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90-20: ENDOGENOUS FERTILITY AND GROWTH
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
90-19: MEASURING EXTERNAL OPENNESS: THE INDEX OF EFFECTIVE EXPOSURE
Linda Goldberg
90-18: HOMEWORK IN MACROECONOMICS II: AGGREGATE FLUCTUATIONS
Jess Benhabib, Richard Rogerson and Randall Wright
90-17: HOMEWORK IN MACROECONOMICS I: BASIC THEORY
Jess Benhabib, Richard Rogerson and Randall Wright
90-16: THE EFFECT OF CHILD CUSTODY AND SUPPORT ARRANGEMENTS ON THE WELFARE OF CHILDREN AND PARENTS
Daniela Del Boca and Christopher Flinn
90-15: STOCK MARKET VOLATILITY AND INVESTMENT: DO ONLY FUNDAMENTAL MATTER?
Marzio Galeotti and Fabio Schiantarelli
90-14: ASYMMETRIC TOURNAMENTS, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY LAWS AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: SOME EXPERIMENTAL RESULT
Andrew Schotter and Keith Weigelt
90-13: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF TWO-ACTOR ACCIDENTS
Lewis A. Kornhauser and Andrew Schotter
90-12: A NEW CLASS OF SOLUTIONS TO DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING PROBLEMS ARISING IN GROWTH THEORY AND APPLICATIONS TO DYNAMIC GAMES
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
90-11: PREDICTING EXCHANGE RATE CRISES: MEXICO REVISITED
Linda Goldberg
90-10: THE IMPACT OF THE BRADY PLAN ON STOCKHOLDERS WEALTH
Jaime Andres Batarce
90-09: MARKET FAILURE AND PUBLIC SECTOR FAILURE: IS PRIVATIZATION A PANACEA?
Jonas Prager
90-08: STOCHASTIC DYNAMICS RESOURCES MODELS WITH STOCK-DEPENDENT REWARDS
Yaw Nyarko and Lars Olson
90-07: HIERARCHY: THE ECONOMICS ON MANAGING
Roy Radner
90-06: A MODEL OF INSPECTION AND REPAIR WITH AND ENDOGENOUS NUMBER OF PROJECTS
Sharon Gifford and Charles Wilson
90-05: MATCHING AND EFFICIENCY IN THE BASEBALL FREE-AGENT SYSTEM: AN EXPERIMENTAL EXAMINATION
Haig Nalbantian, Andrew Schotter and Ken Rogoza
90-04: BAD AND GOOD NEWS ABOUT THE SEALED-BID MECHANISM: SOME EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
Andrew Schotter
90-03: LEARNING IN MIS-SPECIFIED MODELS AND THE POSSIBILITY OF CYCLES
Yaw Nyarko
90-02: ON BAYESIAN LEARNING IN OPTIMAL CONTROL PROBLEMS
Yaw Nyarko
90-01: ON THE CONVERGENCE OF BAYESIAN POSTERIOR PROCESSES IN LINEAR ECONOMIC MODELS: COUNTING EQUATIONS AND UNKNOWNS
Yaw Nyarko
89-34: REAL INTEREST RATES AND GOVERNMENT DEBT DURING STABILIZATION
Andres Velasco
89-33: A NOTE ON FINITE AUTOMATA EQUILIBRIA WITH DISCOUNTING
Michele Piccione
89-32: HAYEK'S FOUR TENDENCIES TOWARD EQUILIBRIUM
Mario J. Rizzo
89-31: THE BASIC MACROECONOMICS OF DEBT SWAPS
Andres Velasco and Felipe Larrain
89-30: THE EFFECT OF TAXES ON LABOR SUPPLY IN ITALY
Ugo Colombino and Daniela Del Boca
89-29: FINANCIAL INTEGRATION WITH AND WITHOUT INTERNATIONAL POLICY COORDINATION
Roberto Chang
89-28: MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS AND PRODUCTIVITY CONVERGENCE IN MEXICO
Magnus Blomstrom and Edward Wolff
89-27: EQUILIBRIUM CYCLING WITH SMALL DISCOUNTING: A NOTE
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
89-26: A VINTAGE CAPITAL MODEL OF INVESTMENT AND GROWTH: THEORY AND EVIDENCE
Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini
89-25: NOMINAL EXCHANGE RATE PETTERNS: EFFECTS ON ENTRY, EXIT AND INVESTMENT IN UNITED STATES
Linda Goldberg
89-24: CONCERTED LENDING: DID LARGE BANKS BEAR THE BURDEN?
Mark Spiegel
89-23: TECHNOLOGICAL VARIETY AND COMPETITION: ISSUES OF DIFFUSION AND INTERVENTION
Robin Cowan
89-22: APPORTIONING DAMAGES AMONG POTENTIALLY INSOLVENT ACTORS
Lewis A. Kornhauser and Richard L. Revesz
89-21: INTERPRETING "THE RAMSEY EQUATIONS" OF OPTIMAL TAX THEORY
Charles de Bartolome
89-20: TECHNICAL INEFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVE DECLINE IN THE U.S. INTERSTATE NATURAL GAS PIPLINE INDUSTRY UNDER THE NATURAL GAS POLICY ACT
Robin Sickles and Mary L. Streitwieser
89-19: DEBT WRITE-DOWNS AND DEBT-EQUITY SWAPS IN A TWO SECTOR MODEL
Linda Goldberg and Mark Spiegel
89-18: PRODUCTION FRONTIERS WITH CROSS-SECTINAL AND TIME-SERIES VARIATION IN EFFICIENCY LEVELS
Christopher Cornwell, Peter Schmidt and Robin Sickles
89-17: THE STRUCTURE OF TECHNOLOGY, SUBSTITUTION, AND PRODUCTIVITY IN THE INTERSTATE NATURAL GAS TRANSMISSION INDUSTRY UNDER THE NATURAL GAS POLICY ACT OF 1978
Robin Sickles and Mary L. Streitwieser
89-16: MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION, OVERLAPPING GENERATIONS, AND THE ROLE OF MONETARY POLICY
Roberto Chang
89-15: DYNAMIC FACTOR DEMAND MODELS, PRODUCTIVITY MEASUREMENT, AND RATES RETURN: THEORY AND AN EMPIRICAL APPLICATION TO THE U.S. BELL SYSTEM
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Ingmar Prucha
89-14: THE STRUCTURE OF PRODUCTION, TECHNICAL CHANGE AND EFFICIENCY IN A MULTIPRODUCT INDUSTRY: AN APPLICATION TO U.S. AIRLINES
David H. Good, M. Ishaq Nadiri and Robin Sickles
89-13: SEQUENTIAL ARBITRATION PROCEDURES
Steven Brams, D. Marc Kilgour and Shlomo Weber
89-12: ENDOGENOUS CURRENCY SUBSTITUTION, INFLATIONARY FINANCE, AND WELFARE
Roberto Chang
89-11: CONSTRAINED APPROVAL VOTING: A CUSTOM-DESIGNED ELECTION SYSTEM
Steven Brams
89-10: GROWTH ACCOUNTING AND EXTERNALITIES
Jess Benhabib and Boyan Jovanovic
89-09: WAGE RATES AND LAYOFF RISK IN A LOCAL LABOR MARKET
Christopher Flinn
89-08: COALITION VOTING
Steven Brams and Peter C. Fishburn
89-07: Approval Voting in Practice
Steven Brams and Peter C. Fishburn
89-06: LOW INCOME HOUSING ASSISTANCE: THE EFFECT OF COMMUNITY COMPOSITION ON PUBLIC EXPENDITURES AND WELFARE
Charles de Bartolome
89-05: BAYES' RATIONAL EQUILIBRIA
Yaw Nyarko
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