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00-13: Getting the Best Deal: The Governance Benefits of Social Networks in Commercial Loans
Brian Uzzi
00-12: How Embedded Ties Transfer Benefits Through Networks: Banking Relationships and the Firm's Strategic Use of Trade Credit Financing
Brian Uzzi and James J. Gillespie
00-11: Commercialization of the Internet: The Interaction of Public Policy and Private Choices
Shane Greenstein
00-10: Framing Globalization: The Battle for Definitions of a Contested Issue
Peer C. Fiss and Paul M. Hirsch
00-9: The Paradox of Globalization: Turning the Tables on Labor and Capital in German Industrial Relations
Kathleen Thelen and Christa van Wijnbergen
00-8: Gender, Class, and Social Policy in the 21st Century
Susan Thistle
00-7: Farewell to Maternalism: Welfare Reform, Liberalism, and the End of Mothers' Right to Choose Between Employment and Full-time Care
Ann Shola Orloff
00-6: Experimental Tests of an Attitudinal Theory of the Gender Gap in Voting
Alice H. Eagly, Amanda Diekman, Monica Schneider and Patrick Kulesa
00-5: Invoking Public Opinion: Polls, Policy Debates, and the Future of Social Security
Fay Lomax Cook, Jason Barabas and Benjamin I. Page
00-4: Probabilistic Polling
Charles Manski
00-3: How Extended is the Extended African-American Family? The Case of Family Caregiving to Older African-Americans
Peggye Dilworth-Anderson, Sharon Wallace Williams, Paula Goodwin and Theresa Cooper
00-2: The Effect of Immigration on Native Self-Employment Downloads
Robert Fairlie and Bruce Meyer
00-1: Using Performance Standards to Evaluate Social Programs with Incomplete Outcome Data: General Issues and Application to a Higher Education Block Grant Program
Charles Manski, John Newman and John Pepper
99-14: The PSID and Me Downloads
Greg Duncan
99-13: Rules and Responsibility: What Kinds of Rule Systems Encourage Responsibility Rather than Accountability?
Carol A. Heimer
99-12: Business Associations and Economic Development
Richard F. Doner and Ben Ross Schneider
99-11: Sacred Claims and Environmental Struggle Downloads
Paul Friesema
99-10: Determinants of Donations in Private Nonprofit Markets
Cagla Okten and Burton A. Weisbrod
99-9: The Roles of Government and Nonprofit Suppliers in Mixed Industries Downloads
Kanika Kapur and Burton A. Weisbrod
99-8: Revival of the New Deal Coalition? Social Groups and Political Change in the 1990s
Jeff Manza and Clem Brooks
99-7: Deliberative Opinion Change and Consistency: Citizens in the 1994 Illinois Gubernatorial Election
Jason Barabas
99-6: Is Social Security Reform Ready for the American Public? Downloads
Benjamin I. Page
99-5: An Empirical Analysis of Same-Sex and Opposite-Sex Couples: Do "Likes" Still Like "Likes" in the '90s? Downloads
Lisa Jepsen and Christopher Jepsen
99-4: Is There Justice in Children's Rights? The Critique of Federal Family Preservation Policy Downloads
Dorothy E. Roberts
99-3: Distributed Leadership: Toward a Theory of School Leadership Practice
James P. Spillane, Richard Halverson and John B. Diamond
99-2: Considering the Major Arguments Against Random Assignment: An Analysis of the Intellectual Culture Surrounding Evaluation in American Schools of Education Downloads
Thomas D. Cook
99-1: Trends in Self-Employment Among White and Black Men: 1910 - 1990 Downloads
Robert Fairlie and Bruce Meyer
98-34: Layoffs and Litigation
Paul Oyer and Scott Schaefer
98-33: Environmental Movements Since Love Canal: Hope, Despair, and (Im)mobilization
Allan Schnaiberg
98-32: Why Not For-Profit? Conversions and Public Policy
John Goddeeris and Burton A. Weisbrod
98-31: Reassessing Public Opinion Stability
Jason Barabas
98-30: The New Politics of Social Security
Fay Lomax Cook
98-29: Understanding Family Change: Past, Present, and Future Effects of Family Events on Children
Rachel Dunifon
98-28: Tax Reform and Human Capital Accumulation: Evidence from an Empirical General Equilibrium Model of Skill Formation
Christopher Taber
98-27: Worker Perceptions of Job Insecurity in the Mid-1990s: Evidence from the Survey of Economic Expectations Downloads
Charles Manski and John D. Straub
98-26: So Much Reform, So Little Change; Building-Level Obstacles to Urban School Reform
Charles M. Payne
98-25: Comer's School Development Program in Prince George's County, Maryland: A Theory-Based Evaluation
Thomas D. Cook, Farah-naaz Habib, Meredith Phillips, Richard A. Settersten, Shobha C. Shagle and Serdar M. Degirmencioglu
98-24: Comer's School Development Program in Chicago: A Theory-Based Evaluation
Thomas D. Cook, H. David Hunt and Robert F. Murphy
98-23: How to Distinguish Among Migrants in a Migration Chain: Those Who are Links and Those Who Build links
Vilna Bashi
98-22: The Changing Nature of Women's Poverty: An Analysis of Two Cohorts of African-American and White Women
Susan Thistle
98-21: The Invisible Black Middle Class
Mary Pattillo-McCoy
98-20: Poverty in the Family: Siblings of the Black and White Middle Class
Mary Pattillo-McCoy and Colleen M. Heflin
98-19: The Ethics of Punishing Indigent Parents Downloads
Dorothy Roberts
98-18: Race and Gender in the Labor Market
Joseph Altonji and Rebecca Blank
98-17: Institutionalizing the Recycling Movement: The Structuring of Dialogue in the Solid Waste Field
Michael Lounsbury, Paul Hirsch and Marc Ventresca
98-16: The Human Mind as a Barrier to Wiser Environmental Agreements
Max H. Bazerman, Don A. Moore and James J. Gillespie
98-15: African-American and Latino Views of Local Chicago TV News Downloads
Cynthia C. Linton and Robert K. LeBailly
98-14: Academic Health Centers and the Provision of Collective Outputs: The Financing Dilemma
Burton A. Weisbrod
98-13: The Impact of Deregulation on America's Infrastructure Industries: A "Process Model" with Illustrations from Banking
Paul Hirsch, Steven Klinkerman and Michael Lounsbury
98-12: The Social Structure of World Trade Advantage: Structural Autonomy and Contingent Value, 1965-1980
Michael Alan Sacks, Brian Uzzi and Marc Ventresca
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