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NBER Working Papers

Paper         Author(s)                         Title

10750  Roberto Rigobon           Rule of Law, Democracy, Openness,
       Dani Rodrik               and Income: Estimating the
                                 Interrelationships

10751  Ricardo Hausmann          The Long-Run Volatility Puzzle
       Ugo Panizza               of the Real Exchange Rate
       Roberto Rigobon

10752  Robert W. Fogel           High Performing Asian Economies

10753  John Joseph Wallis        Sovereign Debt and Repudiation: The
       Richard E. Sylla          Emerging-Market Debt Crisis in the
       Arthur Grinath III        U.S. States, 1839-1843

10754  Steven Shavell            The Appeals Process and Adjudicator

10755  Markus Brunnermeier       Predatory Trading
       Lasse Heje Pedersen

10756  Pierre Collin-Dufresne    Can Interest Rate Volatility be
       Robert S. Goldstein       Extracted from the Cross Section
       Christopher S. Jones      of Bond Yields?

10757  Kanika Kapur              Socioeconomic Status and Medical
       Jeannette A. Rogowski     Care Expenditures in Medicare
       Vicki A. Freedman         Managed Care
       Steven L. Wickstrom
       John L. Adams
       Jose J. Escarce

10758  Richard A. Jensen         Patent Licensing and the Research
       Marie C. Thursby          University

10759  Isaac Ehrlich             Explaining Diversities in Age-
       Yong Yin                  Specific Life Expectancies and
                                 Values of Life Saving: A Numerical
                                 Analysis

10760  A. Mitchell Polinsky      Optimal Fines and Auditing When
                                 Wealth is Costly to Observe

10761  A. Mitchell Polinsky      The Optimal Use of Fines and
                                 Imprisonment When Wealth is
                                 Unobservable

10762  Nancy E. 

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