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93-41: Empirical Exchange Rate Models and Shifts in the Co-Integrating Vector
M.D. Goldberg and R. Frydman
93-40: Growth and Dual Economy
Magnus Blomstrom and Edward Wolff
93-39: Time Irreversibility and Business Cycle Asymmetry
J.B. Ramsey and Philip Rothman
93-38: Equilibrium Wage and Dismissal Processes
Christopher Flinn
93-37: Integrating Tax Distortions and Externality Theory
Charles de Bartolome
93-36: The "Types" of a Baysian Equilibrium
Yaw Nyarko
93-35: The Savage-Bayesian Foundations of Economic Dynamics
Yaw Nyarko
93-34: The Life Cycle of a Competitive Industry
Boyan Jovanovic and Glenn MacDonald
93-33: Heterogeneity in Bank Valuation of LCD Debt: Evidence from the 1988 Brazilian Debt-Reduction Program
Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Ishac Diwan and Mark Spiegel
93-32: Regional Competition for Domestic and Foreign Investment: Evidence from State Development Expenditures
Charles de Bartolome and Mark Spiegel
93-31: Innovations and Technological Spillovers
M.I. Nadiri
93-30: Would Ross Perot Have Won the 1992 Presidential election Under Approval Voting?
Steven Brams and S. Merrill
93-29: Fair Division Pareto-Optimality Versus Strategic Robustness
Steven Brams and A.D. Taylor
93-28: Forecatability of Driven Oscillators with Noise
J.B. Ramsey and S. Keenan
93-27: A Practica Person's Guide to Mechanism Selection: Some Lessons from Experimental Economics
Andrew Schotter
93-26: Communication and Coordination in Signalling Games: An Experimental Study
Barry Sopher and I. Zapater
93-25: Industry Wage Differentials and the Gender Wage Gap
J. Fields and Edward Wolff
93-24: Evaluating the Cost of Conscription in the Netherlands
Guido Imbens and Wilbert van der Klaauw
93-23: Female Labor Supply and Marital Status Decisions: A Life Cycle Model
Wilbert van der Klaauw
93-22: On the Perils of Privatization
William Baumol
93-21: Qualitative Rationality and Behavior in the Foreign Exchange Market
M.D. Goldberg and R. Frydman
93-20: Social Wants and Dismal Science: The Curious Case of the Climbing Costs of Health and Teaching
William Baumol
93-19: U.S. Commercial Banking: Trends, Cycles, and Policy
J.H. Boyd and Mark Gertler
93-18: Investment in Manufacturing, Exchange-Rate and External Exposure
Linda Goldberg and Jose Campa
93-17: Departures from the Ruble Zone: The Implications of Adopting Independent Currencies
Linda Goldberg, B.W. Ickes and R. Ryterman
93-16: Rationalizing Child Support Decisions
Daniela Del Boca and Christopher Flinn
93-15: Multi-Defendant Settlements Under Joint and Several Liability: The Problem of Insolvency
L.A. Kornhauser and R.L. Revesz
93-14: Fixed-Premium Deposit Insurance and Collective Action Problems Among Banks
Mark Spiegel
93-13: Uniqueness and Indeterminacy: Transitional Dynamics in a Model of Endogenous Growth
Jess Benhabib and Roberto Perli
93-12: Contracting Out Government Services: Lessons from the Private Sector
J. Prager
93-11: The Diversification of Production
Boyan Jovanovic
93-10: Production, Financial Structure and Productivity Growth in U.S. Manufacturing
Jeffrey Bernstein and M.I. Nadiri
93-09: Social Choice in a Representative Democracy
J.P. Benoit and L. Kornhauser
93-08: Changes in the Information-Intensity of the U.S. Workplace Since 1950: Has Information Technology Made a Difference
David Howell and Edward Wolff
93-07: Multi-Defendant Settlements: The Impact of Joint and Several Liability
L.A. Kornhauser and R.L. Revesz
93-06: A Stochastic Model of Sequential Bargaining with Complete Information and Non-Transferable Utility
Antonio Merlo and C. Wilson
93-05: A Stochastic Model of Sequential Bargaining with Complete Information and Transferable Utility
Antonio Merlo and C. Wilson
93-04: A Model of Endogenous Fiscal Deficits and Delayed Fiscal Reforms
A. Velasco
93-03: Follow the Leader: On Growth and Diffusion
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
93-02: Monetary Policy, Business Cycles and the Behavior of Small Manufacturing Firms
Mark Gertler and Simon Gilchrist
93-01: Fairness and Survival in Ultimatum and Dictatorship Games
Andrew Schotter, Avi Weiss and I. Zapater
92-57: An Experimental Study of Two-Actor Accidents
L.A. Kornhauser and Andrew Schotter
92-56: Exchange-rate Unification with Black Market Leakages: Russia 1992
Linda Goldberg
92-55: Bargaining Over Governments in a Stochastic Environment
Antonio Merlo
92-54: Toward a Theory of Industrial Policy-Retainable Industries
William Baumol and R.E. Gomory
92-53: How Representative Are Matched Cross Sections? Evidence from the Current Population Survey
F. Paracchi and Finis Welch
92-52: Theory of Moves: Overview and Examples
Steven Brams and Walter Mattli
92-51: Cycles of Conflict
Steven Brams
92-50: Contracting Out: Theory and Policy
J. Prager
92-49: The Conditional Distribution of Excess Returns: An Empirical Analysis
S. Foresi and F. Paracchi
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