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Number of items: 10.

1992

Serletis, Apostolos (1992): Unit root behavior in energy futures prices. Published in: The Energy Journal , Vol. 13, No. 2 (1992): pp. 119-128.

1994

Serletis, Apostolos and Hulleman, Vaughn (1994): Business cycles and the behavior of energy prices. Published in: The Energy Journal , Vol. 15, No. 2 (1994): pp. 125-134.

1997

Serletis, Apostolos (1997): Is there an East-West split in North-American natural gas markets? Published in: The Energy Journal , Vol. 18, (1997): pp. 47-62.

1999

Serletis, Apostolos and Gogas, Periklis (1999): The North American natural gas liquids markets are chaotic. Published in: The Energy Journal , Vol. 20, No. 1 (1999): pp. 83-103.

2000

Afxentiou, Panos and Serletis, Apostolos (2000): Output growth and the variability of exports and imports growth: international evidence from Granger causality tests. Published in: The Developing Economies , Vol. 38, No. 2 (2000): pp. 141-163.

2005

Gogas, Periklis and Serletis, Apostolos (2005): The revenue smoothing hypothesis in an ARIMA Framework: Evidence from the United States, in Claude Diebolt, Catherine Kyrtsou et al. (eds.), New Trends in Macroeconomics. Published in: in Claude Diebolt, Catherine Kyrtsou et al. (eds.), New Trends in Macroeconomics (2005): pp. 79-88.

22 April 2008

Barnett, William A. and Serletis, Apostolos (2008): Consumer preferences and demand systems.

10 December 2008

Barnett, William A. and Serletis, Apostolos (2008): The Differential Approach to Demand Analysis and the Rotterdam Model.

20 December 2008

Barnett, William A. and Serletis, Apostolos (2008): Measuring Consumer Preferences and Estimating Demand Systems.

11 September 2012

Barnett, William A. and Serletis, Apostolos and Serletis, Demitre (2012): Nonlinear and Complex Dynamics in Economics.

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