New England Economic Review

New England Economic Review is a magazine specializing in Economic topics.

Articles from November-December

Explaining New England's Export Performance: 1987 to 1993
The recession of the early 1990s hit New England much harder than the nation. Over the period covered by this study (1987 to 1993), New England's manufacturing employment fell 22 percent, as compared with a 5 percent decline for the nation; over the...
Indexes of Economic Indicators: What Can They Tell Us about the New England Economy
London: The University of Chicago Press. Watson, Mark W. and Robert F. Engle. 1983. "Alternative Algorithms for the Estimation of Dynamic Factor, MIMIC, and Varying Coefficient Regression Models." Journal of Econometrics, vol. 23, August, pp. 385-400....
Is Global Competition Making the Poor Even Poorer?
In recent years a number of economic phenomena have caused dismay, but one in particular seems to justify for economics its hoary reputation as "the dismal science": average real wages have fallen, while the distribution of income has become less equal....