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Paper No.50  Rinki Sarkar DEPICTING THE COST STRUCTURE OF ON URBAN BUS TRANSIT FIRM
 (September 1997)
 Paper No.49 Ashwani Deshpande  LOAN PUSHING AND TRIADIC RELATIONS
(September 1997)
  Paper No.48  V. Pandit &
B. Mukherji
PRICES, PROFITS AND RESOURCE MOBILISATION IN A CAPACITY CONSTRAINED MIXED ECONOMY
(August 1997)
 Paper No.47 Roy Batchelor & Pami Dua CONSUMER CONFIDENCE AND THE PROBABILITY OF RECESSION: A MARKOV SWITCHING MODEL
(June 1997)
Paper No.46 Partha Sen TARIFFS AND WELFARE IN AN IMPERFECTLY COMPETITIVE OVERLAPPING GENERATIONS MODEL
(June 1997)
Paper No.45  Partha Sen TERMS OF TRADE AND WELFARE FOR A DEVELOPING ECONOMY WITH AN IMPERFECTLY COMPETITIVE SECTOR
(May 1997)
Paper No.44 Suresh D. Tendulkar &
T. A. Bhavani
POLICY ON MODEM SMALL SCALE INDUSTRIES: A CASE OF GOVERNMENT FAILURE
(May 1997)
Paper No.43 Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri LEGACIES OF THE INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT TO THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INDEPENDENT INDIA
(April 1997)
Paper No.42 Aditya Bhattacharjea OPTIMAL TAXATION OF A FOREIGN MONOPOLIST WITH UNKNOWN COSTS
(January 1997)
Paper No.41 Pami Dua & David J. Smyth  THE DETERMINANTS OF CONSUMERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF BUYING CONDITIONS FOR HOUSES
(November 1996)
Paper No.39  Partha Sen ASSET BUBBLES IN A MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITIVE MACRO MODEL
(June 1996)
Paper No.38 Partha Sen DYNAMIC EFFICIENCY IN A TWO-SECTOR OVERLAPPING GENERATIONS MODEL
(May 1996)
Paper No.36 Jean Dreze POVERTY IN INDIA: REGIONAL ESTIMATES, 1987-8
(February 1996)
Paper No.35 Sunil Kanwar DOES THE DOG WAG THE TAIL OR THE TAIL THE DOG? COINTEGRATION OF INDIAN AGRICULTURE WITH NON-AGRICULTURE
(February 1996)
Paper No.34 Ajit Mishra HIERARCHIES, INCENTIVES AND COLLUSION IN A MODEL OF ENFORCEMENT
(January 1996)
Paper No.33 Jean Dreze & P.V. Srinivasan WIDOWHOOD AND POVERTY IN RURAL INDIA: SOME INFERENCES FROM HOUSEHOLD SURVEY DATA
(July 1995)
Paper No.32 K. Krishnamurty & V.Pandit INDIA’S TRADE FLOWS: ALTERNATIVE POLICY SCENARIOS: 1995-2000
(June 1995)
 Paper No.31  Stephen J. Turnovsky & Partha Sen  INVESTMENT IN A TWO-SECTOR DEPENDENT ECONOMY
(June 1995)
 Paper No.30  Partha Sen FISCAL POLICY IN A DYNAMIC OPEN-ECONOMY NEW-KEYNESIAN MODEL
(June 1995)
  Paper No.29  Jean Dreze &
Jackie Loh
 LITERACY IN INDIA AND CHINA
(May 1995)
 Paper No.28 Jean Dreze,
Anne-Catherine Guio &
Mamta Murthi
DEMOGRAPHIC OUTCOMES, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND WOMEN’S AGENCY
(May 1995)
Paper No.27 Wictze Lise PRESERVATION OF THE COMMONS BY POOLING RESOURCES, MODELLED AS A REPEATED GAME
(May 1995)
Paper No.26  Ranjan Ray  THE REFORM AND DESIGN OF COMMODITY TAXES IN THE PRESENCE OF TAX EVASION WITH ILLUSTRATIVE EVIDENCE FROM INDIA
(December 1994)
Paper No.25 Partha Sen WELFARE-IMPROVING DEBT POLICY UNDER MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION
(November 1994)
Paper No.24 Sunil Kanwar ARE PRODUCTION RISK AND LABOUR MARKET RISK COVARIANT?(October 1994)
Paper No.23 K. Sundaram & S.D. Tendualkar ON MEASURING SHELTER DEPRIVATION IN INDIA
(September 1994)
Paper No.22 K. Ghosh
Dastidar
COMPARING COURNOT AND BERTRAND IN A HOMOGENEOUS PRODUCT MARKET
(September 1994)
Paper No.21 Partha Sen IMMISERIZING GROWTH IN A MODEL OF TRADE WITH MONOPOLISITIC COMPETITION
(August 1994)
Paper No.20 Kaushik Basu INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION THEORY AND DEVELOPING ECONOMIES
(August 1994)
Paper No.19 K. Ghosh
Dastidar
DEBT FINANCING WITH LIMITED LIABILITY AND QUANTITY COMPETITION
(August 1994)
 Paper No.18  D. Jayaraj &
S. Subramanian
CASTE DISCRIMINATION IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE IN INDIA: THEORY AND EVIDENCE
(August 1994)
Paper No.17 S. Nandeibam MORAL HAZARD IN A PRINCIPAL-AGENT(S) TEAM
(July 1994)
Paper No.16 Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri LABOUR MARKETS AS SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA
(July 1994)
Paper No.15 S. Nandeibam NOTE ON RANDOMIZED SOCIAL CHOICE AND RANDOM DICTATORSHIPS
(July 1994)
Paper No.14 Kaushik Basu BARGAINING WITH SET-VALUED DISAGREEMENT
(July 1994)
Paper No.13 Kaushik Basu THE AXIOMATIC STRUCTURE OF KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION
(July 1994)
Paper No.12 S. Nandeibam COALITIONAL POWER STRUCTURE IN STOCHASTIC SOCIAL CHOICE FUNCTIONS WITH AN UNRESTRICTED PREFERENCE DOMAIN
(June 1994)
Paper No.11 V. Bhaskar REPEATED GAMES WITH ALMOST PERFECT MONITORING BY PRIVATELY OBSERVED SIGNALS
(June 1994)
Paper No.10 V. Bhaskar SUSTAINING INTER-GENERATIONAL ALTRUISM WHEN SOCIAL MEMORY IS BOUNDED
(June 1994)
Paper No.9 Partha Sen, Arghya Ghosh & Abheek Barman THE POSSIBILITY OF WELFARE GAINS WITH CAPITAL INFLOWS IN A SMALL TARIFF-RIDDEN ECONOMY
(June 1994)
Paper No.8 Partha Sen ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES AND NORTH-SOUTH TRADE: A SELECTED SURVEY OF THE ISSUES
(May 1994)
Paper No.7 Partha Sen AN EXAMPLE OF WELFARE REDUCING TARIFF UNDER MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION
(May 1994)
Paper No.6 Kaushik Basu WHERE THERE IS NO ECONOMIST: SOME INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL PREREQUISITES OF ECONOMIC REFORMS IN INDIA
(May 1994)
Paper No.5 Bishnupriya
Gupta
THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND BRAZIL’S CAPITAL GOODS SECTOR: A RE-EXAMINATION
(April 1994)
Paper No.4 V. Bhaskar DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE AND THE CONTROL OF GLOBAL WARMING
(March 1994)
Paper No.3 V. Bhaskar & Mushtaq Khan PRIVATIZATION AND EMPLOYMENT: A STUDY OF THE JUTE INDUSTRY IN BANGLADESH
(March 1994)
Paper No.2 M.N. Murty & Ranjan Ray OPTIMAL TAXATION AND RESOURCE TRANSFERS IN A FEDERAL NATION
(February 1994)
Paper No.1 Kaushik Basu,  Arghya Ghosh & Tridip Ray THE BABU AND THE BOXWALLAH MANAGERIAL INCENTIVES AND GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION
(January 1994)

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