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Pascal BELAN, Philippe MICHEL and Bertrand WIGNIOLLE. Pension funds and capital accumulation.
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Joachim GRAMMIG, Michael MELVIN and Christian SCHLAG. Price discovery in international equity trading.
Francesco DE SINOPOLI and Giovanna IANNANTUONI. Sincere and strategic voters in a model of proportional representation.
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Helmuth CREMER and Pierre PESTIEAU. Social insurance competition between Bismarck and Beveridge.
Joe THARAKAN. Revisiting ``On nations' size and transportation costs".
Geoffroy DE CLIPPEL. An axiomatization of the inner core.
Cuong LE VAN and Lisa MORHAIM. Optimal growth models with bounded or unbounded returns: a unifying approach.
Marc GERMAIN and Vincent VAN STEENBERGHE. Optimal policy with tradable and bankable pollution permits: taking the market microstructure into account.
Marcelo FERNANDES and Joachim GRAMMIG. A family of autoregressive conditional duration models.
Philippe CHEVALIER, Yves POCHET and Laurence TALBOT. Design and performance analysis of a heavily loaded material handling system.
Charles FIGUIERES, Mabel TIDBALL and Alain JEAN-MARIE. On the effects of conjectures in a symmetric strategic setting.
Christian M. HAFNER and Helmut HERWARTZ. Volatility impulse response functions for multivariate GARCH models.
Claude d'ASPREMONT and Louis GEVERS. Social welfare functionals and interpersonal comparability.
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Yves CRAMA, Yves POCHET and Yannic WERA. A discussion of production planning approaches in the process industry.
Françoise FORGES, Enrico MINELLI and Rajiv VOHRA. Incentives and the core of an exchange economy: a survey.
Takatoshi TABUCHI and Jacques-François THISSE. Taste heterogeneity, labor mobility and economic geography.
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Christian M. HAFNER. Fourth moments of multivariate GARCH processes.
Olivier GOSSNER and Penélope HERNANDEZ. On the complexity of coordination.
Charles FIGUIERES and Jean HINDRIKS. Matching grants and Ricardian equivalence.
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Jean HINDRIKS and Philippe DE DONDER. The politics of redistributive social insurance.
Joachim GRAMMIG, Reinhard HUJER and Michael SCHEIDLER. The econometrics of airline network management.
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Jacques H. DREZE. Indeterminateness of equilibria and macroeconomics.
Rabah AMIR. Stochastic games in economics: the lattice-theoretic approach.
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