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83-21: The Choice of Conjectures In A Bargaining Game With Incomplete Information
Ariel Rubinstein
83-20: Methodological Issues in Accounting For Pension and Social Security "Wealth" in A Microdata Framework
Edward Wolff
83-19: Asymmetric Information and Individually Rigid Wages
Clive Bull and Raphael Rob
83-18: Advances in Supervision Technology and Economic Welfare: A General Equilibrium Analysis
Janusz A. Ordover and Carl Shapiro
83-17: Heterogeneous Information and the Real Business Cycle: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
Boyan Jovanovic and Robert A. Shakotko
83-16: Micro Uncertainty, Fluctuations of Averages and the Efficiency of the Business Cycle in an Economy with Idiosyncratic Exchange
Boyan Jovanovic
83-15: Proportional Representation in Variable-Size Legislatures
Steven Brams and Peter C. Fishburn
83-14: Were the Ordinalists Wrong About Welfare Economics?
Robert Cooter and Peter Rappoport
83-13: Exchange Rates, Prices and Interest Rates: Reconsidering the Basic Relationships of Exchange Rate Determination
Stephan Schulmeister
83-12: The Verification Problem in Arms Control: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Steven Brams and Morton D. Davis
83-11: The Economics of Termination of Parental Rights
Mario J. Rizzo
83-10: An Equilibrium Model of Search Unemployment
James Albrecht and Bo Axell
83-09: Cartels, Profits, and Excess Capacity
Martin Osborne and Carolyn Pitchik
83-08: Price Competition in a Capacity-Constrained Duopoly
Martin Osborne and Carolyn Pitchik
83-07: On Bargaining, Settling, and Litigation: A Problem in Multistage Games With Imperfect Information
Janusz A. Ordover and Ariel Rubinstein
83-06: Profit-Sharing in a Collusive Industry
Martin Osborne and Carolyn Pitchik
83-05: Two Comments On Cost-Of-Living Indices
R. Robert Russell
83-04: Internal Organization In a Dynamic Context: Some Theoretical Considerations
Richard Langlois
83-03: Subjective Forecasts and Output-Inflation Relationship
Roman Frydman
83-02: Individual Expectations and Aggregate Outcomes: An Introduction to the Problem
Roman Frydman and Edmund Phelps
83-01: Sufficient Conditions for the Existence of Periodic Cycles in Discrete-Time Intertemporal Optimization Models and Applications to Optimal Growth and the Adjustment-Cost Theory of Investment
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
82-31: Internal and External Regulation of Markets with Asymmetric Information
Carolyn Pitchik and Andrew Schotter
82-30: Individual Rationality, Decentralization and the Rational Expectations Hypothesis
Roman Frydman
82-29: A Distinction Between the Unconditional Expectational Equilibrium and the Rational Expectations Equilibrium
Roman Frydman
82-28: Research and Development, Utilization and Labor Requirements: A Dynamic Analysis
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
82-27: Financing and Investment in Plant and Equipment and Research and Development
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
82-26: Systems Theory, Knowledge and the Social Sciences and on the Reception of Noise: A Rejoiner
Richard Langlois
82-25: Implicit Contracts in the Absence of Enforcement and Risk Aversion
Clive Bull
82-24: Third-Degree Price Discrimination and Spatial Monopolistic Competition
Giora Moore
82-23: Competition and Discovery
O'Driscoll, Gerald P., and Mario J. Rizzo
82-22: Formulation and Estimation of Dynamic Factor Demand Equations Under Non-Static Expectations: A Finite Horizon Model
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Ingmar Prucha
82-21: Economics as a Process, Notes on the "New Institutional Economics"
Richard Langlois
82-20: Investment in R&D, Costs of Adjustment and Expectations
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Mark Schankerman
82-19: Defining Alternative Wage Indexation Rules for an Open Economy
Franco Bruni
82-18: Competitive Payments Systems and the Unit of Account in Evolutionary Perspective
Lawrence White
82-17: Optimal Taxation of Bequests: The Maximin Case
Alvaro Rodriguez
82-16: Foreign Exchange Dealing and the Transactions Demand for Foreign Exchange
Antti Suvanto
82-15: Trade Structure and Transmission of Inflation: Theory and Japanese Experience
Jongmoo Jay Choi and M. Ishaq Nadiri
82-14: Threat Power in Sequential Games
Steven Brams and Marek P. Hessel
82-13: Entrepreneurship and Knowledge
Richard Langlois
82-12: Lionel Robbins’ Nature and Significance, Fifty Years Later
Israel M. Kirzner
82-11: Arbitrage, Hedging and Equilibrium in Futures Markets
Jess Benhabib and Clive Bull
82-10: Supervision and Social Welfare: An Expositionary Example
Janusz A. Ordover
82-09: Subjective Probability and Subjective Economics
Richard Langlois
82-08: The Econometric Approach to Business-Cycle Analysis Reconsidered
Albert Alexander and James B. Ramsey
82-07: Are Large Firms More Powerful Than Small Ones?
Martin Osborne and Carolyn Pitchik
82-06: Equilibria for a Three-Person Location Problem
Martin Osborne and Carolyn Pitchik
82-05: Subjectivism
Mario J. Rizzo
82-04: Misses and Lakatos, A Reformulation of Austain Methodology
Mario J. Rizzo
82-03: Polls and the Problem of Strategic Information in Elections
Steven Brams
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