Search Constraints

Begin New Search You searched for: Topic Economics Remove constraint Topic: Economics Content Type Working Paper Remove constraint Content Type: Working Paper

Search Results

3201. Household Income Dynamics in Rural China

3202. Institutional Investors, Corporate Ownership, and Corporate Governance: Global Perspectives

3203. Inequality and Risk

3204. Do Public Transfers Crowd Out Private Transfers? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in Mexico

3205. Redistribution Does Matter Growth and Redistribution for Poverty Reduction

3206. Proposals for Curbing the Boom-Bust Cycle in the Supply of Capital to Emerging Markets

3207. Ratings since the Asian Crisis

3208. Performance of Microfinance Institutions in Burkina Faso

3209. "Realisms at war": Robert Gilpin's political economy of hegemonic war as a critique of Waltz's neorealism

3210. Iran: The Struggle for the Revolution's Soul

3211. Economic Issues Raised by Treatment of Takings Under NAFTA Chapter 11

3212. Assessing Globalization's Critics: "Talkers Are No Good Doers???"

3213. Toward A Sustainable FTAA: Does Latin America Meet The Necessary Financial Preconditions?

3214. Home Bias, Transactions Costs, And Prospects For The Euro: A More Detailed Analysis

3215. Six Practical Views of Central Bank Transparency

3216. Passive Savers and Fiscal Policy Effectiveness in Japan

3217. Moral Hazard and the U.S. Stock Market: Analyzing the “Greenspan Put”?

3218. Europeanization and the Retreat of the State

3219. Spain in the EU: fifteen years may not be enough

3220. Temporary work agencies and equilibrium unemployment

3221. Building the Dual Earner/Dual Carer Society: Policy Developments in Europe

3222. Three Worlds of Working Time: Policy and Politics in Work-time Patterns of Industrialized Countries

3223. Economic Policy Coordination in EMU: Institutional and Political Requirements

3224. European Monetary Union: between the stakeholder and the stockholder models of capitalism

3225. At the Crossroads of Post-Communist Modernisation: Russia and China in Comparative Perspective

3226. Two Reluctant Regionalizers? The European Union and Russia in Europe's North

3227. Kosovo/a Standing Technical Working Group: 5th and 6th Session Economic Development and Reconstruction

3228. Macroeconomic Policy and Sustainability

3229. Dirt is in the Eye of the Beholder: The World Bank Air Pollution Intensities for Mexico

3230. Agriculture in a Global Perspective

3231. Community Control in a Global Economy: Lessons from Mexico's Economic Integration Process

3232. Civil Economy and Civilized Economics: Essentials for Sustainable Development

3233. The Taxing Task of Taxing Transnationals

3234. Improving Upon Nature: Creating Competitive Advantage in Ceramic Tile Clusters in Italy, Spain, and Brazil

3235. A Mediterranean Economic Policy from Europe at the Enlargement Cross-Roads

3236. Saudi-Italian Relations During the Reign of King Fahd

3237. Linking Democracy and Development: An Idea for the Times

3238. The Role Of Transition Assistance: The Case Of Kosovo

3239. The Role Of Transition Assistance: The Case Of East Timor

3240. Participation, Consultation, and Economic Reform in Africa: Economic Fora and the EG-DG Nexus

3241. Fieldwork Methodology for a CDIE Assessment of USAID and Poverty Reduction Approaches

3242. Reducing Urban and Industrial Pollution in the Czech Republic

3243. Reducing Urban and Industrial Pollution in India

3244. Urban and Industrial Pollution Programs: Russia Case Study

3245. Complex Emergencies And USAID's Humanitarian Response

3246. India: Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction During the 1990s

3247. Aftermath: Women and Women's Organizations In Postconflict Societies: The Role Of International Assistance

3248. Aftermath: Women and Women's Organizations In Postconflict Societies

3249. Linking Democracy and Development: An Idea for the Times

3250. Aftermath: Internally Displaced Women and Women's Organizations in Postconflict Georgia

3251. Urban and Industrial Pollution Programs: Czech Republic Case Study

3252. Pathways of Property Transformation: Enterprise Network Careers in Hungary, 1988-2000 Outline of an Analytic Strategy

3253. Distributing Intelligence and Organizing Diversity in New Media Projects

3254. Alternative Models of Dynamics in Binary Time-Series-Cross-Section Models: The Example of State Failure

3255. Self-Control for the Righteous: toward a Theory of Luxury Pre-Commitment

3256. An Empirical Comparison of Bundesbank and ECB Monetary Policy Rules

3257. Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Pass-Through

3258. Battling International Bribery 2001

3259. Permanent and Transitory Components of Business Cycles: Their Relative Importance and Dynamic Relationship

3260. The Use of Cyclical Indicators in Estimating the Output Gap in Japan

3261. Home Bias and High Turnover Reconsidered

3262. A Retrospective on J. Denis Sargan and His Contributions to Econometrics

3263. Border Effects within the NAFTA Countries

3264. Price Level Convergence, Relative Prices, and Inflation in Europe

3265. Protecting the Homeland: Report of the Defense Science Board Task Force on Defensive Information Operations 2000 Summer Study Volume II

3266. Forecast Uncertainty in Economic Modeling

3267. Patience, Persistence, and Welfare Costs of Incomplete Markets in Open Economies

3268. Protest and Collaboration: Transnational Civil Society Networks and the Politics of Summitry and Free Trade in the Americas

3269. The Impact of MERCOSUR on the Automobile Industry

3270. Preferential Treatment in Trade: Is There Any Room Left in the Americas?

3271. Lessons on Sustainable Development from Costa Rica's Forests

3272. Meet Me Halfway but don't Rush—Absorptive capacity and strategic R investment revisited

3273. Firms' export decisions—fixed trade costs and the size of the export market

3274. Recent Advances in Growth Theory. A Comparison of Neoclassical and Evolutionary Perspectives

3275. Strengthening Local Administration of Social Assistance in Russia

3276. Russian Nonprofits as Contracted Providers of Municipal Social Services: Initial Experience

3277. Australian Unemployment Protection: Challenges and New Directions

3278. Are Immigrants Leaving California? Settlement Patterns of Immigrants in the Late 1990s

3279. The Politics of Pensions in European Social Insurance Countries

3280. Do Affluent Countries Face an Incomes-Jobs Tradeoff?

3281. Global Markets, National Tax Systems, and Domestic Politics: Rebalancing Efficiency and Equity in Open States' Income Taxation

3282. The Effects of Convergence: Internationalisation and the Changing Distribution of Net Value Added in Large German Firms

3283. Institutional Change and the Uses and Limits of Path Dependency: The Case of German Finance

3284. Corporate Governance in Transition: Ten Empirical Findings on Shareholder Value and Industrial Relations in Germany

3285. An Emerging Market for Corporate Control? The Mannesmann Takeover and German Corporate Governance

3286. What Have We Learned?[1] Problem-Solving Capacity of the Multilevel European Polity.

3287. Globalization, Tax Competition, and the Fiscal Viability of the Welfare State

3288. How Bargaining Mediates Wage Determination: An Exploration of the Parameters of Wage Functions in a Pooled Time-Series Cross-Section Framework

3289. Minority Governments and Party Politics: The Political and Institutional Background to the "Danish Miracle"

3290. The Epidemiology of Microeconomic Expectations

3291. Complementarity and Social Networks

3292. Revisiting the 12 Myths of Central Asia

3293. Pitfalls on the Road to Fiscal Decentralization

3294. The Myth of Output Collapse after Communism

3295. Report from Havana: Time for a Reality Check on U.S. Policy toward Cuba

3296. The Case for Open Capital Markets

3297. Creating an Environment: Developing Venture Capital in India

3298. Foreign Direct Investment in New Electricity Generating Capacity in Developing Asia: Stakeholders, Risks, and the Search for a New Paradigm

3299. Democratizing U.S. Trade Policy

3300. The Declining Use of Unskilled Labour in Italian Manufacturing: Is Trade to Blame?