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From C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, New York University
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78-06: Power Relationships in the International Monetary Fund: The Consequences of Quota Changes
Jacob S. Dreyer and Andrew Schotter
78-05: Intermediate Technology, Employment and Economic Growth
Dietrich Fischer
78-04: The Cost of Crime to Victims: An Empirical Analysis
Mario J. Rizzo
78-03: Variable Information Structures and Rational Expectations or Rational Expectations and the Role of Monetary Policy: A Generalization
Alex Cukierman
78-02: Uncertainty, Subjectivity, and the Economic Analysis of Law
Mario J. Rizzo
78-01: The Changing Structure of the Knowledge-Producing Labor Force
Stephen Kagann and Fritz Machlup
77-27: Major Journals in Economics: A User Study
Stephen Kagann and Kenneth W. Leeson
77-26: Taxes on Capital in a Specific Factor Model With International Capital Mobility
Melvyn B. Krauss
77-25: The Effects of Precedent on Binding and Self Policing Arbitration: A New View of Arbitration
Andrew Schotter
77-24: Theory of Equity in Pricing for Resource Conservation
William Baumol
77-23: Life-Cycle Patterns of Income and Consumption
Dennis M. Bushe
77-21: The Public-Good Attribute as Independent Justification for Subsidy
William Baumol
77-20: Quasi-Optimality: The Price We Must Pay for a Price System
William Baumol
77-19: The Contribution of Research and Analysis to Economic Growth
M. Ishaq Nadiri
77-18: International Capital Mobility and the Corporation Income Tax
Melvyn B. Krauss
77-17: Optimal Lags in a Schumpeterian Innovation Process
William Baumol and Dietrich Fischer
77-16: Accounting for Business Income Under Inflation: Current Issues and Views in the United States
Solomon Fabricant
77-15: Theta-Cores in Games and the Government’s Ability to Tax
Andrew Schotter
77-14: The Entrepreneurial Role in Menger’s System
Israel M. Kirzner
76-10: Infinitely Repeated "Norm-Assisted" Games
Andrew Schotter
76-04: Public Policy and Research on the Economics of Information Transfer
Yale M. Braunstein
76-03: The Role of Information in Designing Social Policy Towards Externalities
Janusz A. Ordover and Robert Willig
76-01: Information as a Commodity
Yale M. Braunstein
75-53: On Shapely Values and Nucleoli for Public Goods Economies
Dietrich Fischer and Andrew Schotter
75-47: Composite SDR as a Pivot for Exchange Parities
Jacob S. Dreyer
75-46: Profit Maximizing Expansion Paths and Observability of Scale Economies in a Multi-Product Firm
Dietrich Fischer
75-45: A Diagram for Transforming Duopoly Output Levels into Duopoly Profit Levels
Dermot Gately and Suk-Mo Koo
75-42: An Economic Rational for Page and Submission Charges by Academic Journals
Yale M. Braunstein
75-39: Relative Price, Income and Monetary Approaches to Devaluation Analysis: A Reconciliation and Synthesis
John F. Kyle
75-34: Scale Economies, Average Cost and the Profitability of Marginal Cost Pricing
William Baumol
75-33: The Wage Bill and the Inequality of Earnings: A Programming Model of Puerto Rico
Edward Wolff
75-31: Prenotification for Price Increases
Jules Backman
75-30: Does GNP Measure Growth and Welfare?
Oskar Morgenstern
75-29: A Comparison of Various Solution Concepts for Three-Person Cooperative Games with Non-Empty Cores
Dietrich Fischer and Dermot Gately
75-27: Social Determinants of Occupational Wage Behavior
Edward Wolff
75-25: The History of Thought on Economic Integration
Fritz Machlup
75-24: Price and Wage Behavior in the U.S. Aggregate Economy and Manufacturing Industries
M. Ishaq Nadiri
75-23: The Foregone Earnings of High-School, College and University Students
Stephen Kagann
74-21: Accounting for Research and Development
Solomon Fabricant
74-20: The Economics of the OPEC Cartel: A Theoretical Discussion
John C. Kyle and Warren E. Moskowitz
74-19: The Portfolio-Balance Approach to Payments-Adjustment Theory: A Survey of Literature
Jacob S. Dreyer
74-17: Effects of Innovations on the Demand for and Earnings of Productive Factors
George Bitros
74-16: (1) Some Reflections on Utility; (2) Critical Examination of the New Foundation of Utility
Morgenstern, Oskar (1) and Amihud, Yakov (2)
74-15: (1) Government Expenditure and Money Supply Multipliers Under Alternative Conditions; (2) A Monte-Carlo Study of Weighted Least Squares Estimates Using Minqu Estimates of Variances and Other Variance Estimates
(1) Rangarajan, C., (1) Sundararajan, V., Hersh, Larry (2) and (2) Sundararajan, V.
74-14: Cash Management and the Demand for Money with Non-Linear Transfer and Opportunity Costs
George Bitros
74-13: The Measure of Complexity in Economic and Socio-Economic Systems
Peter Albin
74-12: Adjustment Costs and the Dynamics of U.S. Labor Supply
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Stephen S. Roach
74-11: Auctioning Böhm-Bawerk’s Horses
Andrew Schotter
74-10: On the Impossibility of Certain Welfare Judgments
Peter S. Albin
74-07: Business Morality and the Social Interest: Smith vs Marx
William Baumol
74-06: Capital, Competition, and Capitalism
Israel M. Kirzner
74-04: Impact of Export Fluctuations on Income: A Cross-Country Analysis
C. Rangarajan and V. Sundararajan
74-03: Distributive Justice and Optimal Taxation of Wages and Interest in a Growing Economy
Janusz A. Ordover
74-02: A Stochastic Control Approach to Factor Demand
George Bitros and Harry Kelejian
74-01: Reversals in Peak and Off-Peak Prices
Elizabeth Bailey and Lawrence White
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