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Physician Supply Behavior on the Short Run
(Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 1975-06)
Demand Shifting, Optimal Firm Growth, and Rule-of-Thumb Decision Making
(Quarterly Journal of Econoics, 1970-05)
Perfect Foresight, Expectational Consistency, and Macroeconomic Equilibrium
This paper begins by introducing three alternative properties of expectations: weak consistency, strong consistency, perfect foresight. These concepts are then used to consider the relationship between beginnning of period ...
The ranking of alternative tariff and quota policies in the presence of domestic monopoly
(Journal of International Economics, 1977-01-01)
Bhagwati demonstrated the nonequivalence between tariffs and quotas in the presence of monopoly. This paper also assumes domestic production to be monopolized and shows that giving import licenses or tariff revenues to the ...
THEORY OF BEHAVIORAL POWER FUNCTIONS
(PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW, 1978)
Barely known species.
Substitution laws and innovation in the pharmaceutical industry.
The pharmaceutical industry has been among the most innovative while being one of the most highly regulated industries in the United States. Government regulation of pharmaceutical product quality started in 19061 and has ...
A Comment on the Analysis of Data Generated by Simulation Experiments
The purpose of this note is to suggest some improvements in current statistical analysis of computer-simulated data. To be concrete, we will take a recent paper by Rosser T. nelson  which appears in this journal as the ...
"Writing History Backwards: Meiji Japan Revisited"
(Journal of Economic History, 1971-12)
Price expectations, disequilibrium adjustments, and macroeconomic price stability
In two previous papers we have discussed the formulation of a logically consistent adaptive-type price expectations mechanism in continuous time and have applied our results to derive sufficient conditions for dynamic price ...