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e94/5: The Effects of Information in Contingent Markets for Enviromental Goods
Nick Hanley and Alistair Munro
94/6: The Japanese Bonus System and Human Capital
Robert Hart and Seiichi Kawasaki
94/9: Fiscal Policy and Consumption: New Evidence from the United States
Julia Darby and Jim Malley
94/5: Consumption, Forward Looking Behaviour and Financial Deregulation
Julia Darby and Jonathan Ireland
94/3: Intergenerational Modelling of the Greenhouse Effect
Clive Spash
94/4: Understanding Markets
Brian Loasby
94/10: Methodological Pluralism and Pluralism of Method
Sheila Dow
e94/9: Nitrate Pollution Due to Agriculture, Project Report No. 3: Should the Polluter Pay?
David Parsisson, Nick Hanley and Clive Spash
94/12: Endogenous Money
Sheila Dow
93/10: Agricultural Land Conversion, Sustainable Development, and the Stock of Natural Capital
Nick Hanley and Ben White
93/12: Preferences, Information and Biodiversity Preservation
Nick Hanley and Clive Spash
93/9: The Religious Content of Economics
Sheila Dow
93/6: Excess Labour and the Business Cycle: A Comparativer Study of Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States
Robert Hart and Jim Malley
93/4: Japanese Bonuses: Rent Shares, Profit Shares or Disguised Wages?
Robert Hart and Seiichi Kawasaki
93/5: Unemployment and Consumption: The Case of Motor-Vehicles
Jim Malley and Thomas Moutos
93/3: Production Function Underlying Kaldor's Technical Progress Function (Revised)
Dipak Ghosh and Asis Banerjee
93/1: The Gilts Market as an On-Line Window on Expected Inflation
Eric J Levin
93/2: Does the Gold Market Reveal Real Interest Rates?
Eric Levin, Dipak Ghosh and Abhay Abhyankar
93/7: Uncertainty About Uncertainty
Sheila Dow
93/13: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Paper Recycling: A Case Study and Some General Principles
Nick Hanley and Rick Slark
93/8: Horizontalism: A Critique
Sheila Dow
93/11: Future Harm and Current Obligations: The Case of Global Warming
Clive Spash
92/7: Pricing to Market, Exchange Rates & Macroeconomic Policies
Jim Malley and Thomas Moutos
92/2: Efficiency and Distributional Aspects of Market Mechanisms in the Control of Pollution: An Empirical Analysis
Nick Hanley and Ian Moffatt
92/1: The Cost of Overtime Hours in British Production Industries
Robert Hart and Robin J Ruffell
92/11: Valuing the Environment: Recent UK Experience and an Application to Green Belt Land
Nick Hanley and Jacqui Knight
92/8: Reading the Message from the UK Indexed Bond Market: Real Interest Rates, Expected Inflation and the Risk Premium
Eric J Levin and Laurence Copeland
92/13: Protecting Sites of Special Scientific Interest: Intrinsic and Utilitarian Values
Clive Spash and Ian A Simpson
92/12: Earnings Inequality Among Women in Great Britain 1975-1990
David Bell and Alison Coleman
92/15: Hours, Workers, Effort and Workforce Quality: an Empirical Model of the Japanese Labour Market
Robert Hart and Seiichi Kawasaki
92/10: The Valuation of Forest Characteristics
Nick Hanley and Robin Ruffell
92/3: Measuring Demographic Impacts of Development Projects: Some Methodological Pitfalls
Dipak Ghosh
92/5: The Economics of Independence Re-Visited
David Bell and Sheila Dow
92/4: The Rights and Wrongs of Intergenerational Externalities
Clive Spash
92/6: Distinguishing Between Keynesian and Classical Unemployment: Evidence from France, Germany and the U.S
Jim Malley and Thomas Moutos
92/9: Fiscal and Monetary Policy Rules in a Monetary Union
Thomas Moutos
92/16: Does Government Employment "Crowd-Out" Private Employment?: Evidence from Sweden
Jim Malley and Thomas Moutos
92/14: Quasi-Permanent Employment and the Comparative Theory of Coalitional and Neoclassical Firms
Robert Hart and Thomas Moutos
91/14: Stock Prices and Macroeconomic Fundamentals
Eric J Levin
91/9: Discrimination by Efficiency Wages
Wilhelm Lorenz
91/6: The Specification, Estimation and Simulation of a Small Global Macroeconomic Model
Jim Malley, David Bell and John Foster
91/5: The Regional Impact of Changes in Interest Rates
Christopher Ash and David Bell
91/3: On the Effects of Rationing Under Imperfect Competition
Alistair Munro
91/4: A Note on Taxation, Imperfect Competition and the Balanced Budget Multiplier
Hassan Molana and Thomas Moutos
91/10: Poverty in Australia: A Study of the Implications of Education, Houshold Formation and the Labour Market Experience of the Young
David Bell, Russell J Rimmer and Sheila M Rimmer
91/12: Tax Evasion and the Balance of Payments
Thomas Moutos
91/13: Design Bias in Contingent Valuation Studies: The Impact of Information
Nick Hanley and Alistair Munro
91/8: Shadow Projects and the Stock of Natural Capital: A Cautionary Note
Alistair Munro and Nick Hanley
91/11: Wilderness Development Decisions and the Krutilla-Fisher Model: The Case of Scotland's 'Flow Country'
Nick Hanley and Stephen Craig
91/1: Real Interest Rates, Expected Inflation, and Indexed Linked Bonds
Eric J Levin
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