Vol. 69 Nbr. 4, April 2003
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- Economic science: an experimental approach for teaching and research.
- The effects of maternity leave legislation on mothers' labor supply after childbirth.
- Are factor substitutions in HMO industry operations cost saving?
- New evidence on unions and plant closings: Britain in the 1990s.
- Social security outcomes by racial and education groups.
- Wages in rail markets: deregulation, mergers, and changing networks characteristics.
- Payment certainty in discrete choice contingent valuation responses: results from a field validity test.
- Food stamp caseloads over the business cycle.
- Home schooling: an alternative school choice.
- Boundaries of the tournament pricing effect in asset markets: evidence from experimental markets.
- Class size effects on student achievement in Norway: patterns and explanations.
- A latent structure approach to measuring reputation.
- An application of unit root tests with a structural break to risk-based capital and bank portfolio composition.
- Adjustment costs, uncertainty, and the level of activity.
- Network externalities and standardization: a classroom demonstration.
- Birth Quake: The Baby Boom and Its Aftershocks.
- How Economics Became a Mathematical Science.
- Evolving Financial Markets and International Capital Flows: Britain, the Americas, and Australia, 1865-1914.