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Current editor: Paul Wachtel

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Series handle: RePEc:pal:compes
ISSN: 0888-7233

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September 2012, Volume 54, Issue 3

June 2012, Volume 54, Issue 2

March 2012, Volume 54, Issue 1

December 2011, Volume 53, Issue 4

September 2011, Volume 53, Issue 3

June 2011, Volume 53, Issue 2

March 2011, Volume 53, Issue 1

December 2010, Volume 52, Issue 4

September 2010, Volume 52, Issue 3

June 2010, Volume 52, Issue 2

March 2010, Volume 52, Issue 1

December 2009, Volume 51, Issue 4

September 2009, Volume 51, Issue 3

June 2009, Volume 51, Issue 2

March 2009, Volume 51, Issue 1

December 2008, Volume 50, Issue 4

September 2008, Volume 50, Issue 3

June 2008, Volume 50, Issue 2

March 2008, Volume 50, Issue 1

December 2007, Volume 49, Issue 4

September 2007, Volume 49, Issue 3

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