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NBER Working Papers On-Line

Academic journal article NBER Reporter

NBER Working Papers On-Line

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NBER Working Papers

Paper       Author(s)                            Title

10006   Russell W. Cooper          The Cost of Labor Adjustment:
        Jonathan Willis            Inferences from the Gap

10007   Patricia M. Danzon         Reference Pricing of Pharmaceuticals
        Jonathan D. Ketcham        for Medicare: Evidence from Germany,
                                   the Netherlands, and New Zealand

10008   Chang-Tai Hsieh            When School Compete, How Do They
        Miguel Urquiola            Compete? An Assessment of Chile's
                                   Nationwide School Voucher Program

10009   Peter F. Christoffersen    Financial Asset Returns,
        Francis X. Diebold         Direction-of-Change Forecasting,
                                   and Volatility Dynamics

10010   Susanto Basu               The Case of the Missing Productivity
        John G. Fernald            Growth: Or, Does Information
        Nicholas Oulton            Technology Explain Why Productivity
        Sylaja Srinivasan          Accelerated in the United States but
                                   not the United Kingdom?

10011   Jin-Tan Liu                Valuation of the Risk of SARS in
        James K. Hammitt           Taiwan
        Jung-Der Wang
        Meng-Wen Tsou

10012   Jin-Tan Liu                Effects of Disease Type and Latency
        James K. Hammitt           on the Value of Mortality Risk

10013   Harrison Hong              Simple Forecasts and Paradigm
        Jeremy C. Stein            Shifts

10014   Justin Wolfers             Did Unilateral Divorce Laws Raise
                                   Divorce Rates? A Reconciliation and
                                   New Results

10015   Carmen M. Reinhart         Addicted to Dollars
        Kenneth S. Rogoff
        Miguel A. Savastano

10016   Fernando Alvarez           On the Sluggish Resoponse of Prices
        Andrew Atkeson             to Money in a Inventory-Theoretic
        Chris Edmond               Model of Money

10017   Jason Barro                Selection and Improvement:
        Nancy Beaulieu             Physician Responses to Financial
                                   Incentives

10018   Martin Uribe               Country Spreads and Emerging
        Vivian Z. … 
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