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Johnston, J.
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Electoral participation and political context: the turnout – marginality paradox at the 2001 British General Election
Empirical Tests of a Bargaining Theory of Wage Rate Determination.
end of distance but a continuing bounded journey through space?, The
Estimating Amenity Benefits of Coastal Farmland
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Exporting: Does Sales Volume Make a Difference? — Reply
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funding of constituency party general election campaigns in Great Britain, The
Implications of a Land Value Tax with Error in Assessed Values
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Macro-Model of Inflation., A
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On testing for structural effects in electoral geography, using entropy-maximising methods to estimate voting patterns
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Possible extensions to the factorial ecology method: a note
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Residential area characteristics and residential area homogeneity: further thoughts on extensions to the factorial ecology method
Reward design and CEO succession in the UK
Search and the choice of shopping centre: two models of variability in destination selection
Selection Effects in Meta-Analysis and Benefit Transfer: Avoiding Unintended Consequences
Spatial Factors and Stated Preference Values for Public Goods: Considerations for Rural Land Use
spatial impact of fiscal changes in Britain: regional policy in reverse?, The
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Structuring the image: an investigation of the elements of mental maps
Systematic Variation in Willingness to Pay for Aquatic Resource Improvements and Implications for Benefit Transfer: A Meta-Analysis
Tenure, promotion and executive remuneration
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Uncertain Biomass Shift and Collapse: Implications for Harvest Policy in the Fishery
Unemployment, the poll tax, and the British general election of 1992
Using simulation to assess the risks and returns from pasture improvement for beef production in agriculturally underdeveloped regions
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value of making an extra effort: campaign spending and electoral outcomes in recent British General Elections -- a decomposition approach, The
What factors drive IPO aftermarket risk?
Wheat Marketing Symposium 1984: An Introduction
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