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The Microeconomics of New Deal Policy

Price Fishback ()

in NBER Books from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

JEL-codes: N22 G28 G21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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Chapters in this book:

Cementing the Case for Collusion under the National Recovery Administration
Mark Chicu, Chris Vickers and Nicolas L. Ziebarth
Did the New Deal Expand U.S. Trade?
Douglas Irwin
Did the New Deal Solidify the 1932 Democratic Realignment?
Shawn Kantor, Price Fishback and John J. Wallis
Does "Skin in the Game" Reduce Risk Taking? Leverage, Liability, and the Long-run Consequences of the New Deal Banking Reforms
Kris James Mitchener and Gary Richardson
New Deal or No Deal in the Cotton South: The Effect of the AAA on the Agriculture Labor Structure
Briggs Depew, Price Fishback and Paul Rhode
New Deal Public Housing Projects and Their Impact on Local Communities
Trevor Kollmann
The Effect of Institutional Regime Change Within the New Deal on Industrial Output and Labor Markets
Jason E. Taylor and Todd C. Neumann
The Effects of Reconstruction Finance Corporation Assistance on Michigan's Banks' Survival in the 1930s
Charles Calomiris, Joseph R. Mason, Marc Weidenmier and Katherine Bobroff
The Effects of the Works Progress Administration's Anti-Malaria Programs in Georgia 1932–1947
Carl Kitchens
The New Deal and the Origins of the Modern American Real Estate Loan Contract
Jonathan Rose and Kenneth Snowden
Why Did the Electorate Swing Between Parties During the Great Depression?
Robert Fleck

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