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From C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, New York University
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89-04: THE DECLINE OF SEX SEGREGATION AND THE WAGE GAP, 1979-80
Judith Fields and Edward Wolff
89-03: RISK AVERSION, DEPOSIT INSURANCE, AND COLLECTIVE ACTION PROBLEMS AMONG BANKS
Mark Spiegel
89-02: THE AUTRALIAN TRADITION: SCHUMPETER AND MISS
Stephen Boehm
89-01: HETEROGENOUS AGENTS AND THE COLLAPSE OF AN EXCHANGE RATE REGIME
Linda Goldberg
88-40: ENTRY AND EXIT BARRIERS: A NOTE ON THE COMPATIBILITY OF FREE ENTRY AND COSTLY EXIT
Arjen van Witteloostuijn
88-39: CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TIME IRREVERSIBILITY OF ECONOMIC TIME SERIES: ESTIMATORS AND TEST STATISTICS
James B. Ramsey and Philip Rothman
88-38: PUBLIC EDUCATION AS AN INSTRUMENT OF REDISTRIBUTION
Charles de Bartolome
88-37: DO OIL MARKETS WORK? ARE OPEC DEAD?
Dermot Gately
88-36: DOES INTERNATIONAL COORDINATION OF FISCAL DEFICITS MATTER?
Roberto Chang
88-35: A LINEAR STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TIC-BY-TIC STOCK MARKET DATA
Hsiao-Jane Yuan and James B. Ramsey
88-34: SECONDARY PRODUCTS AND THE MEASUREMENT OF PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH
Thijs ten Raa and Edward Wolff
88-33: NUCLEAR POWER REACTORS: A STUDY IN TECHNOLOGICAL LOCK-IN
Robin Cowan
88-32: AN ESTIMATE OF A SECTORAL MODEL OF LABOR MOBILITY
Boyan Jovanovic and Robert Moffitt
88-31: ASYMMETRIC INFORMATION AND THE EXCESS VOLATILITY OF STOCK PRICES
Benjamin Eden and Boyan Jovanovic
88-30: ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL DATA AS NONLINEAR PROCESSES
James B. Ramsey
88-29: COMPETITIVE DIFFUSION
Boyan Jovanovic and Glenn MacDonald
88-28: THE U.S. DEMAND FOR HIGHWAY TRAVEL AND MOTOR FUEL
Dermot Gately
88-27: THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE HETEROGENEITY ON FIRM PROFITS AND CONTRACT COMPLIANCE
Christopher J. Flinn
88-26: CHANGES IN THE SKILL REQUIREMENTS OF THE U.S. LABOR FORCE: 1960-85
David Howell and Edward Wolff
88-25: ANTITRUST POLICY AND HIGH-TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIES
Janusz A. Ordover and William Baumol
88-24: OPTIMAL CHEATING AND INSPECTION STRATEGIES UNDER INF
Steven Brams, Morton D. Davis and D. Marc Kilgour
88-23: FURTHER EVIDENCE ON THE ASYMMETRIC BEHAVIOR OF UNEMPLOYMENT RATES OVER THE BUSINESS CYCLE
Philip Rothman
88-22: COMPARISON AND ANALYSIS OF PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH AND R&D INVESTMENT IN THE ELECTRICAL MACHINERY INDUSTRIES OF THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Ingmar Prucha
88-21: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS AND STOCK MARKET EFFICIENCY
Michael Goldberg and Stephan Schulmeister
88-20: OBSERVABLE IMPLICATIONS OF MODELS WITH MULTIPLE EQUILIBRIA
Boyan Jovanovic
88-19: CONVERGENCE OF INDUSTRY LABOR PRODUCTIVITY AMONG ADVANCED ECONOMIES: 1963-1982
David Dollar and Edward Wolff
88-18: ARE CRISIS RATIONAL? A GAME-THEORETIC ANALYSIS
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
88-17: JOINT EXPLOITATION OF A PRODUCTIVE ASSET: A GAME-THEORETIC APPROACH
Jess Benhabib and Roy Radner
88-16: ENTRY, EXIT, AND DIFFUSION WITH LEARNING BY DOING
Boyan Jovanovic and Saul Lach
88-15: ENDOGENOUS FLUCTUATIONS IN THE BARRO-BECKER THEORY OF FERTILITY
Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura
88-14: COLLAPSING EXCHANGE RATE REGIMES: AN EXTENDED FRMEWORK
Linda Goldberg
88-13: COLLAPSING EXCHANGE RATE REGIMES: THE EXPERIENCES OF MEXICO AND ARGENTINA
Linda Goldberg
88-12: FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH, AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME
Jeremy Greenwood and Boyan Jovanovic
88-11: CORPORATE TAXES AND INCENTIVES AND THE STRUCTURE OF PRODUCTION: A SELECTED SURVEY
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
88-10: THE STATISTICAL PROPERTIES OF DIMENSION CALCULATIONS USING SMALL DATA SETS: SOME ECONOMIC APPLICATIONS
James B. Ramsey and Chera L. Sayers
88-09: RATES OF RETURN ON PHYSICAL AND R&D CAPITAL AND STRUCTURE OF THE PRODUCTION PROCESS: CROSS SECTION AND TIME SERIES EVIDENCE
Jeffrey Bernstein and M.I. Nadiri
88-08: The Identifiability and Estimability of Non-Invertible MA (Q) Models
James B. Ramsey and Alvaro Montenegro
88-07: Entrepreneurship: Productive, Unproductive and Imitative: or the Rule of the Rules of the Game
William Baumol
88-06: Research and Development and Intraindustry Spillovers: An Empirical Application of Dynamic Duality
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
88-05: Social Insurance and Population Uncertainty: Demographic Bias and Implications for Social Security
Jordi Brandts and Charles de Bartolome
88-04: Interindustry R&D, Rates of Return and Production in High-Tech Industries
Jeffrey Bernstein and M. Ishaq Nadiri
88-03: Final-Offer Arbitration with a Bonus
Steven Brams and Samuel Merrill
88-02: Equilibrium Vertical Foreclosure
Janusz A. Ordover, Garth Saloner and Steven C. Salop
88-01: Presidential Power: A Game-Theoretic Analysis
Paul J. Affuso, Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
87-46: The Adjustment of U.S. Oil Demand to the Price Increases of the 1970’s
Dermot Gately and Peter Rappoport
87-45: Does Approval Voting Elect the Lowest Common Denominator?
Steven Brams and Peter C. Fishburn
87-44: International Duopoly with Tariffs
Eric Fisher and Charles Wilson
87-43: Spillover Effects, Linkage Structure, Technical Change and Research and Development
M. Ishaq Nadiri and Edward Wolff
87-42: National Security Games
Steven Brams and D. Marc Kilgour
87-41: The Sealed-Bid Mechanism: An Experimental Study
Roy Radner and Andrew Schotter
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