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Volume 18, issue 1, 2021

Adam Smith in Love pp. 127–155 Downloads
F. E. Guerra-Pujol
Knowledge and Humanity: The History of Economic Thought as a Refined Liberal Art pp. 156–163 Downloads
Kevin Quinn
What 21st-Century Works Will Merit a Close Reading in 2050?: Second Tranche of Responses pp. 164–191 Downloads
Mitchell Langbert, Andrés Marroquín, Steven Medema, Alberto Mingardi, Paul D. Mueller, Stephen R. Munzer, Evan W. Osborne, Justin T. Pickett, Rupert Read, Frank M. Scavelli, Hugh Rockoff, Kurt Schuler, Daniel Schwekendiek, Per Skedinger, E. Frank Stephenson, Scott Sumner, Cass R. Sunstein, Slaviša Tasić, Clifford F. Thies and Richard E. Wagner
Simpler Evidence on Immigration and Institutions: An Assessment pp. 21–34 Downloads
Jamie Bologna Pavlik, Estefania Lujan Padilla and Benjamin Powell
Alive and Kicking: Mortality of New Orleans Medicare Enrollees After Hurricane Katrina pp. 35–51 Downloads
Robert Kaestner
Immigration's Effect on Institutional Quality: The Place of Simpler Evidence pp. 3–20 Downloads
Garett Jones and Ryan Fraser
Reply to "Alive and Kicking: Mortality of New Orleans Medicare Enrollees After Hurricane Katrina" pp. 52–60 Downloads
Tatyana Deryugina and David Molitor
Critique of an Article on Machine Learning in the Detection of Accounting Fraud pp. 61–70 Downloads
Stephen Walker
A Response to "Critique of an Article on Machine Learning in the Detection of Accounting Fraud" pp. 71–78 Downloads
Yang Bao, Bin Ke, Bin Li, Y. Julia Yu and Jie Zhang
Colonial New Jersey's Paper Money: A Reply to Michener Again, and Again, and Again pp. 79–94 Downloads
Farley Grubb
Against Standard Deviation as a Quality Control Maxim in Anthropometry pp. 95–126 Downloads
Austin Sandler

Volume 17, issue 2, 2020

Comment on Sen, Karaca-Mandic, and Georgiou on Stay-at-Home Orders and COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Four States pp. 270–278 Downloads
John A. Spry
Reply to John Spry on Stay-at-Home Orders and COVID-19 Hospitalizations pp. 279–281 Downloads
Soumya Sen, Pinar Karaca-Mandic and Archelle Georgiou
The Moving to Opportunity Experiment: What Do Heterogeneous Estimates of the Effect of Moving Imply About Causes? pp. 282–298 Downloads
Robert Kaestner
Response to “The Moving to Opportunity Experiment: What Do Heterogeneous Estimates of the Effect of Moving Imply About Causes?†pp. 299–304 Downloads
Raj Chetty, Nathaniel Hendren and Lawrence Katz
Re-examination of the Theoretical and Historical Evidence Concerning Colonial New Jersey’s Paper Money, 1709–1775: A Further Comment on Grubb pp. 305–332 Downloads
Ronald W. Michener
Recalculating Gravity: A Correction of Bergstrand’s 1985 Frictionless Case pp. 333–337 Downloads
Nico Stoeckmann
Gender, Race and Ethnicity, and Inequality Research in the American Economic Review and the American Economic Association’s Conference Papers pp. 338–349 Downloads
Jeremy Horpedahl and Arnold Kling
Professional Scholarship from 1893 to 2020 on Adam Smith’s Views on School Funding: A Heterodox Examination pp. 350–391 Downloads
Scott Drylie
Republicans Need Not Apply: An Investigation of the American Economic Association Using Voter Registration and Political Contributions pp. 392–404 Downloads
Mitchell Langbert
Liberalism in Brazil pp. 405–441 Downloads
Lucas Berlanza
The Errors of Historicism in German Economics pp. 442–507 Downloads
Carl Menger
What 21st-Century Works Will Merit a Close Reading in 2050?: First Tranche of Responses pp. 508–522 Downloads
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Volume 17, issue 1, 2020

The Stewart Retractions: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis pp. 152–190 Downloads
Justin T. Pickett
Comment on Kaestner, "Revisiting the Bracero Guest Worker Reforms" pp. 18–27 Downloads
Michael A. Clemens, Ethan G. Lewis and Hannah M. Postel
Captive of One's Own Theory: Joan Robinson and Maoist China pp. 191–227 Downloads
Evan W. Osborne
Edward Leamer Deserves a Nobel Prize for Improving Argumentation That Uses Statistics pp. 228–241 Downloads
Arnold Kling
It Will Soon Be 1984… pp. 242–255 Downloads
Ingemar Ståhl
Bentham Versus Blackstone pp. 256–269 Downloads
Gertrude Himmelfarb
Brought Into the Open: How the U.S. Compares to Other Countries in the Rate of Public Mass Shooters pp. 28–39 Downloads
John R. Lott, Jr. and Carlisle E. Moody
The Importance of Analyzing Public Mass Shooters Separately from Other Attackers When Estimating the Prevalence of Their Behavior Worldwide pp. 40–55 Downloads
Adam Lankford
Revisiting the Bracero Guest Worker Reforms: A Comment on Clemens, Lewis, and Postel pp. 4–17 Downloads
Robert Kaestner
Do Film Incentive Programs Promote Economic Activity? A Comment on O'Brien and Lane pp. 56–65 Downloads
John Charles Bradbury
Reply to Bradbury: Effects of Economic Incentives in the American Film Industry pp. 66–70 Downloads
Nina F. O'Brien and Christianne J. Lane
Colonial New Jersey’s Paper Money, 1709–1775: Why Ronald Michener Insists on Using Uncorrected Data—A Reply pp. 71–89 Downloads
Farley Grubb
Science on FDA Liberalization: A Response to the Status Quo Process for Medical Treatments pp. 90–97 Downloads
Bartley J. Madden
Government-Cheerleading Bias in Money and Banking Textbooks pp. 98–151 Downloads
Nicholas A. Curott, Tyler Watts and Benjamin R. Thrasher

Volume 16, issue 2, 2019

Re-examination of the Empirical Evidence Concerning Colonial New Jersey's Paper Money, 1709–1775: A Comment on Farley Grubb pp. 180–217 Downloads
Ronald W. Michener
Fads and Trends in OECD Economic Thinking on Denmark: A Word-Frequency Approach pp. 218–238 Downloads
Thomas Barnebeck Andersen
Publications, Citations, Position, and Compensation of Economics Professors pp. 239–257 Downloads
Yifei Lyu and Alexis Akira Toda
The Liberal Tradition in South Africa, 1910–2019 pp. 258–341 Downloads
Martin van Staden
Lawrence Summers Deserves a Nobel Prize for Reviving the Theory of Secular Stagnation pp. 342–373 Downloads
Julius Probst
Adam Smith's Library: General Check-List and Index pp. 374–474 Downloads
Hiroshi Mizuta
Convention: A Philosophical Study—Introduction, Chapter I, and Chapter II pp. 475–566 Downloads
David K. Lewis

Volume 16, issue 1, 2019

Unforced Errors: Tennis Serve Data Tells Us Little About Loss Aversion pp. 114–123 Downloads
Michał Krawczyk
Tennis Serve Data May Elude Some as Serves Get Too Fast pp. 124–129 Downloads
Nejat Anbarci, Kerim Arin and Christina Zenker
Why Did Milton Friedman Win the Nobel Prize? A Consideration of His Early Work on Stabilization Policy pp. 130–145 Downloads
James Forder and Hugo Monnery
Edmund Burke as an Economist pp. 146–154 Downloads
Donal Barrington
Thoughts and Details on Scarcity pp. 155–179 Downloads
Edmund Burke
Are a Few Huge Outcomes Distorting Financial Misconduct Research? pp. 1–34 Downloads
Emre Kuvvet
A Response to "Are a Few Huge Outcomes Distorting Financial Misconduct Research?" pp. 35–36 Downloads
Andrew C. Call, Nathan Y. Sharp and Jaron H. Wilde
Is the United States an Outlier in Public Mass Shootings? A Comment on Adam Lankford pp. 37–68 Downloads
John R. Lott, Jr. and Carlisle E. Moody
Confirmation That the United States Has Six Times Its Global Share of Public Mass Shooters, Courtesy of Lott and Moody's Data pp. 69–83 Downloads
Adam Lankford
Do Right to Carry Laws Increase Violent Crime? A Comment on Donohue, Aneja, and Weber pp. 84–96 Downloads
Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell
RTC Laws Increase Violent Crime: Moody and Marvell Have Missed the Target pp. 97–113 Downloads
John Donohue, Abhay Aneja and Kyle D. Weber
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