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A General-Equilibrium Intertemporal Model of an Open Economy |
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A Theory of Ownership Arrangements and Smooth Transition |
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449 |

A Unique Informationally Efficient Allocation Mechanism In Economies With Consumption Externalities |
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217 |

A characterization of the existenceof optimal dominant strategy mechanisms |
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63 |
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564 |

A reputation strategic model of monetary policy in continuous-time |
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25 |
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141 |

A solution to the problem of consumption externalities |
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65 |
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402 |

An Implementable State-Ownership System with General Variable Returns |
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12 |
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70 |

Bayesian implementation in exchange economies with state dependent preferences and feasible sets |
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133 |

Characterizations of the Existence of Equilibria in Games with Discontinuous and Non-quasiconcave Payoffs |
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120 |
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China under Uncertainty: Outlook, Counterfactual and Policy Simulations, and Reform Implementation¡ªA Summary of Annual Report (2016¨C2017) |
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9 |
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35 |

China's Macroeconomic Outlook and Risk Assessment: Counterfactual Analysis, Policy Simulation, and Long-Term Governance¡ªA Summary of Annual Report (2015¨C2016) |
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7 |
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50 |

China¡¯s Reform: History, Logic and Future |
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69 |

Completely feasible and continuous implementation of the Lindahl correspondence with a message space of minimal dimension |
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22 |
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73 |

Completely feasible and continuous implementation of the Lindahl correspondence with any number of goods |
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55 |

Conquering China¡¯s Unbalanced and Inadequate Development: Macroeconomic Outlook, Policy Simulations, and Reform Implementation¡ªA Summary of Annual SUFE Macroeconomic Report (2017¨C2018) |
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57 |

Continuous and Feasible Implementation of Rational-Expectations Lindahl Allocations |
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44 |

Deceleration of China's Economic Growth: Causes and Countermeasures |
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Detrimental externalities, pollution rights, and the “Coase theorem” |
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Double implementation in economies with production technologies unknown to the designer |
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118 |

Double implementation of Lindahl allocations by a pure mechanism |
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Double implementation of linear cost share equilibrium allocations |
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Equilibria in first price auctions with participation costs |
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Equilibria in second-price auctions with private participation costs |
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Equilibrium in abstract economies with a non-compact infinite dimensional strategy space, an infinite number of agents and without ordered preferences |
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Existence of Solution of Minimax Inequalities, Equilibria in Games and Fixed Points Without Convexity and Compactness Assumptions |
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Existence of equilibrium in abstract economies with discontinuous payoffs and non-compact choice spaces |
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Feasible and Continuous Double Implementation of Constrained Walrasian Allocations |
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Guaranteed size ratio of ordinally efficient and envy-free mechanisms in the assignment problem |
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Implementation in economies with non-convex production technologies unknown to the designer |
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Implementation in production economies with increasing returns |
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Implementation of Lindahl allocations with nontotal--nontransitive preferences |
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Implementation of Linear Cost Share Equilibrium Allocations |
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Implementation of Pareto efficient allocations |
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Implementation of balanced linear cost share equilibrium solution in Nash and strong Nash equilibria |
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Implementation of marginal cost pricing equilibrium allocations with transfers in economies with increasing returns to scale |
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15 |
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Implementation of the Lindahl Correspondence by a Single-Valued, Feasible, and Continuous Mechanism |
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33 |
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136 |

Implementing Lindahl allocations by a withholding mechanism |
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Incentive Mechanism Design for Production Economies with Both Private and Public Ownerships |
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Interregional redistribution and budget institutions with private information on intergenerational externality |
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Multi-task incentive contract and performance measurement with multidimensional types |
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29 |
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Nash-Implementation of the Lindahl Correspondence with Decreasing Returns to Scale Technologies |
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Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Maximization of a Class of Preference Relations |
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On Deep-Rooted Problems in China¡¯s Economy |
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On Nash-Implementation in the Presence of Withholding |
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On deep-rooted problems in China’s economy |
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On informational efficiency and incentive aspects of generalized ratio equilibria |
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On the Efficiency of Wage-Setting Mechanisms with Search Frictions and Human Capital Investment |
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On the Existence of Equilibria in Generalized Games |
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On the Fundamentals of a Successful Reform for National Prosperity¡ªAn Economic Analysis Based on the Practice of China¡¯s Reform |
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On the constrained Walrasian and Lindahl correspondences |
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On the existence of Nash equilibrium in discontinuous games |
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On the existence of equilibria in games with arbitrary strategy spaces and preferences |
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On the existence of optimal truth-dominant mechanisms |
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On the existence of price equilibrium in economies with excess demand functions |
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Optimal interregional redistribution and local borrowing rules under migration and asymmetric information |
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Promote Competitive Neutrality to Facilitate China’s Economic Development: Outlook, Policy Simulations, and Reform Implementation—A Summary of the Annual SUFE Macroeconomic Report (2019?020) |
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14 |
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Property Rights and the Nature of Chinese Collective Enterprises |
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86 |
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REPUTATION AND OPTIMAL CONTRACTS FOR CENTRAL BANKERS |
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Ratio-Lindahl and Ratio Equilibria with Many Goods |
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Ratio-Lindahl equilibria and an informationally efficient and implementable mixed-ownership system |
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Relativity, mobility, and optimal nonlinear income taxation in an open economy |
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Responsive affirmative action in school choice: A comparison study |
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Second‐Price Auctions with Different Participation Costs |
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Special Issue. Guest Editor: Zhihao Yu |
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Tackle China's Economic Complexities by Deepening Reform and Opening Up: Macroeconomic Outlook, Policy Simulations, and Reform Implementation¡ªA Summary of the Annual SUFE Macroeconomic Report (2018¨C2019) |
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20 |
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84 |

The Blocking Lemma and strategy-proofness in many-to-many matchings |
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11 |
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The Nature and Avoidance of the ¡°Middle Income Trap¡± |
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The blocking lemma and group incentive compatibility for matching with contracts |
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5 |
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The stability of many-to-many matching with max–min preferences |
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12 |
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The unique informational efficiency of the competitive mechanism in economies with production |
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Theory of negative consumption externalities with applications to the economics of happiness |
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74 |
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Transfer continuities, generalizations of the Weierstrass and maximum theorems: A full characterization |
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56 |
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7 |
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Two Differential Games Between Rent-Seeking Politicians and Capitalists: Implications for Economic Growth |
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34 |

Two further impossibility results on responsive affirmative action in school choice |
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7 |
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30 |

Two-agent collusion-proof implementation with correlation and arbitrage |
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6 |
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45 |

Virtual implementation in incomplete information environments with infinite alternatives and types |
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8 |
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11 |
120 |

When can we do better than autarky? |
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14 |
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45 |

Total Journal Articles |
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8,592 |