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A monetary equilibrium model with transactions costs

A supergame-theoretic model of business cycles and price wars during booms

A theory of inefficient intrafirm transactions

A theory of inter-industry wage differentials

Benefits of narrow business strategies

Collusive price leadership

Competition and human capital accumulation : a theory of interregional specialization and trade

Consumption and liquidity constraints

Cyclical markups : theories and evidence

Dynamic general equilibrium models with imperfectly competitive product markets

Export promotion as a development strategy

Financial transaction costs and industrial performance

Human relations in the workplace

Instrument variable estimation of misspecified models

Interpreting the statistical failures of some rational expectations macroeconomics models

Is the business cycle a necessary consequence of stochastic growth?

Labor hoarding, inflexible prices and procyclical productivity

Leadership style and incentives

Monetary policy and costs of price adjustment

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Money and the terms of trade

Money, output, and prices--evidence from a new monetary aggregate / by Julio J. Rotemberg, John C. Driscoll, and James M. Poterba

Monopolistic price adjustment and aggregate output

Moral hazard, borrowing, lending and Ricardian equivalence

More on the observational equivalence of various macroeconomic models

Oligopolistic pricing and the effects of aggregate demand on economic activity

Overinvestment with relation-specific capital

People drive too slowly

Power in profit maximizing organizations

Price leadership

Quotas and the stability of implicit collusion

Rationing in centrally planned economies

Selection of econometric models with out-of-sample data

Shareholder value maximization and product market competition

Sovereign debt buybacks can bargaining costs

Sticky prices in the United States

Strategic inventories and the excess volatility of production

Tariffs vs. quotas with implicit collusion

The new Keynesian microfoundations

The relative rigidity of monopoly pricing