Stanford Institute for Theoretical Economics
Technical Report Series
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  1. "Informational Equivalence of Signals", by Kenneth Arrow, February 1990.
  2. "Simple Efficient Rank-Order Contracts under Moral Hazard and Adverse Selection", by Jungyoll Yun, February 1990.
  3. "Two Surveys: Auctions and Entry Deterrence", by Robert Wilson, May 1990.
  4. "Two Algorithms: Stable Equilibria and Multiproduct Tariffs", by Robert Wilson, May 1990.
  5. "Bargaining with Private Information", by John Kennan and Robert Wilson, July 1990.
  6. "Multi-Task Principal-Agent Analyses: Incentive Contracts, Asset Ownership and Job Design", Bengt Holmstrom and Paul Milgrom, June 1990.
  7. "Nonergodic Economic Growth", by Steven Durlauf, May 1991.
  8. "Path Dependence in Aggregate Output", by Steven Durlauf, May 1991.
  9. "Evolutionary Stability with Equilibrium Entrants", by Jeroen Swinkels, May 1991.
  10. "Stability and Evolutionary Stability: from Maynard Smith to Kohlberg-Mertens", by Jeroen Swinkels, May 1991.
  11. "Monotone Comparative Statics", by Paul Milgrom and Christina Shannon, August 1992.
  12. "Increasing Returns, Quality Uncertainty, Product Differentiation, and Countercyclical Price Mark-ups", by Helmut Zink, June 1991.
  13. "The Existence of Aggregate Capital When Returns to Scale are Non-Constant", by Lawrence J. Lau, June 1991.
  14. "Learning, Mutation, and Long Run Equilibria in Games", by Michihiro Kandori, George Mailath, and Rafael Rob, October 1991.
  15. "Returns to Scale, Information, and Economic Growth", by Kenneth J. Arrow, October 1991.
  16. "Economic Natural Selection and Adaptive Behavior", by Lawrence Blume and David Easley, October 1991.
  17. "Pecuniary Externalities and Multiple Equilibria: A Competitive Economy without an Insurance Market", by Lars Ljundqvist, October 1991.
  18. "Efficient Resource Allocation under Increasing Returns", by Rajiv Vohra, October 1991.
  19. "The Capital Market, the Wealth Distribution and the Employment Relation", by Andrew F. Newman, October 1991.
  20. "Scale Returns in Communication and Elite Control of Organizations", by Kenneth J. Arrow, October 1991.
  21. "Rational Frenzies and Crashes", by Jeremy Bulow and Paul Klemperer, October 1991.
  22. "Nonnegative Stochastic Dynamic Preferences", by Peter A. Streufert, October 1991.
  23. "Existence and Characterization Results for Stochastic Dynamic Programming", by Peter A. Streufert, October 1991.
  24. "New Optimality Principles for Economic Efficiency and Equilibrium", by David G. Luenberger, October 1991.
  25. "Strong Convergence of Recursive M-Estimators for Models with Dynamic Latent Variables", by Chung-Ming Kuan and Halbert White, October 1991.
  26. "Recursive M-Estimation, Nonlinear Regression and Neural Network Learning with Dependent Observations", by Chung-Ming Kuan and Halbert White, October 1991.
  27. "On the Evolution of Optimizing Behavior", by Eddie Dekel and Suzanne Scotchmer, October 1991.
  28. "Ex Ante versus Ex Post Optimal Promotion Rules", by Michael Waldman, October 1991.
  29. "Renegotiation and Optimality in Agency Contracts", by Ching-to Albert Ma, October 1991.
  30. "The Dynamics of Learning with Team Production: Implications for Task Assignment", by Margaret A. Meyer, October 1991.
  31. "Global Environment and North-South Trade", by Graciela Chichilnisky, October 1991.
  32. "Rules for Changing the Rules", by Spyros Vassilakis, October 1991.
  33. "Functional Fixed Points", by Spyros Vassilakis, October 1991.
  34. "Increasing Returns in Infinite Horizon Economies", by Christina Shannon, revised January 1992.
  35. "Convergence of Recursive Learning Mechanisms to Steady States and Cycles in Stochastic Nonlinear Models", by George W. Evans and Seppo Honkapohja, October 1991.
  36. "Biased Contests and Moral Hazard: Implications for Career Profiles", by Margaret A. Meyer, October 1991.
  37. "Learning in an Equilibrium Search Model", by James D. Dana, Jr., October 1991.
  38. "Designing a Private Industry: Government Actions with Endogenous Market Structure", by James D. Dana, Jr. and Kathryn E. Spier, October 1991.
  39. "On the Structure and Diversity of Rational Beliefs", by Mordecai Kurz, November 1991.
  40. "On Rational Belief Equilibria", by Mordecai Kurz, November 1991.
  41. "Wealth Dynamics and the Market Selection Hypothesis", by Lawrence Blume and David Easley, January 1992.
  42. "Does a Good Place Values News?" by Kenneth J. Arrow, January 1992.
  43. "Arbitrage and Existence of Equilibrium in Infinite Asset Markets", by Donald J. Brown and Jan Werner, January 1992.
  44. "Dynamic Regulation, Demand Information and Market Prices", by John M. Litwack, January 1992.
  45. "Land Ownership and Development Incentives: The Capitalization Externality", by David Starrett, January 1992.
  46. "On the Social Costs of Global Crowding", by David Starrett, January 1992.
  47. "A Theory of Persistent Income Inequality", by Steven N. Durlauf, March 1992.
  48. "Existence and Optimality of Equilibria in Markets with Tradeable Derivative Securities", by Philippe Henrotte, August 1992.
  49. "Believing in Multiple Equilibria", by Graciela Chichilnisky, Geoffrey Heal, Peter Streufert & Jeroen Swinkels, August 1992.
  50. "Financial Innovation and Endogenous Uncertainty in Incomplete Asset Markets", by Graciela Chichilnisky & Ho-Mou Wu, August 1992.
  51. "Entry Deterrence in Oligopolistic Spatial Competition", by Shlomo Weber, October 1992.
  52. "Aggregation, Learning and Rationality", by Jean-Michel Grandmont, October 1992.
  53. "Option and Non-Use Values of Environmental Assets", by Andrea Beltratti, Graciela Chichilnisky and Geoffrey Heal, October 1992.
  54. "On the Equilibrium, Size and Composition of Communities", by David A. Starrett, January 1993.
  55. "On Population Externalities and the Social Rate of Discount", by David A. Starrett, January 1993.
  56. "Behavioral Heterogeneity and Cournot Oligopoly Equilibrium", by Jean-Michel Grandmont, July 1992, revised February 1993.
  57. "Computing Equilibria in the GEI Model", by Donald J. Brown, Peter M. DeMarzo and B. Curtis Eaves, July 1993.
  58. "Walrasian Comparative Statics", by Donald J. Brown and Rosa L. Matzkin, December 1993.
  59. "On Monotone Comparative Statics: Monotonicity of the Walras Correspondence", by Thorsten Hens, December 1993.
  60. "Methodological Individualism and Social Knowledge", by Kenneth J. Arrow, January 1994.
  61. "A Note on Freedom and Flexibility", by Kenneth J. Arrow, February 1994.
  62. "Edgeworth's Ethics", by Kenneth J. Arrow, February 1994.
  63. "Existence of Comparative Statics for General Equilibrium Models", by Susan K. Snyder, April 1994.
  64. "Refutable Implications of the Hecksher-Ohlin Model", by Uday Rajan, August 9, 1994.
  65. "What is Sustainable Development?" by Graciela Chichilnisky, August 23, 1994.
  66. "Option Values and Endogenous Uncertainty in ESOPS, MBOS and Asset-Backed Loans", by Graciela Chichilnisky, Geoffrey Heal and D.P. Tsomocos, August 23, 1994.
  67. "Property Rights and Returns to Scale: Patents, Firms and Market Failure", by Graciela Chichilnisky, Geoffrey Heal and Ugo Pagano, August 23, 1994.
  68. "Valuing the Very Long Run: Discounting and the Environment", by Geoffrey Heal, August 23, 1994.
  69. "A Unified Perspective on Resource Allocation: Limited Arbitrage is Necessary and Sufficient for the Existence of a Competitive Equilibrium, the Core and Social Choice", by Graciela Chichilnisky, October 11, 1994.
  70. "Diversification and Equilibrium in Securities Markets", by Jan Werner, February, 1996.
  71. "Notes on Sequence Economies, Transaction Costs and Uncertainty", by Kenneth J. Arrow and Frank H. Hahn, August, 1996.
  72. "Computing Models with Multi-Product Firms and Other Complex State Spaces", by Gautam Gowrisankaran, October 16, 1996.
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