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### 1973, Volume 6, Issue 6

### 1973, Volume 6, Issue 5

**415-445 Competitive equilibria with infinitely many commodities (II)***by*Stigum, Bernt P.**446-470 Stability and competitive equilibrium in two models of search and individual price adjustment***by*Fisher, Franklin M.**471-482 "Gammaville": An optimal town***by*Riley, John G.**483-494 Price characterization of stable allocations in exchange economies with externalities***by*Borglin, Anders**495-507 Impatience and the preference for advancement in the timing of satisfactions***by*Stuart Burness, H.**508-514 Crime and "punishment": Risk implications***by*Brown, William W. & Reynolds, Morgan O.**515-519 Lancaster's version of the Walras-Wald model***by*Womer, Norman K.**520-524 Period analysis and continuous analysis in Patinkin's macroeconomic model--A critical note***by*Chand, Sheetal

### 1973, Volume 6, Issue 4

**321-344 Wage differentials in a dynamic theory of the firm***by*Salop, S. C.**345-354 Do Walras' identity and continuity characterize the class of community excess demand functions?***by*Sonnenschein, Hugo**355-381 Existence of Lindahl equilibrium with a measure space of consumers***by*Roberts, Donald John**382-395 Money in the pure consumption loan model***by*Grandmont, Jean-Michel & Laroque, Guy**396-398 Properties of functions which are solutions to maximization problems***by*Cox, James C.**399-403 On input-output multipliers with errors in input-output coefficients***by*Park, Se-Hark**404-408 Pricing and taxation in a Marxian two-sector model: A brief reflection***by*Szeplaki, Leslie**409-412 On cores and equilibria of productive economies with a measure space of consumers: An example***by*Boehm, Volker

### 1973, Volume 6, Issue 3

**219-242 The steady state behavior of a class of one sector growth models with uncertain technology***by*Mirman, Leonard J.**243-264 A simple majority rule on the distribution of income***by*Hamada, Koichi**265-283 Comparative dynamics (sensitivity analysis) in optimal control theory***by*Oniki, Hajime**284-316 Functional forms for profit and transformation functions***by*Diewert, W. E.**317-319 Approximation scheme for evaluating some terminal capital stock***by*Aoki, Masanao

### 1973, Volume 6, Issue 2

**107-125 On optimal delivery lags***by*Maccini, Louis J.**126-143 Basic theoretical issues of resource depletion***by*Vousden, Neil**144-161 Optimum city size: A minimum congestion cost approach***by*Livesey, D. A.**162-179 Effects of congestion on the shape of a city***by*Legey, L. & Ripper, M. & Varaiya, P.**180-187 Notes on the measurement of inequality***by*Dasgupta, Partha & Sen, Amartya & Starrett, David**188-204 Some further results on the measurement of inequality***by*Rothschild, Michael & Stiglitz, Joseph E.**205-209 Demand elasticity, product differentiation, and market structure***by*McKean, J. R. & Peterson, R. D.**210-212 A theorem on additively-separable, quasi-concave functions***by*Cox, James C.

### 1973, Volume 6, Issue 1

**1-11 Disadvantageous monopolies***by*Aumann, Robert J.**12-36 Pure exchange equilibrium of dynamic economic models***by*Gale, David**37-67 Random exchange economies***by*Bhattacharya, Rabindra Nath & Majumdar, Mukul**68-90 Optimal stationary consumption with stochastic production and resources***by*Radner, Roy**91-93 Externalities and the basic theorems of welfare economics: A supplementary note***by*Osana, Hiroaki**94-95 The optimum population and growth: A closer look***by*Pitchford, J. D.**96-106 On optimum taxation***by*Hahn, Frank H.

### 1972, Volume 5, Issue 3

**308-335 Consumption decisions under uncertainty***by*Dreze, Jacques H. & Modigliani, Franco**336-347 The real balance effect and the traditional theory of consumer behavior: A reconciliation***by*Dusansky, Richard & Kalman, Peter J.**348-376 On models of expectations that arise from maximizing behavior of economic agents over time***by*Brock, William A.**377-382 On the social welfare function and the parameters of income distribution***by*Kats, Amoz**383-394 Simple and general nonsubstitution theorems for input-output models***by*Johansen, Leif**395-418 Markets in licenses and efficient pollution control programs***by*Montgomery, W. David**419-477 Theory of value with public goods: A survey article***by*Milleron, Jean-Claude**478-486 Social choice theory without the Pareto Principle***by*Wilson, Robert**487-523 On the definition and computation of a capital stock invariant under optimization***by*Hansen, Terje & Koopmans, Tjalling C.**524-536 Multiperiod monopoly under uncertainty***by*Zabel, Edward**537-539 A note on the optimal control of pollution***by*Forster, Bruce A.**540-541 Note on land use in a long narrow city***by*Hochman, Oded & Pines, David

### 1972, Volume 5, Issue 2

**177-188 Optima and market equilibria with indivisible commodities***by*Emmerson, Richard D.**189-207 Lotteries and social choices***by*Fishburn, Peter C.**208-223 The case of the vanishing Slutsky matrix***by*Afriat, S. N.**224-249 Approximate equilibrium in economies with indivisible commodities***by*Broome, John**250-257 Hyperinflation and the rate of growth in the money supply***by*Goldman, Steven M.**258-266 The effects of price and cost uncertainty on investment***by*Hartman, Richard**267-277 Arrow's theorem, many agents, and invisible dictators***by*Kirman, Alan P. & Sondermann, Dieter**278-279 The optimum population and growth: Comment***by*Russell, R. Robert**280-284 The optimum population and growth: Reply***by*Votey, Harold Jr.**285-291 An alternative proof of the Frobenius theorem***by*Murata, Yasuo**292-302 Conjugate duality: Some applications to economic theory***by*Beckmann, Martin J. & Kapur, Kailash C.**303-305 Concentration and the growth of market demand: a comment on Gaskins limit pricing model***by*Ireland, N. J.**306-306 Addendum to "increasing risk: I. A definition"***by*Rothschild, Michael & Stiglitz, Joseph E.

### 1972, Volume 5, Issue 1

**1-13 Some general theorems on efficiency prices with an infinite-dimensional commodity space***by*Majumdar, Mukul**14-20 The game-theoretic structure of Arrow's general possibility theorem***by*Wilson, Robert**21-41 The importance of malleable capital in optimal growth models***by*Newbery, David**42-68 Balanced growth under uncertainty***by*Stigum, Bernt P.**69-78 Money, public expenditure and labor supply***by*Phelps, Edmund S.**79-87 Social homogeneity and the probability of intransitive majority rule***by*Jamison, Dean & Luce, Edward**88-101 Cooperative games in effectiveness form***by*Rosenthal, Robert W.**102-120 The general saddlepoint property of optimal-control motions***by*Samuelson, Paul A.**121-151 Optimal economic growth and stationary ordinal utility --A fisherian approach***by*Iwai, Katsuhito**152-162 Continuity of the equilibrium-set correspondence***by*Hildenbrand, Kurt**163-169 The measurement of inequality***by*Allingham, M. G.**170-173 An expository note on the uniqueness of exchange equilibrium***by*Frevert, Peter W.**174-176 On continuous utility***by*Neuefeind, Wilhelm

### 1972, Volume 4, Issue 3

**355-371 Monopoly theory in general equilibrium and the two-sector model of economic growth***by*Batra, Raveendra N.**372-380 General equilibrium theory with complementary factors***by*Rader, Trout**381-400 Oligopoly "A la cournot" in a general equilibrium analysis***by*Jaskold Gabszewicz, Jean & Vial, Jean-Philippe**401-414 Externalities and the basic theorems of welfare economics***by*Osana, Hiroaki**415-441 Allocation of resources in a team***by*Groves, Theodore & Radner, Roy**442-457 On complementarity and stability***by*Mukherji, Anjan**458-464 On Shephard's duality theorem***by*Jacobsen, S. E.**465-478 Transactions with set-up costs***by*Heller, Walter Perrin**479-513 Optimal economic growth and uncertainty: The discounted case***by*Brock, William A. & Mirman, Leonard J.**514-540 Existence of equilibria in economies with infinitely many commodities***by*Bewley, Truman F.**541-544 Olech's theorem and the dynamic stability of theories of the rate of interest***by*Garcia, Gillian**545-551 Differential equations with discontinuous right-hand side for planning procedures***by*Henry, Claude**552-556 The adjustment speed of neoclassical growth models***by*Williams, R. L. & Crouch, R. L.

### 1972, Volume 4, Issue 2

**103-124 Expectations and the neutrality of money***by*Lucas, Robert Jr.**125-131 Lagrange multiplier values at constrained optima***by*Zajac, E. E.**132-143 On the inequitable nature of core allocations***by*Green, Jerry R.**144-153 Nonvoting and the existence of equilibrium under majority rule***by*Hinich, Melvin J. & Ledyard, John O. & Ordeshook, Peter C.**154-173 The optimal size of market areas***by*Stern, Nicholas**174-179 The optimal structure of market areas***by*Bollobas, Bela & Stern, Nicholas**180-199 Fundamental nonconvexities in the theory of externalities***by*Starrett, David A.**200-223 On capital overaccumulation in the aggregative, neoclassical model of economic growth: A complete characterization***by*Cass, David**224-240 Distinguishing inefficient competitive growth paths: A note on capital overaccumulation and rapidly diminishing future value of consumption in a fairly general model of capitalistic production***by*Cass, David**241-255 The core and the Lindahl equilibrium of an economy with a public good: an example***by*Muench, Thomas J.**256-267 Optimal growth when the stock of resources is finite and depletable***by*Anderson, Kent P.**268-288 Fairly good plans***by*Mirrlees, J. A. & Stern, N. H.**289-311 Money, income, wealth, and welfare***by*Fischer, Stanley**312-328 The allocation of individual risks in large markets***by*Malinvaud, E.**329-354 A restatement of Beckmann's model on the distribution of urban rent and residential density***by*Montesano, Aldo

### 1972, Volume 4, Issue 1

**1-18 Collusion of factor owners and distribution of social output***by*Hansen, Terje & Jaskold-Gabszewicz, Jean**19-34 The optimal control of pollution***by*Keeler, Emmett & Spence, Michael & Zeckhauser, Richard**35-44 On the existence of optimal policies under uncertainty***by*Leland, Hayne E.**45-57 Continuity properties of a von Neumann-Morgenstern utility***by*Grandmont, Jean-Michel**58-71 Optimal macroeconomic policy adjustment under conditions of risk***by*Henderson, Dale W. & Turnovsky, Stephen J.**72-81 The rate of technical progress: The "indianapolis 500"***by*Barzel, Yoram**82-87 Gross substitutes and the utility function***by*Fisher, Franklin M.**88-93 On stability in the saddle-point sense***by*Levhari, David & Liviatan, Nissan**94-97 A location theorem for single-peaked preferences***by*Fishburn, Peter C.**98-100 Relation between a social welfare function and the gini index of income inequality***by*Sheshinski, Eytan**101-102 Comment on homogeneous production functions***by*Shephard, Ronald W.

### 1971, Volume 3, Issue 4

**345-372 Notes on endogenous change of tastes***by*von Weizsacker, Carl Christian**373-413 Optimum consumption and portfolio rules in a continuous-time model***by*Merton, Robert C.**414-429 Random preferences and equilibrium analysis***by*Hildenbrand, Werner**430-447 Land use in a long narrow city***by*Solow, Robert M. & Vickrey, William S.

### 1971, Volume 3, Issue 3

**219-240 On the management of public monopolies subject to budgetary constraints***by*Boiteux, M.**241-253 Optimal inventory and capital policy under certainty***by*Martirena-Mantel, Ana M.**254-271 Stable coalition proposals in majority-rule voting***by*Wilson, Robert**272-287 Interfirm learning and the kinked demand curve***by*Cyert, Richard M. & DeGroot, Morris H.**288-305 Stochastic dominance and diversification***by*Hadar, Josef & Russell, William R.**306-322 Dynamic limit pricing: Optimal pricing under threat of entry***by*Gaskins, Darius Jr.**323-334 Coalitions, core, and competition***by*Richter, Marcel K.**335-340 The correspondence principle and distributed lags***by*Benavie, Arthur**341-344 Footnotes to marcel Boiteux's value-constrained second best***by*Kolm, Serge-Christophe

### 1971, Volume 3, Issue 2

**109-133 Risk and the competitive firm***by*Zabel, Edward**134-145 On Ricardo's problem***by*Case, J.**146-155 The le chatelier principle as a corollary to a generalized envelope theorem***by*Silberberg, Eugene**156-168 A model of price adjustment***by*Diamond, Peter A.**169-181 On the existence of a coopertive solution for a general class of N-person games***by*Scarf, Herbert E.**182-188 External economies and cores***by*Rosenthal, Robert W.**189-198 Learning by doing and occupational specialization***by*Weiss, Yoram**199-206 Conjunctive effects on economies of scale and rate structures in establishing the geographical milk supply area of the plant***by*Kenneth DeHaven, R.**207-214 Sufficient conditions in optimal control theory***by*Kamien, Morton I. & Schwartz, Nancy L.**215-218 A secular theory of inflation: A comment***by*Carlson, John A.

### 1971, Volume 3, Issue 1

**1-22 An existence theorem for the second best***by*Sontheimer, Kevin C.**23-39 Price variation duopoly with differentiated products and random demand***by*Levitan, Richard & Shubik, Martin**40-53 Multiperiod consumption-investment decisions and risk preference***by*Neave, Edwin H.**54-65 The relation of optima and market equilibria with externalities***by*Ledyard, John O.**66-84 Increasing risk II: Its economic consequences***by*Rothschild, Michael & Stiglitz, Joseph E.**85-104 Heterogeneous labor, the internal labor market, and the dynamics of the employment-hours decision***by*Ehrenberg, Ronald G.**105-108 Generalized CES production functions***by*Lin, Steven A. Y.

### 1970, Volume 2, Issue 4

**321-328 Suborders on commodity spaces***by*Fishburn, Peter C.**329-347 Adjustment costs and variable inputs in the theory of the competitive firm***by*Treadway, Arthur B.**348-353 The finer structure of revealed preference***by*Wilson, Robert B.**354-367 Conditions for simple majority decision functions with intransitive individual indifference***by*Fishburn, Peter C.**368-382 Uncertainty and the demand for liquid assets***by*Dixit, Avinash K. & Goldman, Steven M.**383-398 A "Scandinavian consensus" solution for efficient income distribution among nonmalevolent consumers***by*Bergstrom, Theodore C.**399-410 Some approximation theorems on efficiency prices for infinite programs***by*Majumdar, Mukul**411-422 Substitution in a general equilibrium framework***by*Akerlof, George A. & Burmeister, Edwin**423-426 Homotheticity in joint production***by*Hanoch, Giora**427-436 On the uniqueness and stability conditions of a balanced growth path in neoclassical two-sector models***by*Ezawa, Taichi

### 1970, Volume 2, Issue 3

**211-224 Incidence of an interest income tax***by*Diamond, Peter A.**225-243 Increasing risk: I. A definition***by*Rothschild, Michael & Stiglitz, Joseph E.**244-263 On the measurement of inequality***by*Atkinson, Anthony B.**264-266 A theorem on the measurement of inequality***by*Newbery, David**267-275 On social choice with quasitransitive individual preferences***by*Pattanaik, Prasanta K.**276-291 Economic equilibrium with costly marketing***by*Foley, Duncan K.**292-309 Capital accumulation in a riskless environment***by*Lippman, Steven A.**310-313 Comments on the definition of homogeneous and homothetic functions***by*Kats, Amoz**314-318 Correction on the boundary conditions in Beckmann's model on urban rent and residential density***by*Delson, Jerome K.**319-320 Some properties of concave functions: A comment***by*Khang, Chulsoon

### 1970, Volume 2, Issue 2

**107-121 Marketable surplus and growth in the dual economy***by*Zarembka, Paul**122-160 The structure of investor preferences and asset returns, and separability in portfolio allocation: A contribution to the pure theory of mutual funds***by*Cass, David & Stiglitz, Joseph E.**161-188 On economies with many agents***by*Hildenbrand, Werner**189-194 On ex post factor substitution***by*Hu, Sheng Cheng**195-206 Quasi-competitive price adjustment by individual firms: a preliminary paper***by*Fisher, Franklin M.

### 1970, Volume 2, Issue 1

**1-9 Period analysis and continuous analysis in Patinkin's macroeconomic model***by*May, Josef**10-26 Medical insurance: A case study of the tradeoff between risk spreading and appropriate incentives***by*Zeckhauser, Richard**27-40 Majority rule and rationality***by*Inada, Ken-Ichi**41-85 Efficiency prices in an infinite-dimensional space***by*Peleg, Bezalel & Yaari, Menahem E.**86-94 A note on variable elasticity of substitution***by*Otani, Yoshihiko**95-102 A further note on a difference equation recurring in growth theory***by*Sato, Ryuzo**103-106 Arrow's impossibility theorem: Concise proof and infinite voters***by*Fishburn, Peter C.

### 1969, Volume 1, Issue 4

**353-373 The use of prices to characterize the core of an economy***by*Cornwall, Richard R.**374-396 Duality and the structure of utility functions***by*Lau, Lawrence J.**397-415 Research and technological progress in a cournot economy***by*Ruff, Larry E.**416-437 A dynamic model of trade between the final and the intermediate products***by*Khang, Chulsoon**438-453 Micro and macro constant-elasticity-of-substitution production functions in a multifirm industry***by*Sato, Kazuo**454-475 Notes on Turnpikes: Stable and unstable***by*Liviatan, Nissan & Samuelson, Paul A.**476-479 Theories of markets without recontracting***by*Grossman, Herschel I.**480-486 A secular theory of inflation***by*Birch, John I. & Cramer, Curtis

### 1969, Volume 1, Issue 3

**229-243 Optimal growth under factor augmenting progress***by*Brock, William A. & Gale, David**244-272 Tightness and substitution in the theory of capital***by*Kurz, Mordecai**273-290 The optimum population and growth: A new look : A modification to include a preference for children in the welfare function***by*Votey, Harold Jr.**291-314 Some properties of concave functions***by*Newman, Peter**315-329 Some remarks on measures of risk aversion and on their uses***by*Yaari, Menahem E.**330-346 Public debt, taxation, and capital intensiveness***by*Phelps, Edmund S. & Shell, Karl**347-351 Lancaster vs. samuelson on the shape of the neoclassical transformation surface***by*Kelly, Jerry Stewart

### 1969, Volume 1, Issue 2

**119-140 Specific interpretations of learning by doing***by*Fellner, William**141-177 Optimal public investment policy and controllability with fixed private savings ratio***by*Arrow, Kenneth J. & Kurz, Mordecai**178-202 Necessary and sufficient conditions for rational choice under majority decision***by*Sen, Amartya & Pattanaik, Prasanta K.**203-219 Marketable surplus and dual development***by*Dixit, Avinash K.**220-227 A bayesian approach to the theory of expectations***by*Turnovsky, Stephen J.

### 1969, Volume 1, Issue 1

**1-8 Disembodied technological change with several factors***by*Burmeister, Edwin & Dobell, Rodney**9-25 On market games***by*Shapley, Lloyd S. & Shubik, Martin**26-38 A simple remark on the second best pareto optimality of market equilibria***by*McFadden, Daniel**39-47 Consumption behavior and time preference***by*Goldman, Steven M.**48-59 The effect of uncertainty on monopoly price, capital stock and utilization of capital***by*Smith, Kenneth R.

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