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Fall 1999, Anthony P. Carnevale
Fall 1999, Charles L. Schultze
Fall 1999, Alan B. Krueger and Lawrence F. Katz
1999, Clifford Winston, Martin N. Baily and Peter C. Reiss, eds.
April 29, 1998, Jack E. Triplett
Microeconomics 1998, Axel Borsch-Supan
Microeconomics 1998, Daniel P. Kessler, George B. Shepherd and Thomas J. Campbell
July 1997, Philip Bagnoli
Microeconomics 1997, Alan M. Garber and Martin Neil Baily
Microeconomics 1995, Boyan Jovanovic and Yaw Nyarko
Microeconomics 1995, Casey Ichniowski and Kathryn Shaw
Microeconomics 1995, Ben Craig and John Pencavel
1994, No. 1, Barry P. Bosworth and George L. Perry
1993, Marin N. Baily and Peter C. Reiss, eds.
1993, Clifford Winston and Martin N. Baily, eds.
1993, No. 1, Robert J. Gordon
Microeconomics 1, 1993, Boyan Jovanovic
Microeconomics 2, 1993, Bart Van Ark and Dirk Pilat
1992, Clifford Winston and Martin N. Baily, eds.
1992, No. 2, J. Bradford DeLong and Lawrence H. Summers
Microeconomics 1992, Charles Hulten, David Campbell and Martin Neil Baily
1991, George L. Perry and William C. Brainard, eds.
1990, Clifford Winston and Martin N. Baily, eds.
1990, George L. Perry and William C. Brainard, eds.
Microeconomics 1990, Paul M. Romer
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