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Volume 30, Number 9, 1 September 1998

The relevance of unanticipated money growth in explaining output variation
pp. 1127-1136(10)
Authors: Hine, Steven C.; Bischoff, Charles. W.

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Oscillating labour from the West Bank
pp. 1137-1146(10)
Author: Kadri, Ali

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Exchange rates and import prices for a small open economy: the case of Ireland
pp. 1147-1155(9)
Authors: Kenny, Geoff; Mcgettigan, Donal

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The earnings of male immigrants in England: evidence from the quarterly LFS
pp. 1157-1168(12)
Authors: Shields, Michael A.; Price, Stephen Wheatley

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Multimarket market power estimation: the Australian retail meat sector
pp. 1169-1176(8)
Authors: Hyde, Charles E.; Perloff, Jeffrey M.

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The implications of current policies on the production of infant health
pp. 1177-1186(10)
Authors: Walker, Mary Beth; Wallace, Sally

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Thedouble-negativeeffect onthe earnings of foreign-born females in Canada
pp. 1187-1201(15)
Author: Shamsuddin, Abul F. M.

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Job exit of men: new job destination versus unemployment destination
pp. 1231-1238(8)
Author: Gonzalo, Maria Teresa

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Cyclicality of real wages and adjustment costs
pp. 1239-1250(12)
Author: Chiarini, Bruno

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Economies of scale and scope in Flemish secondary schools
pp. 1251-1258(8)
Authors: Smet, Mike; Nonneman, Walter

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Estimating an hedonic translog cost function for the home health care industry
pp. 1259-1267(9)
Authors: Dudzinski, Cynthia S.; Erekson, O. Homer; Ziegert, Andrea L.

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