Volume 13, Number 2 (May 2018)

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Articles

Who's afraid of aggregating money metrics?
        Kristof Bosmans, Koen Decancq, and Erwin Ooghe
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467–484
Benchmarking
        Christopher P. Chambers and Alan D. Miller
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485–504
Existence and indeterminacy of markovian equilibria in dynamic bargaining games
        Vincent Anesi and John Duggan
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505–526
Rational expectation of mistakes and a measure of error-proneness
        Shaowei Ke
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527–552
Computational principal agent problems
        Pablo D. Azar and Silvio Micali
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553–578
The transitive core: inference of welfare from nontransitive preference relations
        Hiroki Nishimura
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579–606
Optimal information disclosure: a linear programming approach
        Anton Kolotilin
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607–636
Exchange rates and monetary spillovers
        Guillaume Plantin and Hyun Song Shin
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637–666
Collective household welfare and intra-household inequality
        Jean-Paul Chavas, Martina Menon, Elisa Pagani, and Federico Perali
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667–696
What kind of central bank competence?
        Alex Frankel and Navin Kartik
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697–728
Span of control, transaction costs and the structure of production chains
        Tomoo Kikuchi, Kazuo Nishimura, and John Stachurski
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729–760
Stability and strategy-proofness for matching with constraints: a necessary and sufficient condition
        Yuichiro Kamada and Fuhito Kojima
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761–794
Efficient dynamic mechanisms in environments with interdependent valuations: the role of contingent transfers
        Heng Liu
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795–830
Pareto optimal budgeted combinatorial auctions
        Phuong Le
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831–868
Alternating-offer bargaining with the global games information structure
        Anton Tsoy
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869–931
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