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91-17: Threshold Effects in International Lending
Mark Spiegel
91-16: Estimation of the Survivor Model by Nonparametric Maximum Likelihood, Maximum Penalized Likelihood, and Simulation-Based Estimation
Keun Huh and Robin Sickles
91-15: Equilibrium Wage and Dismissal Processes
Christopher Flinn
91-14: The "Inorganic" Composition of Capital and the Recent American Experience
James F. Becker
91-13: The Genetic-Causal Moment in Eocnomic Theory
Robin Cowan and Mario J. Rizzo
91-12: Finite Sample Evidence on the Performance of Stochastic Frontiers and Data Envelopment Analysis Using Panel Data
Byeong-Ho Gong and Robin Sickles
91-11: Product Diversification, Economies of Scope and Risk Avoidance: An Application to Indian Agriculture
Maria Amparo Ballivian and Robin Sickles
91-10: The Cet-Ces-Generalized Leontief Variable Profit Function: An Application to Indian Agriculture
Jere Behrman, C. Lovell, Robert Pollak and Robin Sickles
91-09: Yes-No Voting
Peter C. Fishburn and Steven Brams
91-08: Oskar Morgenstern's Contribution to the Development of the Theory of Games
Andrew Schotter
91-07: Was the Great Depression a Low-Level Equilibrium?
John Dagsvik and Boyan Jovanovic
91-06: Exchange Rates and Entry, Exit and Investment in U.S. Industry
Linda Goldberg
91-05: Are Buybacks Back? Menu-Driven Debt-Reduction in Schemes with Heterogeneous Creditors
Ishac Diwan and Mark Spiegel
91-04: Endogenous Capital Utilization and Productivity Measurement in Dynamic Factor Demand Models: Theory and an Application to the U.S. Electrical Machinery Industry
Ingmar Prucha and M. Ishaq Nadiri
91-03: Internal Currency Markets and Production in the Soviet Union
Linda Goldberg and Il'dar Karimov
91-02: Bargaining a Monetary Union
Roberto Chang
91-01: Optimal Growth with Unobservable Resources and Learning
Yaw Nyarko and Lars Olson
90-53: PRODUCT DEMAND, COST OF PRODUCTION, SPILLOVERS AND THE SOCIAL RATE OR RETURN TO R&D
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
90-52: CONSUMPTION AND GOVERNMENT DEBT IN HIGH DEFICIT COUNTRIES: IS TAX-DISCOUNTING STABLE OVER TIME? THE CASE OF ITALY AND BELGIUM
Giuseppe Nicoletti
90-51: BEHAVIOR AND EFFICIENCY IN THE SEALED-BID MECHANISM
Peter Linhart, Roy Radner and Andrew Schotter
90-50: THE OWNERSHIP-CONTROL STRUCTURE AND THE BEHAVIOR OF POLISH ENTERPRISES DURING THE 1990 REFORMS: MACROECONOMIC MEASURES AND MICROECCONOMIC RESPONSE
Roman Frydman and Stanislaw Wellisz
90-49: HOMOGENIZATION, SPECIALIZATION AND THE SHARING OF OUTPUT GROWTH BETWEEN INCUMBENTS AND ENTRANTS
Tito Boeri
90-48: MARSHALL'S PRINCIPLES AND THE ADVENT OF NEO-CLASSICISM IN AMERICA
James F. Becker
90-47: AUCTIONS FOR OIL AND GAS LEASES WITH AN INFORMED BIDDER AND A RANDOM RESERVATION PRICE
Kenneth Hendricks, Robert Porter and Charles A. Wilson
90-46: INTEREST RATE SPREADS, CREDIT CONSTRAINTS, AND INVESTMENT FLUCTUATIONS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
Mark Gertler, Robert Hubbard and Anil Kashyap
90-45: BAYESIAN RATIONALITY AND LEARNING WITHOUT COMMON PRIORS
Yaw Nyarko
90-44: FINANCIAL CAPACITY AND OUTPUT FLUCTUATIONS IN AN ECONOMY WITH MULTIPERIOD FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS
Mark Gertler
90-43: ASSET RETURNS WITH TRANSACTIONS COSTS AND UNINSURED INDIVIDUAL RISK: A STAGE III EXERCISE
S. Aiyagari and Mark Gertler
90-42: MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS IN LARGE SCALE PRIVATIZATIONS-AN APPROACH TO ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL TRANFORMATIONS IN EASTERN EUROPE
Roman Frydman and Andrzej Rapaczynski
90-41: TECHNICAL CHANGE AND THE DEMAND FOR SKILLS BY U.S. INDUSTRIES
David Howell and Edward Wolff
90-40: ARMS-CONTROL INSPECTION STRTEGIES THAT INDUCE COMPLIANCE: A GAME-THEORITIC ANALYSIS
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
90-39: WHY DOES CAPITAL FLOW FROM POOR TO RICH COUNTRIES? INTEREST GROUPS AND DYNAMIC GAMES IN POOR COUNTRIES
Aaron Tornell and Andres Velasco
90-38: SEQUENTIAL DECISIONS BY A SINGLE TORTFEASOR
Lewis A. Kornhauser and Richard L. Revesz
90-37: BEYOND ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY: HOW PERFECT ARE THE "PERFECT" MARKET FORMS?
William Baumol
90-36: ON THE ECONOMICS OF THE PERFORMING ARTS IN THE USSR AND THE USA: A PRELIMINARY COMPARISON OF THE DATA
H. Baumol, William Baumol and Ariel Rubinstein
90-35: TECHNOLOGICAL IMPERATIVES, PRODUCTIVITY AND INSURANCE COSTS
William Baumol
90-34: THE DIFFUSION OF TECHNOLOGY AND INEQUALITY AMONG NATIONS
Boyan Jovanovic and Saul Lach
90-33: CHANGES IN AGE-WEALTH PROFILES:SAVINGS, REVALUATION AND INHERITANCE
Daphne T. Greenwood and Edward Wolff
90-32: THE INEQUITY OF AN EFFICIENT INDIRECT TAX STRUCTURE
Charles de Bartolome
90-31: ON THE TRANSITION TO A CURRENCY UNION
Roberto Chang
90-30: CLASSIFICATION AND AGGREGATION:AN APPLICATION TO ESTIMATING WAGE EQUATIONS FROM CPS DATA
Robert Cotterman and Franco Peracchi
90-29: APPROVAL VOTING IN PRACTICE
Steven Brams and Jack H. Nagel
90-28: CONSTRAINED APPROVAL VOTING: A VOTING SYSTEM TO ELECT A GOVERNING BOARD
Steven Brams
90-27: UNRAVELING IN EXCHANGE GAMES
Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour and Morton D. Davis
90-26: THE BOX PROBLEM: TO SWITCH OR NOT TO SWITCH?
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
90-25: ROBUST M-TESTS
Franco Peracchi
90-24: A LABORATORY INVESTIGATION OF MULTI-PERSON RATIONALITY AND PRESENTATION EFFECTS
Andrew Schotter, Keith Weigelt and Charles Wilson
90-23: EXPERIMENTATION AND LEARNING IN LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS: HARRISON'S CRITICISM REVISITED
Antonio Merlo and Andrew Schotter
90-22: VINTAGE CAPITAL, INVESTMENT AND GROWTH
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
90-21: WAGES,PROFITS AND CAPITAL FLIGHT
Andres Velasco and Aaron Tornell
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