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Two Proxy Access Proposals From Daniel Rudewicz

(2011)

  Interview with Daniel Rudewicz who submitted proxy access proposals at Paragon Technologies and ...

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Business Attitudes toward Statistical Investigation in Late Nineteenth Century Italy: A Wool Industrialist from Reticence to Influence

Vol.12,
No.2,
(2011),
pp 265-316

The ability of industrial entrepreneurs to influence the outcome of statistical surveys on industry is inquired here...

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The Changing Picture of Max Weber's Sociology

Vol.29,
(2003),
pp 283-306

  Over the years the secondary literature on Max Weber's sociology has grown enormously, and it is time to...

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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Social Security in Present-Day China and Its Reform

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 276-280

  Radical overhaul of the urban social-security system is high on the Chinese re- form agenda (see Beijing Review...

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Poverty, Incentives, and Development

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 211-215

  POVERTY AND WELL- BEING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESt Poverty, Incentives, and Development Poverty matters to...

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The Debt Burden and Debt Maturity

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 309-319

  The Debt Burden and Debt Maturity For most OECD countries over the last 30 years, there appears to have been...

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Unemployment and Vacancies with Sectoral Shifts

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 124-144

  Unemployment and Vacancies with Sectoral Shifts Recent analyses of unemployment -vacancy series suggest that...

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The Misperception of Walras

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 342-352

The Misperception of Walras LCon Walras (1834-1910) is unanimously recognized as one of the founding fathers of the...

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Dynamics of the Trade Balance and the Terms of Trade: The J-Curve?

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 84-103

  Dynamics of the Trade Balance and the Terms of Trade: The J-Curve? We procide a theoretical interpretation of...

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External Recruitment versus Internal Promotion

Vol.14,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 555-570

  External Recruitment versus Internal Promotion  William Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong...

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The Economics of Reparations

Vol.93,
No.2,
(2003),
pp 326-329

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENDING RACISM AND THE WCARt The Economics of Reparations I. Reparations and Slavery The...

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A Psychological Perspective on Economics

Vol.93,
No.2,
(2003),
pp 162-168

A Psychological Perspective on Economics My first exposure to the psychological as- sumptions of economics was in a...

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Intrinsic Motivation and Extrinsic Incentives

Vol.87,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 359-364

Intrinsic Motivation and Extrinsic Incentives  According to social psychologists and so- ciologists, a norm is a...

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Vertical Integration and Internet Strategies in the Apparel Industry

Vol.49,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 417-440

  VERTICAL INTEGRATION AND INTERNET STRATEGIES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY*  We explore the relationship...

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Making Inequality Comparisons When Lorenz Curves Intersect

Vol.85,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 980-986

Making Inequality Comparisons When Lorenz  Curves Intersect  By JAMESDAVIESAND MICHAELHOY* An...

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Retrospectives: Captains of Industry

Vol.16,
No.2,
(2002),
pp 197-206

Retrospectives Captains of Industry Robert Dixon This feature addresses the history of economic words and ideas. The...

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The Gender Earnings Gap: Learning from International Comparisons

Vol.82,
No.2,
(1992),
pp 533-538

The Gender Earnings Gap: Learning from International Comparisons Despite some dramatic reductions in the male-female...

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Deregulation and the Labor Market

Vol.12,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 111-130

  Deregulation and the Labor Market James Peoples eregulation, specifically the removal of government...

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The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism: Perspectives on Alfred Chandler's Scale and Scope

Vol.31,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 199-225

Journal of Economic Literature Vol. XXXI (March 1993), pp. 199-225 The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism: Perspectives...

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THE EFFECT OF OIL PRICE ON UNITED ARAB EMIRATES GOODS

Vol.18,
No.2,
(2011),
pp 44-63

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How Has the Decline in Assumed Returns Affected Plan Costs?

Vol.66,
(2019)

Many state and local pension plans have lowered their long-term investment return assumptions in the wake of the...

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Women, Marriage, and the National Retirement Risk Index

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.19,
No.10,
(2019)

In the past, it made sense to think of women’s retirement risk mainly in the context of households, as women...

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The Implications of Social Security’s “Missing Trust Fund”

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.19,
No.9,
(2019)

As policymakers consider restoring financial balance to Social Security, understanding the reason for the shortfall is...

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Social Security’s Financial Outlook: The 2019 Update in Perspective

Vol.19,
No.8,
(2019)

Contrary to media reports, the 2019 Trustees Report contains no real news. The program continues to run a 75-year...

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Why Has Poverty Declined for Widows?

by Alicia Munnell, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher, Alice Zulkarnain,
Vol.19,
No.4,
(2019)

In the mid-1990s, the poverty rate for widows ages 65- 85 was 20 percent. Since then, it has dropped sharply. Why did...

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Retiring Earlier than Planned: What Matters Most?

by Alicia Munnell, Matthew S. Rutledge, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.19,
No.3,
(2019)

Many workers seem to have gotten the message that working longer may be necessary to boost their retirement security....

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Modernizing Social Security: Minimum Benefits

Vol.19,
No.2,
(2019)

Social Security offers a minimum benefit to retired workers with very low career earnings. However, the current level...

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Trends in Retirement Security by Race/Ethnicity

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.18,
No.21,
(2018)

Retirement security has declined in the wake of the global financial crisis and ensuing recession. Despite an extended...

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How Much Income Do Retirees Actually Have?

by Anqi Chen, Alicia Munnell, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.18,
No.20,
(2018)

How much income retirees actually have seems like a straightforward question. Researchers often rely on nationally...

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Two Proxy Access Proposals From Daniel Rudewicz

(2011)

  Interview with Daniel Rudewicz who submitted proxy access proposals at Paragon Technologies and ...

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The Changing Picture of Max Weber's Sociology

Vol.29,
(2003),
pp 283-306

  Over the years the secondary literature on Max Weber's sociology has grown enormously, and it is time to...

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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Social Security in Present-Day China and Its Reform

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 276-280

  Radical overhaul of the urban social-security system is high on the Chinese re- form agenda (see Beijing Review...

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Poverty, Incentives, and Development

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 211-215

  POVERTY AND WELL- BEING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESt Poverty, Incentives, and Development Poverty matters to...

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The Debt Burden and Debt Maturity

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 309-319

  The Debt Burden and Debt Maturity For most OECD countries over the last 30 years, there appears to have been...

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Unemployment and Vacancies with Sectoral Shifts

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 124-144

  Unemployment and Vacancies with Sectoral Shifts Recent analyses of unemployment -vacancy series suggest that...

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The Misperception of Walras

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 342-352

The Misperception of Walras LCon Walras (1834-1910) is unanimously recognized as one of the founding fathers of the...

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Dynamics of the Trade Balance and the Terms of Trade: The J-Curve?

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 84-103

  Dynamics of the Trade Balance and the Terms of Trade: The J-Curve? We procide a theoretical interpretation of...

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Expropriation and Inventions: Appropriable Rents in the Absence of Property Rights

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 190-209

  Expropriation and Inventions: Appropriable Rents in the Absence of Property Rights We analyze the problem faced...

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Two Proxy Access Proposals From Daniel Rudewicz

(2011)

  Interview with Daniel Rudewicz who submitted proxy access proposals at Paragon Technologies and ...

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The Changing Picture of Max Weber's Sociology

Vol.29,
(2003),
pp 283-306

  Over the years the secondary literature on Max Weber's sociology has grown enormously, and it is time to...

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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Social Security in Present-Day China and Its Reform

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 276-280

  Radical overhaul of the urban social-security system is high on the Chinese re- form agenda (see Beijing Review...

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Poverty, Incentives, and Development

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 211-215

  POVERTY AND WELL- BEING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESt Poverty, Incentives, and Development Poverty matters to...

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The Debt Burden and Debt Maturity

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 309-319

  The Debt Burden and Debt Maturity For most OECD countries over the last 30 years, there appears to have been...

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Unemployment and Vacancies with Sectoral Shifts

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 124-144

  Unemployment and Vacancies with Sectoral Shifts Recent analyses of unemployment -vacancy series suggest that...

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The Misperception of Walras

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 342-352

The Misperception of Walras LCon Walras (1834-1910) is unanimously recognized as one of the founding fathers of the...

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Dynamics of the Trade Balance and the Terms of Trade: The J-Curve?

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 84-103

  Dynamics of the Trade Balance and the Terms of Trade: The J-Curve? We procide a theoretical interpretation of...

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Expropriation and Inventions: Appropriable Rents in the Absence of Property Rights

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 190-209

  Expropriation and Inventions: Appropriable Rents in the Absence of Property Rights We analyze the problem faced...

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