Economics Working Papers

2017 Working Papers

"The Dynamics of Inequality in the Human Story: A Brief Sketch"
Jon D. Wisman
No. 2017-10
July 2017

"Why Has Labor Not Demanded Guaranteed Employment?
Jon D. Wisman, Michael Cauvel
No. 2017-09
July 2017

"How Do Countries Respond to Antidumping Filings? Dispute Settlement and Retaliatory Antidumping"
Robert M. Feinberg, Kara M. Reynolds
No. 2017-08
March 2017

"Le Monopole D'etat Sur Les Jeux D'argent: De L'art D'Extorquer Des Fonds Aux Plus Demunis"
Quentin Duroy, Jon D. Wisman
No. 2017-07
May 2017

"Politics, Not Economics, Ultimately Drives Inequality"
Jon D. Wisman
No. 2017-06
April 2017

"Guaranteed Employment and Universal Child Care For A New Social Contract"
Jon D. Wisman, Aaron Pacitti
No. 2017-05
March 2017

"Capital-Skill Complementarity and the Emergence of Labor Emancipation"
Boris Gershman, Quamrul H. Ashraf, Francesco Cinnirella, Oded Galor, Erik Hornung
No. 2017-04
March 2017

"Job Tasks, Time Allocation, and Wages"
Paul Sullivan, Ralph Stinebrickner, Todd Stinebrickner
No. 2017-03
March 2017

"How Did Forecasters Respond to the American Growth Slowdown Since the Mid-2000s?"
Gabriel Mathy, Daniel Kirwin
No. 2017-02
January 2017

"Revisiting the Effect of Crude oil Price Movements on US Stock Market Returns and Volatility"
Ralph Sonenshine, Michael Cauvel
No. 2017-01
January 2017

 

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