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International Comparisons of Living Standards and Tastes: A Revealed- Preference Analysis

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 332-341

International Comparisons of Living Standards and Tastes: A Revealed-Preference Analysis "League tables,"...

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Barter and Monetary Exchange Under Private Information

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 104-123

Barter and Monetary Exchange Under Private Information We decelop a model of production and exchange with uncertainty...

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The Effect of Taxes on Labor Supply in the Underground Economy

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 231-254

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A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the "Soft Budget Constraint"

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 145-156

A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the "Soft Budget Constraint" This paper attributes...

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The Formulation of Rational Choice

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 385-390

Consider the description of a "rational" person in traditional economic theory, or standard game theory. As...

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Poverty and Illness in Low-Income Rural Areas

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 216-220

One of the oldest and most studied ques- tions in development is whether the resource and environmental conditions...

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The On-and-Off Connection Between Political and Economic Progress

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 343-348

If a country's movement toward democ- racy is viewed as the essence of political progress and its advance toward a...

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The Dynamics of Poverty Spells: Updating Bane and Ellwood

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 34-37

PERSISTENCE IN POVERTY AND WELFARE' The Dynamics of Poverty Spells: Updating Bane and Ellwood Policymakers...

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The Welfare State and the Employment Problem

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 71-75

The Welfare State and the Employment Problem Social security, provision of public-sector services, job-security...

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Curing Child Poverty in the United States

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 76-80

THE ECONOMIC SUPPORT OF CHILD- RAISING' Curing Child Poverty in the United States Millions of American children,...

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Detection of Bid Rigging in Procurement Auctions

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1993),
pp 518-538

Robert H. Porter Arorthwestern University and National Bureau of Economic Research J. Douglas Zona National Economic...

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George Stigler's Contribution to the Economic Analysis of Regulation

Vol.101,
No.5,
(1993),
pp 818-832

Sam Peltzman Universiq of Chicago George Stigler changed the way economists analyze government reg- ulation. This...

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Does Early Maternal Employment Harm Child Development? An Analysis of the Potential Benefits of Leave Taking

Vol.21,
No.2,
(2003),
pp 409-448

  Does Early Maternal Employment Harm Child Development? An Analysis of the Potential Benefits of Leave Taking...

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X-Efficiency and Allocative Efficiency: What Have We Learned?

Vol.82,
No.2,
(1992),
pp 434-438

In 1966 Harvey Leibenstein postulated the existence of a nonallocative (inlefficiency. Supporters and critics appeared...

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The Role of Fairness in Wage Determination

Vol.11,
No.1,
(1993),
pp 243-252

  The Role of Fairness in Wage Determination  A1bert Rees, Pvinceton univevxity Neoclassical...

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Trade Policy, Growth, and Income Distribution

Vol.87,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 205-210

Trade Policy, Growth, and Income Distribution For well over a century scholars, social commentators, and pamphletists...

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Informal Regulation of Industrial Pollution in Developing Countries: Evidence from Indonesia

Vol.104,
No.6,
(1996),
pp 1314-1327

Informal Regulation of Industrial Pollution in Developing Countries: Evidence from Indonesia Sheoli Pargal and David...

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Random Matching under Dichotomous Preferences

Vol.72,
No.1,
(2004),
pp 257-279

RANDOM MATCHING UNDER DICHOTOMOUS PREFERENCES BYANNABOGOMOLNAIA MOULIN' AND HERVE We consider bilateral matching...

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Information in Securities Markets: Kyle Meets Glosten and Milgrom

Vol.72,
No.2,
(2004),
pp 433-465

INFORMATION IN SECURITIES MARKETS: KYLE MEETS GLOSTEN AND MILGROM BY KERRY BACK AND SHMUELBARUCH This paper analyzes...

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Socioeconomic Status and Health

Vol.88,
No.2,
(1998),
pp 192-196

Socioeconomic Status and Health  The quantitatively large association be- tween many measures of...

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Will Millennials Be Ready for Retirement?

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou,
Vol.18-2,
(2018)

Many of today’s workers will have inadequate income when they reach retirement, but the prospects for Millennials...

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National Retirement Risk Index Shows Modest Improvement in 2016

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.18-1,
(2018)

The release of the Federal Reserve’s 2016 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) is a great opportunity to reassess...

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The Funded Status of Local Pensions Inches Closer to States

The last comprehensive review of locally adminstered plans in this series found that their funded status – as of...

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Why Has U.S. Life Expectancy Fallen Below Other Countries?

by Anqi Chen, Alicia Munnell, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher, Alice Zulkarnain,
Vol.17-22,
(2017)

Life expectancy at age 65 in the United States and other high-income countries has increased dramatically over the last...

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Dodged a Bullet? “Rothification” Likely to Reduce Retirement Saving

by Alicia Munnell, Gal Wettstein,
Vol.17-20,
(2017)

As part of its tax reform effort, the Congress was considering a proposal to require that employee contributions to 401...

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Property Tax Deferral: A Proposal to Help Massachusetts Seniors

by Alicia Munnell, Anek Belbase, Wenliang Hou, Abigail Walters,
Vol.17-19,
(2017)

Massachusetts citizens, like those in other states, face the prospect of inadequate retirement income. Social Security...

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How Have Municipal Bond Markets Reacted to Pension Reform?

While most municipal analysts view pensions as a minor risk to the municipal debt markets, many state and local...

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401(k)/IRA Holdings in 2016: An Update from the SCF

by Alicia Munnell, Anqi Chen,
Vol.17-18,
(2017)

The key supplement to Social Security benefits is accumulations in employer-sponsored retirement plans. Increasingly...

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What’s Happening to U.S. Mortality Rates?

by Anqi Chen, Alicia Munnell, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.17-17,
(2017)

A key factor affecting the cost of the Social Security program is how long beneficiaries live. Life expectancy is...

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The Impact of Raising Children on Retirement Security

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.17-16,
(2017)

Children are expensive; they require food, clothing, childcare, and an education. So, one might think that households...

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Barter and Monetary Exchange Under Private Information

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 104-123

Barter and Monetary Exchange Under Private Information We decelop a model of production and exchange with uncertainty...

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The Effect of Taxes on Labor Supply in the Underground Economy

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 231-254

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A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the "Soft Budget Constraint"

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 145-156

A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the "Soft Budget Constraint" This paper attributes...

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The Formulation of Rational Choice

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 385-390

Consider the description of a "rational" person in traditional economic theory, or standard game theory. As...

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Poverty and Illness in Low-Income Rural Areas

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 216-220

One of the oldest and most studied ques- tions in development is whether the resource and environmental conditions...

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The On-and-Off Connection Between Political and Economic Progress

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 343-348

If a country's movement toward democ- racy is viewed as the essence of political progress and its advance toward a...

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The Dynamics of Poverty Spells: Updating Bane and Ellwood

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 34-37

PERSISTENCE IN POVERTY AND WELFARE' The Dynamics of Poverty Spells: Updating Bane and Ellwood Policymakers...

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The Welfare State and the Employment Problem

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 71-75

The Welfare State and the Employment Problem Social security, provision of public-sector services, job-security...

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Curing Child Poverty in the United States

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 76-80

THE ECONOMIC SUPPORT OF CHILD- RAISING' Curing Child Poverty in the United States Millions of American children,...

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Chinese Institutional Innovation and Privatization from Below

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 266-270

Chinese Institutional Innovation and Privatization from Below One of the most distinctive features of China's...

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Barter and Monetary Exchange Under Private Information

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 104-123

Barter and Monetary Exchange Under Private Information We decelop a model of production and exchange with uncertainty...

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The Effect of Taxes on Labor Supply in the Underground Economy

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 231-254

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A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the "Soft Budget Constraint"

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 145-156

A Theory of Shortage in Socialist Economies Based on the "Soft Budget Constraint" This paper attributes...

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The Formulation of Rational Choice

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 385-390

Consider the description of a "rational" person in traditional economic theory, or standard game theory. As...

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Poverty and Illness in Low-Income Rural Areas

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 216-220

One of the oldest and most studied ques- tions in development is whether the resource and environmental conditions...

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The On-and-Off Connection Between Political and Economic Progress

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 343-348

If a country's movement toward democ- racy is viewed as the essence of political progress and its advance toward a...

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The Dynamics of Poverty Spells: Updating Bane and Ellwood

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 34-37

PERSISTENCE IN POVERTY AND WELFARE' The Dynamics of Poverty Spells: Updating Bane and Ellwood Policymakers...

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The Welfare State and the Employment Problem

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 71-75

The Welfare State and the Employment Problem Social security, provision of public-sector services, job-security...

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Curing Child Poverty in the United States

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 76-80

THE ECONOMIC SUPPORT OF CHILD- RAISING' Curing Child Poverty in the United States Millions of American children,...

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Chinese Institutional Innovation and Privatization from Below

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 266-270

Chinese Institutional Innovation and Privatization from Below One of the most distinctive features of China's...

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