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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
95/2: Banks and Industrial Finance: the Experience of Brewers, 1880-1913
Katherine Watson
95/1: Evaluating Lotteries with Unreliable Probabilities: an Experimental Test of Explanations for the Ellsberg Paradox
Anna Maffioletti
94/30: Competition, Regulation and Managerial Incentives
Gianni De Fraja and Elisabetta Iossa
94/29: Entry, Pricing and Incentives: The Role of Regulatory Commitment
Gianni De Fraja
94/28: The Bid-Ask Spread with Shared Trades and Risk Averse Dealers
Peter Simmons and Silvia Gerber
94/27: Effects of Futures Trading on the Spot Market Bid-Ask Spread
Peter Simmons and Silvia Gerber
94/26: Adam Smith's Nation of Shopkeepers
Simon Smith
94/25: The Impact of Ambiguity on the Valuation of Self-Insurance and Self-Protection
Carmela Di Mauro and Anna Maffioletti
94/24: Union-Oligopoly Sequential Bargaining: Trade and Industrial Policies
Michele Santoni
94/23: Monopoly, Trade and Tariff Redundancy
Theo Hitiris and Peter Lambert
94/22: Intrinsic Bubbles and Mean Reverting Fundamentals
Alan Sutherland
94/21: An Extension of Bowen's Dynamic Voting Rule to Many Dimensions
Pierre de Trenqualye
94/20: Contracts and Social Cohesion
Pierre de Trenqualye
94/19: On the Role of Weight Restrictions in Data Envelopment Analysis
Francisco Pedraja-Chaparro, Javier Salinas-Jimenez and Peter Smith
94/18: Why You May Need Not Worry About Finite Sample Bias In Simulated Maximum Likelihood Estimation
Til Schuermann and Melvyn Weeks
94/17: Developing The Government Securities Market In India
Sandeep Bhargava
94/16: The Macroeconomic Implications Of Profit Sharing: Another Look At The Evidence From Japan And U.K
Sandeep Bhargava
94/15: Intra-Industry Trade: Theory And Evidence. The Case Of The European Computer Industry
Ernesto Somma
94/14: Accounting For Taste: British Coffee Consumption In Historical Perspective
Simon Smith
94/13: Cooperative And Non-Cooperative R&D With Uncertainty And Spillovers
Damiano Silipo
94/12: Equivalence Scales and the Costs of Disability
Andrew Jones and Owen O'Donnell
94/11: Reconciling the Evidence on the Alternative Versions of the Rational Expectations Hypothesis of the Term Structure
Elias Tzavalis and Michael Wickens
94/10: Macroeconomic Shocks and the Domestic CAPM: Evidence from the UK Stock Market
Andrew Clare, Raymond O'Brien, Stephen Thomas and Michael Wickens
94/9: Majoritarian-efficient Tax Systems
John Bone
94/8: The Dollar-Pound Exchange Rate in the 1920's: An Empirical Investigation
T. Hitiris and Andrew Tremayne
94/7: On the Behaviour of Conditional Moment Tests in the Presence of Unconsidered Alternatives after Estimation by Maximum Likelihood or Extremum Methods
Leslie Godfrey and Chris Orme
94/6: On the Specification of Labour Supply Functions: A Nonparametric Evaluation
Alan Duncan and Andrew Jones
94/5: A Box-Cox Double Hurdle Model
Andrew Jones and Steven Yen
94/4: An Imperfectly Competitive Open Economy with Sequential Bargaining in the Labour Market
Huw Dixon and Michele Santoni
94/3: Exchange Rate Realignments and Realignment Expectations
Ed Stansfield and Alan Sutherland
94/2: A Model of the ERM Crisis
Gulcin Ozkan and Alan Sutherland
94/1: Partisan Business Cycles in a Model with Separate Fiscal and Monetary Authorities
Gulcin Ozkan
93/22: Market Demand and Income Distribution: A Theoretical Exploration
Peter Lambert and Wilhelm Pfähler
93/21: Numerical Experiments on Gradient Based Algorithms for the Multinomial Probit Model
Melvyn Weeks
93/20: Circumventing the Curse of Dimensionality: An Interactive Programme for the Estimation of Multinomial Choice Models
Melvyn Weeks
93/19: An Empirical Analysis of Competition in Brand Differentiated Oligopoly
Gianni De Fraja and Alessandra Staderini
93/18: On Competition between Entrepreneurial and Managerial Firms
Gianni De Fraja
93/17: Fiscal Policy in a Monopolistic Economy
Huw Dixon and Phillip Lawler
93/16: The Productivity Miracle in the UK: What Role did Profit Sharing Play?
Sandeep Bhargava
93/15: Misspecification Bias in Data Development Analysis
Peter Smith
93/14: The Multinomial Probit Revisited: A Discussion of Parameter Estimability and Identification
Melvyn Weeks
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