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2001 Working Papers


Working Papers

2001

01-01 The Resurgence of New York City After 1920 Al Smith's 1920 Tax Reform Law and Its Aftermath; Mason Gaffney: January 2001.
01-02
Henry George, Dr. Edward McGlynn, and Pope Leo XIII; Mason Gaffney: January 2001.
01-03
Immobile Taxation in a World of Mobility; Mason Gaffney: January 2001.
01-04
Evaluating Predictive Performance of Value-at-Risk Models in Emerging Markets: A Reality Check; Tae-Hwy Lee and Burak Saltoglu: January 2001.
01-05
Unions and Wage Inequality in Mexico; David Fairris: February 2001.
01-06
Taxation of Interjurisdictional E-commerce; Mason Gaffney: February 2001.
01-07
Implications of Stein-Rule Estimation on the measure of Goodness of Fit in Linear Regression Models; V.K. Srivastava, Lucknow University, & Aman Ullah: February 2001.
01-08
Consistent Estimation of Regression Coefficients In Replicated Data With Non-normal Measurement Errors; Aman Ullah, Shalabh, Panjab University, & Debasri Mukherjee: February 2001.
01-09
Improved Combined Parametric and Nonparametric Regressions: Estimation and Hypothesis Testing; Mezbahur Rahman, Cal State Monterey Bay & Aman Ullah: February 2001.
01-10
Nonparametric Kernel Methods of Estimation and Hypothesis Testing; Aman Ullah: February 2001.
01-11
Instrumental Variable Estimation of Semiparametric Dynamic Panel Data Models: Monte Carlo Results on Several New and Existing Estimators; M. Douglas Berg, Sam Houston State University, Qi Li, Texas A&M University, & Aman Ullah: February 2001.
01-12
Increasing Returns, Capital Utilization, and the Effects of Government Spending; Jang-Ting Guo: February 2001. Revised July 2002
01-13
Fiscal Policy, Increasing Returns and Endogenous Fluctuations; Jang-Ting Guo and Kevin J. Lansing, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco: February 2001.
01-14
Resource Limit and Scale Effect in Economic Growth; Xu Cheng: April 2001.
01-15
Recent Changes in the US Business Cycle; Marcelle Chauvet and Simon Potter: April 2001.
01-16
Uses of Entropy and Divergence Measures for Evaluating Econometric Approximations and Inference; Man Ullah: April 2001.
01-17
Predicting A Recession: Evidence From the Yield Curve in the Presence of Structural Breaks; Marcelle Chauvet and Simon Potter: May 2001.
01-18
Markov Switching in Disaggregate Unemployment Rates; Marcelle Chauvet, Chinhui Juhn and Simon Potter: June 2001.
01-19
Rational Evaluation of Actions Under Complete Uncertainty; Ricardo Arlegi: June 2001.
01-20
Forecasting Recession Using the Yield Curve; Marcelle Chauvet and Simon Potter: June 2001.
01-21
The Measurement of Diversity; Walter Bossert, Prasanta Pattanaik, and Yongsheng Xu: July 2001.
01-22
Ranking Sets of Objects; Salvador Barbera, Walter Bossert, and Prasanta Pattanaik: July 2001.
01-23
On Business Cycles and Counter Cyclical Policies; Marco Espinosa and Jang-Ting Guo: July 2001.
01-24
Demand Aggregation and the Weak Axiom of Stochastic Revealed Preference; Taradas Bandyopadhyay, Indraneel Dasgupta, and Prasanta Pattanaik: July 2001.
01-25
Externality Policy Reform: A General-Equilibrium Analysis; Sushama Murty and R. Robert Russell: July 2001, Revised March 2003.
01-26
Dual Elasticities of Substitution: Application to the Swiss Labor Market; Kusum Mundra and R. Robert Russell: July 2001. Revised April 2004.
01-27
A Re-examination of Economic Growth, Tax Policy, and Distributive Politics; Yong Bao and Jang-Ting Guo: August 2001, Revised October 2002.
01-28 Economic Development and the Determinants of Spatial Integration in Agricultural Markets; Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera and Steven M. Helfand: August 2001.
01-29
Human Capital and Convergence: A Production-Frontier Approach; Daniel J. Henderson and R. Robert Russell: September 2001, Revised August 2003.
01-30
Testing for neglected nonlinearity in regression models: A collection of new tests based on the theory of random fields; Christian M. Dahl and Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera: September 2001
01-31
Linkages between the Secondary and Primary Market for Mortgages. The Role of Retained Portfolio Investments of the Government-sponsored Enterprises; Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera: September 2001
01-32
Does Volatility Modeling Really Matter? A Reality Check Based on Option Pricing, VaR, and Utility Function; Gloria González-Rivera, Tae-Hwy Lee, and Santosh Mishra: September 2001
01-33
Identifying nonlinear components by random fields. An application to real US GNP growth; Christian M. Dahl and Gloria González-Rivera: September 2001
01-34
The Impact of Sector-specific and Economy-Wide Policy Reforms on Agriculture: The Case of Brazil, 1980-98; Steven M. Helfand and Gervásio Castro de Rezende: September 2001
01-35
Assessing the Risk Forecasts for Japanese Stock Market; Tae-Hwy Lee and Burak Saltoglu: October 2001
01-36
Modeling the Impact of Overnight Surprises on Intra-daily Stock Returns; Giampiero M. Gallo, Yongmiao Hong, and Tae-Hwy Lee: October 2001
01-37
Family Matters: The Life-Cycle transition and the Unparalleled ntebellum American Fertility Decline; Susan B. Carter, Roger L. Ransom, and Richard Sutch: October 2001
01-38
Is Income Inequality Really Not Harmful for Economic Growth?; Been-Lon Chen and Jang-Ting Guo: November 2001, Revised December 2002
01-39
Cohorts; Susan B. Carter: September 2001
01-40 Immigration for Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition; Robert E. Barde, Susan B. Carter, and Richard Sutch: September 2001.

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