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Recent and past publications by members of the Economics Department are listed. The date headings below refer to one year's output, starting July 1 and ending June 30.

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BHATIA, K. B.

Bhatia, K. B. 2002. Specific and Mobile Capital, Migration and Unemployment in a Harris-Todaro Model. Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 11 (2): 207-222.

Bhatia, K. B. 2001. Production Linkages and Rural-Urban Migration. Journal of Economic Development 26 (2): 1-16.

Bhatia, K. B. 2001. Specific Inputs, Value-Added, and Production Linkages in Tax- incidence Theory. Public Finance Review 29 (6): 461-486.

BLOMQVIST, Å.

Blomqvist, A. 2002. Defining the Value of a Statistical Life: a Comment. Journal of Health Economics 21 (1): 169-175. Comment.

Blomqvist, A. 2002. QALYs, Standard Gambles, and the Expected Budget Constraint. Journal of Health Economics 21 (2): 181-195.

BOWLUS, A.J.

Bowlus, A., H. Liu, and C. Robinson. 2002. Business Cycle Models, Aggregation, and Real Wage Cyclicality. Journal of Labor Economics 20 (2, pt. 1): 308-335.

BOYER, R. S.

Boyer, R. S. 2002. Reflections on the Mundell-Fleming Model on its Fortieth Anniversary. Money, Markets, and Mobility: Celebrating the Ideas of Robert A. Mundell, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences. T. J. Courchene. Kingston, Ontario: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen's University/McGill-Queen's Press. 119-138. (Proceedings of a conference held May 24-25, 2000 at Queen's University).

BUSCH, L. -A.

Busch, L.-A., and Q. Wen. 2001. Negotiation Games with Unobservable Mixed Disagreement Actions. Journal of Mathematical Economics 35 (4): 563-579.

DAVENPORT, P.

Davenport, P. 2002. Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Renovating the Ivory Tower: Canadian Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Policy Study. D. Laidler. Toronto, Ontario: C.D. Howe Institute. 39-59. (Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, July 2001.)

DAVIES, J. B.

Davies, J. B., and M. Hoy. 2002. Flat Rate Taxes and Inequality Measurement. Journal of Public Economics 84 (1): 33-46.

FRIED, J.

Fried, J. 2002. High Closing. Canadian Public Policy - Analyse De Politiques 28 (1): 17-37.

GHOSH, M.

Ghosh, M. 2002. The Revival of Regional Trade Arrangements: a GE Evaluation of the Impact on Small Countries. Journal of Policy Modeling 24 (2): 83-101.

GOVINDAN, S.

Govindan, S., and R. Wilson. 2002. Invariance of Stable Equilibria of Signaling Games. Essays on Uncertainty: Festskrift til Steinar Ekerns 60-arsdag. P. Bjerksund, and O. Gjerde. Bergen, Norway: Norges Handelshoyskole. 79-84.

Govindan, S., and R. Wilson. 2002. Structure Theorems for Game Trees. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 (13). 9077-9080.

Govindan, S., and R. Wilson. 2001. Maximal Stable Sets of Two-Player Games. International Journal of Game Theory 30 (4): 557-566.

HARLEY, C. K.

Harley, C. K. 2001. The Antebellum Tariff: Different Products or Competing Sources? A Comment on Irwin and Temin. Journal of Economic History 61 (3): 799-805. Comment.

KNIGHT, J. L.

Jiang, G., and J. L. Knight. 2002. Estimation of Continuous-Time Processes via the Empirical Characteristic Function. Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 20 (2): 198-212.

Knight, J. L., and S. Satchell. 2002. GARCH Predictions and the Predictions of Option Prices (Chapter 8). Forecasting Volatility in the Financial Markets. 2nd ed. Quantitative Finance Series. J.L. Knight, and S. Satchell. Oxford, United Kingdom: Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers. 226-244.

Knight, J. L., and S. Satchell. 2002. GARCH Processes: Some Exact Results, Some Difficulties and a Suggested Remedy (Chapter 13). Forecasting Volatility in the Financial Markets. 2nd ed. Quantitative Finance Series. J.L. Knight, and S. Satchell. Oxford, United Kingdom: Butterworth-Heinemann Publishing. 321-346.

Knight, J. L., and S.E. Satchell. 2002. Efficiency Considerations in the Negative Exponential Failure Time Model (Chapter 24). Handbook of Applied Econometrics and Statistical Inference. Statistics, Textbooks and Monographs. A. Ullah, A.T.K. Wan, and A. Chaturvedi. New York, NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc. 513-534.

Knight, J. L., and S. Satchell (Editors). 2002. Forecasting Volatility in the Financial Markets. 2nd ed. Quantitative Finance Series. Oxford, United Kingdom: Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers. x, 407 Includes the work in first edition plus two new chapters.

Knight, J. L., and S. Satchell (Editors). 2002. Performance Measurement in Finance: Firms, Funds and Managers. Quantitative Finance Series. Oxford, United Kingdom: Butterworth-Heinemann Publishers. xvii, 378.

Knight, J. L., and J. Yu. 2002. Empirical Characteristic Function in Time Series Estimation. Econometric Theory 18 (3): 691-721.

LAIDLER, D. E. W.

Laidler, D. 2002. The Golden Age of the Quantity Theory: The Development of Neoclassical Monetary Economics, 1870-1914. Print on Demand ed. Harlow, Essex, United Kingdom: Pearson Education. xv, 220 (Originally published 1991 by Philip Allen. Transferred to Pearson Education Digital Print on Demand 2002.)

Laidler, D. 2002. Phillips in Retrospect. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology: A Research Annual. 20-A. Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology. W.J. Samuels, and J.E. Biddle. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: JAI Press. 223-235. Review essay on A.W.H. Phillips Collected Works in Contemporary Perspective, edited by R. Leeson.

Laidler, D. 2002. Renovating the Ivory Tower: An Introductory Essay. Renovating the Ivory Tower: Canadian Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Policy Study. D. Laidler. Toronto, Ontario: C.D. Howe Institute. 1-38. (Papers presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, July 2001.)

Laidler, D. 2002. Skidelsky's Keynes: A Review Essay. European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 9 (1): 97-110. Review Essay.

Laidler, D. 2002. The Transmission Mechanism with Endogenous Money (Chapter 4). Money, Macroeconomics and Keynes: Essays in Honour of Victoria Chick. Volume 1. Frontiers of Political Economy. P. Arestis, M. Desai, and S. Dow. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. 25-34.

Laidler, D., and S. Aba. 2002. Productivity and the Dollar: Commodities and the Exchange Rate Connection. C.D. Howe Institute Commentary. Toronto, Ontario: C.D.Howe Institute. pp. 15.

Laidler, D. (Editor). 2002. Renovating the Ivory Tower: Canadian Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Policy Study. Toronto, Ontario: C.D. Howe Institute. viii, 288 (Papers presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, July 2001.)

Laidler, D. 2001. Comment. Monetary Theory as a Basis for Monetary Policy. A. Leijonhufvud. I.E.A. Conference Volume. Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Palgrave Publishers Limited. 128-131. Comment. (Presented at the International Economic Association Conference held Sept. 4-7, 1997 at the University of Trento).

PALMER, J. P.

Henderson, J., and J. P. Palmer. 2002. Does More Deterrence Require More Punishment? [or Should the Punishment Fit the Crime?]. European Journal of Law and Economics 13 (2): 143-156.

Palmer, J. P. 2002. Bread and Circuses: The Local Benefits of Sports and Cultural Businesses. C.D. Howe Institute Commentary. The Urban Papers. Toronto, Ontario: C.D. Howe Institute. pp. 18.

PARKIN, M.

Bade, R., and M. Parkin. 2002. Foundations of Macroeconomics. 1st ed. Boston, MA: Addison Wesley. xxxii, 500, G-9, I-10, C-1 (U.S. Edition) Accompanied by Study Guide, CD and website. Includes glossary and index.

Bade, R., and M. Parkin. 2002. Foundations of Microeconomics. 1st ed. Boston, MA: Addison Wesley. xxxii, 528, G9, I-9, C-1 (U.S. Edition). Accompanied by Study Guide, CD and website. Includes glossary and index.

Bade, R., M. Parkin, and B. Lyons. 2002. Foundations of Macroeconomics. Toronto, Ontario: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. xxix, 500, G7, I-10, C-1 (Canadian Edition) Accompanied by Study Guide, CD and website. Includes glossary and index.

Bade, R., M. Parkin, and B. Lyons. 2002. Foundations of Microeconomics. Toronto, Ontario: Addison Wesley, Longman, Inc. xxix, 526, G9, I-10, C-1 (Canadian Edition) Accompanied by Study Guide, CD and website. Includes glossary and index.

ROBINSON, C.

Bowlus, A., H. Liu, and C. Robinson. 2002. Business Cycle Models, Aggregation, and Real Wage Cyclicality. Journal of Labor Economics 20 (2, pt. 1): 308-335.

ROBSON, A. J.

Robson, A. J. 2002. Evolution and Human Nature. Journal of Economic Perspectives 16 (2): 89-106.

Robson, A. J. 2001. Why Would Nature Give Individuals Utility Functions? Journal of Political Economy 109 (4): 900-914.

SEGAL, U.

Safra, Z., and U. Segal. 2001. Rank-Dependent Preferences without Ranking Axioms. Journal of Mathematical Economics 35 (4): 547-562.

SHEARER-GILLMORE, J.

Shearer-Gillmore, J. 2002. Study Guide: Foundations of Macroeconomics. Toronto, Ontario: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. xii, 309 (Canadian Edition).

Shearer-Gillmore, J. 2002. Study Guide: Foundations of Microeconomics. Toronto, Ontario: Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. xii, 343 (Canadian Edition).

SICULAR, T.

Morduch, J., and T. Sicular. 2002. Rethinking Inequality Decomposition, with Evidence from Rural China. The Economic Journal 112 (476): 93-106.

SLIVINSKI, A.

Slivinski, A. 2002. Team Incentives and Organizational Form. Journal of Public Economic Theory 4 (2): 185-206.

SMITH, J. A.

Smith, J. 2002. Comments on Chant and Gibson, Finnie, Vaillancourt and Bourdeau- rimeau, and Rathje and Emery. Renovating the Ivory Tower: Canadian Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Policy Study; 37. D. Laidler. Toronto, Ontario: C.D. Howe Institute. 265-280. Comment. (Presented at the Annual Meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, July 2001.)

STINEBRICKNER, T. R.

Stinebrickner, T. R. 2002. An Analysis of Occupational Change and Departure from the Labor Force: Evidence of the Reasons that Teachers Leave. Journal of Human Resources 37 (1): 192-216.

Stinebrickner, T. R. 2001. Compensation Policies and Teacher Decisions. International Economic Review 42 (3): 751-779.

STREUFERT, P.

Ozaki, H., and P. Streufert. 2001. Solutions for some Dynamic Problems with Uncertainty Aversion. The Japanese Economic Review 52 (3): 251-283.

WHALLEY, J.

ab Iorwerth, A., and J. Whalley. 2002. Efficiency Considerations and the Exemption ofFood from Sales and Value Added Taxes. Canadian Journal of Economics - Revue Canadienne D'Economique 35 (1): 166-182.

Greenaway, D., and J. Whalley. 2002. The World Economy 25 (1-6). pp. 1-900. (Joint managing editors).

Lodefalk, M., and J. Whalley. 2002. Reviewing Proposals for a World Environmental Organisation. The World Economy 25 (5): 601-617.

Tussie, D., and J. Whalley. 2002. The Functioning of a Commitment Based WEO: Lessons from Experience with the WTO. The World Economy 25 (5): 685-695.

Whalley, J. 2002. Comment on Eco-Labelling, Environment, and International Trade by K. Abe, K. Higashida, and J. Ishikawa. Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies. Studies in International Economics. R.M. Stern. Ann Arbor, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press. 251-252. Comment.

Whalley, J., and B. Zissimos. 2002. An Internalisation-based World Environmental Organisation. The World Economy 25 (5): 619-642.

Whalley, J., and B. Zissimos. 2002. Making Environmental Deals: The Economic Case for a World Environmental Organization. Global Environmental Governance: Options and Opportunities. D.C. Esty, and M.H. Ivanova. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. 163-180.

Abrego, L., C. Perroni, J. Whalley, and R. Wigle. 2001. Trade and Environment: Bargaining Outcomes from Linked Negotiations. Review of International Economics 9 (3): 414-428.

Dawkins, C., T. N. Srinivasan, and J. Whalley. 2001. Calibration (Chapter 58). Handbook of Econometrics. Volume 5. Handbooks in Economics. J.J. Heckman, and E. Leamer. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science B.V. 3653-3703.

Greenaway, D., and J. Whalley. 2001. The World Economy 24 (7-10). pp. 849-1371. (Joint managing editors).

Piggott, J., and J. Whalley. 2001. VAT Base Broadening, Self Supply, and the Informal Sector. The American Economic Review 91 (4): 1084-1094.

Whalley, J. 2001. World Trade Organization. International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. Volume 24. N.J. Smelser, and P.B. Baltes. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier Science Limited. 16613-16616.

WINTROBE, R.

Breton, A., G. Galeotti, P. Salmon, and R. Wintrobe. 2002. Introduction. Political Extremism and Rationality. A. Breton, G. Galeotti, P. Salmon, and R. Wintrobe. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. xi-xxi.

Breton, A., G. Galeotti, P. Salmon, and R. Wintrobe (Editors). 2002. Political Extremism and Rationality. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. xxi, 240.

Wintrobe, R. 2002. Leadership and Passion in Extremist Politics (Chapter 2). Political Extremism and Rationality. A. Breton, G. Galeotti, P. Salmon, and R. Wintrobe. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. 23-43.

Wintrobe, R. 2001. Economics of Group Relations. Journal for Institutional Innovation, Development and Transition 5: 4-20.

ZHANG, SHUNMING

Zhang, S., C. Xu, and X. Deng. 2002. Dynamic Arbitrage-Free Asset Pricing