The Microeconomics of New Deal Policy
Price Fishback ()
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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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