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Journal Articles

2004

  1. Bank consolidation. Regulators always have the power to pull the plug
    The Regional Economist, 2004, (Jan.), 10-11 Downloads

2003

  1. Banking antitrust: are the assumptions still valid?
    Review, 2003, (Nov), 29-52 Downloads View citations (20)

2001

  1. Bricks and mortar, wood and shingles: are real estate markets still booming in the eight district?
    The Regional Economist, 2001, (Jan), 12-13 Downloads
  2. Should cities pay for sports facilities?
    The Regional Economist, 2001, (Apr), 4-9 Downloads View citations (1)
  3. The changing face of the Eighth District
    The Regional Economist, 2001, (Jul), 12-13 Downloads

2000

  1. A new universe in banking after financial modernization
    The Regional Economist, 2000, (apr), 4-9 Downloads
  2. Overblown productivity?
    National Economic Trends, 2000, (Jun) Downloads
  3. The American economy: producing more with less?
    The Regional Economist, 2000, (Jul), 10-11 Downloads
  4. The district economy: still the front runner or just part of the pack?
    The Regional Economist, 2000, (Oct), 12-13 Downloads
  5. Working in the golden years and paying for it: the retirement earnings test
    The Regional Economist, 2000, (Jan), 10-11 Downloads

1999

  1. Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble: asset prices and market speculation
    The Regional Economist, 1999, (Apr), 4-9 Downloads
  2. Cartels: breaking up ain't hard to do
    The Regional Economist, 1999, (Jul), 10-11 Downloads
  3. Revamping Medicaid: a five-year check-up on Tennessee's experiment
    The Regional Economist, 1999, (Oct) Downloads
  4. The national and district economies: are they marching in step?
    The Regional Economist, 1999, (Jan), 12-13 Downloads

1998

  1. Going once, going twice, sold: auctions and the success of economic theory
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Jan), 10-11 Downloads
  2. Have computers made us more productive? A puzzle
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Oct), 10-11 Downloads
  3. Multiple jobs, multiple counting
    National Economic Trends, 1998, (Sep) Downloads
  4. Will the EMU go the way of the dodo? Yes, this EMU will fly, but will it stay aloft?
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Jul), 4-9 Downloads
  5. With tailwinds blowing, the district economy sails on
    The Regional Economist, 1998, (Apr), 12-13 Downloads

1997

  1. A burden to America? immigration and the economy
    The Regional Economist, 1997, (Oct), 5-9 Downloads
  2. Dispelling myths about immigrants
    National Economic Trends, 1997, (Oct) Downloads
  3. Permits, contracts, closings: real estate in the Eighth District
    The Regional Economist, 1997, (Jul), 12-13 Downloads
  4. Rush-hour horrors: how economics tackles congestion
    The Regional Economist, 1997, (Apr), 10-11 Downloads
  5. The overlooked 40 percent: the rural Eighth District
    The Regional Economist, 1997, (Jan), 4-9 Downloads

1996

  1. District jobs: have they been gearing up?
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Oct), 12-13 Downloads
  2. Exports in the Eighth District - an update
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Jan), 12-13 Downloads
  3. Learning the lessons of history: the Federal Reserve and the payments system
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Jul), 10-11 Downloads
  4. Will that be cash, check, charge or smart card?
    The Regional Economist, 1996, (Apr), 4-9 Downloads

1995

  1. An introduction to the theory and estimation of a job-search model
    Review, 1995, (Jan), 53-65 Downloads
  2. Are economic flexibility and social welfare programs incompatible?
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Jan), 10-11 Downloads
  3. How statistics can mislead
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Oct), 10-11 Downloads
  4. I want my MTV... and my CNN... and my ESPN... and my TBS and...: the cable industry and regulation
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Jul), 5-9 Downloads
  5. Revamping Medicaid: one state's attempt at reform
    The Regional Economist, 1995, (Apr), 12-13 Downloads

1994

  1. Are minimum wages intrusive?
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Apr), 10-11 Downloads
  2. Are states giving away the store?
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Jan), 5-9 Downloads
  3. Letting the good times roll on riverboat casinos
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Jul), 12-13 Downloads
  4. Riding the rails: a look at light rail transit
    The Regional Economist, 1994, (Oct), 4-9 Downloads

1993

  1. A gift horse for the states: federal mandates
    The Regional Economist, 1993, (Apr), 5-9 Downloads
  2. After the 500-year flood: an early look at the return to normalcy
    The Regional Economist, 1993, (Oct), 12-13 Downloads
  3. The foreign demand for District products
    The Regional Economist, 1993, (Jan), 12-13 Downloads
 
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