Bibliography style for Economics of Governance

This is a simple hack of newapa.bst to confirm with the bibliography style of Economics of Governance. Other economics journals published by Springer, e.g., International Journal of Game Theory, appear to use the same bibliography style. Here are a couple of examples of what the bibliography style looks like (taken from the Economics of Governance homepage):

Journal article:
Kydland, F. E., Prescott., E. C. (1977) Rules rather than discretion: The inconsistency of optimal plans. Journal of Political Economy 85(3): 473–49

Complete book:
Kuran, T. (1995) Private Truths, Public Lies: The Social Consequences of Preference Falsification. Harvard University Press, Cambridge

Contribution in a book:
Schelling, T. (1968) The life you save may be your own. In: Chase, S. B. (ed.) Problems in Public Expenditure Analysis. The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.

The bibliography style: ecogov.bst