonis L. Karydakis
84-13: An Experimental Test of a Theory of Markets With Asymetric Information
Carolyn Pitchik and Andrew Schotter
84-12: Regulating Markets With Asymmetric Information: An Experimental Study
Carolyn Pitchik and Andrew Schotter
84-11: Stochastic Equilibrium Cycles
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
84-10: Stock Prices, Heterogeneous Information and Market Efficiency
Gerhard O. Orosel
84-09: Industrial Composition, Interindustry Effects, and the US Productivity Slowdown
Edward Wolff
84-08: Valuation of n-Person Games With Side Payments
Heinz Schleicher
84-07: Binding Versus Final-Offer Arbitration: A Combination is Best
Steven Brams and Samuel Merrill
84-06: Deterrence and Uncertainty: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams
84-05: On the Dynamic Response of a Firm to an Employment Subsidy With a Fixed Threshold
Mark Montgomery and Charles Wilson
84-04: Input and Output Composition Changes: Measuring the Effect on the Productivity Slowdown
William Baumol and Edward Wolff
84-03: On Interindustry Differences in Absolute Productvity
William Baumol and Edward Wolff
84-02: Unbalanced Growth Revisited: Asymptotic Stagnancy and New Evidence
William Baumol, Sue Anne Batey Blackman and Edward Wolff
84-01: Measures of Technical Efficiency
R. Robert Russell
83-34: Decomposable Inequality Measures
R. Robert Russell
83-33: Econometric Tests of the Effects of Wage/Price Controls: An Application to the Carter Program
John Hagens and R. Robert Russell
83-32: International Trade In Quality-Differentiated Products
David Dollar
83-31: Technological Innovation, Capital Mobility, and the Product Cycle in North-South Trade
David Dollar
83-30: Competitive Equilibrium Cycles
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
83-29: The "Big Link" Hypothesis in Markets With Asymmetric Information: An Experimental Study
Carolyn Pitchik and Andrew Schotter
83-28: Persistent Differences in the Size of Firms, and Demand-Based Informational Scale-Economies
Boyan Jovanovic and Raphael Rob
83-27: A Model of Scale Economies and Product Differentiation in International Trade
David Dollar
83-26: Innovation, Diffusion of Technology, and the Pattern of International Trade
David Dollar
83-25: General Equilibrium Without an Auctioneer
James Albrecht, Bo Axell and Harald Lang
83-24: Work, Rest and Search: A Theoretical Analysis of the Cyclical Behavior of Unemployment
Boyan Jovanovic
83-23: Pure-Time Reference Theory: A Post Script to the "Grand Debate"
Israel M. Kirzner
83-22: The Existence of Self-Enforcing Implicit Contracts
Clive Bull
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