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90-19: ARE THERE DIFFERENTIAL RETURNS TO SCHOOLING BY GENDER? THE CASE OF INDONESIAN LABOR MARKET
J.R. Bahrman and Anil Deolalikar
90-18: FISCAL POLICY, CAPITAL ACCUMULATION, AND DEBT IN AN OPEN ECONOMY
Stephen J Turnovsky and Partha Sen
90-17: TAXES AND PRODUCT QUALITY: FURTHER INSIGHTS ON OPTIMAL FROMS OF COMMODITY TAXATION
A.J. Scafuri
90-16: THE WEALTH MODEL: EFFICIENCY IN EDUCATION AND DISTRIBUTION IN THE FAMILY
Jere Behrman, Robert Pollak and P. Taubman
90-15: PREDICTABLE STOCK RETURNS: REALITY OR STATISTICAL ILLUSION?
Charles Nelson and M.J. Kim
90-14: QUID PRO QUO FOREIGN INVESTMENT AND POLICY INTERVENTION
E. Dinopoulos and Kar-Yiu Wong
90-13: TARIFFS AND SECTORAL ADJUSTMENTS IN AN OPEN ECONOMY
Stephen J Turnovsky
90-12: THE IMPACT OF BEQUESTS ON LIFETIME WEALTH ACCUMULATION: AN ECONOMETRIC STUDY OF TWO GENERATIONS OF RURAL HOUSEHOLDS IN INDIA
Anil Deolalikar and R.P. Singh
90-11: WELFARE COMPARISONS AND SITUATIONS COMPARISONS
Robert Pollak
90-10: THE LIKELIHOOD DOMINANCE CRITERION: A NEW APPROACH TO MODEL SELECTION
Robert Pollak and T.J. Wales
90-09: INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT IN AN OPEN ECONOMY
Partha Sen and Stephen J Turnovsky
90-08: THE GAINS FORM TRADE WHEN MARKETS ARE INCOMPLETE
Murray Kemp and Kar-Yiu Wong
90-07: TWO-SEX DEMOGRAPHIC MODELS
Robert Pollak
90-06: DISTINGUISHED FLOOW: HOUTHAKKER'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMICS
R.A. Pollak
90-05: CONSUMPTION WITH A POSSIBLY FINIT HORIZON
Richard Startz
90-04: THE TERM STRUCTURE OF INTEREST RATES AND INVESTMENT IN A CASH-IN-ADVANCE MODEL WITH GOVERNMENT SPENDING
R. Hartman
90-03: THE IMPACT OF MACROECONOMICS ADJUSTMENT ON THE POOR AND ON THE SOCIAL SECTROR: THE ANALYTICAL BASIS, EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE, AND A CASE COMPARISON
Jere Behrman and Anil Deolalikar
90-02: ARE HOUSEHOLDS AVERSE TO INEQUALITY OF MARKET LABOR SUPPLY AMONG THEIR MEMBERS? ECONOMMETRIC ESTIMATES FOR RURAL SOUTH INDIA
Jere Behrman and Anil Deolalikar
90-01: NUTRITION, HEALTH, AND MORTALITY IN INDIA: INCIDENCE, DETERMINANTS AND POLICY RESPONSE
Anil Deolalikar
891101: THE EFFECTS OF TAXES AND DEVIDEND POLICY ON CAPITAL ACCUMULATION AND MACROECONOMIC BEHAVIOR
Stephen J Turnovsky
89-22: THE DEMAND FOR GIFFEN GOODS IN DOWNWARD SLOPING
Y. Barzel and Wing Suen
89-19: INVENTIVE ACTIVITY AND FIRM PERFORMANCES: LATENT VARIABLE, FIXED-EFFECTS ESTIMATES FOR INDIAN MANUFACTURING
Anil Deolalikar and L.H. Roller
89-18: REQUEST BEHAVIOR IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: ESTIMATES OF PARENTAL AVERSION TO INEQUALITY AMONG CHILDREN
Anil Deolalikar
89-17: PERMANENT, EXPECTED AND INNATE POVERTY: ESTIMATES FOR SEMI-ARID SOUTH INDIA, 1975-84
R. Gaila and Anil Deolalikar
89-16: INFLATION, CORRUPTION, AND INCOME DISTRIBUTION: THE RECENT PRICE REFORM IN CHINA
Kar-Yiu Wong
89-15: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE ON NOMINAL WAGE AND PRICE FLEXIBILITY
Timothy Cogley
89-14: RATIONAL CONJECTURES EQUILIBRIA IN THE PRIVATE PROVISION OF PUBLIC GOODS
A.J. Scafuri
89-13: OLIGOPOLY AND THE TRADE EFFECT OF DISCRIMINATORY GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT POLICY
Kaz Miyagiwa
89-12: STOCHASTIC GOVERNMENT PREFERENCES, FISCAL CREDIBILITY, AND THE VALUE INFORMATION
Marcelo Bianconi
89-11a: LICENSING OF NEW TECHNOLOGY VS DIRECT FOREIGN INVESTMENT: A GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS
Kaz Miyagiwa and Leslie Young
89-11: TRANSACTION COSTS AND THE EFFICIENT ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION: A STUDY OF TIMBER-HARVESTING CONTRACTS
K.B. Leffler and R.R. Rucker
89-10: GRANT FUNDING IN ECONOMICS FROM THE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION DURING FISCAL YEAR 1987
Charles Nelson
89-09: SCALE ECONOMICS IN EDUCATION AND THE BRAIN DRAIN PROBLEM
Kaz Miyagiwa
89-08: LARGE IS BEAUTIFUL: INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER OF LOCALIZAD TECHNOLOGY AND NATIONAL WELFARE
Kaz Miyagiwa
89-07: THE LOCATIONAL CHOICE FOR DUTY-FREE ZONES RURAL VS. URBAN OPTIONS
Kaz Miyagiwa
89-06: VALIDITY OF THE RYBCZYNSKI AND STOLPER-SAMUELSON THEOREMS UNDER VARIABLE RETURNS TO SCALE
Kar-Yiu Wong
89-05: INTERNATIONAL TRADE, FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, AND NATIONAL WELFARE
Kar-Yiu Wong
89-04: FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT, RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND NATIONAL WELFARE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
Kar-Yiu Wong
89-03: THE TERM STRUCTURE OF INTEREST RATES AND THE EFFETS OF MACROECONOMICS POLICY
Stephen J Turnovsky
89-02: INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE ON THE SIZE OF THE RANDOM WALK IN OUTPUT
Timothy Cogley
89-01: THE MARKOV MODEL OF HETEROSKEDASTICITY, RISK AND LEARNING IN THE STOCK MARKET
C.M. Turner, Richard Startz and Charles Nelson
88-15: MEAN REVERSION IN STOCK PRICES? A REAPPRAISAL OF EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
M.J. Kim, Charles Nelson and Richard Startz
88-13: STRATEGIC WAGES POLICY AND THE GAINS FROM COOPERATION
Stephen J Turnovsky and Marcelo Bianconi
88-12: ON THE STRATEGIC CHOICE BETWEEN CAPITAL AND LABOR MOBILITY
Kar-Yiu Wong and L.K. Cheng
88-11: FOREIGN TRADE, MILITARY ALLIANCE, AND DEFENCE-BURDEN SHARING
Kar-Yiu Wong
88-10: THE TIME-VARYING-PARAMETER MODEL AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO ARCH FOR MODELING CHANGING CONDITIONAL VARIANCE: THE CASE OF THE LUCAS HYPOTHESIS
Charles Nelson and Chang-Jin Kim
88-09: THE CHOICE OF MONETARY INSTRUMENT IN TWO INTERDEPENDENT ECONOMICS UNDER UNCERTAINTY THE LAURSEN-METZLER EFFECT
Stephen J Turnovsky and V. D'Orey
88-08: DETERIORATION OF THE TERM OF TRADE AND CAPITAL ECCUMULATION A REEXAMINATION OF THE LAURSEN-METZLER EFFECT
Stephen J Turnovsky and Partha Sen
88-07: THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLES ESTIMATOR AND ITS T-RATIO WHEN THE INSTRUMENT IS A POOR ONE
Charles Nelson and Richard Startz
88-06: SOME FURTHERE RESULTS ON THE EXACT SMALL SAMPLE PROPERTIES OF THE INSTRUMENTAL VARIABLE ESTIMATOR
Charles Nelson and Richard Startz
88-05: INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION OF INVESTMENT UNDER UNCERTAINTY
Rasin, A, and Kar-Yiu Wong
88-04: MORAL HAZARD, MONITORING COST, AND THE CHOICE OF CONTRACTS
Y. Barsel and Wing Suen
88-03: THE ALLOCATION AND GUARANTEE OF OUTCOME VARIABILITY
Y. Barzel and Wing Suen
88-02: THE APPROPRIATE CONDUCT OF MONETARY POLICY FOR 1988: TESTIMONY BEFORE THE JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE, CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES
M.G. Hadjimichalakis
88-01: THE IMPACT OF TRAINING ON THE FREQUENCY AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT: AN ECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE EXPERIENCES OF YOUTH
R.M. Gritz
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