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Volume 32, Number 9, 15 July 2000

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On the determination of the US aggregate health care expenditure
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The size and growth of banks: evidence from four European countries
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The demand for home-produced and imported alcoholic beverages in Cyprus: the AIDS approach
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A further note on the three phases of the US business cycle
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The determination of transfer fees in English nonleague football
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Differences in GDP per head in GB counties: some suggested explanations
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Trade in imperfectly competitive industries: the role of market size and consumer preferences
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Optimal prices and costs for hospitals with excess bed capacity
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Effective rates of protection and the Fordney-McCumber and Smoot-Hawley Tariff Acts: comment and revised estimates
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