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Swiss Society of Economics and Statistics (SSES)

Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics (SJES)

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June 1995, Volume 131, Issue II

March 1995, Volume 131, Issue I

December 1994, Volume 130, Issue IV

September 1994, Volume 130, Issue III

June 1994, Volume 130, Issue II

March 1994, Volume 130, Issue I

December 1993, Volume 129, Issue IV

September 1993, Volume 129, Issue III

June 1993, Volume 129, Issue II

March 1993, Volume 129, Issue I

December 1992, Volume 128, Issue IV

September 1992, Volume 128, Issue III

June 1992, Volume 128, Issue II

March 1992, Volume 128, Issue I

December 1991, Volume 127, Issue IV

September 1991, Volume 127, Issue III

June 1991, Volume 127, Issue II

March 1991, Volume 127, Issue I

December 1990, Volume 126, Issue IV

September 1990, Volume 126, Issue III

June 1990, Volume 126, Issue II

March 1990, Volume 126, Issue I

December 1989, Volume 125, Issue IV

September 1989, Volume 125, Issue III

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