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Journal of Economic Perspectives

1987 - 2019

Current editor(s): Enrico Moretti

From American Economic Association
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Volume 33, issue 3, 2019

Are Price-Cost Markups Rising in the United States? A Discussion of the Evidence pp. 3-22 Downloads
Susanto Basu
Macroeconomics and Market Power: Context, Implications, and Open Questions pp. 23-43 Downloads
Chad Syverson
Do Increasing Markups Matter? Lessons from Empirical Industrial Organization pp. 44-68 Downloads
Steven Berry, Martin Gaynor and Fiona Scott Morton
Protecting Competition in the American Economy: Merger Control, Tech Titans, Labor Markets pp. 69-93 Downloads
Carl Shapiro
The Problem of Bigness: From Standard Oil to Google pp. 94-117 Downloads
Naomi R. Lamoreaux
How Market Design Emerged from Game Theory: A Mutual Interview pp. 118-43 Downloads
Alvin Roth and Robert Wilson
A Bridge from Monty Hall to the Hot Hand: The Principle of Restricted Choice pp. 144-62 Downloads
Joshua B. Miller and Adam Sanjurjo
A Toolkit of Policies to Promote Innovation pp. 163-84 Downloads
Nicholas Bloom, John van Reenen and Heidi Williams
How Prevalent Is Downward Rigidity in Nominal Wages? International Evidence from Payroll Records and Pay Slips pp. 185-201 Downloads
Michael Elsby and Gary Solon
Should We Tax Sugar-Sweetened Beverages? An Overview of Theory and Evidence pp. 202-27 Downloads
Hunt Allcott, Benjamin B. Lockwood and Dmitry Taubinsky
Retrospectives: Lord Keynes and Mr. Say: A Proximity of Ideas pp. 228-42 Downloads
Alain Beraud and Guy Numa
Some Journal of Economic Perspectives Articles Recommended for Classroom Use pp. 243-48 Downloads
Timothy Taylor
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 249-56 Downloads
Timothy Taylor

Volume 33, issue 2, 2019

Automation and New Tasks: How Technology Displaces and Reinstates Labor pp. 3-30 Downloads
Daron Acemoglu and Pascual Restrepo
Artificial Intelligence: The Ambiguous Labor Market Impact of Automating Prediction pp. 31-50 Downloads
Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans and Avi Goldfarb
"Automation" of Manufacturing in the Late Nineteenth Century: The Hand and Machine Labor Study pp. 51-70 Downloads
Jeremy Atack, Robert Margo and Paul Rhode
The Rise of Robots in China pp. 71-88 Downloads
Hong Cheng, Ruixue Jia, Dandan Li and Hongbin Li
Ten Years after the Financial Crisis: What Have We Learned from the Renaissance in Fiscal Research? pp. 89-114 Downloads
Valerie Ramey
Rising Government Debt: Causes and Solutions for a Decades-Old Trend pp. 115-40 Downloads
Pierre Yared
Effects of Austerity: Expenditure- and Tax-Based Approaches pp. 141-62 Downloads
Alberto Alesina, Carlo Favero and Francesco Giavazzi
The Declining Labor Market Prospects of Less-Educated Men pp. 163-90 Downloads
Ariel J. Binder and John Bound
When Labor's Lost: Health, Family Life, Incarceration, and Education in a Time of Declining Economic Opportunity for Low-Skilled Men pp. 191-210 Downloads
Courtney Coile and Mark G. Duggan
The Tenuous Attachments of Working-Class Men pp. 211-28 Downloads
Kathryn Edin, Timothy Nelson, Andrew Cherlin and Robert Francis
Retrospectives: Ricardo on Machinery pp. 229-42 Downloads
Samuel Hollander
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 243-50 Downloads
Timothy Taylor

Volume 33, issue 1, 2019

Women in Economics: Stalled Progress pp. 3-22 Downloads
Shelly Lundberg and Jenna Stearns
Variation in Women's Success across PhD Programs in Economics pp. 23-42 Downloads
Leah Boustan and Andrew Langan
Fixing the Leaky Pipeline: Strategies for Making Economics Work for Women at Every Stage pp. 43-60 Downloads
Kasey Buckles
Financial Regulation: Still Unsettled a Decade after the Crisis pp. 61-80 Downloads
Daniel K. Tarullo
Prone to Fail: The Pre-crisis Financial System pp. 81-106 Downloads
Darrell Duffie
Would Macroprudential Regulation Have Prevented the Last Crisis? pp. 107-30 Downloads
David Aikman, Jonathan Bridges, Anil Kashyap and Caspar Siegert
The Value of US Government Data to US Business Decisions pp. 131-46 Downloads
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick and Julia Coronado
On the Controversies behind the Origins of the Federal Economic Statistics pp. 147-64 Downloads
Hugh Rockoff
Evolving Measurement for an Evolving Economy: Thoughts on 21st Century US Economic Statistics pp. 165-84 Downloads
Ron Jarmin
Environmental Justice: The Economics of Race, Place, and Pollution pp. 185-208 Downloads
Spencer Banzhaf, Lala Ma and Christopher Timmins
Economists (and Economics) in Tech Companies pp. 209-30 Downloads
Susan Athey and Michael Luca
Parag Pathak: Winner of the 2018 Clark Medal pp. 231-46 Downloads
Ariel Pakes and Joel Sobel
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 247-54 Downloads
Timothy Taylor

Volume 32, issue 4, 2018

An Economist's Guide to Climate Change Science pp. 3-32 Downloads
Solomon Hsiang and Robert E. Kopp
Quantifying Economic Damages from Climate Change pp. 33-52 Downloads
Maximilian Auffhammer
The Cost of Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions pp. 53-72 Downloads
Kenneth Gillingham and James H. Stock
Is This Tax Reform, or Just Confusion? pp. 73-96 Downloads
Joel Slemrod
Measuring the Effects of Corporate Tax Cuts pp. 97-120 Downloads
Alan Auerbach
Outside the Box: Unconventional Monetary Policy in the Great Recession and Beyond pp. 121-46 Downloads
Kenneth N. Kuttner
Unconventional Monetary Policies in the Euro Area, Japan, and the United Kingdom pp. 147-72 Downloads
Giovanni Dell'Ariccia, Pau Rabanal and Damiano Sandri
Ending Global Poverty: Why Money Isn't Enough pp. 173-200 Downloads
Lucy Page and Rohini Pande
Universal Basic Incomes versus Targeted Transfers: Anti-Poverty Programs in Developing Countries pp. 201-26 Downloads
Rema Hanna and Benjamin A. Olken
Retrospectives: On the Genius Behind David Ricardo's 1817 Formulation of Comparative Advantage pp. 227-40 Downloads
Daniel M. Bernhofen and John C. Brown
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 241-48 Downloads
Timothy Taylor

Volume 32, issue 3, 2018

What Happened: Financial Factors in the Great Recession pp. 3-30 Downloads
Mark Gertler and Simon Gilchrist
Finance and Business Cycles: The Credit-Driven Household Demand Channel pp. 31-58 Downloads
Atif Mian and Amir Sufi
Identification in Macroeconomics pp. 59-86 Downloads
Emi Nakamura and Jón Steinsson
The State of New Keynesian Economics: A Partial Assessment pp. 87-112 Downloads
Jordi Galí
On DSGE Models pp. 113-40 Downloads
Lawrence J. Christiano, Martin S. Eichenbaum and Mathias Trabandt
Evolution of Modern Business Cycle Models: Accounting for the Great Recession pp. 141-66 Downloads
Patrick Kehoe, Virgiliu Midrigan and Elena Pastorino
Microeconomic Heterogeneity and Macroeconomic Shocks pp. 167-94 Downloads
Greg Kaplan and Giovanni L. Violante
Compensation and Incentives in the Workplace pp. 195-214 Downloads
Edward P. Lazear
Nonmonetary Incentives and the Implications of Work as a Source of Meaning pp. 215-38 Downloads
Lea Cassar and Stephan Meier
The Changing (Dis-)utility of Work pp. 239-58 Downloads
Greg Kaplan and Sam Schulhofer-Wohl
Social Connectedness: Measurement, Determinants, and Effects pp. 259-80 Downloads
Michael Bailey, Rachel Cao, Theresa Kuchler, Johannes Stroebel and Arlene Wong
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 281-88 Downloads
Timothy Taylor

Volume 32, issue 2, 2018

The US Gains from Trade: Valuation Using the Demand for Foreign Factor Services pp. 3-24 Downloads
Arnaud Costinot and Andres Rodriguez-Clare
Alternative Sources of the Gains from International Trade: Variety, Creative Destruction, and Markups pp. 25-46 Downloads
Robert Feenstra
New Perspectives on the Decline of US Manufacturing Employment pp. 47-72 Downloads
Teresa C. Fort, Justin Pierce and Peter K. Schott
What Do Trade Agreements Really Do? pp. 73-90 Downloads
Dani Rodrik
Modeling Risk Aversion in Economics pp. 91-114 Downloads
Ted O'Donoghue and Jason Somerville
On the Relationship between Cognitive Ability and Risk Preference pp. 115-34 Downloads
Thomas Dohmen, Armin Falk, David Huffman and Uwe Sunde
Are Risk Preferences Stable? pp. 135-54 Downloads
Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch
Risk Preference: A View from Psychology pp. 155-72 Downloads
Rui Mata, Renato Frey, David Richter, Jürgen Schupp and Ralph Hertwig
Space, the Final Economic Frontier pp. 173-92 Downloads
Matthew Weinzierl
Dave Donaldson: Winner of the 2017 Clark Medal pp. 193-208 Downloads
Daron Acemoglu
Retrospectives: Adam Smith's Discovery of Trade Gravity pp. 209-22 Downloads
Bruce Elmslie
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 223-30 Downloads
Timothy Taylor

Volume 32, issue 1, 2018

The Economic Implications of Housing Supply pp. 3-30 Downloads
Edward Glaeser and Joseph Gyourko
Homeownership and the American Dream pp. 31-58 Downloads
Laurie S. Goodman and Christopher Mayer
Sand Castles before the Tide? Affordable Housing in Expensive Cities pp. 59-80 Downloads
Gabriel Metcalf
Friedman's Presidential Address in the Evolution of Macroeconomic Thought pp. 81-96 Downloads
N. Gregory Mankiw and Ricardo Reis
Should We Reject the Natural Rate Hypothesis? pp. 97-120 Downloads
Olivier Blanchard
Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of Milton Friedman's Presidential Address pp. 121-34 Downloads
Robert E. Hall and Thomas Sargent
Exchange-Traded Funds 101 for Economists pp. 135-54 Downloads
Martin Lettau and Ananth Madhavan
Frictions or Mental Gaps: What's Behind the Information We (Don't) Use and When Do We Care? pp. 155-78 Downloads
Benjamin Handel and Joshua Schwartzstein
Do Economists Swing for the Fences after Tenure? pp. 179-94 Downloads
Jonathan Brogaard, Joseph Engelberg and Edward Van Wesep
Retrospectives: Cost-Push and Demand-Pull Inflation: Milton Friedman and the "Cruel Dilemma" pp. 195-210 Downloads
Johannes Schwarzer
Recommendations for Further Reading pp. 211-18 Downloads
Timothy Taylor
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