# Cambridge - Risk, Information & Quantity Signals

# Papers

Postal: UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, RESEARCH PROJECT ON RISK, INFORMATION AND QUANTITY SIGNALS IN ECONOMICS(E.S.R.C.), DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED ECONOMICS, SIDGWICK AV. CAMBRIDGE CB3 9DEDE U.K..

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### 2000

**63 Household Saving in Chile: Microeconomic Evidence***by*Butelmann, A. & Gallego, F.**62 Bank Concentration: Chile and International Comparisons***by*Levine, R.**61 Optimal Monetary Policy Rules Under Inflation Range Targeting***by*Medina, J.P. & Valdes, R.

### 1999

**50 The Effect of Capital Controls on Interest Rate Differentials***by*Herrera, L.O. & Valdes, R.**48 Do Depositors Punish Banks for "Bad"Behavior?: Examining Market Discipline in Argentina, Chile, and Mexico***by*Soledad, M.S. & Schmukler, S.**47 What Drives Private Saving Across the World?***by*Loayza, N. & Schmidt, K. & Serven, L.

### 1995

**202 The Survival Assumption and Existence of Competitive Equilibria When Asset Markets are Incomplete***by*Gottardi, P. & Hens, T.**201 The Not-So-Secret Agent: Professional Monitors, Hierarchies and Implementation***by*Baliga, S.**200 Endogenous Agency Problems***by*Anderlini, L. & Felli, L.

### 1993

**196 Optimal Mix of Pension Systems***by*Siandra E.**195 Adjustments, Evolution and Equilibrium Selection in Coordination Games***by*Kim, Y.**194 Trade and Almost Common Knowledge***by*Morris, S.**193 Multilateral Bargaining With Imperfect Information***by*Baliga, S. & Serrano, R.**192 Implementation in incomplete Information Environments: The Use of Extensive Form Games***by*Baliga, S.**191 Price Bubbles and Learning***by*Morris, S.**190 On Adaptative Learning in Strategic Games***by*Marimon, R. & McGraltan, E.**189 Expectations and Learning under Alternative Monetary Regimes: An Experimental Approach***by*Marimon, R. & Sunder, S.**188 Liquidity and Financial Intermediation***by*Dutta, J. & Kapur, S.**187 Learning by Observation within the Firm***by*Dutta, J. & Prasad, K.**186 Path Dependence and Learning from Neighbours***by*Aderlini, L. & Ianni, A.**185 Multiproduct Nonlinear Pricing***by*Amestrong, M.**184 Regulating Multiproduct Firm with Unknown Costs***by*Amestrong, M.**183 Incomplete Written Contracts: Undescribable States of Nature***by*Anderlini, L. & Felli, L.**182 A Monetary Model of Market Size and Specialisation***by*Siandra, E.**181 On the Existence of a Continuous Utility Function Representing Preferences***by*Mehta, G.B.

### 1992

**180 Remarks on Some Recent Developments in Utility Theory***by*Mehta, G.B.**179 A Remark on Incomplete Market Equilibrium***by*Hahn, F.**178 Price Uncertainty and Derivative Securities in a General Equilibrium Model***by*Chichilnisky, G. & Dutta, J. & Heal, G.M.**177 Flexibility and Information***by*Kapur, S.**176 Efficiency Wages and Underemployment in the Long Run***by*Dutta, J.**175 Irreversible Investment and Aggregate Instability***by*Kapur, S.**174 Out-Of-Equilibrium Learning and Convergence to Nash Equilibrium***by*Evans, R.A.**172 Choice Under Uncertainty with Costly Computations***by*Prasad, K.**171 On Technological Diffusion with Endogenous Learning***by*Kapur, S.**170 On Technological Expectations***by*Kapur, S.**169 Value, Consistency and Random Coalition Formation***by*Evans, R.A.**168 Self-Reinforcing Mechanisms and Market Information***by*Agliardi, E. & Bibbington, M.S.**166 Incomplete Market Economy***by*Hahn, F.

### 1991

**173 Asset Specificities, International Trade and Multinational Firms***by*Prasad, K. & Beladi, H.**167 Cooperation and Effective Computability***by*Anderlini, L. & Sabourian, H.**165 Indeterminacy and Increasing Returns***by*Benhabib, J. & Farmer, R.E.A**164 The Aggregate Effects of Monetary Externalities***by*Benhabiv, J. & Farmer, R.A.E.**163 Anticipation and Aggrgation of Idiosyncratic Risks***by*Donaldson, J. & Dutta, J.**162 Technology Adoption and the Optimal Rate of Obsolescence***by*Agliardi, E.**161 Learning-by-Doing and Implications on Market Structures***by*Agliardi, E.**160 Competing Technologies and Lock-in by Random Events***by*Agliardi, E.

### 1990

**159 Communication, Computability And Common Interest Games***by*Anderlini, L.**158 On The Non Neutrality Of Money With Incomplete Market***by*Gottardi, P.**157 An Analysis Of The Conditions For The Validity Of Modigliani-Miller Theorem With Incomplete Markets***by*Gottardi, P.**156 Average Behaviour In Learning Models***by*Canning, D.**155 On Stationary Monetary Equilibria In Overlapping Generations Models With Incomplete Markets***by*Gottardi, P.**154 Inventory Cycles, Disequilibrium Dynamics And Effective Demand***by*Canning, D.**153 Rationality, Computability And The Limits Of Game Theory***by*Canning, D.**153a Nash Bargaining And The Shrinking Pie Game: A Brief Note***by*Rowthorn, R.E.**151 Some Remarks On Missing Markets***by*Hahn, F.H.**150 Social Equilibrium***by*Canning, D.**149 Growth, Externalities And Taxation***by*Newbery, D.M.**148 A Model Of The Role Of Brokerage In Financial Intermediation***by*Seabright, P.