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2005 Working Papers


Working Papers

2005

05-01
Useful Government Spending and Macroeconomic (In)stability under Balanced-Budget Rules; Jang-Ting Guo and Sharon G. Harrison; July 2005.
05-02
Poverty and Post-Developmentalism: Class and Ethical Dimensions of Poverty Eradication; Stephen Cullenberg and Anjan Chakrabarti; September 2005.
05-03
Orientalism and the Transition of India In the Era of Globalization; Stephen Cullenberg and Anjan Chakrabarti; September 2005.
05-04
“New Markets” or Old Constraints? Financing Community Development in the Post-“War on Poverty” Era; Gary Dymski; January 2005.
05-05
Statistical Inference and Prediction in Nonlinear Models using Additive Random Fields; Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera, Christian M. Dhal and Yu Qin; April 2005.
05-06
The Impact of Policy Reforms on Rural Poverty in Brazil: Evidence from Three States in the 1990s; Steven Helfand and Edward S. Levine; April 2005.
05-07
Bowling Alone, Revisited: Social Capital and Skill Acquisition; Philip Babcock; June 2005.
05-08
What Do Unions Do in Mexico? David Fairris; July 2005.
05-09
Minimum Wages and the Wage Structure in Mexico; David Fairris, Gurleen Popli and Eduardo Zepeda; July 2005.
05-10
The Dissipation of Minimum Wage Gains for Workers Through Labor-Labor Substitution; David Fairris and Leon Fernandez-Bujanda; August 2005.
05-11
Monitoring Financial Intermediaries with Subordinated Debt: A Dynamic Signal Model for Bank Risk; Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera and David Nickerson; September 2005.
05-12
The Rational Adolescent: Privilege, Policy, and Myopic Human Capital Acquisition; Philip Babcock; September 2005.
05-13
Accounting for Two-Club Convergence; Robert Russell and Daniel J. Henderson; November 2005.
05-14
Minimal Relativism, Dominance, and Standard of Living Comparisons Based on Functioning’s; Prasanta Pattanaik and Yongsheng Xu; February 2005.
05-15
'Regular' Choice and the Weak Axiom of Stochastic Revealed Preference; Indraneel Dasgupta and Prasanta Pattanaik; September 2005.
05-16
Copula-based Multivariate GARCH Model with Uncorrelated Dependent Errors; Tae-Hwy Lee, Xiangdong Long. August 2005
05-17
Asymmetric Predictive Abilities of Nonlinear Models for Stock Returns: Evidence from Density Forecast Comparison; Yong Bao, Tae-Hwy Lee. October 2005
05-18
Bagging Predictors for Time Series: Further Issues; Tae-Hwy Lee, Yang Yang. October 2005

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