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Paper  Author(s)                Title

11752  Yongmin Chen             Buyer Investment, Product Variety,
       Robert C. Feenstra       and Intrafirm Trade
11753  Benjamin A. Olken        Monitoring Corruption: Evidence
                                from a Field Experiment in
                                Indonesia
11754  Trevon D. Logan          The Transformation of Hunger: The
                                Demand for Calories Past and
                                Present
11755  Xavier Gabaix            Shrouded Attributes, Consumer
       David Laibson            Myopia, and Information
                                Suppression in Competitive Markets
11756  Clemens Sialm            Tax Changes and Asset Pricing:
                                Time-Series Evidence
11757  Itay Goldstein           An Information-Based Trade Off
       Assaf Razin              between Foreign Direct Investment
                                and Foreign Portfolio Investment
11758  Bruce N. Lehmann         The Role of Beliefs in Inference
                                for Rational Expectations Models
11759  John F. Helliwell        How's the Job? Well-Being and
       Haifang Huang            Social Capital in the Workplace
11760  Raj Chetty               Why do Unemployment Benefits Raise
                                Unemployment Durations? The Role
                                of Borrowing Constraints and
                                Income Effects
11761  Menzie D. Chinn          Current Account Balances, Financial
       Hiro Ito                 Development, and Institutions:
                                Assaying the World "Savings Glut"
11762  Andrew K. Rose           Cities and Countries
11763  Li Gan                   A Simple Test of Adverse Events
       Tarun Sabarwal           and Strategic Timing Theories of
                                Consumer Bankruptcy
11764  Fernando Alvarez         General Equilibrium Analysis of
                                the Eaton-Kortum
       Robert E. … 

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