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From C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, New York University
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92-48: Bargaining Through Agents: An Experimental Study
Andrew Schotter, B. Synder and W. Zheng
92-47: Asymmetric Information and the Excess Volatility to Stock Prices
Benjamin Eden and Boyan Jovanovic
92-46: The Role of Human Capital in economic Development: Evidence form Aggregate Cross-Country Regional U.S. Data
Jess Benhabib and Mark Spiegel
92-45: On the Economics of Musical Composition in Mozart's Vienna
William Baumol
92-44: A Model of Cyclical International Capital Movements
A. Velasco
92-43: Animal Spirits, Capital Repatriation and Investment
A. Velasco
92-42: A Note on the Political Economy in Immigration
Jess Benhabib
92-41: "Burden Sharing" in Sovereign Debt Reduction
Mark Spiegel
92-40: Expenditure Decisions of Divorced Mothers and Income Composition
Daniela Del Boca and Christopher Flinn
92-39: Political Party Negotiations, Income Distribution and Endogenous Growth
Roberto Chang
92-38: Blak-Markets for Currency, Hoarding Activity and Policy Reforms
Linda Goldberg and I. Karimov
92-37: Multi-Defendant Settlements: The Impact of Joint and Several Liability
L.A. Kornhauser and R.L. Reversz
92-36: Labor Force Transitions of Older Workers
Franco Peracchi and Finis Welch
92-34: A stochastic Model of Sequential Bargaining eith Complete Information and Transferable Utility
Antonio Merlo and C. Wilson
92-33: Procedural Rationality and Learning in Games: An Experimental Study
Antonio Merlo and Andrew Schotter
92-32: The Privatization of New York City Subway
Charles de Bartolome and J.B. Ramsey
92-31: An Envy-Free Cake Division Algorithm
Steven Brams and A.D. Taylor
92-30: Intransigence in Negotiations: The Dynamics of Disagreement
Steven Brams and A.E. Doherty
92-29: A Ricardo Model with Economies of Scale
R.E. Gomory
92-28: A Reassessment of Dimension Calculations Using Some Monetary Data
J.B. Ramsey and Philip Rothman
92-27: Factors Behind Cross-Industry Differences in Technical Progress
Richard Nelson and Edward Wolff
92-26: Bayesian Learning in Repeated Games Leads to Correlated Equilibria
Yaw Nyarko
92-25: Bayesian Learning without Common Priors and Convergence to Nash Equilibria
Yaw Nyarko
92-24: The Role of Human Capital and Political Instability in Economic Development
Jess Benhabib and Mark Spiegel
92-23: Exports, Margins and Productivity Growth: with an Application to the Canadian Softwood Lumber Industry
Jeffrey Bernstein
92-22: Efficiency and Productivity Growth Comparisons of European and U.S. Air Carriers: A First Look at the Data
D.H. Good, M.I. Nadiri, L.H. Roller and Robin Sickles
92-21: The Imperfect Price-Reversibility of World Demand
D. Gately
92-20: Interpreting the "Many-Person Ramsey Tax Rule" of Optimal Theory
Charles de Bartolome
92-19: Fiscal Externality and Compensated Demand in Normative Tax Theory
Charles de Bartolome
92-18: Fundamental Issues in the Justification of Profits
Robin Cowan and M.J. Rizzo
92-17: The Morality of Profits, and The Struggle for Existence
M.J. Rizzo
92-16: Seasonal Economic Data As Approximate Harmonic Oscillators
J.B. Ramsey
92-15: Private Affluence, Public Squalor
William Baumol
92-14: Economic Analysis of the Treatment of Malaria: A Case Study
Charles de Bartolome and S.A. Vosti
92-13: Are Adjustment Costs for Labor Asymetric? An Econometric Test On Panel Data for Italy
F. Jaramillo, Fabio Schiantarelli and Alessandro Sembenelli
92-12: Dynamics and Asymetric Adjustment in Insider-Outsider Models
F. Huizinga and Fabio Schiantarelli
92-11: Moscow Black Markets and Official Markets for Foreign Exchange: How Much Flexibility in Flexible Rates?
Linda Goldberg
92-10: Scale Economies, Regions of Multiple Trade Equilibria, and the Gains from Acquisition of Industries
R.E. Gomory and William Baumol
92-09: Oil Demands in the US and Japan: why the Demand Reductions Caused by the Price Increases of the 1970's won't be Reversed by the Price Declines of the 1980's
D. Gately
92-08: Monetary Policy, Business Cycles and the Behavior of Small Manufacturing Firms
Mark Gertler and Simon Gilchrist
92-07: Putting the Other Side "On Notice" Can Induce Compliance in Arms Control
D.M. Kilgour and Steven Brams
92-06: A Model of Fiscal Deficits and Delayed Fiscal Reforms
A. Velasco
92-05: Interior Quality Equilibrium and the Effect of a Government Subsidy
C.S. Seo
92-04: A Ricardo Model with Economies of Scale
R.E. Gomory
92-03: Sovereign Risk Exposure with Potential Liquidation: the Performance of Alternative Forms of External Finance
Mark Spiegel
92-02: Two Stage Auctions II: Common-Value Strategies and the Winner's Curse
Steven Brams and A.D. Taylor
92-01: Two Stage Auctions I: Private-Value Strategies
Steven Brams and A.D. Taylor
91-70: Equilibrium Dismissal Without Stigma
Christopher Flinn
91-69: Re-examining the Empirical Performance of the Monetary Models of the Exchange Rate: A Problem of Structural Change
Michael D. Goldberg and Roman Frydman
91-68: Cooperation Between Divorced Parents and Compliance with Child Support Orders
Daniela Del Boca and Christopher Flinn
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