The Economists' Voice
2004 - 2017
Current editor(s): Michael Cragg, Dwight Jaffee and Joseph Stiglitz
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Volume 14, issue 1, 2017
- The Economists’ Voice: Special Issue on Nutrition and Poverty Introduction pp. 2
- Cragg Mike and Joseph Stiglitz
- Poverty and Obesity as Political Indicators pp. 3
- Drewnowski Adam
- Food Insecurity and Health Outcomes pp. 5
- Gundersen Craig and Seligman Hilary K.
- Linking SNAP to Food Security: Exploring Reinstating a Purchase Requirement and Tying Benefits to the Low-Cost Food Plan pp. 5
- Daponte Beth Osborne
- Caloric Sweetened Beverage Taxes: A Toothless Solution? pp. 6
- Cohen Evan, deFonseka Jehan and McGowan Richard
- Ensuring Access to Fruits and Vegetables for the Nation’s Most Vulnerable – Contributions of WIC and SNAP pp. 8
- Herman Dena R.
Volume 13, issue 1, 2016
- Overlooked Opportunity: Trade in Services pp. 1-7
- J. Jensen
- Elections and the Economy: What to do about Recessions? pp. 9-25
- Ghayad Rand, Cragg Michael and Frank Pinter
- Are Biopharmaceutical Budget Caps Good Public Policy? pp. 27-42
- Dana Goldman, Darius Lakdawalla, Baumgardner James R. and Linthicum Mark T.
Volume 12, issue 1, 2015
- Growing Apart: The Evolution of Income vs. Wealth Inequality pp. 1-12
- Cragg Michael and Ghayad Rand
- The Political Economy of Net Neutrality Regulation pp. 13-18
- Weisman Dennis L.
- Hurry or Wait – The Pros and Cons of Going Fast or Slow on Climate Change pp. 19-24
- Eleanor Denny and Weiss Jurgen
- Climate Change Adaptation Will Offer a Sharp Test of the Claims of Behavioral Economics pp. 25-30
- Matthew Kahn
- A Proposed Framework to Reduce Asymmetric Information in Equity Offerings pp. 31-36
- Gavious Ilanit
Volume 11, issue 1, 2014
- Comment on DeLong: Economics in Crisis pp. 2
- Strawser Cornelia
- The Partners HealthCare Settlement and the Future of Health Care Organizations pp. 3
- Richman Barak D. and Schulman Kevin A.
- The Power of Awards pp. 5
- Bruno Frey and Gallus Jana
- Quarterly Fiscal Policy pp. 6
- David Kendrick and Hans Amman
- The Future of US Health Care: Is Medicare Really Better at “Saving” Money? pp. 7
- Edlin Aaron, Dana Goldman and Adam Leive
Volume 10, issue 1, 2013
- Why Invest In Art? pp. 1-6
- Bruno Frey and Cueni Reto
- Too Many Banks to Fail? Theory and Evidence pp. 7-13
- Boyd John and Baxamusa Mufaddal
- Spectrum Policy: Some Thoughts on Where Economists Agree, Disagree, and Why pp. 21-28
- Hahn Robert and Passell Peter
- Spectrum Policy and the Evolution of the Wireless Internet: Some Thoughts on Where Economists Agree and Disagree pp. 29-37
- Hahn Robert and Passell Peter
- Want More Value from Prescription Drugs? We Need to Let Prices Rise and Fall pp. 39-43
- Dana Goldman, Adam Leive and Darius Lakdawalla
- How (Not) to Lie with Benefit-Cost Analysis pp. 45-50
- Robert Farrow
Volume 9, issue 3, 2012
- Is This Time Different? Capture and Anti-Capture of US Politics pp. 1-7
- Daron Acemoglu and James Robinson
- Occupy Wall Street and the Political Economy of Inequality pp. 1-7
- Arindrajit Dube and Ethan Kaplan
- Introduction: Economics and Occupy Wall Street pp. 1-3
- Naidu Suresh
- The Economics of Occupation pp. 1-3
- Safri Maliha
- Occupy Economics pp. 1-6
- Beggs Mike
Volume 9, issue 2, 2012
- The Broken Health Care System: The Real Long-Term Deficit Problem pp. 1-6
- Baker Dean
- Stimulating the Economy in an Era of Debt and Deficit pp. 1-6
- Joseph Stiglitz
- Fiscal Policy for Economic Growth pp. 1-13
- Boskin Michael J.
- The US Fiscal Situation: Causes and Remedies pp. 1-7
- Lazear Edward P.
- Debt and Democracy pp. 1-11
- Kane Tim
Volume 9, issue 1, 2012
- The Bottle and The Border: What Can America's Failed Experiment With Alcohol Prohibition in The 1920s Teach us About The Likely Effects of Anti-Immigration Legislation Today? pp. 1-4
- Caves Kevin
- Comment on Leamer: Do Nominal Shocks Still Matter? pp. 1-4
- Scott Sumner
- Securitizing Environmental Risk and the Keystone XL Pipeline pp. 1-4
- V. Smith
- Eiminating Racial Preferences in College Admissions pp. 1-3
- Weisman Dennis L. and Robinson Glen O.
- Curbing the Dangers of High-Frequency Trading pp. 1-3
- Clements Matthew T.
- The Cost of Job Loss in the Great Recession: How Bad Has it Been? pp. 1-5
- Farber Henry S.
- Is Xfinity TV Anticompetitive? Let the Courts, not Regulators, Decide pp. 1-5
- Wallsten Scott J.
- A Practical Anti-bubble Prescription pp. 1-5
- Andrade Sandro C., Bian Jiangze and Burch Timothy R.
- How to Fix the Inefficiency of Global Cap and Trade pp. 1-5
- Peter Cramton and Stoft Steven
- Comparing OECD and IMF Approaches to Economic Surveillance pp. 1-5
- Edwards Martin S.
- Grass is Always Greener When It's Legal: Policies for State Regulated Marijuana pp. 1-6
- Cohen Evan and McGowan Richard
- It's Time to Unify Telecommunications Policy pp. 1-6
- Macher Jeffrey T. and John Mayo
Volume 8, issue 3, 2011
- Comment on DeLong: Why is Economics in Crisis? pp. 1-2
- Lonnie Stevans
- What's an $800 Billion Stimulus Worth? pp. 1-3
- Burton Abrams
- Why Systemic Risk Considerations Affect the Market for Long-Term Care Insurance pp. 1-5
- Lumsdaine Robin L.
Volume 8, issue 2, 2011
- Should the Government Invest, or Try to Spur Private Investment? pp. 1-6
- Cragg Michael and Joseph Stiglitz
- The Net Fiscal Expenditure Stimulus in the US, 2008-9: Less than What You Might Think, and Less than the Fiscal Stimuli of Most OECD Countries pp. 1-6
- Joshua Aizenman and Gurnain Pasricha
- Economics in Crisis pp. 1-2
- DeLong J. Bradford
- The IMF's Switch in Time pp. 1-2
- Joseph Stiglitz
- Comment on Cragg and Stiglitz: Invest in Intangible Assets pp. 1-2
- Jarboe Kenan Patrick
- Comment on Hoerger: Early Pilots of Medicare Auctions Bring No Solace to Auction Experts pp. 1-4
- Peter Cramton and Katzman Brett E.
- Comment on Cramton and Katzman: Medicare Competitive Bidding Lowered Expenditures pp. 1-3
- Hoerger Thomas J
Volume 8, issue 1, 2011
- Comment on DeLong: The Pain Has a Purpose, Namely, Higher Profits pp. 1-1
- Bergmann Barbara R.
- Comment on Pauly: The Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act--Comparisons with the Home Mortgage Deduction pp. 1-2
- Song Edward
- Pain without Purpose pp. 1-2
- DeLong J. Bradford
- Comment on Kamstra: Reasons for Developing Countries to Be Thrilled about Trills pp. 1-2
- Hammad Siddiqi
- Comment on Song: Mortgage Interest Deduction pp. 1-2
- Gordon Richard K
- Tracking the Sputnik Economy pp. 1-4
- Edward Barbier
- Deflation Dread Disorder "The CPI is Falling!" pp. 1-5
- Edward Leamer
- Why Official Bailouts Tend Not To Work: An Example Motivated by Greece 2010 pp. 1-5
- Chamley Christophe P and Pinto Brian
- The Path to Universal Broadband: Why We Should Grant Low-Income Subsidies and Use Experiments and Auctions to Determine the Specifics pp. 1-5
- Rosston Gregory L. and Wallsten Scott J.