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 1998-W22* Ben Cooper and Cecilia García-Peñalosa, Status Effects and Negative Utility Growth

 1998-W21 Siddhartha Chib, Federico Nardari and Neil Shephard, Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for generalised stochastic volatility models ps

 1998-W20* Stephen Morris and Hyun Song Shin, A Theory of the Onset of Currency Attacks

 1998-W19. Tina Rydberg and Neil Shephard, The dynamics of trade-by-trade price movements: decomposition and models. ps

 1998-W18. Ola Elerian, A note on the existence of a closed form conditional transition density for the Milstein scheme.

 1998-W17. Bent Nielsen, Conditional test for rank in bivariate canonical correlation analysis. Published in Biometrika, vol. 88, p. 874-880.

1998-W16*. Gavin Cameron, Catch-Up and Leapfrog between the USA and Japan

1998-W15&147. Jeremy Bulow and Paul Klemperer, The Tobacco Deal

1998-W14. Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen and Neil Shephard, Incorporation of a leverage effect in a stochastic volatility model ps

1998-W13. Bent Nielsen and Anders Rahbek, Similarity Issues in Cointegration Models, is published in Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, vol. 62, p. 5-22. (2000).

1998-W12&145. Christopher Bliss, The Ergodic Distribution of Wealth with Random Shocks

1998-W11&144. James Proudman and Stephen Redding, Evolving Patterns of International Trade

1998-W10. Ola Elerian, Siddhartha Chib and Neil Shephard, Likelihood inference for discretely observed diffusions. Revised August 1998. Revised again, May 1999, available here

1998-W9&143. Bronwyn H. Hall, Jacques Mairesse, Benoît Mulkay, Firm Level Investment in France and the United States: An exploration of what we have learned in twenty years

1998-W8&142. Bronwyn H. Hall, Jacques Mairesse, Lee Branstetter and Bruno Crepon, Does Cash Flow cause Investment and R&d: An Exploration Using Panel Data for French, Japanese, and United States Scientific Firms

1998-W7 Ole E. Barndorff-Nielsen and Neil Shephard, Aggregation and model construction for volatility models, ps, Zipped ps

1998-W6 Siem Jan Koopman, Neil Shephard and Jurgen Doornik, Statistical algorithms for models in state space using SsfPack 2.2, forthcoming Econometrics Journal 2, (1999).

1998-W5 Michael K Pitt and Neil Shephard (1999), Time Varying Covariances: A Factor Stochastic Volatility Approach (with discussion), In J.M. Bernardo, J.O. Berger, A.P. Dawid and A.F.M. Smith (eds.) Bayesian Statistics 6, Proceedings of the Sixth Valencia International Meeting 547-570 (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

1998-W4 Jeremy Bulow, Ming Huang and Paul Klemperer, Toeholds and Takeovers Zipped

1998-W3 Paul Klemperer, Auctions with Almost Common Values: The "Wallet Game" and its Applications Zipped

1998-W2& Jeremy Bulow and Paul Klemperer, Prices and the Winner's Curse

 1998-W1 Jeremy Bulow and Paul Klemperer, The Generalized War of Attrition Zipped.


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