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68: PEER GROUP EXTERNALITIES AND THE LEARNING INCENTIVES: A THEORY OF NERD BEHAVIOR
A.V. Banerjee and Timothy Besley
67: CAPITAL FORMATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN CHINA
Gregory Chow
66: TAXATION AND THE BIRTH OF FOREIGN SUBSIDIARIES
Hans-Werner Sinn
65: THE FLIGHT PATHS OF MIGRATORY CORPORATIONS
James Hines
64: THE TRANSFER PRICING PROBLEM: WHERE THE PROFIT ARE
James Hines
63: DURABLE GOODS AND VARYING REAL INTEREST RATES
Annamaria Lusardi
62: STRATEGY SUBSETS CLOSED UNDER RATIONAL BEHAVIOR
Kaushik Basu and Jörgen Weibull
61: AMERICAN ECONOMIC POLICY AND THE INTERNATIONAL DEBT CRISIS
Hans-Werner Sinn
60: A SIMPLE MODEL OF USELESS SPECULATION
Hans-Werner Sinn
59: TAXATION AND THE COST OF CAPITAL: THE "OLD" VIEW, AND ANOTHER VIEW
Hans-Werner Sinn
58: IS THE LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE A RATIONALLY EFFICIENT MARKET?
G.R. Donaldson
57: LAWYERS AS AGENTS OF THE DEVIL IN A PRISONER'S DILEMMA GAME
Orley Ashenfelter and David Bloom
56: FISCAL PARADISE: FOREIGN TAX HAVENS AND AMERICAN BUSINESS
James Hines and E.M. Rice
55: AN EXPERIMENTAL COMPARISON OF DISPUTE RATES IN ALTERNATIVE ARBITRATION SYSTEMS
Orley Ashenfelter, Janet Currie, H.S. Farber and M. Spiegel
54: WHAT IS NATIONAL SAVING?: ALTERNATIVE MEASURES IN HISTORICAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT
David Bradford
53: DOES A LITTLE ENVY MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE?
Z. Fluck
52: TAXATION AND WELFARE IN AN OLIGOPOLY WITH STATEGIC COMMITMENT
Timothy Besley and Kotaro Suzumura
51: CAPITAL FLIGHT AND TAX COMPETITION: ARE THERE VIABLE SOLUTIONS TO BOTH PROBLEMS?
A. Giovannini and James Hines
49: STRTEGIC ASPECTS OF PUBLIC FINANCE IN A WORLD WITH HIGH CAPITAL MOBILITY
Atish Ghosh
48: IS IT SIGNALLING EXCHANGE INTERVENTION AND THE DOLLAR- DEUTSCHEMARK RATE
Atish Ghosh
47: DOES MODEL UNCERTAINTY REALLY PRECLUDE INTERNATIONAL POLICY COORDINATION?
A.R. Ghosh and S.R. Ghosh
46: ACCOUNTING FOR REAL EXCHANGE RATE MOVEMENTS IN THE SHORT- RUN AND THE LONG -RUN
Atish Ghosh
45: FISCAL POLICY, COMPETITIVENESS, AND THE EXTERNAL BALANCE
Atish Ghosh
44: TAX COMPLIANCE AND CORRUPTION DETERRENCE: THE ROLE OF WAGE INCENTIVES
Timothy Besley and John McLaren
43: EXTENSIVE FORM REASONING IN NORMAL GAMES
George Mailath, Larry Samuelson and Jeroen Swinkels
42: UNDERSTANDING WELFARE STIGMA: TAXPAYER RESENTMENT AND STATISTICAL DISCRIMINATION
Timothy Besley and Stephen Coate
41: ECONOMIC RATIONALES FOR THE SCOPE OF PRIVATIZATION
Carl Shapiro and D.R. Willing
40: FEDERAL TAXATION AND THE SUPPLY OF STATE DEBT
Gilbert Metcalf
39: CAPITALIZATION AND THE EFFICENCY ARGUMENT FOR EQUALIZING GRANTS
W.T. Bogart
38: TAX EXPENDITURES AND THE PROBLEM OF ACCOUNTING FOR GOVERNMENT
David Bradford
37: COPYCATTING: FISCAL POLICIES OF STATES AND THEIR NEIGHBORS
Anne Case, James Hines and Harvey Rosen
36: PUBLIC PROVISION OF PRIVATE GOODS AND THE REDISTRIBUTION OF INCOME
Timothy Besley and Stephen Coate
35: RECENT TRENDS IN HOUSING CONCITIONS AMONG THE URBAN POOR
Rebecca Blank and Harvey Rosen
34: MARKET VALUE US. FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING MEASURES OF NATIONAL SAVING
David Bradford
33: THE "RATIONALITY" OF MUNICIPAL CAPITAL SPENDING: EVIDENCY FROM NEW JERSEY
Harvey Rosen and Holtz-Eakin, D.
32: INTERTEMPORAL ANALYSIS OF THE STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT SPENDING: THEORY AND TESTS
Holtz-Eakin, K. and Harvey Rosen
31: MORAL HAZARD IN WORKER'S COMPENSATION INSURANCE
Alan Krueger
30: ARBITRAGE AND THE SAVINGS BEHAVIOR OF THE STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Gilbert Metcalf
29: FEDERAL TAX POLICY AND MUNICIPAL FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR
G.E. Metcalfe
28: OPTIMAL PATENT LENGTH AND BREADTH
Richard Gilbert and Carl Shapiro
27: TWO ESSAYS ON TRAVEL SAFETY: 1- THE ECONOMICS OF TRANSPORTATION SAFETY AND DEREGULATION; 2- CONGESTION PRICING TO IMPROVE AIR TRAVEL SAFETY
Richard Arnott and Joseph Stiglitz
26: THE DIVERSITY OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: SOME EVIDENCE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
W.T. Bogart
25: CREDITS RATIONING, TENANCY, PRODUCTIVITY, AND INEQUALITY
A. Braverman and Joseph Stiglitz
24: A SHORT TREATISE ON THE PROPERTY TAX WITH SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE SLERP COMMISSION PROPERTY TAX RECOMMENDATIONS
W.T. Bogart and David Bradford
23: A NOTE ON REVENUE FORECASTINGDURING THE DUKAKIS ADMINISTRATION
Daniel Feenberg and Harvey Rosen
22: SOURCES OF TECHNOLOGICAL DIVERGENCE BETWEEN DEVELOPMENT AND LESS DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIES
Raaj Sah and Joseph Stiglitz
21: ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION, INFORMATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Joseph Stiglitz
20: AN UNCLUTTERED INCOME TAX: THE NEXT REFORM AGENDA
David Bradford
19: USING PRIVILEGED INFORMATION TO MANIPULATE MARKETS: INSIDERS, GURUS AND CREDIBILITY
Roland Benabou and Guy Laroque
18: RATIONAL PEASANTS, EFFICIENT INSTITUTIONS, AND THE THEORY OF RURAL ORGANIZATION: METHODOLOGICAL REMARKS FOR DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
Joseph Stiglitz
17: HORIZONTAL MERGERS: AN EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS
Joseph Farrell and Carl Shapiro
16: TESTING THE RATIONALITY OF STATE REVENUE FORECASTS
Daniel Feenberg, William Gentry, D. Gilroy and Harvey Rosen
14: WHAT ARE THE COSTS OF EXCESSIVE DEFICITS?
David Romer
13: VERTICAL RESTRAINTS AND PRODUCERS' COMPETITION
Joseph Stiglitz and Patrick Rey
12: PRINCIPAL AND AGENT
Joseph Stiglitz
11: SHARECROPPING
Joseph Stiglitz
10: STRIKES, WAGES AND PRIVATE INFORMATION
S. McConnell
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