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School of Economics and Finance Discussion Paper Series

The School of Economics & Finance at the University of St Andrews has made the decision to stop printing Discussion Papers.

Most of our discussion papers can be downloaded here in PDF format. The School Discussion Paper Series has ISSN 0962-4031, and is listed on RePEc.

The Centre for Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis (CDMA) has its own Discussion Paper Series:
CDMA Paper Series

Click on a highlighted title to downloaded a paper in pdf format. (Get Acrobat Reader)

(Staff only: You can find information on submitting papers to the two discussion paper series on the staff intranet)

1404Marco Mariotti and Roberto Veneziani 'The Liberal Ethics of Non-Interference and the Pareto Principle'
1403Paola Manzini and Marco Mariotti 'Competing for Attention: Is the Showiest also the Best?'
1402Theodoros M. Diasakos and Florence Neymotin 'Coordination in Public Good Provision: How Individual Volunteering is Impacted by the Volunteering of Others'
1401Alex Trew 'Spatial Takeoff in the First Industrial Revolution'
1319Paola Manzini and Marco Mariotti 'Imperfect Attention and Menu Evaluation'
1318Gang Sun 'Consumption Inequality and Discount Rate Heterogeneity'
1317Gang Sun 'Complete Markets Strikes Back: Revisiting Risk Sharing Tests under Discount Rate Heterogeneity'
1316Jinhyun Lee 'A Consistent Nonparametric Bootstrap Test of Exogeneity'
1315Theodoros M. Diasakos 'Comparative Statics of Asset Prices: the effect of other assets' risk'
1314Theodoros M. Diasakos 'Complexity and Bounded Rationality in Individual Decision Problems'
1313Theodoros M. Diasakos and Kostas Koufopoulos 'Efficient Nash Equilibrium under Adverse Selection '
1312Theodoros M. Diasakos 'A Simple Characterization of Dynamic Completeness in Continuous Time'
1311Michael B Devereux, Ozge Senay and Alan Sutherland 'Nominal Stability and Financial Globalization'
1310Jinhyun Lee 'Sharp Bounds on Heterogeneous Individual Treatment Responses'
1309Emanuel Gasteiger and Shoujian Zhang 'Anticipation, Learning and Welfare: the Case of Distortionary Taxation'

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