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Swiss Society of Economics and Statistics (SSES)

Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics (SJES)

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c/o SNB/BNS, Börsenstrasse 15, PO Box 2800, CH-8022 Zürich

Phone: +41 58 631 32 34
Web page: http://www.sjes.ch
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Additional information is available for the following registered editor(s): Rafael Lalive Klaus Neusser
For corrections or technical questions regarding this series, please contact (Peter Steiner)

Series handle: repec:ses:arsjes
ISSN: 0303-9692

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June 1969, Volume 105, Issue II

March 1969, Volume 105, Issue I

December 1968, Volume 104, Issue IV

September 1968, Volume 104, Issue III

June 1968, Volume 104, Issue II

March 1968, Volume 104, Issue I

December 1967, Volume 103, Issue IV

September 1967, Volume 103, Issue III

June 1967, Volume 103, Issue II

March 1967, Volume 103, Issue I

September 1966, Volume 102, Issue III/IV

June 1966, Volume 102, Issue II

March 1966, Volume 102, Issue I

December 1965, Volume 101, Issue IV

September 1965, Volume 101, Issue III

June 1965, Volume 101, Issue II

March 1965, Volume 101, Issue I

December 1964, Volume 100, Issue IV

September 1964, Volume 100, Issue III

March 1964, Volume 100, Issue I/II

December 1963, Volume 99, Issue IV

September 1963, Volume 99, Issue III

June 1963, Volume 99, Issue II

March 1963, Volume 99, Issue I

December 1962, Volume 98, Issue IV

September 1962, Volume 98, Issue III

June 1962, Volume 98, Issue II

March 1962, Volume 98, Issue I

December 1961, Volume 97, Issue IV

September 1961, Volume 97, Issue III

June 1961, Volume 97, Issue II

March 1961, Volume 97, Issue I

December 1960, Volume 96, Issue IV

September 1960, Volume 96, Issue III

June 1960, Volume 96, Issue II

March 1960, Volume 96, Issue I

December 1959, Volume 95, Issue IV

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