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NBER Working Papers On-Line. (Current Working Papers)

Academic journal article NBER Reporter

NBER Working Papers On-Line. (Current Working Papers)

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NBER Working Papers

Paper  Author(s)                   Title

9408   Dirk Krueger                Skill-specific rather than General
       Krishna B. Kumar            Education: A Reason for US-Europe
                                   Growth Differences?

9409   Stephen Ansolobehere        Why Is There So Little Money in

       John M. de Figueredo        politics?
       James M. Snyder

9410   Dirk Krueger                Pareto Improving Social Security
       Felix Kubler                Reform when Financial Markets are

9411   Alberto Alesina             Fractionalization
       Arnaud Devleeschauwer
       William Easterly
       Sergio Kurlat
       Romain Wacziarg

9412   Kent A. Smetters            Trading with the Unborn: A New
                                    Prespective on Capital Income

9413   Brian Jacob                 Rotten Apples: An Investigation of
       Steven D. Levitt             the Prevalence of Teacher Cheating

9414   Brian Jacob                 Catching Cheating Teachers: The
       Steven D. Levitt             Results of an Unusual Experiment
                                    in Implementing Theory

9415   Gilbert E. Metcalf          Oligopoly Deregulation and the
       George Norman                Taxation of Commodities

9416   Gilbert E. Metcalf          Oligopoly Deregulation in General
       George Norman                Equilibrium: A Tax Neutralization

9417   Robert E. Lipsey            Foreign Firms and Indonesian
       Fredrik Sjbholm              Manufacturing Wages: An Analysis
                                    With Panel Data

9418   Alan B. Krueger             Another Look at the New York City
       Pei Zhu                      School Voucher Experiment

9419   Marc P. … 
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