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DateTitle Authors
2010 Bubbles, liquidity, and the macroeconomyBrunnermeier, Markus K.
2009 NBER Reporter Online, Volume 2009
2009 Empirically evaluating economic policy in real timeTaylor, John B.
2009 Electricity pricing that reflects its real-time costBorenstein, Severin
2009 Home production, consumption, and labor supplyAguiar, Mark / Hurst, Erik
2009 Causes and consequences of early life healthCase, Anne / Paxson, Christina
2009 Insider econometrics: Modeling management practices and productivityShaw, Kathryn L.
2009 Re-evaluating learningDuflo, Esther
2009 The importance of financial literacyLusardi, Annamaria
2009 Organizations in the aggregate economyRossi-Hansberg, Esteban
2009 Health economicsGrossman, Michael
2009 The supply side of housing marketsGyourko, Joseph
2009 Search technologies and retail competitionEllison, Glenn
2009 Dynamic measures of inflationReis, Ricardo
2009 The global financial crisis: A selective review of recent research in the international finance and macroeconomics programFrankel, Jeffrey A.
2009 Measuring tariff evasion and smugglingFisman, Raymond
2009 Taxes and market work: A cross-country comparisonRogerson, Richard
2009 Teen and non-marital childbearingKearney, Melissa S.
2009 How labor institutions influence firms and labor marketsKleiner, Morris M.
2009 The effects of medicaid expansions and welfare reform on fertility and the health of women and childrenKaestner, Robert
2009 Corporate financeRajan, Raghuram G.
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