ISSN 0003-6846 (Print); ISSN 1466-4283 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Estimating unemployment inflows, outflows and long-term unemployment in Britain using the cointegration approach
Harris, R. I. D.
To fine or to punish in the late Middle Ages: a time-series analysis of justice administration in Nivelles, 1424-1536
Croix, David De La; Rousseaux, Xavier; Urbain, Jean-Pierre
Price and quality components of imports of food products into the UK
Balasubramanyam, V. N.; Salisu, M. A.
Welfare implications of increased US beef promotion
Kinnucan, Henry W.; Xiao, Hui; Hsia, Chung Jen
Consumption: innovation persistence and the excess smoothness debate
Patterson, Kerry D.; Sowell, Fallaw
Evidence from time series on militarizing the economy: the case of Iraq
Asseery, Ahmed. A. A.
The impact of industrial structure on changes in unemployment in GB travel to work areas 1989-92
Gripaios, Peter; Wiseman, Nick
Sectoral cointegration, structural break and agriculture's role in the Chinese economy in 1952-92: a VAR approach
Intervention analysis with cointegrated time series: the case of the Hawaii hotel room tax
Bonham, Carl S.; Gangnes, Byron
Technical efficiency and scope economies in hospitals
The balancing item in Australia's balance of payments accounts: an impressionistic view
Fausten, Dietrich K.; Brooks, Robert D.
Intermediate monetary targets and macroeconomic fluctuations
Keating, John W.
Formation of inflation expectations: from the simple to the rational expectations hypothesis
Madsen, Jakob B.
The effect of commute time on racial earnings inequality: a case study of the Houston metropolitan statistical area
Myers, Samuel L.; Saunders, Lisa
The incidence of, and returns to overeducation in the UK