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Addendum to "increasing risk: I. A definition"
Analytics of the Pricing of Higher Education and Other Services in Which the Customers Are Inputs., The
Arbitrage, Factor Structure, and Mean-Variance Analysis on Large Asset Markets.
ARCH models in finance
Asset Pricing Theories
Asset pricing with a factor-arch covariance structure : Empirical estimates for treasury bills
Capital gains taxation in an economy with an `Austrian sector'
Capital Gains Taxation in an Economy with an "Austrian Sector"
Changing Tolerance for Income Inequality in the Course of Economic Development; with a Mathematical Appendix., The
Competition and Insurance Twenty Years Later
Economic theory teaches us that economic theory teaches us nothing: The case of asset prices [Bonn Workshop]
Equilibrium in Competitive Insurance Markets: An Essay on the Economics of Imperfect Information.
Essays in economic theory
Increasing Risk: A Definition and Its Economic Consequences
Increasing risk: I. A definition
Increasing risk II: Its economic consequences
Information processing and jury decisionmaking
Introduction to "Studies of Supply and Demand in Higher Education"
Large white butterfly : the biology, biochemistry and physiology of Pieris brassicae (Linnaeus)
model of employment outcomes illustrating the effect of the structure of information on the level and distribution of income, A
Model of the Jury Decision Process, A
Models of Market Organization with Imperfect Information: A Survey.
Monopolistic Competition and Preference Diversity.
multi-dynamic-factor model for stock returns, A
note on partially observed Markov systems, A
note on the probability of casting a decisive vote, A
Notes on the Effect of Capital Gains Taxation on Non-Austrian Assets
On the allocation of effort
On the Cost of Adjustment.
Returns to Scale From Random Factor Services: Existence and Scope
Searching for the Lowest Price When the Distribution of Prices Is Unknown: A Summary
Some further results on the measurement of inequality
Some Simple Analytics of the Pricing of Higher Education
Stochastic Capital Theory I. Comparative Statics
Studies of supply and demand in higher education
Testing the Assumptions of Production Theory: A Nonparametric Approach.
Towards an Economic Theory of Replacement Investment.
two-armed bandit theory of market pricing, A
Uncertainty in economics : readings and exercises
University in the Marketplace: Some Insights and Some Puzzles, The
university in the marketplace, The : some insights and some puzzles
Variable earnings and nonlinear taxation
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969