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9001: A Modification of the Schmidt-Phillips Unit Root Test
Junsoo Lee and Peter Schmidt
8906: Innovation Strategies in Centrally Planned and Transition Economies
Susan Linz
8905: Testing the Null Hypothesis of Stationarity Against the Alternative of Unit Root: How Sure are we that Economic Time Series have a Unit Root?
D. Kwiatkowski, Peter Phillips and Peter Schmidt
8904: Testing forUnit Root in the Presence of Deterministic Trends
Peter Schmidt and Peter Phillips
8903: External Increasing Returns, Short-Lived Agents and Long- Lived Waste
A. John, Rowena Pecchenino, D. Schmmelpfennig and Stacey Schreft
8902: Modal Demand: A Spatial Approach with Applications to Transportation Demand
K.D. Boyer
8901: The Soviet Economy in Transition: A Resurgence of Reform
Susan Linz
8818: INNOVATION, IMITATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Paul Segerstrom
8817: FINITE SAMPLE PERFORMANCE OF SCHMIDT-PHILIPS UNIT ROOT TESTS IN THE PRESENCE OF AUTOCORRELATION
Junsoo Lee
8816: WEALTH INEQUALITY AS COHORTS AGE
Paul Menchik and Nancy Jianakoplos
8815: PREDICTION IN DYNAMIC MODELS WITH TIME DEPENDENT CONDITIONAL VARIANCES
Richard Baillie and Tim Bollerslev
8814: MODELING COMMODITY PRICE DISTRIBUTION AND ESTIMATING THE OPTIMAL FUTURES HEDGE
Richard Baillie and Robert Myers
8813: THE MACROECONOMICS OF DR. STRANGELOVE: AN OVERLAPPING- GENERATIONS MODEL OF THE APPOCALYPSE
R. John, Rowena Pecchenino and Stacey Schreft
8812: TRANSACTIONS COSTS, FRICTIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT AND TECHNICAL CHANGE IN THE MARKET TECHNOLOGY
Carl Davidson and Lawrence Martin
8811: INTRA DAY AND INTER MARKET VOLATILITY IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES
Richard Baillie and Tim Bollerslev
8810: RISK-BASED DEPOSIT INSURANCE: AN INCENTIVE CAMPATIBALE PLAN
Rowena Pecchenino
8809: CHOICE AMONG WAGE-HOURS PACKAGES: AN AMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION OF LABOUR SUPPLY
Jeff Biddle and G.A. Zarkin
8808: COMMODITY PRICES AND AGGREGATE INFLATION: WOULD A COMMODITY PRICE RULE BE WORTHWHILE?
Richard Baillie
8807: MACROECONOMIC EXTERNALITIES FROM SEARCH AND IMPERFECT COMPETITION
A. John
8805: ECONOMETRIC TESTS OF RATIONALITY AND MARKET EFFICIENCY
Richard Baillie
8804: THE IMPACT OF DELIVERY TERMS ON STOCK RETURN VOLATILITY
Richard Baillie and Ramon Degennaro
8803: STOCK RETURNS AND VOLATILITY
Richard Baillie and Ramon Degennaro
8802: TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, IMPORT COMPETITION, AND WORKER DISPLACEMENT
Rowena Pecchenino and J.R. Wolfe
8801: COSTLY COMMUNICATION AND THE STRUCTURE OF INCENTIVE CONTRACTS IN MULTINATIONAL FIRMS
Rowena Pecchenino
8718: DEMAND FUNCTIONS FOR U.S. MONEY AND CREDIT MEASURES
Robert Rasche
8717: DICKEY-FULLER TESTS WITH DRIFT
Peter Schmidt
8716: MULTIPLE FREE TRADE EQUILIBRIA IN A MODEL OF FRICTIONAL UNEMPLOYMENT
Carl Davidson, Lawrence Martin and Steven Matusz
8715: FURTHER RESULTS ON UNIT ROOTS AND THE COINTEGRABILITY OF DAILY SPOT AND FORWARD EXCHANGE RATES
Richard Baillie and Tim Bollerslev
8714: THE CASE FOR THE CONSOL: EVIDENCE FROM BRITISH AND AMERICAN MONEY DEMAND FUNCTIONS
Christine Amsler
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