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Vol.13, No.2 / December 1995
Vol.13, No.1 / July 1995

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Vol.13, No.2 / December 1995

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Shigenori Shiratsuka Automobile Prices and Quality Changes : A Hedonic Price Analysis of Japanese Automobile Market
/Hedonic Price Index; Quality Changes; Measurement Errors; Automobiles; Multicollinearity; Principal Components.
Naohiko Baba On the Cause of Price and Differentials between Domestic and Overseas Markets : Approach Through Empirical Analyses of Markup Pricing
/Markup Pricing; Market Power; Price Differentials
Tetsuya Sakamoto Collateralization of Derivative Transaction in Japan : A Comparison of Two Methods
/Collateralization; Derivatives; Netting.
Yosuke Shigemi Asset Inflation in Selected Countries
/Asset Price Inflation; Tax Wedge.
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Vol.13, No.1 / July 1995

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Hiroshi Fujiki and
Yukinobu Kitamura
Feldstein-Horioka Paradox Revisited
/Panel Data; International Capital Mobility; Feldstein-Horioka Paradox.
Shigenori Shiratsuka Effects of Quality Changes on the Price Index: A Hedonic Approach to the Estimation of a Quality Adjusted Price Index for Personal Computers in Japan
/Hedonic Price Index; Personal Computers; Measurement Errors; Quality Changes
Yutaka Soejima A Unit Root Test with Structural Change for Japanese Macroeconomic Variables
/Unit Root; Deterministic Trend; Structural Break; Null Hypothesis.
Marie Ogawa, and Takashi Kubota Bank Accounting and Market Valuation in Japan: An Overview of Accounting Issues of Financial Instruments
/Accounting; Financial Instruments; Market Valuation; Market Value Accounting.
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