Discussion Papers 1997

97-25: Timothy W. Guinnane, Ingrid Henriksen: Why Danish Credit Cooperatives were so unimportant. Abstract
→ Publ. in: Scandinavian Economic History Review, 46(2) 1998, 32-54 

97-24: Cormac Ó Gráda: Immigrants, Savers, and Runners: The Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank in the 1850s. Abstract

97-23: Cormac Ó Gráda: The Great Irish Famine: Winners and Losers. Abstract

97-22: Carsten Krabbe Nielsen: Floating Exchange Rates Versus a Monetary Union Under Rational Beliefs: The Role of Endogenous Uncertainty. Abstract

97-21: Katarina Juselius: Do prices move together in the long run? An I(2) analysis of six price indices. Abstract 1999 Rev. ed. PDF (228KB)
→ Publ. as: Price Convergence in the Medium and Long Run: an I(2) Analysis of Six Price Indices, in: Robert F. Engle, Halbert White (eds.), Cointegration, Causality, and Forecasting - Festschrift in Honour of Clive W. J. Granger. Oxford University Press, 1999.

97-20: Timothy W. Guinnane: Cooperatives as Information Machines: German Rural Credit Cooperatives, 1883-1914. Abstract
→ Publ. in: Journal of Economic History, 61(2) 2001, 366-389 

97-19: Claus Thustrup Hansen: Second Best Antitrust in General Equilibrium - A Special Case. Abstract
→ Publ. in: Economics Letters, 63(2) 1999, 193-199 

97-18: Katarina Juselius: Changing Monetary Transmission Mechanisms within the EU. Abstract
→ Publ. in: Empirical Economics, 23(3) 1998, 455-481 

97-17: Sophus Garfiel, Ulrik Vestergaard Knudsen: An Eclectic Negotiation Theory of Trade Policy Behaviour. Abstract

97-16: Guido Ascari, Neil Rankin: Staggered Wages and Disinflation Dynamics: What Can More Microfoundations Tell Us? Abstract

97-15: Mette Ejrnæs, Karl Gunnar Persson: Market Integration and Grain Price Stabilization in Europe 1500-1900. An Equilibrium Error Correction Approach. Abstract

97-14: Claus Thustrup Hansen, Torben Tranæs: Effort Commitment in Active Labour Market Programmes: Consequences for Participation Incentives and Wage Formation. Abstract

97-13: Mark A. Roberts, Karsten Stæhr, Torben Tranæs: Two-Stage Bargaining with Coverage Extension in a Dual Labour Market. Abstract
→ Publ. in: European Economic Review, 44(1) 2000, 181-200 

97-12: Claus Chr. Pörtner: Children as Insurance. Abstract
→ Publ. in: Journal of  Population Econonomics, 14 (1) 2001, 119-136 

97-11: Huw David Dixon, Claus Thustrup Hansen: A Mixed Industrial Structure Magnifies the Importance of Menu Costs. Abstract
→ Publ. in: European Economic Review, 43(8) 1999, 1475-1499 

97-10: Luca Lambertini: Time Consistency in Games of Timing. Abstract

97-09: Luca Lambertini, Sougata Poddar, Dan Sasaki: RJVs and Price Collusion under Endogenous Product Differentiation. Abstract

97-08: Dan Sasaki: Ignorance as a Commitment Device. Abstract

97-07: Dan Sasaki: Strategic Information Acquisition. Abstract

97-06: Peter Birch Sørensen: Optimal Tax Progressivity in Imperfect Labour Markets. Abstract
→ Publ. in: Labour Economics, 6(3) 1999, 435-452 

97-05: Sougata Poddar: Uncertainty, Entry Deterrence and Excess Capacity. Abstract

97-04: João Ejarque: Uncertainty and Durable Consumption in the Great Depression.

97-03: John E. Roemer: The Democratic Political Economy of Progressive Income Taxation. Abstract

97-02: John E. Roemer: The (Non-Parochial) Welfare Economics of Immigration.

97-01: Luca Lambertini: Strategic Delegation and the Shape of Market Competition.
→ Publ. in: Scottish Journal of Pol. Economy, 47(5) 2000, 550-570 Til toppenTil toppen