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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

Volume 15, issue 3, 2018

And the IMF Said, Let There Be Data, and There Was Data: Private Capital Stocks in the Eastern Bloc pp. 290–300 Downloads
Ryan Murphy and Colin O'Reilly
Hayek’s Divorce and Move to Chicago pp. 301–321 Downloads
Lanny Ebenstein
Icelandic Liberalism and Its Critics: A Rejoinder to Stefan Olafsson pp. 322–350 Downloads
Hannes H. Gissurarson
Adam Smith and His Russian Admirers of the Eighteenth Century pp. 351–364 Downloads
Michael P. Alekseev
Eugene F. Fama [Ideological Profiles of the Economics Laureates] pp. 365–375 Downloads
Daniel B. Klein
Lars Peter Hansen [Ideological Profiles of the Economics Laureates] pp. 376–381 Downloads
Daniel B. Klein
Information for the Hair Dressers in Edinburgh; Against the Incorporation of Barbers—The Second Edition pp. 382–396 Downloads
Hew Dalrymple (pseud.?)

Volume 15, issue 2, 2018

Are Graphic Warning Labels Stopping Millions of Smokers? A Comment on Huang, Chaloupka, and Fong pp. 129–157 Downloads
Trinidad Beleche, Nellie Lew, Rosemarie L. Summers and J. Laron Kirby
Reconsidering Colonial Maryland's Bills of Credit 1767–1775 pp. 158–167 Downloads
Ronald W. Michener
Colonial Maryland's Post-1764 Paper Money: A Reply to Ron Michener pp. 168–178 Downloads
Farley Grubb
Economic Liberalism in Peru pp. 179–200 Downloads
Patricia Saenz-Armstrong
Dissing The Theory of Moral Sentiments: Twenty-Six Critics, from 1765 to 1949 pp. 201–254 Downloads
Daniel B. Klein
The Educational Benefits of Obscurity: Pedagogical Esotericism pp. 255–289 Downloads
Arthur M. Melzer

Volume 15, issue 1, 2018

Liberalism in Ecuador pp. 105–128 Downloads
Pedro Romero, Fergus Hodgson and María Paz Gómez
The Progressive Legacy Rolls On: A Critique of Steinbaum and Weisberger on Illiberal Reformers pp. 20–34 Downloads
Phillip W. Magness
Will the Real Specification Please Stand Up? A Comment on Andrew Bird and Stephen Karolyi pp. 35–48 Downloads
Alex Young
Response to Alex Young pp. 49–50 Downloads
Andrew Bird and Stephen A. Karolyi
Professional Ethics 101: A Reply to Anne Krueger's Review of The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics pp. 4–19 Downloads
George F. DeMartino and Deirdre N. McCloskey
The Impact of Right-to-Carry Laws: A Critique of the 2014 Version of Aneja, Donohue, and Zhang pp. 51–66 Downloads
Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell
More Gun Carrying, More Violent Crime pp. 67–82 Downloads
John Donohue
Liberalism in Ukraine pp. 83–104 Downloads
Mykola Bunyk and Leonid Krasnozhon

Volume 14, issue 3, 2017

Shy of the Character Limit: "Twitter Mood Predicts the Stock Market" Revisited pp. 302–345 Downloads
Michael Lachanski and Steven Pav
Who Knows What Willingness to Pay Lurks in the Hearts of Men? A Rejoinder to Egan, Corrigan, and Dwyer pp. 346–361 Downloads
John Whitehead
Anti-Liberal Narratives About Iceland, 1991–2017 pp. 362–398 Downloads
Hannes H. Gissurarson
From Political Advocacy to 'Alternative Facts': A Comment on Hannes Gissurarson's Method pp. 399–429 Downloads
Stefán Ólafsson
Lectures on Domestic Policy pp. 430–473 Downloads
Adam Smith
An Economic Dream pp. 488–491 Downloads
Erik Gustaf Geijer

Volume 14, issue 2, 2017

The Chang-Kim-Park Model of Cointegrated Density-Valued Time Series Cannot Accommodate a Stochastic Trend pp. 133–137 Downloads
Brendan Beare
The War on Cash: A Review of Kenneth Rogoff's The Curse of Cash pp. 138–163 Downloads
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
Response to Jeffrey Rogers Hummel's Review of The Curse of Cash pp. 164–173 Downloads
Kenneth Rogoff
Responding to Oberholzer-Gee and Strumpf's Attempted Defense of Their Piracy Paper pp. 174–195 Downloads
Stan Liebowitz
Economics Doctoral Programs Still Elide Entrepreneurship pp. 196–217 Downloads
Dan Johansson and Arvid Malm
Classical Liberalism in China: Some History and Prospects pp. 218–240 Downloads
Xingyuan Feng, Weisen Li and Evan W. Osborne
Liberalism in Iceland in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries pp. 241–273 Downloads
Hannes H. Gissurarson
My Most Regretted Statements: A Symposium Prologue pp. 274–276 Downloads
Daniel B. Klein
My Most Regretted Statements: Canada as a Welfare State pp. 276–280 Downloads
Monique Bégin
Fewer Than Sinatra: Three Quasi-Regrets pp. 280–283 Downloads
Michael J. Boskin
My Biggest Regret pp. 283–286 Downloads
Tyler Cowen
My Most Regretted Statements pp. 286–288 Downloads
Jon Elster
My Methodological Flip-Flop on Individual Liberty pp. 288–293 Downloads
Richard A. Epstein
An Economist's Most Regrettable Statement pp. 293–294 Downloads
Sam Peltzman
The Statements I Most Regret pp. 295–298 Downloads
Cass R. Sunstein

Volume 14, issue 1, 2017

Propagandistic Research and the U.S. Department of Energy: Energy Efficiency in Ordinary Life and Renewables in Electricity Production pp. 103–120 Downloads
Daniel Sutter
Slip and Drift in Labor Statistics Since 2007 pp. 121–132 Downloads
Clifford F. Thies
Classical Liberalism in Italian Economic Thought, from the Time of Unification pp. 22–54 Downloads
Alberto Mingardi
Examination of Dr Smith's System pp. 2–21 Downloads
Thomas Brown
Faculty Voter Registration: Rectifying the Omission of Two Florida Universities pp. 55–60 Downloads
Mitchell Langbert, Anthony J. Quain and Daniel B. Klein
Econ 101 Morality: The Amiable, the Mundane, and the Market pp. 61–76 Downloads
J. R. Clark and Dwight R. Lee
"Stop This Greed": The Tax-Avoidance Political Campaign in the OECD and Australia pp. 77–102 Downloads
Chris Berg and Sinclair Davidson
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