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91/11: Wilderness Development Decisions and the Krutilla-Fisher Model: The Case of Scotland's 'Flow Country'
Nick Hanley and Stephen Craig
91/14: Stock Prices and Macroeconomic Fundamentals
Eric J Levin
90/6: Are There Environmental Limits to Cost Benefit Analysis?
Nick Hanley
90/10: The Effects of Government Policies in a Macromodel with Multinational Corporations
Thomas Moutos
90/7: Efficient Bargains in the Context of Recent Labour Market Experience and Policy
Robert Hart and Thomas Moutos
90/8: Firm-Specific Human Capital, Rent Sharing and Efficient Bargaining
Robert Hart and Thomas Moutos
90/4: Wage Bargaining, Public Policies and Underemployment of Educated Workers in LDCs
Dipak Ghosh and Asis Banerjee
90/5: The Economics of Nitrate Pollution Control in the UK
Nick Hanley
90/9: Remittances Behaviour of a Section of Bangladeshi Migrants Living in Scotland
Dipak Ghosh
90/1: Keynes's Epistemology and Economic Methodology
Sheila Dow
90/3: Self-Selection and Optimal In-Kind Transfers
Alistair Munro
90/2: Efficient Voluntary Socialization: Professionals and Quality
Alistair Munro
89/13: Unemployment Insurance and Union Bargaining - The Insider Outsider Approach
Eric J Levin and Thomas Moutos
89/7: Towards a Model of the Central Decision-Making Process in a War Economy
W Peter Howlett
89/11: Postmodernism and Economics
Sheila Dow
89/10: Wage and Profit Sharing Compensation under Efficient Contracts
Robert Hart and Thomas Moutos
89/6: Economic Benefit Estimates for Nature Reserves: Methods and Results
D C Harley and Nick Hanley
89/14: Is There Anything Left of the Mundell-Fleming Model?
Ronald Shone
89/3: Post Keynesianism as Political Economy: A Methodological Discussion
Sheila Dow
89/2: Merit Wants, Rationing and In Kind Distribution
Alistair Munro
89/1: Problems in Valuing Environmental Improvements Resulting from Agricultural Policy Changes: The Case of Nitrate Pollution
Nick Hanley
89/9: Costs, Efficiency and Labour Demand
Robert Hart and R J Ruffell
89/8: Contingent Valuation as a Method for Valuing Changes in Environmental Service Flows
Nick Hanley
89/12: Optimal Development in a Labour Surplus Mixed Economy
A K Bannerjee and Dipak Ghosh
89/5: Turnover Costs, Unemployment and Macroeconomic Policies
Thomas Moutos
89/4: Profit Sharing: Individual Participation and Shares, and Effects on Wages, Labour Mobility and Working time
Robert Hart and Olaf Hübler
0004: Estimating Wage Equations in a Segmented Labour Market: The Case of Britain
R. Leontaridi
0003: Evidence to the Cubie Inquiry on Student Tuition Fees
David Bell
0002: Evidence to the Finance Committee of the Scottish Parliament on European Funding
David Bell
0001: McCrone Committee Report on Teachers' Pay and Workload
David Bell and Peter Elias
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