Publications Received

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Publications Received


Economic and social statistics

Beaudry, Paul, Fabrice Collard, and David A. Green, Decomposing the Twin-Peaks in the World Distribution of Output-per-Worker. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 43 pp. (Working Paper 9240) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Moretti, Enrico, Human Capital Spillovers in Manufacturing: Evidence from Plant-Level Production Functions. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 48 pp. (Working Paper 9316) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Economic growth and development

Chiquiar, Daniel and Gordon H. Hanson, International Migration, Self-Selection, and the Distribution of Wages: Evidence from Mexico and the United States. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 55 pp. (Working Paper 9242) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Chun, Hyunbae and M. Ishaq Nadiri, Decomposing Productivity Growth in the U.S. Computer Industry. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 36 pp. (Working Paper 9267) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Cohen, Malcolm S. and Mahmood A. Zaidi, Global Skill Shortages. Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2002, 139 pp., $60/cloth.

The Development Dimensions of Trade. Paris, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2002, 153 pp., softcover.

GATS: The Case for Open Services Markets. Paris, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, 2002, 97 pp., softcover.

Heckman, James J., Flexibility and Job Creation: Lessons for Germany. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 57 pp. (Working Paper 9194) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Kuhn, Peter J., ed., Losing Work; Moving On. Kalamazoo, MI, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 2002, 560 pp., $45/cloth, $28/paper.

Education

Angrist, Joshua D. and Kevin Lang, How Important Are Classroom Peer Effects? Evidence from Boston's Metco Program. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 39 pp. (Working Paper 9263) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Linsenmeier, David M., Harvey S. Rosen, and Cecilia Elena Rouse, Financial Aid Packages and College Enrollment Decisions: An Econometric Case Study. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 51 pp. (Working Paper 9228) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Industry and government organization

Flynn, Patrice and Virginia A. Hodgkinson, Measuring the Impact of the Nonprofit Sector. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2001, 299 pp., $90/hardback, $39.95/paperback.

Gowrisankaran, Gautam and Robert Town, Competition, Payers, and Hospital Quality. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 34 pp. (Working Paper 9206) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Peters, Alan H. and Peter S. Fisher, State Enterprise Zone Programs: Have They Worked? Kalamazoo, MI, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 2002, 325 pp., $40/cloth; $22/paperback.

International economics

Feenstra, Robert C., Gordon H. Hanson, and Songhua Lin, The Value of Information in International Trade: Gains to Outsourcing through Hong Kong. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc., 2002, 37 pp. (Working Paper 9328) $10 per copy, plus $10 for postage and handling outside the United States.

Ingham, Hilary and Mike Ingham, eds., EU Expansion to the East: Prospects and Problems. Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2002, 274 pp., $85/ cloth.

Warner, Andrew M., ed. …

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