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8899: Extensions of Estimation Methods Using the EM Algorithm
Paul Ruud
8898: The Trend in the Rate of Labor Force Participation of Older Men, 1870-1930: A Review of the Evidence
Roger L. Ransom and Richard Sutch.
8897: The U.S. Basic Industries in the 1980s: Can Fiscal Policies Explain Their Changing Competitive Position? Downloads
Barry Eichengreen and Lawrence H. Goulder.
8896: Some Reflections on the Use of the Concept of Power in Economics
Pranab Bardhan
8895: Mobility Barriers and the Value of Incumbency
Richard Gilbert
8894: The Responsibilities of a Creditor Nation
Barry Eichengreen
8893: Raiders, Junk Bonds, and Risk
Roger Craine and Douglas Steigerwald.
8892: Economic Growth and Generalized Depreciation
Steven M. Goldman and Vai-Lam Mui.
8891: Management of a Common Currency
Alessandra Casella and Jonathan Feinstein.
8890: Cheap Talk with Two Audiences: A Taxonomy
Joseph Farrell and Robert Gibbons.
8889: The Role of Potential Competition in Industrial Organization
Richard Gilbert
8888: Entry, Acquisition, and the Value of Shark Repellent
Richard J. Gilbert and David M. Newbery.
8887: Estimation of the Probability of Acquisition in an Equilibrium Setting
Bronwyn Hall
8886: Foreign Lending in the Interwar Years: The Bondholders' Perspective
Barry Eichengreen and Richard Portes.
8885: Settling Defaults in the Era of Bond Finance
Barry Eichengreen and Richard Portes.
8883: Cheap Talk, Neologisms, and Bargaining
Joseph Farrell and Robert Gibbons.
8880: Horizontal Mergers: An Equilibrium Analysis
Joseph Farrell and Carl Shapiro.
8879: Regulation Games
Richard J. Gilbert and David M. Newbery.
8878: Capitalist Technology: Endogenous Claim Enforcement and the Choice of Technique
Samuel Bowles.
8877: Class Analysis Versus World System? Epitaph for a False Opposition
Samuel Bowles.
8876: Contested Exchange: Political Economy and Modern Economic Theory
Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis.
8875: Labor Discipline and Aggregate Demand: A Macroeconomic Model
Samuel Bowles and Robert Boyer.
8874: Forward Discount Bias: Is It an Exchange Risk Premium? Downloads
Kenneth A. Froot and Jeffrey A. Frankel.
8873: Risky Business: The Allocation of Capital
Roger Craine.
8872: Factors Determining the Flow of Capital From Japan to the United States
Jeffrey Frankel
8871: The Opportunity Cost of Defense Spending: A General Equilibrium Analysis
David W. Roland-Holst, Sherman Robinson and Laura D'Andrea Tyson.
8870: Asset Values and Economic Fundamentals
Roger Craine.
8869: How the Bondholders Fared: Realized Rates of Return on Foreign Dollar Bonds Floated in the 1920s
Barry Eichengreen and Carolyn Werley.
8868: The Flexible Exchange Rate System: Experience and Alternatives
Rudiger Dornbusch and Jeffrey Frankel.
8867: Capitalists Without Capital: The Burden of Slavery and the Impact of Emancipation
Roger L. Ransom and Richard Sutch.
8866: Recent Estimates of Time-Variation in the Conditional Variance and in the Exchange Risk Premium
Jeffrey Frankel
8865: Dynamic Competition with Switching Costs
Joseph Farrell and Carl Shapiro.
8864: Coordination through Committees and Markets
Joseph Farrell and Garth Saloner.
8863: Cheap Talk Can Matter in Bargaining
Joseph Farrell and Robert Gibbons.
8762: Political vs. Currency Premia in International Real Interest Differentials: A Study of Forward Rates for 24 Countries
Jeffrey A. Frankel and Alan T. MacArthur.
8761: Alternative Approaches to the Theory of Institutions in Economic Development
Pranab Bardhan
8760: Second-Sourcing as a Commitment: Monopoly Incentives to Attract Competition
Joseph Farrell and Nancy T. Gallini.
8759: Renegotiation in Repeated Games
Joseph Farrell and Eric Maskin.
8758: Optimal Contracts with Lock-In
Joseph Farrell and Carl Shapiro.
8757: A Multistage Duel in Continuous Time
Leo Simon
8756: Discontinuous Games and Endogenous Sharing Rules
Leo K. Simon and William R. Zame.
8755: Real Exchange Rate Behavior under Alternative International Monetary Regimes: Interwar Evidence
Barry Eichengreen
8754: Some Reflections on Comparative Latin American Economic Performance and Policy
Albert Fishlow
8753: Market Forces or Group Interests: Inconvertible Currency in Pre-1914 Latin America
Albert Fishlow
8752: Monetary and Portfolio Balance Models of Exchange Rate Determination
Jeffrey Frankel
8751: Did International Economic Forces Cause the Great Depression?
Barry Eichengreen
8750: Credibility, the Optimal Speed of Trade Liberalization, Real Interest Rates, and the Latin American Debt
Jeffrey A. Frankel, Kenneth A. Froot, and Alejandra Mizala Salces.
8749: The Principle of Maximum Deterrence Revisited
Patrick Bolton
8748: Learning Through Price Experimentation by a Monopolist Facing Unknown Demand
Philippe Aghion, Patrick Bolton and Bruno Jullien.
8747: Information and the Coase Theorem
Joseph Farrell
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