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Editor: Tommaso Proietti

Assistant editor: Rocco Ciciretti


The CEIS Research Papers Series collects research activities, both by researchers and affiliates of CEIS, and those distributed through the Social Science Research Network - SSRN. Over 8000 world-wide subscribers currently receive an alert every two weeks, which contains three new research papers. To receive this alert you may subscribe to SSRN, which started in February 2003.

ISSN 2610-931X [online]

Papers are available on SSRN and RePEc websites.

 

n.466 Paper Found
Subjective Health Measures, Reporting Errors and Endogeneity in the Relationship Between Health and Work Kerkhofs Marcel and Lindeboom Maarten, CEIS Research Paper, 46, February 2004
Ranking Intersecting Lorenz Curves Aaberge Rolf, CEIS Research Paper, 45, January 2004
A New Indicator of Technological Capabilities for Developed and Developing Countries (ArCo) Archibugi Daniele and Coco Alberto, CEIS Research Paper, 44, January 2004
Financing Technology: An Assessment of Theory and Practice Scandizzo Pasquale Lucio, CEIS Research Paper, 43, January 2004
Individual Mortality and Macro Economic Conditions from Birth to Death Lindeboom Maarten, Portrait France and Van Den Berg Gerard J., CEIS Research Paper, 42, October 2003
On the Generic Strategic Stability of Nash Equilibria if Voting is Costly De Sinopoli Francesco and Iannantuoni Giovanna, CEIS Research Paper, 41, December 2003
Capital Structure in South Korea: A Quantile Regression Approach Fattouh Bassam, Harris Laurence and Scaramozzino Pasquale, CEIS Research Paper, 40, December 2003
Private Medical Insurance and Saving: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey Guariglia Alessandra and Rossi Mariacristina, CEIS Research Paper, 39, November 2003
Reverse Discrimination and Efficiency in Education De Fraja Gianni, CEIS Research Paper, 38, October 2003
Nonlinear Phillips Curves, Mixing Feedback Rules and the Distribution of Inflation and Output Corrado Luisa and Holly Sean, CEIS Research Paper, 37, October 2003
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