99-14 Gabriel Gonzalez Konig
"Return migration: Theory & evidence from returning migrants to Western Mexico"
99-13 F.W. McElroy
"An Inequality Related to Chebyshev's"
99-12 John T. Cuddington and Hong Liang
"Will the Emergence of the Euro Affect World Commodity Prices?"
99-11 James Albrecht and Susan Vroman
A Matching Model with Endogenous Skill Requirements
99-10 Carol Ann Rogers and Kenneth A. Swinnerton
"Inequality, Productivity, and Child Labor"
99-08 Matthew Haag and Roger Lagunoff
"Social Norms, Local Interaction, and Neighborhood Planning"
99-06 Roger Lagunoff and Akihiko Matsui
"Are "Anti-Folk Theorems" in Repeated Games Nongeneric?"
99-05 Kenneth A. Swinnerton and Carol Ann Rogers
"The Economics of Child Labor: Comment"
99-03 Roger Lagunoff and Stacey Schreft
"Financial Fragility with Rational and Irrational Exuberance"
Forthcoming, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking.
99-02 James Albrecht, Per-Anders Edin, Marianne Sundstrom, and Susan Vroman
"Career Interruptions and Subsequent Earnings: A Reexamination Using Swedish Data"
Journal of Human Resources, Spring 1999.
99-01 Hans Haller and Roger Lagunoff
"Genericity and Markovian Behavior in Stochastic Games"
98-17 Yeon-Koo Che and Ian Gale
"Difference-Form Contests and the Robustness of All-Pay Auctions"
98-16 Yeon-Koo Che and Ian Gale
"Contests with Discontinuous Success Functions"
98-15 an Gale, Donald Hausch and Mark Stegeman
"Sequential Procurement with Subcontracting"
98-14 Ian Gale and Mark Stegeman
"Sequential Auctions of Endogenously Valued Objects"
98-13 Yeon-Koo Che and Ian Gale
"Caps on Political Lobbying"
The American Economic Review, Vol. 88, No. 3, June 1998.
98-12 Yeon-Koo Che and Ian Gale
"Standard Auctions with Financially Constrained Bidders"
Review of Economics Studies, Vol. 65, (1998), pp. 1-21.
98-10 Mitsuhiro Kaneda and Gil Mehrez
"Seasonal Fluctuations and International Trade"
98-09 Gil Mehrez and Michael Frenkel
"Inflation and Endogenous Technological Growth"
98-08 David Malueg and Marius Schwartz
"Where Have All the Minutes Gone? Asymmetric Telecom Liberalization. Carrier Alliances, and Gaming of International Settlements"
98-07 Gil Mehrez
"Nominal Rigidities and Seasonal Price Fluctuations"
98-06 Paul D. McNelis and John Duffy
“Approximating and Simulating the Stochastic Growth Model: Parameterized Expectiations, Neural Networks,and the Genetic Algorithm”
98-05 Paul D. McNelis and G.C. Lim
“Parameterizing Currency Risk in the EMS: The Irish Pound and Spanish Peseta against the German Mark”
98-04 Masaru Sasaki
"An Equilibrium Search Model with Co-Worker Discrimination."
Forthcoming, Journal of Labor Economics.
The Ofair Razin Dissertation Prize, 1997 Recipient
98-02 John T. Cuddington
"Optimal Annual Contributions to Flexible Spending Accounts: A Rule-of-Thumb."
Economics Letters 62 (1999), pp. 59-61.
98-01 John T. Cuddington and Hong Liang
" ;Re-examining the Purchasing Power Parity Hypothesis Over Two Centuries."
Journal of International Money and Finance (forthcoming Dec. 2000).
97-24 Roger D. Lagunoff and Stacey L. Schreft
"A Model of Financial Fragility."
97-23 Rodney D. Ludema and Daniel E. Coates
"Unilateral Trade Liberalization as Leadership in Trade Negotiations."
97-22 Rodney D. Ludema
"On the Value of Preferential Trade Agreements in Multilateral Negotiations."
97-21 Rodney D. Ludema and Ian Wooton
"Economic Geography and the Fiscal Effects of Regional Integration."
97-20 Rodney D. Ludema and Ian Wooton
"Regional Integration, Trade, and Migration: Are Demand Linkages Relevant in Europe?"
97-19R James Tybout
"Manufacturing Firms in Developing Countries: How Well Do They Do, and Why?"
97-18 Gil Mehrez and Natacha Valla
"EMU: What if the Shocks are in the Labor Markets?"
International Journal of Business, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1998
97-17 John T. Cuddington and Hong Liang
"Commodity Price Volatility Across Exchange Rate Regimes."
97-16 Serge Moresi
"Uncertain Lifetime, Risk Aversion and Intertemporal Substitution."
97-15 Roger Lagunoff and Gerhard Glomm
"A Dynamic Tiebout Theory of Voluntary versis Involuntary Provision of Collective Goods."
Forthcoming, Review of Economic Studies.
97-14 Roger Lagunoff
"A Theory of Constitutional Standards and Civil Liberty."
97-13 George Viksnins
"World Economic Growth and the Baltic States."
97-12 Roger Lagunoff and Gerhard Glomm
"On the Social Stability of Coalitional Property Rights Regimes."
Forthcoming, Social Choice and Welfare.
97-11 Roger Lagunoff and H. Haller
"Markov Perfect Equilibria in Repeated Asynchronous Choice Games."
97-10 Roger Lagunoff
"Sufficiently Specialized Economies Have Nonempty Cores."
97-09 P. Richard Agenor, C. John McDermott and Eswar Prasad
"Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Developing Countries: Some Stylized Facts."
97-08 Mitsuhiro Kaneda
"Duration of Industry Protection and the Set of Equilibrium Paths."
97-07 Ofair Razin and Susan Collins
"Real Exchange Rate Misalignments and Growth."
97-06 Roger Lagunoff
"On the Evolution of Pareto Optimal Behavior in Repeated Coordination Problems."
Revised version forthcoming: International Economic Review.
97-05 Roger Lagunoff and Gerhard Glomm
"A Tiebout Theory of Public vs Private Provision of Collective Goods."
Revised version in: Journal of Public Economics, 68: 91-112 (1998).
97-04 Paul D. McNelis and John Duffy
"Approximating and Simulating the Real Business Cycle: Linear Quadratic Methods, Parameterized Expectations, and Genetic Algorithms."
97-03 Guay C. Lim and Paul D. McNelis
"Parameterizing Exchange-Rate Risk in the Pacific Basin: Movements of the Australian Dollar Against the Yen and the US Dollar."
97-02 Daniel S. Kahn
"Production Economies and Asset Creation."
97-01 John T. Cuddington
"Analyzing the Sustainability of Fiscal Deficits in Developing Countries"
96-27 Roger Lagunoff and Akihiko Matsui
"Asynchronous Choice in Repeated Coordination Games"
Revised version in: Econometrica, 65: 1467-1477 (1997).
96-26 Roger Lagunoff
"On Dynamic Selection of Mechanisms for Provision of Public Projects"
Revised version in: Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 21: 1699-1725 (1997).
96-25 James Albrecht, Harald Lang and Susan Vroman
"The Effect of Information on the Well-Being of the Uninformed: What's the Chance of Getting a Decent Meal in an Unfamiliar City?"
96-23 George J. Viksnins
"Monetary Policy in Latvia."
Journal of Baltic Studies, Spring 1997, pp. 25-38.
96-22 G. C. Lim and Paul D. McNelis
"The Effects of the Nikkei and the S&P on the All-Ordinaries: A Comparison of the Three Models."
96-21 Paul D. McNelis
"Money Demand, Uncertainty, and Seigniorage-Maximizing Inflation in Latin America: Approximation, Learning, and Estimation with Neural Networks."
96-20 Michael Frenkel and Gil Mehrez
"Inflation and the Misallocation of Resources."
96-19 Julie Hunt and James Tybout
"Does Promoting High Tech Products Spur Development?"
96-18 Martin D. D. Evans
"Real Rates, Expected Inflation and Inflation Risk Premia"
Journal of Finance, 1997.
96-17 Martin D. D. Evans
"Techniques for Extracting Information from Index-Linked Debt"
96-16 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Behzad Diba
"Fiscal Constraints on Central Bank Independence and Price Stability"
96-15 Matthew B. Canzoneri, Javier Vallés and José Viñals
"Do Exchange Rates Move to Address International Macroeconomic Imbalances?"
96-14 Matthew B. Canzoneri, Robert E. Cumby and Behzad Diba
"Relative Labor Productivity and the Real Exchange Rate in the Long Run: Evidence for a Panel of OECD Countries"
96-13 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Harris Dellas
"Monetary Integration in Europe: Implications for Real Interest Rates and Stock Markets"
96-12 Matthew B. Canzoneri, Charles Nolan and Anthony Yates
"Mechanisms for Achieving Monetary Stability: Inflation Targeting vs the ERM"
96-10 John T. Cuddington and Diana L. Moss
" Technological Change, Depletion and the U.S. Petroleum Industry: A New Approach to Measurement and Estimation." This is a revision and extension of #96-10 (under a different title).
Shortened version forthcoming as "Technological Change, Depletion and the U.S. Petroleum Industry" American Economic Review (forthcoming 2001).
96-10 John Cuddington and Diana Moss
"The Finding Cost of Natural Gas: Technological Changes versus Resource Depletion."
See #96-10R above.
96-08 Ralf Fendel and Michael Frenkel
"Do Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Stabilize Employment? Theoretical Considerations and Evidence from Germany."
96-07 Sofronis Clerides, Saul Lach and James Tybout
"Is "Learning-by-Exporting" Important?"
Forthcoming, Quarterly Journal of Economics.
96-06 Michael Frenkel and Thomas Trauth
"The Effects of Subsidies in a Research-Driven Endogenous Growth Model."
96-05 Marius Schwartz
"Telecommunications Reform in the United States: Promises and Pitfalls." Telecommunications and Energy in Systemic Transformation: International Dynamics, Deregulation and Adjustment in Network Industries, Paul J.J. Welfens and George Yarrow, Eds., 1997. (Heidelberg and New York: Springer).
96-04 F. William McElroy
"Alternatives to the U.S. Antitrust Agency Approach to Market Definition." Forthcoming, Review of Industrial Organization.
96-03:G.C. Lim and Paul McNelis
"Stock Price Fluctuations in Australia: The Influence of Japanese and U.S. Markets."
96-02: Barry Bosworth, Susan Collins, and Yu-chin Chen
"Accounting for Differences in Economic Growth."
96-01: Michael Frenkel and Thomas Trauth
"Time Preference, Productivity, and the Growth Effects of Integration."
95-10: Serge Moresi
"Decentralized Trading and the Walrasian Outcome: On the Importance of Search Costs."
95-09: Philippe Martin and Carol Ann Rogers
"Long Term Growth and Short Term Economic Instability."
95-08: Daniel P. Driscoll and Tarhan Feyzioglu
"Does Fiscal Policy Affect the Business Cycle?"
95-07: Tarhan Feyzioglu
"On Information Flow and Exchange Rates."
95-06: Serge Moresi and John T. Cuddington
"Optimal Consumption When Mortality Rates Are Not Constant: Time Consistency and the Role of Life Insurance Markets."
95-05: Philippe Martin and Carol Ann Rogers
"Optimal Stabilization Policy in the Presence of Learning by Doing."
95-04: F. William McElroy
"Alternatives to the U.S. Antitrust Agency Approach to Market Definition."
Forthcoming, Review of Industrial Organization.
95-03: Serge Moresi
"Information Acquisition Prior to an English Auction."
95-02: James W. Albrecht, Per-Anders Edin, and Susan B. Vroman
"A Cross-country Comparison of Attitudes Towards Mothers Working and Their Actual Labor Market Experience."
95-01 John T. Cuddington, Hong Liang and Shihua Lu
"Uncertainty, Trade, and Capital Flows in Sub-Saharan Africa."
94-08 Mitsuhiro Kaneda
"Industrialization under Perfect Foresight: a Dynamic World General Equilibrium with a Continuum of Countries."
Journal of Economic Theory, Vol. 66, No.2, August 1995.
94-07 C. Emre Alper and Tarhan Feyzioglu
"Money Demand and Financial Liberalization: the Case of Turkey 1980-1991."
94-06 James W. Albrecht and Susan B. Vroman
"Unemployment Compensation Finance and Efficiency Wages."
Journal of Labor Economics, January 1999.
94-05 James W. Albrecht and Susan B. Vroman
"A Note on the Long-Run Properties of the Shirking Model."
Labour Economics, September 1996.
94-04 John T. Cuddington and Tarhan Feyzioglu
"Long-Run Trends in Primary Commodity Prices: Examining Our Differences Using the ARFIMA Model."
94-03 Serge Moresi and Steven Kuhn
"Pure and Utilitarian Prisoner's Dilemmas."
Forthcoming, Economics and Philosphy.
94-02 Behzad T. Diba and Philippe Martin
"Causality Implications of the Public-Finance Approach to Inflation and Seigniorage."
94-01 Jean-Pierre Danthine and Serge Moresi
"Insider Trading: Fundamentals-Information Versus Trade-Information."
93-20:Philippe J. Martin and Carol Ann Rogers
"Industrial Location and Public Infrastructure."
Forthcoming, Journal of International Economics.
93-19 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Harris Dellas
"Real Interest Rates and the Instrument of Monetary Policy."
93-18 John T. Cuddington, John D. Hancock and Carol Ann Rogers
"A Dynamic Aggregative Model of the AIDS Epidemic with Possible Policy Interventions."
Journal of Policy Modeling, 16, (1994), 473-496.
93-17 David A. Malueg and Marius Schwartz
"Parallel Imports, Demand Dispersion, and International Price Discrimination."
Journal of International Economics, Vol. 37, 1994.
93-16: Diana L. Moss and James R. Tybout
"The Scope for Fuel Substitution in Manufacturing Industries: a Case Study of Chile and Colombia."
World Bank Economic Review, January 1994.
93-15 Carol Ann Rogers and Philippe J. Martin
"Trade Effects of Regional Aid."
Forthcoming, R. Baldwin and J. Kiander, Eds., The European Community's New Entrants: Shifting Weights in Europe.
93-14 James Albrecht and Susan Vroman
"Evaluating Policies to Reduce the Gender Gap: An Economic Approach."
The Georgetown University Law Journal, Volume 82, Issue 1.
93-13 Kenneth A. Swinnerton
"Minimum Wages in an Equilibrium Search Model with Diminishing Returns to Labor in Production."
Forthcoming, Journal of Labor Economics.
93-12 Tarhan Feyzioglu
"A Non-Linear Filtering Technique."
93-11 Behzad Diba, Chia-Hsiang Guo and Marius Schwartz
"Equity as a Call Option on Assets: Some Tests for Failed Banks."
Economics Letters, Vol. 48 (1995), pp. 389-397.
93-10 Serge Moresi and Jean-Pierre Danthine
"Volatility, Information, and NoiseTrading."
Forthcoming, European Economic Review, (Special issue on Finance, June 1993)
93-09 William H. Hoyt and Eugenia Froedge Toma
"Lobbying Expenditures and Government Output: the NEA and Public Education."
Forthcoming, Southern Economic Journal.
93-08 William H. Hoyt
"Interdependent Tax Policies and Optimal Taxation."
93-07 Richard T. Baillie and Tim Bollerslev
"Cointegration, Fractional Cointegration and Exchange Rate Dynamics."
93-06: James Tybout and Mark Roberts
"An Empirical Model of Sunk Costs and the Decision to Export."
American Economic Review, September 1997, pp. 545-564.
93-05 Y.H. Farzin
"The Effect of Technological Change on the Dynamics of Resource Scarcity Measures."
93-04 Y.H. Farzin
"The Importance of Foreign Investment for the Long-Run Economic Development of the United Arab Emirates."
Forthcoming, World Development, Vol. 21, No. 4, April 1993.
93-03 William H. Hoyt and Eugenia Froedge Toma
"State Mandates and Local Government Spending."
93-02 Martin Richardson
"Customs Unions and Domestic Taxes."
Forthcoming, Canadian Journal of Economics.
93-01 James R. Tybout
"Internal Returns to Scale as a Source of Comparative Advantage: the Evidence."
(Abbreviated form in the American Economic Review, May 1993.)
92-15 John T. Cuddington and John D. Hancock
"The Macroeconomic Impact of AIDS in Malawi: a Dualistic, Labor-Surplus Economy."
Journal of African Economies, 4, 1 (1995), 1-30.
92-14 James W. Albrecht and Susan B. Vroman
"Nash Equilibrium in a Simple Efficiency Wage Model."
International Economic Review, February 1998.
92-13 William H. Hoyt and Richard A. Jensen
"Precommitment and State and Local Policy Coordination."
92-12 John T. Cuddington
"Further Results on the Macroeconomic Effects of AIDS: the Dualistic, Labor-Surplus Economy."
World Bank Economic Review, 7, 3 (1993), 403-417.
92-11 Dominique Desruelle and Martin Richardson
"Fortress Europe: Jericho or Chateau d'If?"
92-10 John T. Cuddington and Catharine B. Hill
"Diamond Booms in Botswana and the Permanent Income Hypothesis."
92-09 John T. Cuddington
Review of "Monetarism and Liberalization: the Chilean Experiment", by S. Edwards and A.C. Edwards. Journal of Development Economics, 42, 2 (1993), 409-419.
92-08 Samuel I. Katz
"International Adjustment and Financing; 1985–1991" (Review Article)
92-07 John T. Cuddington and John D. Hancock
"Assessing the Impact of AIDS on the Growth Path of the Malawian Economy."
Journal of Development Economics, 43 (1994), 363-368.
92-06 R. Preston McAfee and Marius Schwartz
"Multilateral Vertical Contracting: Opportunism, Nondiscrimination, and Exclusivity."
American Economic Review, Vol. 84, 1994. (Published Title: "Multilateral Vertical Contracting: Nondiscrimination, Exclusivity, and Uniformity.")
92-05 Carlos Asilis and V. Hugo Juan-Ramon
"A Dynamic General Equilibrium Model of Bureaucracy and Bribes: Implications for Growth and Policy."
92-04 Paul D. McNelis and Carlos Asilis
"A Dynamic Simulation Analysis of Currency Substitution in an Optimizing Framework with Transactions Costs."
Revista De Analisis Economico, Vol. 7, No. 1, June 1992.
92-03 James R. Tybout and M. Daniel Westbrook
"Trade Liberalization and the Dimensions of Efficiency Change in Mexican Manufacturing Industries."
Journal of International Economics, August 1995.
92-02 Kenneth A. Swinnerton
"Individual Preferences, Wage/Benefit Packages and Union Membership: A Theoretical Model."
92-01 Martin Richardson
"Some Implications of Internal Trade in a Free Trade Area."
<91-18 Paul McNelis and Alan Bollard
"From Financial Indulgence to Fiscal Repentance: Chile, Ireland, and New Zealand in the 1980's."
91-17 John T. Cuddington
"Modelling the Macroeconomic Effects of AIDS with an Application to Tanzania."
World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 7, No. 2, (1993), 179-189.
91-16 Tarhan Feyzioglu
"On Information Flow and Exchange Rates."
91-15 Carlos Asilis and Martin Richardson
"Infant Industry Policy and Information Revelation."
91-14 Carlos M. Asilis and Stuart S. Brown
"Coalitional Formation in a Reforming Federal CPE."
91-13 Carlos M. Asilis and Stuart S. Brown
"Western Aid and Soviet Reform: the Role of Coordination."
91-12 Tarhan Feyzioglu and Kevin Hassett
"A Nonlinear Filtering Technique for Estimating the Timing and Importance of Liquidity Constraints."
91-11 James R. Tybout and M. Daniel Westbrook
"Estimating Returns to Scale with Large Imperfect Panels: An Application to Chilean Manufacturing Industries."
World Bank Economic Review, January 1993.
91-10 Carlos M. Asilis, Patrick Honohan and Paul D. McNelis
"Money Demand During Hyperinflation and Stabilization: Bolivia, 1980-1989."
Forthcoming, Economic Inquiry.
91-09 F. William McElroy
"Effects of Asset Transfers in Oligopoly."
Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol. XIX, No. 4, Dec. 1991.
91-08 Behzad T. Diba and Seonghwan Oh
"Some Favorable Evidence on the Fisher-Fama Hypothesis."
91-07 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Behzad T. Diba
"Fiscal Deficit, Financial Integration, and a Central Bank for Europe."
Forthcoming, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies.
91-06 John T. Cuddington
"Fiscal Deficit Reduction Programs in Developing Countries: Stabilizing Versus Growth in the Presence of Credit Rationing."
Estudios Economicos, Jan-June 1992.
91-05 Martin Richardson
"Trade Policy and the Legalization of Drugs."
Southern Economic Journal, Vol. 58, No. 3, 1992./p>
91-04 Samuel I. Katz
"European Payments Union, 1950-1958:" A Book Review.
Journal of Economic History, Vol. 51, No. 2, June 1991.
91-03 Ibrahim M. Oweiss
"A Study of Egypt's Contemporary Political Economy."
CCAS Georgetown University, 1990. Ch.1, pp. 3-49.
91-02 John T. Cuddington and Samuel K. Otoo
"An Analysis of the Choice of Exchange Rate Regimes in the 1980s."
91-01 John T. Cuddington
"Comparing the Intensity of Exchange Market Intervention with Frenkel and Aizenman's Index of Managed Float."
Journal of International Economics, 1991 and generalization in Canadian Journal of Economics, 1992
90-22 Carlos M. Asilis and Stuart S. Brown
"Efficiency and Stability of Decentralized Versus Centrally Arbitrated Regional Reform in the Soviet Union: the Non-Interventionist Case."
90-21 Stuart S. Brown and Misha V. Belkindas
"Who's Feeding Whom? A Balance of Payments Approach to Soviet Interrepublic Relations."
90-20 R. Preston McAfee and Marius Schwartz
"Two-part Tariffs to Competing Firms: Destructive Recontracting, Nondiscrimination, and Exclusivity."
(Replaced by 92-06)
90-19 Paul D. McNelis
"An Investigation of Geometric Shapes in Dow-Jones Industrials, 1850-1989: Is the 1987 Market Crash a Recurrent Event?"
90-18 John T. Cuddington and Samuel K. Otoo
"The Choice of Exchange Rate Regime: A Multinomial Logit Model."
90-17 M. Daniel Westbrook and Patricia Buckley
"Market Definition and Assessing the Competitive Relationship Between Rail and Truck Transportation."
90-16 James R. Tybout
"Making Noisy Data Sing: Estimating Production Technologies in Developing Countries."
Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 53, July/Sept. 1992 (pp. 25-44).
90-15 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Behzad T. Diba
"Currency Substitution in the European Community."
Forthcoming, European Economic Review.
90-14 Martin Richardson
"Why a Free Trade Area? The Tariff Also Rises."
90-13 F.W. McElroy
"Effects of Mergers in Markets for Differentiated Products."
Review of Industrial Organization, Vol. 8, 1993 (Pp. 69-81).
90-12 John T. Cuddington and Hong Wei
"An Empirical Analysis of Real Commodity Trends: Aggregation, Model Selection and Implications."
Estudios Economicos, Vol. 7, No. 2, July-December 1992.
90-11: Samuel I. Katz
"The Misaligned Dollar and World Payments Stability, 1980 to 1990."
Wallenberg Papers on International Finance, Vol. 3 No. 1, 1991.
90-10 Ahmed Al-Mutawa and John T. Cuddington
"The Welfare Effects of Oil Booms in a Prototypical Small Gulf State."
Opec Review: XVIII, 3 (1994), 245-263.
90-9 Marius Schwartz
"Patent Protection Through Discriminatory Exclusion of Imports: Section 337 of the U.S. Tariff Act and Alternatives."
Review of Industrial Organization, Vol. 6, 1991.
90-8 John T. Cuddington
"The 1989 Princeton Essays and Studies in International Finance: A Review."
Journal of International Economics, 1991.
90-7 Samuel I. Katz
"Exchange Rates and Balance of Ayments Adjustment: The Post 1945 Experience." Hans R. Stoll, Ed., International Finance and Financial Policy, (1990) New York; Quorum Books.
90-6 John T. Cuddington and Diana T. Moss
"Assessing Investment Decisions Based on the Payback Method: an Application to the Electric Power Industry."
Journal of Fin Mang & Anal, 1991.
90-5 Douglas M. Brown
"A Note on Nurse's Aides Turnover in Nursing Homes."
90-4 M. Daniel Westbrook and Patricia Buckley
"Flexible Functional Forms and Regularity: The Competitive Relationship between Truck and Rail Transportation."
Review of Economics and Statistics, LXIII, 4, pp. 623-630, Nov. 1990.
90-3 Ning N. Zhu
"The Calculus of Sovereign Debt Purchase: A Note on the Bulow-Rogoff Debt Buyback Model."
90-2 Martin Richardson
"Trade Diversion and Endogenous Tariff Formation."
Journal of International Economics, #34, 1993 (pp. 309-324).
90-1 John T. Cuddington and Carlos Asilis
"Fiscal Policy, the Current Account and the External Debt Problem in the Dominican Republic."
Journal of Latin American Studies, 1990.
89-21 Carlos M. Asilis
"Dynamic Strategic Behavior and the Occurrence of Default in the International Credit Markets."
89-20 F.W. McElroy
"A Pitfall in the Comparative Statics of Oligopoly."
Scottish Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 39 No. 1, Feb 1992 (pp. 195-99).
89-19 Carlos M. Asilis
"Rubinstein's Bargaining Model with Endogenous Surplus Size in Multi-Stage Games."
89-18 Carlos M. Asilis
"A Theory of Multinational Corporations with Imperfect Labor Markets and Asymmetric Information."
89-17 Carlos M. Asilis
"On the Equivalence of Time Consistency and Subgame Perfection in Stochastic Games."
89-16 Carlos M. Asilis
"Firm Value and Market Structure Under Unionized Labor Markets, Asymmetric Information and Bankruptcy Risk."
89-15 James W. Albrecht, Bertil Holmlund and Harald Lang
"Comparative Statics in Dynamic Programming Models with an Application to Job Search."
Journal of Economic Dynamics & Control, October, 1991.
89-14 John T. Cuddington
"Long-Run Trends in 26 Primary Commodity Prices: a Disaggregated Look at the Prebisch-Singer Hypothesis."
Journal of Development Economics, 1992.
89-13 Stuart S. Brown and Sinan Koont
"Optimal Foreign Trade Pricing in Centrally Planned Economies under Endogenous Uncertainty: the Case of Dumping."
89-12 Stuart S. Brown
"Export Uncertainty in Centrally Planned Economies and Administered Protection."
89-11 Carol Ann Rogers
"Changing Tax Bases in a Model of Endogenous Tax Reform."
Journal of Public Economics, 1991.
89-10 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Carol Ann Rogers
"Is the European Community an Optimal Currency Area? Optimal Tax Smoothing Versus the Cost of Multiple Currencies."
American Economic Review, 1990.
89-9 Carol Ann Rogers
"Equity and Efficiency under Time-Consistent Consumption and Wage Taxation."
89-8 James W. Albrecht and Susan B. Vroman
"Equilibrium in Search Models with Adverse Selection."
Review of Economic Studies, July 1992.
89-7 Charles P. Kindleberger
"America in Decline? Possible Parallels and Consequences."
Charles P. Kindleberger, Historical Economics: Art or Science? (New York: Harvester/Wheatsheaf), 1990, pp. 250-268.
89-6 Samuel I. Katz
"Exchange Rates and Balance-of-Payments Adjustment: the Post-1945 Experience."
Atlantic Economic Journal, Vol XVII, No. 4, Dec. 1989.
89-5 James W. Albrecht and Susan B. Vroman
"Dual Labor Markets, Efficiency Wages, and Search."
Journal of Labor Economics, Oct. 1992.
89-4 Paul McNelis, Arthur Grimes and Alfred Wong
"Interest Rate Determination in a Post-Liberalisation Era: The New Zealand Case."
89-3 John Cuddington
"LDC Experience with Commodity Export Booms."
World Bank Research Observer, 1989.
89-2 Martin Richardson
"Content Protection and Foreign Investment in General Equilibrium."
Journal of International Economics, 31, 1991. Duopsony version Oxford Economic Papers, #45, 1993 (103-117).
89-1 Susan B. Vroman
"The Union-Nonunion Wage Differential and Monitoring Costs."
Economics Letters, 1990.
88-7 Behzad T. Diba and Seonghwan Oh
Have Money-Stock Fluctuations Had a Liquidity Effect on Expected Real Interest Rates?
Review of Economics and Statistics, February 1991.
88-6 John T. Cuddington and Carlos M. Urzúa
"Trends and Cycles Colombia's Real GDP and Fiscal Deficit."
Journal of Development Economics, 1989.
88-5 Matthew B. Canzoneri
"The Inefficiency of Allowing Sovereign Policy Makers to Tax Foreigners or the Amazing Stability of U.S. Monetary Policy."
Journal of International Economics, 1989.
88-4 Matthew B. Canzoneri and Dale W. Henderson
"Optimal Choice of Monetary Policy Instruments in a Simple Two Country Game."
Dynamic Policy Games in Economics, 1989.
88-3 James R. Tybout
"Auctions with Endogenous Information and Private Value Uncertainty."
88-2 F. William McElroy
"Price and Welfare Effects of Oligopolistic Mergers and Acquisitions."
Bulletin of Economic Research, Vol. 43, No. 2, 1991.
88-1 John T. Cuddington and Carlos M. Urzúa
"Trends and Cycles in the Net Barter Terms of Trade: A New Approach."
Economic Journal, June 1989.
For a copy of any Working Paper, please contact:
Ms. Renata Gaspar
Graduate Program Coordinator
Economics Department, ICC 580
Washington, D.C. 20057-1036
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