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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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Direct Democracy: Politico-Economic Lessons from Swiss Experience

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 338-342

THE ROLE OF DEMOCRACY IN SECURING JUST AND PROSPEROUS SOCIETIES Direct Democracy: Politico-Economic Lessons from Swiss...

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Population, Poverty, and Policies

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 261-265

Under the banner of "sustainable devel- opment," a new paradigm that links to- gether population, poverty,...

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Chinese Rural Poverty: Marginalized or Dispersed?

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 281-284

Chinese Rural Poverty: Marginalized or Dispersed? Imagine two models of rural poverty dis- tribution. One (which...

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The Political Economy of Insider-Trading Laws

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 164-168

Economists who believe insider-trading laws are in the public interest have sought to explain how restrictions improve...

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Litigation of Employment Discrimination Under Title VII: The Case of African-American Women

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994)

Over the course of her career in labor economics, Phyllis Wallace often focused on the status of blacks and women in...

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Productivity, R&D, and the Data Constraint

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 1-23

  Productivity, R&D, and the Data Constraintt Forty years ago economists discovered the "residual....

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The Phillips Curve, the Persistence of Inflation, and the Lucas Critique: Evidence from Exchange-Rate Regimes: Comment

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 312-315

The Phillips Curve, the Persisknce of Inflation, and the kucasCritique: Evidence from Exchange-Rate Regimes:: Comment...

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The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 319-324

The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment By BRADLEYJ. RUFFLEAND ORITTYKOCINSKI* Two previous surveys used to measure...

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Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 15-29

 Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies When a production process requires two extremely complementary...

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Auditing Standards, Legal Liability, and Auditor Wealth

Vol.101,
No.5,
(1993),
pp 887-914

Auditing Standards, Legal Liability, and Auditor Wealth Ronald A. Dye Northwestern University There has been an...

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Role Models and Arguments for Affirmative Action

Vol.90,
No.3,
(2000),
pp 640-648

Role Models and Arguments for Affirmative Action The value of women faculty role models at the college or university...

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Product Differentiation and Oligopoly in International Markets: The Case of the U.S. Automobile Industry

Vol.63,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 891-951

PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION AND OLIGOPOLY IN INTERNATIONAL MARKETS: THE CASE OF THE U.S. AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY This paper...

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The Restructuring and Privatisation of Britain's Cegb--Was It Worth It?

Vol.45,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 269-303

THE RESTRUCTURING AND PRIVATISATION OF  BRITAIN'S CEGB-WAS IT WORTH IT?*  We report a social cost-benefit...

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Education, Human Capital, and Growth: A Personal Perspective

Vol.15,
No.1,
(1997),
pp S330-S344

  Education, Human Capital, and Growth: A Personal ~ers~ective Zvi Griliches, Harvard ...

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The Effects of Double-Blind versus Single-Blind Reviewing: Experimental Evidence from The American Economic Review

Vol.81,
No.5,
(1991),
pp 1041-1067

The Effects of Double-Blind versus Single-Blind Reviewing: Experimental Evidence from The American Economic Review The...

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The Economic Effects of the Tax Reform Act of 1986

Vol.35,
No.2,
(1997),
pp 589-632

The Economic Effects of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 ALAN J. AUERBACH University of California, Berkeley and NBER and...

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Efficient Estimation of Models with Conditional Moment Restrictions Containing Unknown Functions

Vol.71,
No.6,
(2003),
pp 1795-1843

EFFICIENT ESTIMATION OF MODELS WITH CONDITIONAL MOMENT RESTRICTIONS CONTAINING UNKNOWN FUNCTIONS BY CHUNRONG CHEN'...

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The Political Economy of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938

Vol.103,
No.6,
(1995),
pp 1302-1342

Andrew J. SeltzerUniversity of Melboum This paper examines the congressional passage of the American minimum wage law,...

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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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Do Women Still Spend Most of Their Lives Married?

by Alicia Munnell, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher, Sara Ellen King,
Vol.17-14,
(2017)

People are often interested in studying the saving behavior of women. But one could argue that women have traditionally...

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Social Security’s Financial Outlook: The 2017 Update in Perspective

Vol.17-13,
(2017)

The 2017 Trustees Report repeats the drumbeat that the Social Security program faces a deficit over the next 75 years...

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A First Look at Alternative Investments and Public Pensions

Since the financial crisis, public pension plans – like other large institutional investors – have moved a...

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What Are the Costs and Benefits of Social Security Investing in Equities?

Policymakers have long known that the retirement of the baby boom generation would produce significant deficits for the...

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Who Contributes to Individual Retirement Accounts?

Vol.17-8,
(2017)

Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) now hold nearly half of total private retirement assets. Although almost all of...

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How Has the Shift to 401(k) Plans Affected Retirement Income?

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Anthony Webb, Yinji Li,
Vol.17-5,
(2017)

Employer-sponsored retirement plans have shifted dramatically in recent decades from defined benefit (DB) to defined...

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Do Households Have a Good Sense of Their Retirement Preparedness?

by Alicia Munnell, Wenliang Hou, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.17-4,
(2017)

The National Retirement Risk Index (NRRI) measures the percentage of working-age households who are at risk of being...

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Neuroeconomia e suas interfaces com a Psiquiatria - Saúde mental: Personalidade Consumista uma Patologia Emocional? Prazer ou Necessidade?

Vol.21,
(2016),
pp 616-3

Este trabalho apresenta um campo pioneiro no Brasil conhecida como neuroeconomia. Integrando-se de técnicas...

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State Auto-IRA Programs: The Keys to Financial Self-Sufficiency

by Alicia Munnell, Anek Belbase, Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher,
Vol.16-19,
(2016)

Very few workers save for retirement unless their employer offers them a retirement plan, typically a 401(k). But only...

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New Developments in Social Investing by Public Pensions

by Alicia Munnell, Anqi Chen,
Vol.53,
(2016)

Social investing is the pursuit of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals through investment decisions....

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Direct Democracy: Politico-Economic Lessons from Swiss Experience

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 338-342

THE ROLE OF DEMOCRACY IN SECURING JUST AND PROSPEROUS SOCIETIES Direct Democracy: Politico-Economic Lessons from Swiss...

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Population, Poverty, and Policies

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 261-265

Under the banner of "sustainable devel- opment," a new paradigm that links to- gether population, poverty,...

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Chinese Rural Poverty: Marginalized or Dispersed?

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 281-284

Chinese Rural Poverty: Marginalized or Dispersed? Imagine two models of rural poverty dis- tribution. One (which...

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The Political Economy of Insider-Trading Laws

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 164-168

Economists who believe insider-trading laws are in the public interest have sought to explain how restrictions improve...

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Litigation of Employment Discrimination Under Title VII: The Case of African-American Women

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994)

Over the course of her career in labor economics, Phyllis Wallace often focused on the status of blacks and women in...

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Productivity, R&D, and the Data Constraint

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 1-23

  Productivity, R&D, and the Data Constraintt Forty years ago economists discovered the "residual....

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The Phillips Curve, the Persistence of Inflation, and the Lucas Critique: Evidence from Exchange-Rate Regimes: Comment

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 312-315

The Phillips Curve, the Persisknce of Inflation, and the kucasCritique: Evidence from Exchange-Rate Regimes:: Comment...

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The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 319-324

The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment By BRADLEYJ. RUFFLEAND ORITTYKOCINSKI* Two previous surveys used to measure...

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Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 15-29

 Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies When a production process requires two extremely complementary...

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Population, Food, and Knowledge

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 1-14

Population, Food, and KnowledgePeople today have more adequate nutrition than ever before and acquire that nutrition at...

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Direct Democracy: Politico-Economic Lessons from Swiss Experience

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 338-342

THE ROLE OF DEMOCRACY IN SECURING JUST AND PROSPEROUS SOCIETIES Direct Democracy: Politico-Economic Lessons from Swiss...

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Population, Poverty, and Policies

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 261-265

Under the banner of "sustainable devel- opment," a new paradigm that links to- gether population, poverty,...

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Chinese Rural Poverty: Marginalized or Dispersed?

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 281-284

Chinese Rural Poverty: Marginalized or Dispersed? Imagine two models of rural poverty dis- tribution. One (which...

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The Political Economy of Insider-Trading Laws

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994),
pp 164-168

Economists who believe insider-trading laws are in the public interest have sought to explain how restrictions improve...

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Litigation of Employment Discrimination Under Title VII: The Case of African-American Women

Vol.84,
No.2,
(1994)

Over the course of her career in labor economics, Phyllis Wallace often focused on the status of blacks and women in...

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Productivity, R&D, and the Data Constraint

Vol.84,
No.1,
(1994),
pp 1-23

  Productivity, R&D, and the Data Constraintt Forty years ago economists discovered the "residual....

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The Phillips Curve, the Persistence of Inflation, and the Lucas Critique: Evidence from Exchange-Rate Regimes: Comment

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 312-315

The Phillips Curve, the Persisknce of Inflation, and the kucasCritique: Evidence from Exchange-Rate Regimes:: Comment...

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The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 319-324

The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Comment By BRADLEYJ. RUFFLEAND ORITTYKOCINSKI* Two previous surveys used to measure...

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Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 15-29

 Optimal Adoption of Complementary Technologies When a production process requires two extremely complementary...

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Population, Food, and Knowledge

Vol.90,
No.1,
(2000),
pp 1-14

Population, Food, and KnowledgePeople today have more adequate nutrition than ever before and acquire that nutrition at...

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