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82-02: Measuring Labor Compensation in Controls Programs
J. Stuart McMenamin and R. Robert Russell
82-01: Macroeconomics of Stagflation Under Flexible Exchange Rates
Pentti J.K. Kouri
81-31: Externalities in the Von Neuman Growth Model
Dietrich Fischer
81-30: Why Are There Firms
Richard Langlois
81-29: A Duopoly Model With Endogenous Leader-Follower, Follower-Leader or Follower-Follower Equilibrium Conventions of Behavior
Simeon M. Berman and Andrew Schotter
81-28: Job Search: The Choice of Intensity
Jess Benhabib and Clive Bull
81-27: Peak Pricing, Congestion and Fairness
William Baumol and Dietrich Fischer
81-26: Invulnerability Without Threat: The Swiss Concept of General Defense
Dietrich Fischer
81-25: Equilibrium Strategies For Final-Offer Arbitration
Steven Brams and Samuel Merrill
81-24: OPEC: Retrospective and Prospects, 1973-1990
Dermot Gately
81-23: The Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Parameters Contained within Finitely Bounded Compact Sets: Some Preliminary Results
James B. Ramsey
81-22: Knowing, Expecting, and Theorizing
Driscoll, Gerald P.,
81-21: Additive Decomposable Inequality Measures
R. Robert Russell
81-20: A Theory of Economic Loss in the Law of Torts
Mario J. Rizzo
81-19: Profitability and Growth: A Model of Capital Accumulation in an Economy with Capital Shortage and Excess Supply of Labour
Pentti J.K. Kouri
81-18: The Imputation Theory of Proximate Cause: An Economic Framework
Mario J. Rizzo
81-17: Macroeconomic Adjustment to Interest Rate Disturbances: Real and Monetary Aspects
Pentti J.K. Kouri
81-16: Allen and Kenen on Asset Markets, Exchange Rates, and Economic Integration: A Review Article
Pentti J.K. Kouri
81-15: Modeling OPEC Behavior
Dermot Gately
81-14: An Alternative Perspective on Econometric Tests of the National Expectations Hypothesis
Roman Frydman and Mark Schankerman
81-13: Arbitrage, Hedging and Equilibrium in Futures Markets
Jess Benhabib and Clive Bull
81-12: Towards an Understanding of Market Processes: Individual Expectations, Market Behavior and Convergence to Rational Expectations Equilibrium
Roman Frydman
81-11: The Optimal Quantity of Money: A Formal Treatment
Jess Benhabib and Clive Bull
81-10: The Effect of Risk on Interest Rates: A Synthesis of the Macroeconomic and Financial Views
Pentti J.K. Kouri
81-09: Balance of Payments and the Foreign Exchange Market: A Dynamic Partial Equilibrium Model
Pentti J.K. Kouri
81-08: Why Take a Game Theoretical Approach to Economics? Institutions, Economics and Game Theory
Andrew Schotter
81-07: On Blame-Free and Theft-Free Allocations and Equilibria
Andrew Schotter
81-06: Dynamics of an Arms Race With Offensive or Defensive Arms
Dietrich Fischer
81-05: An Economic Definition of Predatory Product Innovation
Janusz A. Ordover and Robert Willig
81-04: Product Liability Rules and Moral Hazard
John Kambhu
81-03: Perspectives on the Stagflation of the 1970’s
Pentti J.K. Kouri and Jorge Braga de Macedo
81-02: Rational Expectations, Monetary Data and Fed Watching
Clive Bull
81-01: Optimal Choice of Supplier Under Asymmetric Information and Moral Hazard
John Kambhu
80-27: Absorbing Outcomes in 2 x 2 Games
Steven Brams and Hessel Marek
80-26: Mechanisms That Reveal Optimal Choice of Supplier Under Asymmetric Information
John Kambhu
80-25: Rational Expectations of Government Policy: An Application of Newcomb’s Problem
Roman Frydman
80-24: On the Interpretation of the Lucas Supply Function in Rational Expectations Models
Clive Bull and Roman Frydman
80-23: Another Look at the Subjectivism of Costs
Israel M. Kirzner
80-22: Information and the Law: Evaluating Legal Restrictions on Competitive Contracts
Janusz A. Ordover and A. Weiss
80-21: On the Political Sustainability of Taxes
Janusz A. Ordover and Andrew Schotter
80-20: When is the Incentive Problem Real?
Simeon M. Berman and Andrew Schotter
80-19: Unanimity of Opinions and Convergence to Rational Expectations Equilibrium
Roman Frydman
80-18: Technical Change, Returns to Scale and the Productivity Slowdown
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Mark A. Schankerman
80-17: Variable Cost Functions and the Rate of Return to Quasi-Fixed Factors: An Application to R&D in the Bell System
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Mark A. Schankerman
80-16: Keynes and His Grandchildren: A Fiftieth Anniversary Reflection on Growth and Life
Walter W. Haines
80-14: On the Nonlinear Pricing of Inputs
Janusz A. Ordover and John C. Panzar
80-13: Optimal Resource Allocation in Presidential Primaries
Steven Brams and Morton D. Davis
80-12: Producers Theory
M. Ishaq Nadiri
80-11: Mathematics and Theology: Game-Theoretic Implications of God’s Omniscience
Steven Brams
80-10: Nonmyoptic Equilibria
Steven Brams and Donald Wittman
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