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Continued by University of East Anglia Applied and Financial Economics Working Paper Series.

From School of Economics, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
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9902: European Integration and Geographical Concentration of Swedish Multinationals
Thomas Mathä
9901: A Solution to the Problem of Deception in Economics Experiments
Nicholas Bardsley
9815: SEM and the Changing Structure of EU Manufacturing, 1987-1993
S. Davies, Laura Rondi and Alessandro Sembenelli
9813: Does Technological Innovation Improve Household Food Security??
W. Negatu and Ashok Parikh
9811: Endogeneizing Switching Costs: Mix and Match in a Dynamic Framework
B.G. Marinoso
9810: Missing Women in Indian Districts: an Entitlements Approach
S. Agnihotri, R. Palmer-Jones and Ashok Parikh
9809: Between Cultures and Markets: an Eclectic Analysis of Juvenile Gender Ratios in India
Indraneel Dasgupta, R. Palmer-Jones and Ashok Parikh
9808: Monopoly in the UK: What Determines whether the MMC finds against the Investigated Firms?
S.W. Davies, Nigel Driffield and R. Clarke
9807: The Domestic Market Effect: a Strategic Model of the Choice between Exporting and Multinational Production with Cost-Reducing R&D Expenditures
Stephen Pavelin
9806: A Microeconometric Test of Alternative Stochastic Theories of Risky Choice
Graham Loomes, Peter Moffatt and Robert Sugden
9805: Constraints on Non-Linear Pricing and Taxation
Alistair Munro
9804: Loss Aversion and Welfare Economics
Alistair Munro
9803: On the theory of reference-dependent preferences (revised)
Alistair Munro and Robert Sugden
9802: Experimental Economics: Hard Science or Wasteful Tinkering
Chris Starmer
9801: Experiments in Economics...(Should We Trust the Dismal Scientists In White Coats?)
Chris Starmer
9707: An Incomplete Contract Theory of Contract Duration and Specific Investment
B.R. Lyons
9706: Playing Away to Win at Home: A Strategic Model of the Choice Between Exporting and Multinational Production with Cost-Reducing R&D Expenditures
Stephen Pavelin
9704: Conjectural Variation Models and Supergames with Price-Competition in a Differentiated Product Oligopoly
M. Pfaffermayer
9703: Welfare Measurement Under Habit Forming Tastes
Maria De Paola
9701: Investigation to Stochastic Preference Theory Using Exeprimental Data
Enrica Carbone
_003: European Integration and Geographical Concentration of Swedish Multinationals
Thomas Mathae
_002: Experiments in Economics... (should we trust the dismal scientists in white coats?)
Chris Starmer
_001: Focal Points, Preferences and the Generation of Meaning
Liam Aspin
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