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2002 CLEO Working Paper Series
- C02-1 Edward J. McCaffery and Jonathan Baron, The Humpty Dumpty Blues: Disaggregation Bias in the Evaluation of Tax Systems.
- C02-2 Hyungsik Roger Moon and Frank Schorfheide, Minimum Distance Estimation of Nonstationary Time Series Models.
- C02-3 Emmanuel Guerre and Hyungsik Roger Moon, A Note on the Nonstationary Binary Choice Logit Model.
- C02-4 Luca Anderlini, Leonardo Felli, and Andrew Postlewaite, Courts of Law and Unforeseen Contingencies.
- C02-5 Richard R.W. Brooks, Simples Rules for Simple Courts: Specific Performance, Expectation Damages and Hybrid Mechanisms.
- C02-6 Jesse Bull and Joel Watson, Evidence Disclosure and Verifiability.
- C02-7 Albert Choi and Chris William Sanchirico, Should Plaintiffs Win What Defendants Lose? Litigation Stakes, Litigation Effort, and the Benefits of "Decoupling".
- C02-8 Raymond Deneckere and Sergei Severinov, Mechanism Design and Communication Costs.
- C02-9 Antoine Faure-Grimaud, Jean-Jacques Laffont, and David Martimort, Collusion, Delegation and Supervision with Soft Information.
- C02-10 Alon Klement and Zvika Neeman, Optimal Design of Settlement Devices for Cases of Disputed Liability: Fee Shifting Rules and Pleadings Mechanisms.
- C02-11 Niko Matouschek, Information and the Optimal Ownership Structure of Firms.
- C02-12 Kathryn E. Spier, The Use of "Most-Favored-Nation" Clauses in Settlement of Litigation.
- C02-13 Keisuke Hirano, Guido W. Imbens, and Geert Ridder, Efficient Estimation of Average Treatment Effects Using the Estimated Propensity Score.
- C02-14 Timur Kuran and William H. Sandholm, Cultural Integration and Its Discontents.
- C02-15 Geert Ridder and Gerard J. van den Berg, A Cross-Country Comparison of Labor Market Frictions.
- C02-16 Ruud H. Koning and Geert Ridder, Discrete Choice and Stochastic Utility Maximization.
- C02-17 Harry DeAngelo, Linda DeAngelo and Douglas J. Skinner, Are Dividends Disappearing? Dividend Concentration and the Consolidation of Earnings.
- C02-18 H. Lorne Carmichael and W. Bentley MacLeod, How Should a Behavioral Economist Do Welfare Economics?
- C02-19 Herbert Dawid and W. Bentley MacLeod, Evolutionary Bargaining with Cooperative Investments.
- C02-20 Lars P. Feld and John G. Matsusaka, Budget Referendums and Government Spending: Evidence from Swiss Cantons.
- C02-21 John Geanakoplos, Michael Magill and Martine Quinzii, Demography and the Long-Run Predictability of the Stock Market.
- C02-22 J. Luis Guasch, Jean-Jacques Laffont and StÃ©phane Straub, Renegotiation of Concession Contracts in Latin America.
- C02-23 Jean-Jacques Laffont and TchÃ©tchÃ© N'Guessan, Group Lending with Adverse Selection.
- C02-24 Jean-Jacques Laffont, Scott Marcus, Patrick Rey and Jean Tirole, Internet Interconnection and the Off-Net-Cost Pricing Principle.
- C02-25 Yong Kim, Borrowing Constraints and Technology Diffusion: Implications of Intra-Industry Trade.
- C02-26 Yong Kim, Skill Accumulation in the Search Unemployment Model.
- C02-27 Hyungsik Roger Moon and Peter C.B. Phillips, GMM Estimation of Autoregressive Roots Near Unity with Panel Data.
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