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DateTitle Authors
2011 Is environmental quality worth the cost?Smith, V. Kerry
2010 NBER Reporter Online, Volume 2010
2010 The 2010 Martin Feldstein lectureFerguson, Roger W.
2010 Economic fluctuations and growthHall, Robert E.
2010 Empirical analysis of corruptionOlken, Benjamin A.
2010 A new paradigm in corporate finance: The role of managers and managerial biasesMalmendier, Ulrike
2010 The great society, food and nutrition programs, and family well beingHoynes, Hilary
2010 Collegiate attainment: Understanding degree completionBound, John / Turner, Sarah
2010 The Determinants of Individual Saving and Investment OutcomesMadrian, Brigitte C.
2010 Labor market flows, business dynamics, and unemploymentDavis, Steven J.
2010 Environmental and energy economicsFullerton, Don
2010 Trends in time use in Twentieth Century AmericaRamey, Valerie A.
2010 Improving the life chances of disadvantaged childrenLudwig, Jens
2010 International trade and organizationsAntrĂ s, Pol
2010 Asset pricingPiazzesi, Monika
2010 The credit rating crisisBenmelech, Efraim
2010 New dynamic public financeGolosov, Mikhail / Tsyvinski, Aleh
2010 Measuring returns to healthcareDoyle, Joseph
2010 The economic institutions of waterLibecap, Gary
2010 A decade of change for the US auto industry: The Internet, promotions, and rising gasoline pricesZettelmeyer, Florian
2010 Bubbles, liquidity, and the macroeconomyBrunnermeier, Markus K.
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