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95-12: Real Business Cycles with Involuntary Unemployment
Jordi Galí
95-11: Modeling Free Choice in Games
Steven Brams
95-10: How Should Voting on Related Propositions be Conducted?
Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour and William S. Zwicker
95-09: Product Diversity, Endogenous Markups and Development Traps
Jordi Galí
95-08: On Growth and Indeterminacy: Some Theory and Evidence
Jess Benhabib and Jordi Galí
95-07: What Remains of Purchasing Power Parity?
Kenneth Rogoff
95-06: Fixed Versus Flexible Exchange Rates: Which Provides More Fiscal Discipline
Aaron Tornell and Andres Velasco
95-05: Strategic Behavior in Two-Sided Foreign Exchange Auctions
Linda Goldberg and Rafael Tenorio
95-04: If Nonlinear Models Cannot Forecast, What Use Are They?
James B. Ramsey
95-03: The Analysis of Foreign Exchange Data Using Waveform Dictionaries
James B. Ramsey and Zhifeng Zhang
95-02: Indeterminacy and Sector-Specific Externalities
Jess Benhabib and Roger Farmer
95-01: A Moving-Knife Solution to the Four-Person Envy-Free Cake-Division Problem
Steven Brams, Alan D. Taylor and William S. Zwicker
94-31: The Response of Wolrd Energy and Oil Demand to Income Growth and Changes in Oil Prices
Joyce Dargay and Dermot Gately
94-30: Old and NewMoving-Knife Schemes
Steven Brams, Alan D. Taylor and William S. Zwicker
94-29: Shares of World Output, Economies of Scale, and Regions Filled with Equilibria
Ralph E. Gomory
94-28: Minimal Winning Coalitions in Weighted-Majority Games
Peter C. Fishburns and Steven Brams
94-27: Color-Blind is not Color Neutral: Disadvantage and Affirmative Action
Jean-Pierre Benoit
94-26: Infrastructure and Pulbic R&D Investments, and the Growth of Factor Productivity in U.S. Manufacturing Industries
Ishaq M. Nadiri and Theofanis Mamuneas
94-25: The Transfer of Human Capital
Boyan Jovanovic and Yaw Nyarko
94-24: The Financial Accelerator and the Flight to Quality
Ben Bernanke, Mark Gertler and Simon Gilchrist
94-23: Foreign Direct Investment, Exchange Rate Variability and Demand Uncertainty
Linda Goldberg and Charles Kolstad
94-22: On the Economics of Fiscal Populism in an Open Economy
Jess Benhabib and Andres Velasco
94-21: The Turnover of UK Teachers: A Competing Risks Analysis
Peter Dolton and Wilbert van der Klaauw
94-20: International R&D Spillovers Between U.S. and Japanese R&D Intensive Sectors
Jeffrey Bernstein and Pierre Mohnen
94-19: Notes on Ideology and Austrian Economics
Peter Boettke
94-18: Hayek’s Serfdom Revisited: Government Failure in the Argument Against Socialism
Peter Boettke
94-17: An Experimental Study of Learning in One and Two-Person Games
Antonio Merlo and Andrew Schotter
94-16: Munificent Obsession: The Reluctant Nationalization and the Protracted Privatization of the Israeli Banking System
Jonas Prager
94-15: The Bayesian Foundations of Learning by Doing
Boyan Jovanovic and Yaw Nyarko
94-14: Predation and the Logic of the Average Variable Cost Test
William Baumol
94-13: On Efficiency and Comparative Advantage in Trade Equilibria Under Scale Economies
William Baumol and Ralph E. Gomory
94-12: Outsourcing of Servicesand Productivity Growth in Goods Industries
Thijs ten Raa and Edward Wolff
94-11: Strategies for OPEC’s Pricing Decisions – Revisited
Dermot Gately
94-10: The Rationality of Surprise: Unstable Nash Equilibria and the Theory of Moves
Steven Brams
94-09: Multi-Country Tests for the Oscillator Model with Slowly Varying Coefficients
Sean Keenan and James B. Ramsey
94-08: Are Balance of Payments Crises Rational?
Andres Velasco
94-07: When is Size a Liability? Bargaining Power in Minimal Winning Coalitions
Steven Brams and Peter C. Fishburn
94-06: An Analysis of U.S. Stock Price Behavior Using Wavelets
James B. Ramsey, Daniel Usikov and George M. Zaslavsky
94-05: The Application of Wave Form Dictionaries to Stock Market Index Data
James B. Ramsey and Zhifeng Zhang
94-04: Productivity Under Group Incentives: An Experimental Study
Haig Nalbantian and Andrew Schotter
94-03: Trends in Household Wealth in the United States: 1962-1983 and 1983-1989
Edward Wolff
94-02: The Changing World Petroleum Market: Demand in the Industrialized Countries
Joyce Dargay and Dermot Gately
94-01: The Suboptimality of Incentive Contracts in a Contracting Model
Jacob Paroush and Jonas Prager
93-48: Adjustment Rates and the Second-Best Level of Government Spending
C.A.M. de Bartelone
93-47: Estimation of the Depreciation Rate of Physical and R&D Capital in the U.S. Total Manufacturing Sector
M.I. Nadiri and Ingmar Prucha
93-46: Does Game Theory Predict Well for the Wrong Reasons: An Experimental Investigation
Z. Partow and Andrew Schotter
93-45: The Imperfect Price-Reversibility of Non-Transportation Oil Demand in the OECD
J. Dargay and D. Gately
93-44: Public R&D Policies and Cost Behavior of the U.S. Manufacturing Industries
Theofanis Mamuneas and M.I. Nadiri
93-43: The "Business Cycle" as Slowly Varying Coefficients
J.B. Ramsey and C. Gilmore
93-42: Fair Division by Point Allocation
Steven Brams and A.D. Taylor
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