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99-11: The Impact of Voter Initiatives on Economic Activity
Stephen Blomberg and Gregory Hess
99-10: Can Political Variables Really Predict Exchange Rate Movements?
Stephen Blomberg and Andrew Mountford
99-09: The New International Financial Architecture: Do the Multilateral Financial Institutions Need Remodeling or Rebuilding?
Graham Bird and Joseph Joyce
99-8: Biotechnology Inventions: What Can We Learn From Patents
Daniel Johnson
99-07: Would Big Tobacco Have Been Better?: the Social Welfare Implications of Antitrust Action in the Presence of Negative Externalities
E. Gulbrandsen and Susan Skeath
99-06: Changing Policies, Changing Impacts: Employment and Earnings of Child Care Subsidy Recipients in the Era of Welfare Reform
M. Queralt, A.D. Witte and H. Griesinger
99-02: The Lessons of Asia: IMF Policies and Financial Crises
Joseph Joyce
98-05: Models of Remittances and Migration With or Without Cooperation
R. Chakrabarti
98-04: The Impact of Neighborhood Characteristics ou House Prices: What Geographic Area Constitutes a Neighborhodd?
Katherine Kiel and Jeffrey Zabel
98-03: Employment of Parents Receiving Subsidized Child Care in Dade County, Florida
T. Chipty, A.D. Witte and H.E. Griesinger
98-02: Effects of Information Provision in a Vertically Differentiated Market
T. Chipty and A.D. Witte
98-01: R&D Spillovers to Agriculture: Measurement and Application
R.E. Evenson and Daniel Johnson
97-07: A New Approach to Modeling Political Change
Stephen Blomberg
97-06: Economics and Politics: Introduction to the Literature and Basic Modeling of Political Macroeconomics
Stephen Blomberg
97-05: Real and Nominal Determinants of Real Exchange Rates in Latin America: Short-Run Dynamics and Long-Run Equilibrium
Joseph Joyce and L. Kamas
97-04: Factors Influencing the Neighborhood Supply of Childcare in Massachusetts
A.D. Witte and M. Queralt
97-03: Global Capitalism, Difference, and Women's Liberation: Towards a Liberated Economy
J. Matthaei and T. Amott
97-01: Lending Cycles
P.K. Asea and Stephen Blomberg
96-11: International taxation
Timothy Goodspeed and A-D White
96-09: A Theory of Rigid Estremist and Flexible Moderates with an Empirical Application to the U.S. Congress
Stephen Blomberg and Joseph Harrington
96-06: Estimating market Prices for Child Care: Sample Design Estimation and Accuracy
William Horrace, Peter Schmidt and A-D Witte
96-04: The Impact of Public Policies on Child/Staff/Ratios
M Queralt and D Witte
96-03: Roe V.Wade and American Fertility
Phillip Levine, Doug Staiger, T-J Kane and David Zimmerman
96-01: Demographic Data: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
C-S Bell
95-20: The Real Exchange Rate in Colombia: Short-Run Dynamics and Long-Run Equilibrium
Joseph Joyce and L Kamas
95-15: School Quality, Local Budgets, and Property Values: A Re-Examination of Capitalization
Katharine Bradbury, Karl Case and Christopher Mayer
95-14: The Exchange Rate Politics Puzzle
Stephen Blomberg and Gregory Hess
95-11: The Effects of Cigarette Smoking of Labor Market Outcomes
Phillip Levine, T Gustafson and Ann Velenchik
95-09: Government Intervention, Efficiency Wages, and the Employer-Size Wage Effects in Zimbabwe
Ann Velenchik
95-08: The Effect of Medicaid Abortion Funding Restrictions on Abortions, Pregnancies, Birth
Phillip Levine, A.B. Trainor and David Zimmerman
95-07: The Housing Cycle in Massachusetts Cities and Towns: The Boom, the Bust and the Recovery
Karl Case and Christopher Mayer
95-06: Trade in Waste Among Developed Countries, Evidence and Origins
Andrew Bernard and P.H. Chang
95-04: Marginal Costs in General Aculte Care Hospitals, A Comparison among Cali fornia, New York and Canada
K.K. Hansen and J. Swanziger
95-03: Registred and Practical Nurses in California: Competition Versus Oligopsony in the 1980s
K.K. Hansen
95-02: Testing for Monopsony in the U.S. Nursing Market
K.K. Hansen
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