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Titles of all papers issued since September 2004 are presented below. For previous papers, see past issues of the NBER Reporter. Working Papers are intended to make results of NBER research available to other economists in preliminary form to encourage discussion and suggestions for revision before final publication. They are not reviewed by the Board of Directors of the NBER.
NBER Working Papers
Paper Author(s) Title
10750 Roberto Rigobon Rule of Law, Democracy, Openness,
Dani Rodrik and Income: Estimating the
10751 Ricardo Hausmann The Long-Run Volatility Puzzle
Ugo Panizza of the Real Exchange Rate
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
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
10762 Nancy E. …