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Eastern Economic Association

Eastern Economic Journal

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Spring 1992, Volume 18, Issue 2

Winter 1992, Volume 18, Issue 1

Oct-Dec 1991, Volume 17, Issue 4

Jul-Sep 1991, Volume 17, Issue 3

Apr-Jun 1991, Volume 17, Issue 2

Jan-Mar 1991, Volume 17, Issue 1

Oct-Dec 1990, Volume 16, Issue 4

Jul-Sep 1990, Volume 16, Issue 3

Apr-Jun 1990, Volume 16, Issue 2

Jan-Mar 1990, Volume 16, Issue 1

Oct-Dec 1989, Volume 15, Issue 4

Jul-Sep 1989, Volume 15, Issue 3

Apr-Jun 1989, Volume 15, Issue 2

Jan-Mar 1989, Volume 15, Issue 1

Oct-Dec 1988, Volume 14, Issue 4

Jul-Sep 1988, Volume 14, Issue 3

Apr-Jun 1988, Volume 14, Issue 2

Jan-Mar 1988, Volume 14, Issue 1

Oct-Dec 1987, Volume 13, Issue 4

Jul-Sep 1987, Volume 13, Issue 3

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