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DateTitle Authors
2015 How powerful are fiscal multipliers in recessions?Auerbach, Alan / Gorodnichenko, Yuriy
2015 Understanding the effects of early investments in childrenWhitmore Schanzenbach, Diane
2015 The economics of happinessHelliwell, John F.
2015 Political institutions and comparative developmentAcemoglu, Daron / Robinson, James A.
2015 International finance and macroeconomicsFrankel, Jeffrey A.
2015 Assessing the effects of monetary and fiscal policyNakamura, Emi / Steinsson, Jón
2015 Pricing and marketing household financial services in developing countriesKarlan, Dean / Zinman, Jonathan
2015 New perspectives on the first wave of globalizationMeissner, Chistopher M.
2015 Slower US growth in the long- and medium-runGordon, Robert J.
2015 Health economicsGrossman, Michael
2014 NBER Reporter, Volume 2014
2014 Real exchange rates and the Balassa-Samuelson effect revisitedDevereux, Michael B.
2014 Privatizing social security: Lessons from MexicoHastings, Justine
2014 Demographics, job polarization, and macroeconomic analysis of labor marketsJaimovich, Nir / Siu, Henry E.
2014 How oil-price shocks affect producers and consumersKellogg, Ryan
2014 Law and economicsJolls, Christine
2014 Education inputs and human capital productionKnittel, Christopher R.
2014 Education inputs and human capital productionJackson, C. Kirabo
2014 The impact of new deal spending and lending during the Great DepressionFishback, Price V.
2014 Risk and information in the municipal bond marketAng, Andrew
2014 Financial sector reform: How far are weFischer, Stanley
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