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98/1: The propagation of cooperation in a model of learning with endogenous aspirations
Paolo Lupi
97/21: The Gender Balance of Academic Economics in the UK Downloads
Karen Mumford
97/20: Non-Nested Models of Labour Supply with Discrete Choices
Alan Duncan and Melvyn Weeks
97/19: On the Definitions of (Co-)Integration
Karim M. Abadir and Robert Taylor
97/18: Learning with a Known Average: A Simulation Study of Alternative Learning Rules Downloads
Huw Dixon and Paolo Lupi
97/17: Fiscal Policy in a Small Open Economy With Cournot Competition in the Non-Tradable Good Sector Downloads
Luis Costa
97/16: Density-Embedding Functions
Karim Abadir and Michael Rockinger
97/15: Monetary Union, Entry Conditions and Economic Reform
Gulcin Ozkan, Anne Sibert and Alan Sutherland
97/14: Monetary Regimes and Labour Market Reform
Anne Sibert and Alan Sutherland
97/13: An Intertemporal Model of Healthy and Unhealthy Lifestyles and Optimal Life-Span
Martin Forster
97/12: The Unitary vs. the Collective Model of Household Labour Supply with Child Care: An Empirical Test on a Sample of Italian Households
Maria Chiuri
97/11: The Second-Earner Effect on Consumption and Labour Force Participation in the Presence of Unemployment Rysk
Gabriella Berloffa
97/9: Determining the Order of Differencing in Seasonal Time Series Processes
Philip Hans Franses and Robert Taylor
97/8: A Regional Approach to Income Tax Policy
Maria Cubel and Peter Lambert
97/7: Unemployment Risk, Labour Force Participation and Savings
Gabriella Berloffa and Peter Simmons
97/6: One Factor Demand Systems
Maria Chiuri and Peter Simmons
97/5: Mixed Strategies in Strategic Market Games
Indrajit Ray
97/4: Industrial Structure, Menu Costs and the Non-Neutrality of Money
Huw Dixon and Claus Thustrup Hansen
97/3: A Normative Approach to Measuring Classical Horizontal Inequity Downloads
Jean-Yves Duclos and Peter Lambert
97/2: Endogenous Fluctuations in an Open Economy with Imperfect Competition
Marta Aloi, Huw Dixon and Teresa Lloyd-Braga
97/1: "Three 'I's of Poverty" Curves: TIPs for Poverty Analysis
Stephen Jenkins and Peter Lambert
96/46: Job Reallocation and Average Job Tenure: Theory and Workplace Evidence from Australia Downloads
Karen Mumford and Peter Smith
96/45: THE HIRING FUNCTION RECONSIDERED: ON CLOSING THE CIRCLE Downloads
Karen Mumford and Peter Smith
96/29: The Multiplier in an Economy with Monopolistic Output Markets and Competitive Labour Markets
Marta Aloi Huw Dixon and Phillip Lawler
96/28: Government Spending in a Two-Sector Intertemporal General Equilibrium Model with Imperfect Competition
Marta Aloi
96/27: Determinants of Capital Structure: Evidence from Company Panel Data
Aydin Ozkan
96/26: Investment Incentives of Financially Distressed Firms
Aydin Ozkan
96/25: Some Evidence on Optimising Models of Currency Crisis
Gulcin Ozkan
96/24: The Role of Decision Analysis in Structuring the Economic Evaluation of Sequential Clinical Decision Problems
Karl Claxton and John Posnett
96/23: Safety Valuation: Can Psychologists Help Economists?
Richard Cookson
96/22: Predicting UK Stock Returns and Robust Tests of Mean Variance Efficiency
Andrew Clare, Peter Smith and Stephen Thomas
96/21: Horizontal Inequity Measurement: A Basic Reassessment
Stephen Jenkins and Peter Lambert
96/20: Optimal Contract Design with Ex-Ante Differential Information and Ex-Post Asymmetric Information
Fabrizia Lapecorella
96/19: An Economic Approach to Clinical Trial Design and Research Priority Setting
Karl Claxton and John Posnett
96/18: Capital and Labour Markets for Health
David Mayston
96/17: Educational Attainment and Resource Use: Mystery or Econometric Misspecification
David Mayston
96/16: B. Seebohm Rowntree and the Subsistence Approach to Poverty
Rodney Hills
96/15: Bias Nonmonotonicity in Stochastic Difference Equations
Karim Abadir and Kaddour Hadri
96/14: The Influence of VAR Dimensions on Estimator Biases
Karim Abadir, Kaddour Hadri and Elias Tzavalis
96/13: Additional Critical Values and Asymptotic Representations for Monthly Seasonal Unit Root Tests
Robert Taylor
96/12: Keeping Up With The Joneses: Aspirations and Experiments without Random Matching
Huw Dixon
96/11: A Currency Crisis Model with an Optimising Policymaker
Gulcin Ozkan and Alan Sutherland
96/10: On the Practical Problems of Computing Seasonal Unit Root Tests: The Case of Non-Durable Consumers' Expenditures
Robert Taylor
96/9: Effects of Fundholding on the Prescribing and Referral Behavior of General Practitioners
Carlos Lerner and Karl Claxton
96/8: Spreads in Centralised Markets
Silvia Gerber and Peter Simmons
96/7: Seller Surplus in First Price Auctions
Peter Simmons
96/6: Product Market Competition, R & D and Welfare
Gianni De Fraja and Damiano Bruno Silipo
96/5: Shocks and Structural Differences in Households' Lifetime Utility Functions
Gabriella Berloffa
96/4: Induced Technical Change, Scientific Advance and the Efficient Control of Pollution
Francesco Ferrante
96/3: A Mathematical Programming Approach to Product Characteristics
Angel Fernandez-Castro and Peter Smith
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