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From C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, New York University
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80-09: Individually Rational Expectations and Market Behavior
Roman Frydman
80-08: The Myth of Continuous Inflation: United States Experience, 1700-1980
Walter W. Haines
80-07: Discrimination and Market Structure
Reuven Brenner
80-06: Economics and Game Theory: A Survey
Andrew Schotter and Gerhard Schwodiauer
80-05: On the Consequences of Costly Litigation in the Model of Single Activity Accidents: Some New Results
Janusz A. Ordover
80-04: Informationally Efficient Breach Rules
Andrew Schotter
80-03: On the Theory of Productivity and Unbalanced Growth
William Baumol and Edward Wolff
80-02: An Exploration Into the Determinants of Research Intensity
Ariel Pakes and Mark Schankerman
80-01: A Theory of Development, or Markets and Human Capital in Primitive Societies
Reuven Brenner
79-34: Law Amid Flux: The Economics of Negligence and Strict Liability in Tort
Mario J. Rizzo
79-33: Sectoral Productivity Slowdown
M. Ishaq Nadiri
79-32: A "Textbook" Model of Inflation and Unemployment
Franz Hof and Helmut Prisch
79-31: Causal Apportionment in Tort Law
Frank S. Arnold and Mario J. Rizzo
79-30: The Effects of 'Double-Counting' on the Measured Contribution of Research and Development
Mark A. Schankerman
79-29: Pareto Optimal Bidding Mechanisms Under Asymmetric Information
John Kambhu
79-28: Incompetents and Charlatans in Markets With Asymmetric Information: The Endogenous Evolution of Industry Ethics
Andrew Schotter
79-27: Explaining Changes in Balances of Payments and Foreign-Exchange Rates: A Polemic Without Graphs, Algebra and Citations
Fritz Machlup
79-26: Long-Term Contracts, the Prisoner’s Dilemma and X-Efficiency
Reuven Brenner
79-25: Why Do People Discriminate?
Reuven Brenner
79-24: Why Do People Leave Inheritance?
Reuven Brenner
79-23: Human Capital and Changing Circumstances
Reuven Brenner
79-22: Optimal Economic Search and Labor Market Policy: An Experimental Study
Yale Braunstein and Andrew Schotter
79-21: Redistributing Incomes: Ex Ante or Ex Post
Janusz A. Ordover
79-20: Optimal Economic Search: An Experimental Study
Yale Braunstein and Andrew Schotter
79-19: The Economics of Tipping and Gratuities: An Essay in Institution Assisted Micro-Economics
Andrew Schotter
79-18: Forms for Empirical Cost Functions to Evaluate Efficiency of Industry Structure
William Baumol, Dietrich Fischer and M. Ishaq Nadiri
79-17: Price Expectations, Foreign Exchange and Interest Rates and Demand for Money in an Open Economy
M. Ishaq Nadiri
79-16: Contributions and Determinants of Research and Development Expenditures in the US Manufacturing Industries
M. Ishaq Nadiri
79-15: Life-Cycle Patterns in the Household Accumulation of Wealth
Edward Wolff
79-14: The Structure of Production, Technological Change and the Rate of Growth of Total Factor Productivity in the Bell System
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Mark A. Schankerman
79-13: Human Motivation and Economic Growth
Haines, Walter, W.
79-12: The Role of Information in Designing Social Policy Towards Externalities
Janusz A. Ordover and Robert D. Wellig
79-11: Economic Costs, Moral Costs or Retributive Justice: The Rationale of Criminal Law
Mario J. Rizzo
79-10: The Tendency Toward Efficiency in the Common Law
Frank S. Arnold and Mario J. Rizzo
79-09: On the Concept of Optimal Taxation in an Overlapping-Generations Model of Efficient Growth
Janusz A. Ordover and Edmund Phelps
79-08: Evolutionary Stable Market Equilibria
Andrew Schotter
79-07: Sluggish Price Adjustments and the Effectiveness of Monetary Policy Under Rational Expectations
Roman Frydman
79-05: Products Liability in Markets With Heterogenous Consumers
Janusz A. Ordover
79-04: Efficient Estimation of Nonlinear Regression Models With Autocorrelated Errors
Roman Frydman
79-03: I Waive My Right To Read This Recommendation: A Theoretical Analysis of the Buckley Amendment
Michael Manove and Janusz A. Ordover
79-02: On the Nonexistence of Pareto Superior Outlay Schedules
Janusz A. Ordover and John C. Panzar
79-01: Supergames and Diffusion Processes: A Theory of Norm and Institution Assisted Supergames
Simeon M. Berman and Andrew Schotter
78-18: Income Support and the Poverty Trap
N.A. Barr and B. Stein
78-13: The Rate of Obsolescence of Knowledge, Research Gestation Labs, and the Private Rate of Return to Research Resources
Ariel Pakes and Mark A. Schankerman
78-12: Inflation, Tax Deductibility of Depreciation at Historical Costs, the Longevity of Capital and the Real Economy
Alex Cukierman
78-11: The Relationship Between Relative Prices and the General Price Level: A Suggested Interpretation
Alex Cukierman
78-10: Regulatory Reform in Banking, or Taking the Bull By the Horns
Jonas Prager
78-09: OPEC Pricing and Output Decisions: A Partition Function Approach to OPEC Stability
Dermot Gately
78-08: Federal Off-Shore Lease Sales and a Theoretical Analysis of Alternative Bidding Procedures
James B. Ramsey
78-07: The Possibility of Major, Abrupt Increases in World Oil Prices by 1990
Dermot Gately
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