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Volume 35, Number 9, June 15, 2003

Health and income inequality: attempting to avoid the aggregation problem
pp. 999-1004(6)
Authors: Wildman, John; Gravelle, Hugh; Sutton, Matthew

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Chained, exact and superlative hedonic price changes: estimates from microdata
pp. 1005-1014(10)
Authors: Ioannidis, Christos; Silver, Mick

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Dynamic almost ideal demand systems: an empirical analysis of alcohol expenditure in Ireland
pp. 1025-1036(12)
Authors: Eakins, John M.; Gallagher, Liam A.

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Bilateral J-curve between India and her trading partners
pp. 1037-1041(5)
Authors: Arora, Swarnjit; Bahmani-Oskooee, Mohsen; Goswami, Gour

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A double-hurdle model of Irish household expenditure on prepared meals
pp. 1053-1061(9)
Authors: Newman, Carol; Henchion, Maeve; Matthews, Alan

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The effect of robust growth on poverty: a nonlinear analysis
pp. 1063-1071(9)
Authors: Enders, Walter; Hoover, Gary A.

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Were the peseta exchange rate crises forecastable during target zone period?
pp. 1087-1099(13)
Authors: Campos, M. Isabel; Jiménez-Ridruejo, Zenón

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Are you experienced? British evidence on age-earnings profiles
pp. 1101-1115(15)
Author: Robinson, Helen

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Spurious rejections by cointegration tests induced by structural breaks
pp. 1117-1121(5)
Authors: Leybourne, Stephen J.; Newbold, Paul

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