Inequality and Risk

organized by Thibault Gajdos and John Weymark

General Equilibrium

organized by Yves Balasko and John Geanakoplos

Economic Growth

organized by Daron Acemoglu

Incompleteness and Uncertainty in Economics

organized by Dean Corbae and Ramon Marimon

Vol.146, No 3, May 2011

  • Introduction to incompleteness and uncertainty in economics, Dean Corbae and Ramon Marimon, pp. 775-784
  • General equilibrium, Wariness, and Bubbles, Aloisio Araujo, Rodrigo Novinski, and Mario Pascoa, pp. 785-811
  • Asset prices in a Huggett economy, Per Krusell, Toshihiko Mukoyama, and Anthony A. Smith Jr., pp. 812-844 
  • Self-insurance vs. self-financing:  A Welfare Analysis of the Persistence of Shocks, Francisco J. Buera and Yongseok Shin, pp. 845-862  
  • Financial integration, investment, and wealth, George-Marios Angeletos and Vasia Panousi, pp. 863-896
  • Human capital values and returns:  Bounds implied by earnings and asset returns data, Mark Huggett and Greg Kaplan, pp. 897-919
  • Public versus private risk sharing, Dirk Krueger and Fabrizio Perri, pp. 920-956
  • On incentive effects of redistributive taxes on private consumption insurance beyond the simple endowment economy, Tobias Broer, pp. 957-975
  • Competition, human capital, and income inequality with limited commitment, Ramon Marimon and Vincenzo Quadrini, pp. 976-1008    
  • Power fluctuations and political economy, Daron Acemoglu, Mikhail Golosov, and Aleh Tsyvinski, pp. 1009-1041   
  • Information-constrained optima with retrading:  An externality and its market-based solutions, Weerachart T. Kilenthong and Robert M. Townsend, pp. 1042-1077  
  • Social security and risk sharing, Piero Gottardi and Felix Kubler, pp. 1078-1106   
  • A three state model of worker flows in general equilibrium, Per Krusell, Toshihiko Mukoyama, Richard Rogerson, and Aysegul Sahin, pp. 1107-1133   
  • Knightian decision theory and econometric inference, Truman F. Bewley, pp. 1134-1147 
  • Knightian uncertainty and moral hazard, Giuseppe Lopomo, Luca Rigotti, and Chris Shannon, pp.1148-1172
  • Efficient allocationds under ambiguity, Tomasz Strzalecki and JanWerner, pp. 1173-1194
  • Robustness, estimation, and detection, Lars Peter Hansen and Thomas J. Sargent, pp. 1195-1223
  • Internal rationality and asset prices, Klaus Adam and Albert Marcet, pp.1224-1252
  • Rationalizable implementation, Dirk Bergemann, Stephen Morris, and Olivier Tercieux, pp. 1253-1274 

Search Theory and Applications

organized by Guiseppe Moscarini and Randall Wright

Vol.145, No 4, July 2010

  • Introduction to Search Theory and Applications, Giuseppe Moscarini and Randall Wright, pp. 1319-1324
  • Stock-flow matching, Ehsan Ebrahimy and Robert Shimer, pp. 1325-1353
  • Sorting versus screening: Search frictions and competing mechanisms, Jan Eeckhout and Philipp Kircher, pp. 1354-1385
  • Search by committee, James Albrecht, Axel Anderson and Susan Vroman, pp. 1386-1407
  • Wage/tenure contracts with heterogeneous firms, Ken Burdett and Melvyn Coles, pp. 1408-1435
  • Sorting by search intensity, Rasmus Lentz, pp. 1436-1452
  • Block recursive equilibria for stochastic models of search on the job, Guido Menzio and Shouyong Shi, pp. 1453-1494
  • Essential interest-bearing money, David Andolfatto, pp. 1495-1507
  • Some results on the optimality and implementation of the Friedman rule in the Search Thoery of Money, Ricardo Lagos, pp. 1508-1524
  • Money and credit with limited commitment and theft, Daniel Sanches and Stephen Williamson, pp. 1525-1549
  • Search and the market for ideas, Rafael Silveira and Randall Wright, pp. 1550-1573
  • The relative contributions of private information sharing and public information releases to information aggregation, Darrell Duffie, Semyon Malamud and Gustavo Manso, pp. 1574-1601

Judgment Aggregation

organized by Christian List and Benjamin Polak

Vol. 145, No 2, March 2010

  • Introduction to judgement aggregation, Christian List and Ben Polak, pp. 441-466
  • Abstract Arrowian aggregation, Klaus Nehring and Clemens Puppe, pp. 467-494
  • Aggregation of binary evaluations, Elad Dokow and Ron Holzman, pp. 495-511
  • Majority voting on restricted domains, Franz Dietrich and Christian List, pp. 512-543
  • Aggregation of binary evaluations with absentions, Elad Dokow and Ron Holzman, pp. 544-561
  • The premiss-based approach to judgement aggregation, Franz Dietrich and Philippe Mongin, pp. 562-582
  • Justifiable group choice, Klaus Nehring and Clemens Puppe, pp. 583-602
  • The possibility of judgement aggregation on agendas with subjunctive implications, Franz Dietrich, pp. 603-638

Dynamic General Equilibrium

organized by Lee E. Ohanian, Edward C. Prescott and Nancy L. Stokey

Vol. 144, No 6, November 2009

  • Introduction to dynamic general equilibrium, Lee E. Ohanian, Edward C. Prescott and Nancy L. Stokey, pp. 2235-2246
  • Investment options and the business cycle, Boyan Jovanovic, pp. 2247-2265
  • Heterogeneous producers facing common shocks: An overlapping-generations example, Edward J, green, pp. 2266-2276
  • Micro and macro elasticities in a life cycle model with taxes, Richard Rogerson and Johanna Wallenius, pp. 2277-2292
  • Business cycle fluctuations and the life cycle: How important in on-the-job skill accumulation?, Gary D. Hansen and Selahattin İmrohoroğlu, pp. 2293-2309
  • What - or who - started the great depression?, Lee E. Ohanian, pp. 2310-2335
  • Island Matching, Dale T. Mortensen, pp. 2336-2353
  • Self-confirming equilibrium and the Lucas critique, Drew Fudenberg and David K. Levine, pp. 2354-2371
  • On the robustness of laissez-faire, Narayana Kocherlakota and Christopher Phelan, pp. 2372-2387
  • Doubts or variability?, Francisco Barillas, Lars Peter Hansen and Thomas J. Sargent, pp. 2388-2418
  • Moving costs, nondurable consumption and portfolio choice, Nancy L. Stokey, pp. 2419-2439
  • Anonymity and individual risk, Pamela Labadie, pp. 2440-2453
  • Openness, technology capital, and development, Ellen R. McGrattan and Edward C. Prescott, pp. 2454-2476
  • Spatial growth and industry age, Klaus Desmet and Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, pp. 2477-2502

Monetary and Macro Economics

organized by Narayana Kocherlakota and Randall Wright

Vol. 142, No 1, Sep 2008

  • Introduction to monetary and macro economics, Narayana Kocherlakota and Randall Wright, pp. 1-4
  • A model of banknote discounts, Laurence Ales, Francesca Carapella, Pricila Maziero and Warren E. Weber, pp. 5-27
  • Bank incentives, contract design and bank runs, David Andolfatto and Ed Nosal, pp. 28-47
  • Endogenous supply of fiat money, Luis Araujo and Braz Camargo, pp. 48-72
  • Production subsidies and redistribution, Marina Azzimonti, Eva de Francisco and Per Krusell, pp. 73-99
  • Multiplicity in general financial equilibrium with portfolio constraints, Suleyman Basak, David Cass, Juan Manuel Licari and Anna Pavlova, pp. 100-127
  • Efficient propagation of shocks and the optimal return on money, Ricardo de O. Cavalcanti and Andrés Erosa, pp. 128-148
  • A finite-life private-information theory of unsecured consumer debt, Satyajit Chatterjee, Dean Corbae and José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, pp. 149-177
  • Incentive efficient risk sharing in a settlement mechanism, Hiroshi Fujiki, Edward J. Green and Akira Yamazaki, pp. 178-195
  • Bidding for money, Benoıˆt Julien, John Kennes and Ian King, pp. 196-217
  • Injecting rational bubbles, Narayana Kocherlakota, pp. 218-232
  • A dynamic model of settlement, Thorsten Koeppl, Cyril Monnet and Ted Temzelides, pp. 233-246
  • Money and capital as competing media of exchange, Ricardo Lagos and Guillaume Rocheteau, pp. 247-258
  • Endogenous groups and dynamic selection in mechanism design, Gabriel A. Madeira and Robert M. Townsend, pp. 259-293
  • General equilibrium with nonconvexities and money, Guillaume Rocheteau, Peter Rupert, Karl Shell and Randall Wright, pp. 294-317
  • An overlapping-generations model with search, Tao Zhu, pp. 318-331

Development Theory

organized by Debraj Ray

Vol. 137, No 1, pp. 1-152, Nov 2007

  • Introduction to development theory, Debraj Ray, pp. 1-10
  • Risk-bearing and entrepreneurship, Andrew F. Newman, pp. 11-26
  • Entrepreneurial talent, occupational choice, and trickle up policies, Maitreesh Ghatak, Massimo Morelli and Tomas Sjöström, pp. 27-48
  • Intergenerational mobility and macroeconomic history dependence, Dilip Mookherjee and Stefan Napel, pp. 49-78
  • Wage inequality, technology, and trade, Joseph Zeira, pp. 79-103
  • Knowledge hierarchies in the labor market, Gilles Saint-Paul, pp. 104-126
  • Effective property rights, conflict and growth, Francisco M. Gonzalez, pp. 127-139
  • Why the marriage squeeze cannot cause dowry inflation, Siwan Anderson, pp. 140-152

Model Uncertainty and Robustness

organized by Lars Peter Hansen, Pascal Maenhout, Aldo Rustichini, Thomas J. Sargent and Marciano M. Siniscalchi

Vol. 128, No. 1, pp. 1-163, May 2006

  • Introduction to model uncertainty and robustness, Lars Peter Hansen, Pascal Maenhout, Aldo Rustichini, Thomas J. Sargent and Marciano M. Siniscalchi, pp. 1-3
  • Dynamic variational preferences, Fabio Maccheroni, Massimo Marinacci and Aldo Rustichini, pp. 4-44
  • Robust control and model misspecification, Lars Peter Hansen, Thomas J. Sargent, Gauhar Turmuhambetova and Noah Williams, pp. 45-90
  • A behavioral characterization of plausible priors, Marciano Siniscalchi, pp. 91-135
  • Robust portfolio rules and detection-error probabilities for a mean-reverting risk premium, Pascal J. Maenhout, pp. 136-163

Learning and Bounded Rationality

organized by In-Koo Cho

Vol. 124, No 2, October 2005

  • Introduction to learning and bounded rationality, In-Koo Cho, pp. 127-128
  • Learning to play games in extensive form by valuation, Philippe Jehiel and Dov Samet, pp. 129-148
  • Excess payoff dynamics and other well-behaved evolutionary dynamics, William H. Sandholm, pp. 149-170
  • Learning aspiration in repeated games, In-Koo Cho and Akihiko Matsui, pp. 171-201
  • Coordination on saddle-path solutions: the eductive viewpoint-linear multivariate models, George W. Evans and Roger Guesnerie, pp. 202-229
  • Slow boom, sudden crash, Laura L. Veldkamp, pp. 230-257
  • Robust estimation and control under commitment, Lars Peter Hansen and Thomas J. Sargent, pp. 258-301

Monetary Policy and Capital Accumulation

organized by Jess Benhabib, Charles T. Carlstrom and Timothy S. Fuerst

Vol. 123, No. 1, July 2005

  • Introduction to monetary policy and capital accumulation, Jess Benhabib, Charles T. Carlstrom and Timothy S. Fuerst, pp. 1-3
  • Investment and interest rate policy: a discrete time analysis, Charles T. Carlstrom and Timothy S. Fuerst, pp. 4-20
  • New perspectives on capital, sticky prices, and the Taylor principle, Tommy Sveen and Lutz Weinke, pp. 21-39
  • The design of monetary and fiscal policy: A global perspective, Jess Benhabib and Stefano Eusepi, pp. 40-73

Macroeconomics of Global Capital Market Imperfections

organized by Ravi Bansal, Lawrence J. Christiano and Enrique G. Mendoza

Vol. 119, No. 1, November 2004

  • Introduction: Macroeconomic Implications of Capital Flows in a Global Economy, Ravi Bansal, Lawrence J. Christiano and Enrique G. Mendoza pp. 1-5
  • A Corporate Balance-Sheet Approach to Currency Crises, Philippe Aghion, Philippe Bacchetta and Abhijit Banerjee pp 6-30
  • Government Guarantees and Self-Fulfilling Speculative Attacks, Craig Burnside, Martin Eichenbaum and Sergio Rebelo pp 31-63
  • Monetary Policy in a Financial Crisis, Lawrence J. Christiano, Christopher Gust and Jorge Roldos pp 64-103
  • Smoothing Sudden Stops, Ricardo J. Caballero and Arvind Krishnamurthy pp. 104-127
  • Financial Crises as Herds: Overturning the Critiques, V. V. Chari and Patrick J. Kehoe pp. 128-150
  • Contagion of Self-Fulfilling Financial Crises Due to Diversification of Investment Portfolios, Itay Goldstein and Ady Pauzner pp. 151-183
  • Competitive Equilibria with Limited Enforcement, Patrick J. Kehoe and Fabrizzio Perri pp. 184-206
  • Financial Globalization and Real Regionalization, Jonathan Heathcote and Fabrizzio Perri pp. 207-243

Sunspots and Lotteries

organized by Edward C. Prescott and Karl Shell

Vol. 107, No. 1, November 2002

  • Introduction to Sunspots and Lotteries, Edward C. Prescott and Karl Shell pp. 1-10
  • Symposium Equilibrium Prices When the Sunspot Variable Is Continuous, Rod Garratt, Todd Keister, Cheng-Zhong Qin and Karl Shell pp. 11-38
  • Lotteries, Sunspots, and Incentive Constraints, Timothy J. Kehoe, David K. Levine and Edward C. Prescott pp. 39-69

General Equilibrium Approach to Economic Growth

organized by Christian Ghiglino

Vol. 105, No. 1, July 2002

  • Introduction to a General Equilibrium Approach to Economic Growth, Christian Ghiglino pp. 1-17
  • Factor Saving Innovation, Michele Boldrin and David K. Levine pp. 18-41
  • Equilibrium Welfare and Government Policy with Quasi-geometric Discounting, Per Krusell, Burhanettin Kuruscu and Anthony A.Smith, Jr. pp. 42-72
  • On Non-existence of Markov Equilibria in Competitive-Market Economies, Manuel S. Santos pp. 73-98
  • Equilibrium Dynamics in a Two-Sector Model with Taxes, Salvador Ortigueira and Manuel S. Santos pp. 99-119
  • Poverty Traps, Indeterminacy, and the Wealth Distribution, Christian Ghiglino and Gerhard Sorger pp. 120-139
  • Intersectoral Externalities and Indeterminacy, Kazuo Nishimura and Alain Venditti pp. 140-157
  • Optimal Growth Models with Bounded or Unbounded Returns: A Unifying Approach, Cuong Le Van and Lisa Morhaim pp. 158-187
  • Ramsey Equilibrium in a Two-Sector Model with Heterogeneous Households, Robert A. Becker and Eugene N. Tsyganov pp. 188-225
  • On the Long-Run Distribution of Capital in the Ramsey Model, Gerhard Sorger pp. 226-243
  • Trade and Indeterminacy in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model, Kazuo Nishimura and Koji Shimomura pp. 244-260

Experimental Game Theory

organized by Vincent P. Crawford

Vol. 104, No. 1, May 2002

  • Introduction to Experimental Game Theory, Vincent P. Crawford pp. 1-15
  • Detecting Failures of Backward Induction: Monitoring Information Search in Sequential Bargaining, Eric J. Johnson, Colin Camerer, Sankar Sen and Talia Rymon pp. 16-47
  • A Backward Induction Experiment, Ken Binmore, John McCarthy, Giovanni Ponti, Larry Samuelson and Avner Shaked pp. 48-88
  • Implementation by Iterative Dominance and Backward Induction: An Experimental Comparison, Elena Katok, Martin Sefton and Abdullah Yavas pp. 89-103
  • A Suggested Interpretation of Some Experimental Results on Preplay Communication, Miguel A. Costa-Gomes pp. 104-136
  • Sophisticated Experience-Weighted Attraction Learning and Strategic Teaching in Repeated Games, Colin F. Camerer, Teck-Hua Ho and Juin-Kuan Chong pp. 137-188
  • Mixed Strategy Play and the Minimax Hypothesis, Jason M. Shachat pp. 189-226
  • Prudence, Justice, Benevolence, and Sex: Evidence from Similar Bargaining Games, John Van Huyck and Raymond Battalio pp. 227-246
  • Quantal Response Equilibrium and Overbidding in Private-Value Auctions, Jacob K. Goeree, Charles A. Holt and Thomas R. Palfrey pp. 247-272

Political Science

organized by David Austen-Smith, Jeffrey S. Banks and Aldo Rustichini

Vol. 103, No. 1, March 2002

  • Introduction to Political Science, David Austen-Smith, Jeffrey S. Banks and Aldo Rustichini pp. 1-10
  • Uniqueness of Stationary Equilibrium Payoffs in the Baron-Ferejohn Model, Hülya Eraslan pp. 11-30
  • Majority Rule in a Stochastic Model of Bargaining, Hülya Eraslan and Antonio Merlo pp. 31-48
  • Coalition and Party Formation in a Legislative Voting Game, Matthew O. Jackson and Boaz Moselle pp. 49-87
  • Bounds for Mixed Strategy Equilibria and the Spatial Model of Elections, Jeffrey S. Banks, John Duggan and Michel Le Breton pp. 88-105
  • Distributive Politics and Electoral Competition, Jean-François Laslier and Nathalie Picard pp. 106-130
  • Mixed Equilibrium in a Downsian Model with a Favored Candidate, Enriqueta Aragones and Thomas R. Palfrey pp. 131-161
  • Campaign Spending with Office-Seeking Politicians, Rational Voters, and Multiple Lobbies, Andrea Prat pp. 162-189
  • Voting by Successive Elimination and Strategic Candidacy, Bhaskar Dutta, Matthew O. Jackson and Michel Le Breton pp. 190-218
  • Comparison of Scoring Rules in Poisson Voting Games, Roger B. Myerson pp. 219-251

Repeated Games with Private Monitoring

organized by Michihiro Kandori

Vol. 102, No. 1, January 2002

  • Introduction to Repeated Games with Private Monitoring, Michihiro Kandori pp. 1-15
  • Moral Hazard and Private Monitoring, V. Bhaskar and Eric van Damme pp. 16-39
  • Belief-Based Equilibria in the Repeated Prisoners' Dilemma with Private Monitoring, V. Bhaskar and Ichiro Obara pp. 40-69
  • The Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma with Imperfect Private Monitoring, Michele Piccione pp. 70-83
  • A Robust Folk Theorem for the Prisoner's Dilemma, Jeffrey C. Ely and Juuso Välimäki pp. 84-105
  • On Sustaining Cooperation without Public Observations, Olivier Compte pp. 106-150
  • On Failing to Cooperate When Monitoring Is Private, Olivier Compte pp. 151-188
  • Repeated Games with Almost-Public Monitoring, George J. Mailath and Stephen Morris pp. 189-228
  • Collusion in Dynamic Bertrand Oligopoly with Correlated Private Signals and Communication, Masaki Aoyagi pp. 229-248

Monetary and Financial Arrangements

organized by Bruce Smith

Vol. 99, No. 1/2, July/August 2001

  • Introduction to Monetary and Financial Arrangements, Bruce D. Smith pp. 1-21
  • Limited Commitment, Money, and Credit, Saqib Jafarey and Peter Rupert pp. 22-58
  • Private and Public Circulating Liabilities, Costas Azariadis, James Bullard and Bruce D. Smith pp. 59-116
  • Cigarette Money, Kenneth Burdett, Alberto Trejos and Randall Wright pp. 117-142
  • Dynamic Consequences of Stabilization Policies Based on a Return to a Gold Standard, Beatrix Paal pp. 143-186
  • Monetary Stability and Liquidity Crises: The Role of the Lender of Last Resort, Gaetano Antinolfi, Elisabeth Huybens and Todd Keister pp. 187-219
  • A Model of Financial Fragility, Roger Lagunoff and Stacey L. Schreft pp. 220-264
  • Volatile Policy and Private Information: The Case of Monetary Shocks, Larry E. Jones and Rodolfo E. Manuelli pp. 265-296
  • Payments Systems Design in Deterministic and Private Information Environments, Ted Temzelides and Stephen D. Williamson pp. 297-326
  • When Should Bank Regulation Favor the Wealthy?, Pere Gomis-Porqueras pp. 327-337
  • On Credible Monetary Policy and Private Government Information, Christopher Sleet pp. 338-376

Evolution of Preferences

organized by Larry Samuelson

Vol. 97, No. 2, April 2001

  • Introduction to the Evolution of Preferences, Larry Samuelson pp. 225-230
  • On the Evolution of Individualistic Preferences: An Incomplete Information Scenario, Efe A. Ok and Fernando Vega-Redondo pp. 231-254
  • Nash Equilibrium and the Evolution of Preferences, Jeffrey C. Ely and Okan Yilankaya pp. 255-272
  • Preference Evolution and Reciprocity, Rajiv Sethi and E. Somanathan pp. 273-297
  • The Economics of Cultural Transmission and the Dynamics of Preferences, Alberto Bisin and Thierry Verdier pp. 298-319
  • Analogies, Adaptation, and Anomalies, Larry Samuelson pp. 320-366

Intertemporal Equilibrium Theory: Indeterminacy, Bifurcations, and Stability

organized by Tapan Mitra and Kazuo Nishimura

Vol. 96, No. 1/2, February 2001

  • Introduction to Intertemporal Equilibrium Theory: Indeterminacy, Bifurcations, and Stability, Tapan Mitra and Kazuo Nishimura pp. 1-12
  • Growth Cycles and Market Crashes, Michele Boldrin and David K. Levine pp. 13-39
  • The Perils of Taylor Rules, Jess Benhabib, Stephanie Schmitt-Grohé and Martín Uribe pp. 40-69
  • Growth Dynamics and Returns to Scale: Bifurcation Analysis, Gaetano Antinolfi, Todd Keister and Karl Shell pp. 70-96
  • Chaotic Equilibrium Dynamics in Endogenous Growth Models, Michele Boldrin, Kazuo Nishimura, Tadashi Shigoka and Makoto Yano pp. 97-132
  • A Sufficient Condition for Topological Chaos with an Application to a Model of Endogenous Growth, Tapan Mitra pp. 133-152
  • A Spatial-Temporal Model of Human Capital Accumulation, Venkatesh Bala and Gerhard Sorger pp. 153-179
  • Optimal Environmental Management in the Presence of Irreversibilities, José Scheinkman and Thaleia Zariphopoulou pp. 180-207
  • On a Class of Stable Random Dynamical Systems: Theory and Applications, Rabi Bhattacharya and Mukul Majumdar pp. 208-229
  • Determinacy of Equilibrium in an Overlapping Generations Model with Heterogeneous Agents, Carine Nourry and Alain Venditti pp. 230-255
  • Discounting and Long-Run Behavior: Global Bifurcation Analysis of a Family of Dynamical Systems, Tapan Mitra and Kazuo Nishimura pp. 256-293

Political Economy

organized by V. V. Chari

Vol. 94, No. 1, September 2000

  • Limits of Markets and Limits of Governments: An Introduction to a Symposium on Political Economy, V. V. Chari pp. 1-6
  • Large Poisson Games, Roger B. Myerson pp. 7-45
  • Government Turnover in Parliamentary Democracies, Daniel Diermeier and Antonio Merlo pp. 46-79
  • Political Power and the Credibility of Government Debt, Avinash Dixit and John Londregan pp. 80-105
  • The Economic Effects of Restrictions on Government Budget Deficits, Christian Ghiglino and Karl Shell pp. 106-137

Modeling Money and Studying Monetary Policy

organized by Neil Wallace

Vol. 81, No. 2, August 1998

  • Introduction to Modeling Money and Studying Monetary Policy, Neil Wallace pp. 223-231
  • Money Is Memory, Narayana R. Kocherlakota pp. 232-251
  • A Rudimentary Random-Matching Model with Divisible Money and Prices, Edward J. Green and Ruilin Zhou pp. 252-271
  • Incomplete Record-Keeping and Optimal Payment Arrangements, Narayana Kocherlakota and Neil Wallace pp. 272-289
  • Government Transaction Policy, Media of Exchange, and Prices, Yiting Li and Randall Wright pp. 290-313
  • Search for a Monetary Propagation Mechanism, Shouyong Shi pp. 314-352
  • Financial Market Frictions, Monetary Policy and Capital Accumulation in a Small Open Economy, Elisabeth Huybens and Bruce D. Smith pp. 353-400
  • Price Level Volatility: A Simple Model of Money Taxes and Sunspots, Joydeep Bhattacharya, Mark G. Guzman and Karl Shell pp. 401-430
  • Credible Monetary Policy in an Infinite Horizon Model: Recursive Approaches, Roberto Chang pp. 431-461
  • Expectation Traps and Discretion, V. V. Chari, Lawrence J. Christiano and Martin Eichenbaum pp. 462-492

Sunspots in Macroeconomics

organized by Jess Benhabib

Vol. 81, No. 1, July 1998

  • Introduction to Sunspots in Macroeconomics, Jess Benhabib pp. 1-6
  • Capacity Utilization under Increasing Returns to Scale, Yi Wen pp. 7-36
  • Fickle Consumers, Durable Goods, and Business Cycles, Mark Weder pp. 37-57
  • Indeterminacy and Sunspots with Constant Returns, Jess Benhabib and Kazuo Nishimura pp. 58-96

Market Psychology and Nonlinear Endogenous Business Cycles

organized by Jean-Michel Grandmont

Vol. 80, No. 1, May 1998

  • Introduction to Market Psychology and Nonlinear Endogenous Business Cycles, Jean-Michel Grandmont pp. 1-13
  • Capital-Labor Substitution and Competitive Nonlinear Endogenous Business Cycles, Jean-Michel Grandmont, Patrick Pintus and Robin de Vilder pp. 14-59
  • Multiple Steady States and Endogenous Fluctuations with Increasing Returns to Scale in Production, Guido Cazzavillan, Teresa Lloyd-Braga and Patrick A. Pintus pp. 60-107
  • Correlation without Mediation: Expanding the Set of Equilibrium Outcomes by "Cheap" Pre-play Procedures, Elchanan Ben-Porath pp. 108-122
  • Aggregation, Determinacy, and Informational Efficiency for a Class of Economies with Asymmetric Information, Peter DeMarzo and Costis Skiadas pp. 123-152
  • On the Optimal Order of Natural Resource Use When the Capacity of the Inexhaustible Substitute Is Limited, Jean-Pierre Amigues, Pascal Favard, Gérard Gaudet and Michel Moreaux pp. 153-170
  • Partial Revelation with Rational Expectations, Aviad Heifetz and Heracles M. Polemarchakis pp. 171-181

Financial Market Innovation and Security Design

organized by Darrell Duffie and Rohit Rahii

Vol. 65, No. 1, February 1995

  • Financial Market Innovation and Security Design: An Introduction, Darrell Duffie and Rohit Rahi pp. 1-42
  • Welfare Effects of Financial Innovation in Incomplete Markets Economies with Several Consumption Goods, Ronel Elul pp. 43-78
  • Financial Innovation in a General Equilibrium Model and Wolfgang Pesendorfer pp. 79-116
  • Financial Innovation and Arbitrage Pricing in Frictional Economies, Zhiwu Chen pp. 117-135
  • Destructive Interference in an Imperfectly Competitive Multi-Security Market, Utpal Bhattacharya , Philip J. Reny and Matthew Spiegel pp. 136-170
  • Optimal Incomplete Markets with Asymmetric Information, Rohit Rahi pp. 171 -197
  • Endogenous Determination of the Degree of Market-Incompleteness in Futures Innovation, Kazuhiko Hashi pp. 198-217
  • Optimality of Incomplete Markets, Gabrielle Demange and Guy Laroque pp. 218-232
  • Private Information and the Design of Securities, Gabrielle Demange and Guy Laroque pp. 233-257
  • Commission-Revenue Maximization in a General Equilibrium Model of Asset Creation, Chiaki Hara pp. 258-298

Growth, Fluctuations, and Sunspots: Confronting the Data

organized by Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini

Vol. 63, No. 1, June 1994

  • Introduction to the Symposium on Growth, Fluctuations, and Sunspots: Confronting the Data, Jess Benhabib and Aldo Rustichini pp. 1-18
  • Indeterminacy and Increasing Returns, Jess Benhabib and Roger E. A. Farmer pp. 19-41
  • Real Business Cycles and the Animal Spirits Hypothesis, Roger E. A. Farmer and Jang-Ting Guo pp. 42-72
  • Monopolistic Competition, Business Cycles, and the Composition of Aggregate Demand, Jordi Galí­ pp. 73-96
  • Divergence in Economic Performance: Transitional Dynamics with Multiple Equilibria, Danyang Xie pp. 97-112
  • Uniqueness and Indeterminacy: On the Dynamics of Endogenous Growth, Jess Benhabib and Roberto Perli pp. 113-142

Economic Growth: Theory and Computation

organized by Larry E. Jones and Nancy L. Stokey
Vol. 58, No. 2, December 1992
Introduction: Symposium on Economic Growth, Theory and Computations, Larry E. Jones and Nancy L. Stokey, pp.117-134

  • SAVINGS BEHAVIOR
    • Random Earnings Differences, Lifetime Liquidity Constraints, and Altruistic Intergenerational Transfers, John Laitner, pp. 135-170
    • Finite Lifetimes and Growth, Larry E. Jones and Rodolfo E. Manuelli, pp. 171-197
    • Dynamic Externalities, Multiple Equilibria, and Growth, Michele Boldrin, pp. 198-218
    • Communication, Commitment, and Growth, Albert Marcet and Ramon Marimon, pp. 219-249
  • POLICY ISSUES
    • Optimal Fiscal Policy in s Stochastic Growth Model, Xiaodong Zhu, pp. 250-289
    • Tax Distortions in a Neoclassical Monetary Economy, Thomas F. Cooley and Gary D. Hansen, pp. 290-316
  • HUMAN CAPITAL
    • Agricultural Productivity, Comparative Advantage, and economic Growth, Kiminori Matsuyama, pp. 317-334
    • The Last Shell Be First: Efficient Constraints on Foreign Borrowing in a Model of Endogenous Growth, Christophe Chamley, pp. 335-354
    • Efficient Equilibrium Convergence: Heterogeneity and Growth, Robert Tamura, pp. 355-376
    • In Search of Scale Effects in Trade and Growth, David K. Backus, Patrick J. Kehoe and Timothy J. Kehoe, pp. 377-409

Evolutionary Game Theory

organized by George J. Mailath
Vol. 57, No. 2, August 1992

  • Introduction: Symposium on Evolutionary Game Theory, George J. Mailath, pp. 259-277
  • Evolutionary Stability in Repeated Games Played by Finite Automata, Kenneth G. Binmore and Larry Samuelson, pp. 278-305
  • Evolutionary Stability with Equilibrium Entrants, Jeroen M. Swinkels, pp. 306-332
  • Evolution and Strategic Stability: From Maynard Smith to Kohlberg and Mertens, Jeroen M. Swinkels, pp. 333-342
  • Best Response Dynamics and Socially Stable Strategies, Akihiko Matsul, pp. 343-362
  • Evolutionary Stability in Asymmetric Games, Larry Samuelson and Jianbo Zhang, pp. 363-391
  • On the evolution of Optimizing Behavior, Eddie Dekel and Suzanne Scotchmer, pp. 392-406
  • On the Limit Points of Discrete Selection Dynamics, Antonio Cabrales and Joel Sobel, pp.407-419
  • Evolutionary Dynamics with Aggregate Shocks, D. Fudenberg and C. Harris, pp. 420-441
  • Average Behavior in Learning Models, David Canning, pp. 442-472
  • Laws of Large Numbers for Dynamical Systems with Randomly Matched Individuals, Richard T. Boylan, pp. 473-504

Noncooperative Bargaining

organized by Peter Linhart, Roy Radner and Mark Satterthwaite
Vol. 48, No. 1, June 1989

  • Introduction: Noncooperative Bargaining, Peter Linhart, Roy Radner and Mark Satterthwaite, pp. 1-17
  • A Direct Mechanism Characterization of Sequential Bargaining with One-Sided Incomplete Information, Lawrence M. Ausubel and Raymond J. Deneckere, pp. 18-46
  • Bargaining with Common Values, Daniel R. Vincent, pp. 47-62
  • Equilibria of the Sealed-Bid Mechanism for Bargaining with Incomplete Information, W. Leininger, P. B. Linhart and R. Radner, pp. 63-107
  • Bilateral Trade with the Sealed Bid k-Double Auction: Existence and Efficiency, Mark A. Satterthwaite, pp. 107-133
  • The Bilateral Monopoly Model: Approaching Certainty under the Split-the-Difference Mechanism, Elizabeth M. Broman, pp. 134-151
  • Minimax-Regret Strategies for Bargaining over Several Variables, P. B. Linhart and R. Radner, pp. 152-178
  • The Sealed-Bid Mechanism: An Experimental Study, Roy Radner and Andrew Schotter, pp. 179-220
  • Cheap Talk Can Matter in Bargaining, Joseph Farrell and Robert Gibbons, pp. 221-237
  • Pre-Play Communication in Two-Person Sealed-Bid Double Auctions, Steven A. Matthews and Andrew Postlewaite, pp. 238-263
  • Credible Negotiation Statements and Coherent Plans, Roger B. Myerson, pp. 264-303
  • The Rate at Which a Simple Market Converges to Efficiency as the Number of Traders Increases: An Asymptotic Result for Optimal Trading Mechanisms, Thomas A. Gresik and Mark A. Satterthwaite, pp. 304-332

Intertemporal Decentralization in Infinite Horizon Models

organized by Mukul Majumdar
Vol. 45, No. 2, August 1988

  • Decentralization in Infinite Horizon Economies: An Introduction, Mukul Majumdar, pp. 217-227
  • Optimal Inter-temporal Allocation Mechanisms and Decentralization of Decisions, Leonid Hurwicz, pp. 228-261
  • On Characterizing Optimal Competitive Programs in terms of Decentralizable Conditions, William A. Brock and Mukul Majumdar, pp. 262-273
  • Characterization of Intertemporal Optimality in Terms of Decentralizable Conditions: The Discounted Case, Swapan Dasgupta and Tapan Mitra, pp. 274-287
  • Intertemporal Optimality in a Closed Linear Model of Production, Swapan Dasgupta and Tapan Mitra, pp. 288-315
  • On Characterizing Optimality of Stochastic Competitive Processes, Yaw Nyarko, pp. 316-329

Nonlinear Economic Dynamics

organized by Jean-Michel Grandmont
Vol. 40, No. 1, October 1986

  • Introduction, Jean-Michel Grandmont and Pierre Malgrange, pp. 3-12
  • Competitive Chaos, Raymond Deneckere and Steve Pelikan, pp. 13-25
  • On the Indeterminacy of Capital Accumulation Paths, Michele Boldrin and Luigi Montrucchio, pp. 26-39
  • Dynamic Complexity ion Duopoly Games, Rose-Anna Dana and Luigi Montrucchio, pp. 40-56
  • Stabilizing Competitive Business Cycles, Jean-Michel Grandmont, pp. 57-76
  • Deficits and Cycles, Roger E. A. Farmer, pg. 77-88
  • Equilibrium Cycles in an Overlapping Generations Economy with Production, Pietro Reichlin, pp. 89-102
  • Stationary Sunspot Equilibria in an N Commodity World, Roger Guesnerie, pp. 103-127
  • Stationary Sunspot Equilibria in a Finance Constrained Economy, Michael Woodford, pp. 128-137
  • Stability of Cycles and Expectations, Jean-Michel Grandmont and Guy Laroque, pp.138-151
  • On the Local Convergence of Economic Mechanisms, Donald G. Saari and Steven R. Williams, pp. 152-167
  • Distinguishing Random and Deterministic Systems: Abridged Version, W. A. Brock, pp. 168-195

Strategic Behavior and Competition

organized by Ehud Kalai
Vol. 39, No. 1, June 1986
Strategic Behavior and Competition: An Overview, Ehud Kalai, pp. 1-13
Equilibrium, Decentralization and Differential Information

  • Implementation in Differential Information Economics, Andrew Postlewaite and David Schmeidler, pp. 14-33
  • Private Information in Large Economics, Thomas R. Palfrey and Sanjay Srivastava, pp. 34- 58
  • The Scope of the Hypothesis of Bayesian Equilibrium, John O. Ledyard, pp. 59-82

Rationality, Equilibrium Notions, Cooperation and Bargaining

  • Finite Automata Play the Repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma, Ariel Rubinstein, pp. 83-96
  • Perfect Sequential Equilibrium, Sanford J. Grossman and Motty Perry, pp. 97-119
  • Sequential Bargaining under Asymmetric Information, Sanford J. Grossman, pp. 120-154
  • Foundations of Dynamic Monopoly and the Coase Conjecture, Faruk Gul, Hugo Sonnenschein and Robert Wilson, pp. 155-190

Dynamic Oligopolistic Competition

  • Extremal Equibria of Oligopolistic Supergames, Dilip Abreu, pp. 191-225
  • Subgame Perfect Reaction Function Equilibria in Discounted Duopoly Supergames Are Trivial, William G. Stanford, pp. 226-232
  • On Continuous Reaction Function Equilibria in Duopoly Supergames with Mean Payoffs, William G. Stanford, pp. 233-250
  • Optimal Cartel Equilibria with Imperfect Monitoring, Dilip Abreu, David Pearce and Ennio Stacchetti, pp.251-269

Reputations in Finitely Repeated Games

organized by David M. Kreps, Paul Milgrom, John Roberts and Robert Wilson
Vol. 27, No. 2, August 1982

  • Rational Cooperation in the Finitely Repeated Prisoners’ Dilemma, David M. Kreps, Paul Milgrom, John Roberts and Robert Wilson, pp. 245-252
  • Reputation and Imprefect Information, David M. Kreps and Robert Wilson, pp. 253-279
  • Predation, Reputation and Entry Deterrence, Paul Milgrom and John Roberts, pp. 280-312

Rational Expectations in Microeconomic Models

organized by James S. Jordan and Roy Radner
Vol. 26, No. 2, April 1982

  • Rational Expectations in Microeconomic Models: An Overview, James S. Jordan and Roy Radner, pp. 201-223
  • The Generic Existence of Rational Expectations Equilibrium in the Higher Dimensional Case, J. S. Jordan, pp. 224-243
  • Approximate Equilibria in Microeconomic Rational Expectations Models, Beth Allen, pp. 244-260
  • On the Existence of rational Expectations Equilibrium, Robert M. Anderson and Hugo Sonnenschein, pp.261-278
  • Expectations Equilibrium with Conditioning on Part Prices: A Mean-Variance Example, Martin F. Hellwig, pp. 279-312
  • Introduction to the Stability of Rational Expectations Equilibrium, L.E. Blume, M.M. Bray and D. Easley, pp. 313-317
  • Learning, Estimation and the Stability of Rational Expectations, Margaret Bray, pp. 318-339
  • Learning to Be Rational, Lawrence E. Blume and David Easley, pp. 340-351

Non-Cooperative approaches to the Theory of Perfect Competition

organized by Andreu Mas-Colell
Vol. 22, No. 2, April 1980

  • Non-Cooperative approaches to the Theory of Perfect Competition: Presentation, Andreu Mas-Colell, pp.121-135
  • Collusive Behavior in Noncooperative Epsilon-Equilibria of Oligopolies with Long but Finite Lives, Roy Radner, pp.136-154
  • Noncooperative Price Taking in Large Dynamic Markets, Edward J. Green, pp. 155-182
  • The No-Surplus Condition as a Characterization of Perfectly Competitive Equilibrium, Joseph M. Ostroy, pp. 183-207
  • A Characterization of Perfectly Competitive Economies with Production, Louis Makowski, pp. 208-221
  • Perfect Competition, the Profit Criterion and the Organization of Economic Activity, Louis Makowski, pp. 222-242
  • Small efficient Scale as a Foundation for Walrasian Equilibrium, William Novshek and Hugo Sonnenschein, pp. 243-255
  • The Limit Points of Monopolistic Competition, Kevin Roberts, pp. 256-278
  • Perfect Competition and Optimal Product Differentiation, Oliver D. Hart, pp. 279-312
  • Equilibrium in Simple Spatial (or Differentiated Product) Models, William Novshek, pp. 313-326
  • Entry (and Exit) in a Differentiated Industry, J. Jaskold Gabszewicz and J.F. Thisse, pp. 327-338
  • Efficiency Properties of Strategic Market Games: An Axiomatic Approach, Pradeep Dubey, Andreu Mas-Colell and Martin Shubik, pp. 339-362
  • Nash Equilibria of Market Games: Finiteness and Inefficiency, Pradeep Dubey, pp. 363-376

Hamiltonian Dynamics in Economics

organized by David Cass and Karl Shell
Vol. 12, No. 1, February 1976

  • Introduction to Hamiltonian Dynamics in Economics, David Cass and Karl Shell, pp. 1-10
  • On Optimal Steady States of n-Sector Growth Models when utility is Discounted, Jose´ A. Scheinkman, pp. 11-30
  • The Structure and Stability of Competitive Dynamical Systems, David Cass and Karl Shell, pp. 31-70
  • Saddle Points of Hamiltonian Systems in Convex Lagrange Problems Having a Nonzero Discount Rate, R. Tyrrell Rockafellar, pp. 71-113
  • Existence of Solutions to Hamiltonian Dynamical Systems of Optimal Growth, Robert E. Gaines, pp. 114-130
  • A Characterization of the Normalized Restricted Profit Function, Lawrence J. Lau, pp 131-163
  • Global Asymptotic Stability of Optimal Control Systems with Applications to the Theory of Economic Growth, William A. Brock and Jose´A. Scheinkman, pp. 164-190
  • A Growth Property in Concave-Convex Hamiltonian Systems, R. Tyrrell Rockafellar, pp. 191-196