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►2014-01 (January) Taking the risk out of systemic risk management, I
►2013-08 (December) Macroprudential policies and the growth of bank credit
►2013-07 (October) Incentive compensation for risk managers when effort is unobservable
►2013-06 (October) In name only: Are free trade zones assisting capitalism or criminals and crony capitalists?
►2013-05 (September) Uncertainty and the geography of the Great Recession
►2013-04 (August) Cost and benefit of regulatory oversight
►2013-03 (August) Escaping Domestic Violence: Empowering Women through Employment, Earnings and Wealth in India?
►2013-02 (March) Is the Information Technology Revolution Over?
►2013-01 (March) Do volatile firms pay volatile earnings? Evidence using linked worker-firm data
►2012-06 (December) Time-to-Plan Lags for Commercial Construction Projects
►2012-05 (December) Do Political Protests Matter? Evidence from the Tea Party Movement
►2012-04 (October) A Simple Measure of the Distributional Burden of Debt Accumulation
►2012-03 (July) Swings in Commercial and Residential Land Prices in the United States
►2012-02 (May) The Impact of Act 10 on Public Sector Compensation in Wisconsin
►2012-01 (February) Combating Dangerous Medicines – Differences in Quality of Medicines Sold by Small Pharmacies and Large Chain Pharmacies
►2011-04 (June) The United States and China: Macroeconomic Imbalances and Economic Diplomacy
►2011-03 (May) Beyond Bankruptcy: Does the Bankruptcy Code Provide a Fresh Start To Entrepreneurs
►2011-02 (March) Comparing Federal and Private Sector Compensation
►2011-01 (February) The Impact of Improved Detection Technology on Drug Quality: A Case Study of Lagos, Nigeria
►2010-04 (December) A Roadmap for Deficit Reduction in the United States Based on Historial Consolidations That Worked
►2010-03 (June) Distributional Impacts in a Comprehensive Climate Policy Package
►2010-02 (May) The Effect of Labor Market Regulations on Educational Attainment
►2010-01 (March) Hedging Against Peak Oil Shocks
►2008-05 (December) The Consumer Burden of a Cap-and-Trade System with Freely Allocated Permits
►2008-04 (July) Policies to Improve the Resiliency of Long-Term Social Security Financing
►2008-03 (March) Economic Integration and Incipient Democracy
►2008-02 (January) The Incidence of a US Carbon Tax: A Lifetime and Regional Analysis
►2008-01 (January) An Examination of State Non-Group and Small-Group Health Insurance Regulations
►2007-06 (October) The Dormant Commerce Clause and the Balkanization of the Municipal Bond Market (with technical appendix)
►2007-05 (August) Predicting Tax Reform
►2007-04 (July) Revenue-Maximizing Corporate Income Taxes: The Laffer Curve in OECD Countries
►2007-03 (June) The Taxation of Corporate Gains on Sales of Depreciable Property
►2007-02 (May) Foreign Direct Investment, Corruption, and Democracy
►2007-01 (January) An Empirical Analysis of Middle Class Welfare
►2006-09 (November) WHO's Comprehensive HIV Treatment Failure
►2006-08 (October) The Little Bank That Could: Poor Countries Need Relief from the World Bank's 'Help' on Malaria
►2006-07 (September) The Welfare Effects of Pay-as-You-Go Retirement Programs: The Role of Tax and Benefit Timing
►2006-06 (August) Tariffs, Corruption, and Other Impediments to Medicinal Access in Developing Countries
►2006-05 (July) Competition and Shareholder Fees in the Mutual Fund Industry
►2006-04 (July) Taxes and Wages
►2006-03 (June) Is There a Right Way to Promote Health Insurance Through the Tax System?
►2006-02 (April) Why the Small Business Administration's Loan Programs Should Be Abolished
►2006-01 (February) Will Competition Return to Medicare?
►2005-18 (December) The Vioxx Litigation: Part II
►2005-17 (December) Are Small Businesses the Engine of Growth?
►2005-16 (December) The Politics and Economics of Offshore Outsourcing
►2005-15 (December) How do Tax Policies Affect Low Income Workers?
►2005-14 (December) The 2003 Dividend Tax Cuts and the Value of the Firm
►2005-13 (December) Optimal Long-Run Fiscal Policy
►2005-12 (December) Ensuring Access to Affordable Drug Coverage in Medicare
►2005-11 (December) The Vioxx Litigation: Part 1
►2005-10 (September) Rethinking the California Air Resources Board's Ozone Standards
►2005-09 (September) Is Port Security Making Us Safer?
►2005-08 (August) Expensing Employee Stock Options
►2005-07 (July) Political Roulette and the Public Health
►2005-06 (June) US-India Relations: Report on AEI's 2003-04 Roundtable Discussions
►2005-05 (June) Remaking Domestic Intelligence
►2005-04 (May) Government by Indictment
►2005-03 (May) The Blind Hydra: USAID Policy Fails to Control Malaria
►2005-02 (April) Entrepreneurial Public Management as a Replacement for Bureaucratic Public Administration
►2005-01 (April) What Does Homeland Security Spending Buy?
►2004-04 (July) The Impact of Driver Cell Phone Use on Accidents
►2004-03 (June) Federal Government Debt and Interest Rates
►2004-02 (April) The Fiscal and Social Costs of Consolidating Student Loans at Fixed Interest Rates
►2004-01 (January) Options Pricing and Accounting Practice
►2003-02 (December) Replacing the Income Tax with a Progressive Consumption Tax
►2003-01 (February) The Economic and Legal Consequences of Requiring the Expensing of Employee Stock Options without Specifying the Valuation Method