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96/2: Exchange Rate Dynamics and Financial Market Integration
Alan Sutherland
96/1: Economic Aspects of an Eastward Enlargement of the European Union, with Special Reference to Romania
Ralph Vocke and Luciana
95/50: Universal decentralisation: Demand Models for Individual and Household Decisions with Household Public Goods
Maria Chiuri and Peter Simmons
95/49: Experiments and the Economics of Individual Decision Making Under Risk and Uncertainty
John Hey
95/48: Optimal Departures from Marginal Cost Pricing in the Presence of Precontractual Asymmetric Information
Fabrizia Lapecorella
95/47: Multiproduct Monopoly Regulation with Delegated Control of Incentives
Fabrizia Lapecorella
95/46: The Limits to Compromise: A Simple Characterisation of the Generalised Nash Bargaining Solution
John Bone
95/45: Testing Binomial and Multinomial Choice Models Using Cox's Non-Nested Test
Melvyn Weeks
95/44: Testing for Seasonal Unit Roots: a simple alternative to HEGY
Robert Taylor and Stephen Leybourne
95/43: Additional Critical Values and Asymptotic Representations for Seasonal Unit Root Tests
Richard Smith and Robert Taylor
95/42: Does the European Union Need a Federal Budget Yet?
Theodore (Theo) Hitiris
95/41: The Effect of Incomplete Information about Future Technological Opportunities on Pre-Emption
Ernesto Somma
95/40: Decentralized Fiscal Policy in an Imperfectly Competitive Federal Economy
Marta Aloi and Michele Santoni
95/39: Who Gains from Universal Service Obligations? A Welfare Analysis of the Rule 'One Price for Everywhere'
Alberto Iozzi
95/38: Infinite Regression in Strategic Decision Making: an application of Rice's Theorem
João Gata
95/37: Do Anglo-Saxons Free-Ride More?
Roberto Burlando and John Hey
95/36: Optimal Law Enforcement and Imperfect Information
Nuno Garoupa
95/35: Is Enforcement Effective at Reducing Workplace Risk? some evidence from the UK
Carmela Di Mauro
95/34: Measuring the Real and Nominal Macroeconomic Shocks and their International Transmission under Different Monetary Systems
Donald Robertson and Michael Wickens
95/33: The Rational Expectations Hypothesis of the Term Structure: reconciling the evidence
Elias Tzavalis and Michael Wickens
95/32: Corporate Bankruptcies, Liquidation Costs and the Role of Banks
Aydin Ozkan
95/31: Economics of Insolvency Procedures: A Game Theoretic Approach
Aydin Ozkan
95/30: On the Normative Use of Financial Statement Data
AngelFernández-Castro and Peter Smith
95/29: Optimal Regulation of a Monopolist with Collusive Agents
Giacomo Pignataro
95/28: Regulation of a Monopolist with an Imperfectly Competitive Labour Market
Giacomo Pignataro
95/27: Duopolistic Equilibrium in Simple Output Decision Rules
John Bone and Huw Dixon
95/26: Alternative Parameterizations of Dummy Variable Models
Luisa Zanchi
95/25: The Evolution of Conjectures
Huw Dixon and Ernesto Somma
95/24: A Note on Costly State Observation Contracts with Risk Aversion
Gaia Garino and Peter Simmons
95/23: After You Sir. Sequential Investment as a Solution to the Hold-Up Problem
Gianni De Fraja
95/22: Common Stochastic Trends of Real Interest Rates of the Main OECD Countries: is there a world real interest rate?
Michele Limosani
95/21: Do Firms Over-Invest in Land and Buildings? Evidence from UK Panel Data
Sandeep Bhargava and Felix FitzRoy
95/20: A Comparison Between Lump-Sum Transfer and Tied Grant with Impure Local Public Goods
Minoru Kunizaki
95/19: Repeated Random Matching Games under Restricted Information. Part I: Equilibria
João Gata
95/18: Cross-Country Comparisons of the Inter-Industry Wage Structure: Empirical Evidence with the ‘Luxembourg Income Study' Data-Bank
Luisa Zanchi
95/17: Fiscal Crises and Aggregate Demand: Can High Public Debt Reverse the Effects of Fiscal Policy?
Alan Sutherland
95/16: Industrial Liberalisation in India: Policy Issues at the State Level
Sandeep Bhargava
95/15: A Theory of Life Cycle Saving with Bounded Rationality
Jonathan Köhler
95/14: European Union's Hybrid Destination/Origin Principle of Taxation
T Georgakopoulos and Theodore (Theo) Hitiris
95/13: Income Tax Credits and Income Tax Exemptions
Peter Lambert and Shlomo Yitzhaki
95/12: Health-Care Expenditure, GDP and Integration in the Countries of the European Union
Theodore (Theo) Hitiris
95/11: Procurement Auctions with Multiple Sourcing
Peter Simmons
95/10: Parameter Estimability in the Multinomial Probit Model: the Role of Information Content
Melvyn Weeks
95/9: Hierarchies in Organisations and Labour Market Competition
Gianni De Fraja
95/8: Axelrod Meets Cournot: Oligopoly and the Evolutionary Metaphor Part 1
Huw Dixon, Steven Wallis and Scott Moss
95/7: Optimal Patent Breadth and Length with Costly Imitation
Donald Wright
95/6: Strategic Trade Policy and Signalling with Unobservable Costs
Donald Wright
95/5: Regulation and Access Pricing with Asymmetric Information
Gianni De Fraja
95/4: Slot Allocation and the Competitiveness of the Air Transport Industry: the Role of the Civil Aviation Authority
Alberto Iozzi
95/3: Cournot Competition, Technical Change and the Optimal Control of Pollution
Francesco Ferrante
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