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91-67: Financial Integration with and without International Policy Coordination
Roberto Chang
91-66: Growth Accounting with Physical and Human Capital Accumulation
Jess Benhabib and Mark Spiegel
91-65: Coordination and Spillovers
Boyan Jovanovic
91-64: A Model of Project Evaluation with Limited Resources
Sharon Gifford and Charles Wilson
91-63: Incomplete Markets
Charles Wilson
91-62: Theories Consistent Expectationa and Exchange Rate Dynamics
Michael D. Goldberg and Roman Frydman
91-61: Multi-Defendant Settlements: The Case of Superfund
Lewis A. Kornhauser, Richard L. Revesz and Keith T. Takeda
91-60: An Experimental Study of Two-Actor Accidents
Lewis A. Kornhauser and Andrew Schotter
91-59: Indeterminacy and Increasing Returns
Jess Benhabib and Roger Farmer
91-58: Equilibrium Visions
Mario J. Rizzo
91-57: The Effects of Public Infrastructure and R&D Capital on the Cost Structure and Performance of U.S. Manufacturing Industries
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Theofanis Mamuneas
91-56: An Optimal Constitution in a Stochastic Environment
A.S. Pinto Barbarosa and Boyan Jovanovic
91-55: Imperfect Price-Reversibility of U.S. Gasoline Demand: Asymetric Responses to Price Increases and Declines
Dermot Gately
91-54: Alfred Marshall in Retrospect
James F. Becker
91-53: Evolution and Design in the East European Transition
Roman Frydman and Andrzej Rapaczynski
91-52: Privatization and Corporate Governance in Eastern Europe: Can a Market Economy Be Designed?
Roman Frydman and Andrzej Rapaczynski
91-51: Learning and agreeing to disagree without common priors
Yaw Nyarko
91-50: The Convergence of Bayesian Belief Hierarchies
Yaw Nyarko
91-49: Which Tax Rate Do People Use: Average or Marginal?
Charles de Bartolome
91-48: On the Transition to a Monetary Union
Roberto Chang
91-47: Private Investment and Sovereign Debt Negotiations
Roberto Chang
91-46: Social Conflict, Growth and Inequality
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
91-45: Game Theory and Multilateral Negotiations: The single European Act and the Uruguay Round
Steven Brams, Ann E. Doherty and Matthew L. Weidner
91-44: Variable Markups in a Model with Adjustment Costs: Econometric Evidence for U.S. Industry
Marzio Galeotti and Fabio Schiantarelli
91-43: Three Solutions to Divide the Dollar
Steven Brams and Alan D. Taylor
91-42: Price Margins and Capital Adjustment: Canadian Mill Products and Pulp and Paper Industries
Jeffrey Bernstein
91-41: Delivery Lags, Adjustment Costs, and Econometric Investment Models
Bob Chirinko and Fabio Schiantarelli
91-40: Cohort Size and Schooling Choice
Christopher Flinn
91-39: Most Games Violate the Harsanyi Doctrine
Yaw Nyarko
91-38: Arbitration Procedures
Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour and Samuel Merrill
91-37: Adjustment Costs in Stagnant and Rapidly Growing Industries
Shinichiro Nakamura
91-36: Fiscal Increasing Returns, Investment and International Capital Movements
Andres Velasco
91-35: Scoring Reversals: A Major League Dilemma
Jean-Pierre Benoit
91-34: Renegotiation in Finitely Repeated Games
Jean-Pierre Benoit and Vijay Krishna
91-33: Social Choice in a Representative Democracy
Jean-Pierre Benoit and Lewis A. Kornhauser
91-32: Voting Simply in the Election of Assemblies
Jean-Pierre Benoit and Lewis A. Kornhauser
91-31: A Generic Negotiation Game
Steven Brams
91-30: An Adjustment Cost Model of Long-Term Employment
Shinichiro Nakamura
91-29: Games Theory and Literature
Steven Brams
91-28: An Econometric Analysis of Government Tenure Histories: The Italian Case
Antonio Merlo
91-27: When is it Rational to be Magnanimous in Victory?
Steven Brams and Ben D. Mor
91-26: Level and Growth Effects of Human Capital: A Cross-Country Study of the Convergence Hypothesis
George Kyriacou
91-25: Experimentation and Learning in Laboratory Experiments: Harrison’s Criticism Revisited
Antonio Merlo and Andrew Schotter
91-24: The Aggregate Effects of Monetary Externalities
Jess Benhabib and Roger Farmer
91-23: Sprayed to Death: On the Lock-in of an Inferior Pest Control Strategy
Robin Cowan
91-22: Social Conflict, Growth and Income Distribution
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
91-21: Investment, Depreciation and Capital Utilization: Theoretical and Simulation Results
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
91-20: Imperfect Price-Reversibility of Oil Demand: Responses to Price Declines and Recoveries
Dermot Gately
91-19: Private-Beliefs Equilibrium
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer
91-18: Rational Learning Leads to Nash Equilibrium
Ehud Kalai and Ehud Lehrer
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