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  1. 2010
  2. A Non-empty Core May Not Coincide with the Uncovered Set in Spatial Voting Situations: Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Bhattacharya, A., Brosi, V. & Ciardiello, F., 2010, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  3. Allocative Efficiency and an Incentive Scheme for Research: Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Bhattacharya, A. & Newhouse, H., 2010, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  4. Appropriate perspectives for health care decisions.

    Claxton, K., Palmer, S., Sculpher, M. & Walker, S., 2010, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 86 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 54).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  5. Does cost-effectiveness analysis discriminate against patients with short life expectancy? Matters of logic and matters of context

    Paulden, M. & Culyer, A. J., 2010, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 15 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 55).

    Research output: Working paper

  6. Dynamic, economic approaches to HTA under uncertainty

    Forster, M. & Pertile, P., 2010, University of Verona.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  7. Efficient emissions reduction

    Roussillon, B. & Schweinzer, P., 2010, 27 p. (University of Manchester Discussion Paper Series; vol. EDP-1004).

    Research output: Working paper

  8. External finance, sudden stops and financial crisis: What is different this time?

    Ozkan, F. G. & Unsal, D. F., 2010, Washington: International Monetary Fund.

    Research output: Working paper

  9. Inequality and polarisation in health systems' responsiveness: a cross-country analysis

    Jones, A. M., Rice, N., Robone, S. & Rosa-Dias, P., 2010, University of York, (HEDG working Paper; no. 10/27).

    Research output: Working paper

  10. Long Memory Nelson-Siegel Model and No-Arbitrage Restrictions

    Golinski, A., 2010, (In preparation) 52 p.

    Research output: Working paper

  11. Monetary Policy under the Classical Gold Standard (1870s-1914)

    Morys, M., 2010, (Unpublished) CHERRY Discussion Paper 2010/01.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  12. Optimal Sequential Sampling Rules for the Economic Evaluation of Health Technologies: Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Pertile, P., Forster, M. & La Torre, D., 2010, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  13. The original sin that started only later: How Austria-Hungary's paper debt turned golden, 1870s-1913

    Morys, M., 2010, (Unpublished) CHERRY Discussion Paper 2010/02.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  14. 2009
  15. Budget Allocation and the Revealed Social Rate of Time Preference for Health

    Paulden, M. & Claxton, K. P., Oct 2009, York, UK: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, 20 p. (CHE Research Paper; no. 53).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  16. An Incentive Mechanism for Using Risk Adjuster to Reimburse Health Care Providers

    Datta, B., 2009, Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  17. Developing a person based resource allocation formula for general practices in England

    Dixon, J., Asaria, P., Georghiou, T., Billings, J., Gravelle, H., Martin, S., Rice, N., Smith, P., Wennberg, D., DeLorenzo, M., Siegal, M., Russell, R. & Filipova, N., 2009.

    Research output: Working paper

  18. Golden Rule of Public Finance: A Panacea? Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Ismihan, M. & Ozkan, G., 2009, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

  19. Inferring Social Preferences over Income Distributions through Axioms: Department of Economics & Related Studies Discussion Paper Series

    Hey, J. D. & Pasca, C., 2009, York: The University of York.

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper