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Faculty Publications

Recent and past publications by members of the Economics Department are listed. The date headings below refer to one year's output, starting July 1 and ending June 30.

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2013-2014

BOWLUS, A.J.

Bowlus, A.J. and H. Liu. 2013. The Contributions of Search and Human Capital to Earnings Growth Over the Life Cycle. European Economic Review 64: 305-331.

BURGESS, D. F.

Burgess, D., and R. O. Zerbe. 2013. The Most Appropriate Discount Rate. Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 4 (3): 391-400.

CARVAJAL, A.

Carvajal, A., and N. González. 2014. On Refutability of the Nash Bargaining Solution. Journal of Mathematical Economics 50 (5): 177-186.

Carvajal, A., R. Deb, J. Fenske, and J. Quah. 2013. Revealed Preference Tests of the Cournot Model. Econometrica 81 (6): 2351-2379.

CONLEY, T.G.

Conley, T. G., and B. Dupor. 2013. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act: Solely a Government Jobs Program? Journal of Monetary Economics 60 (5): 535-549.

DAVIES, J.B.

Davies, J. B. (Editor). 2013. The Economics of Wealth Distribution. 2 volumes. The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Davies, J. B. 2013. Introduction. The Economics of Wealth Distribution, vol. 1. The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Shorrocks, A., J. Davies, and R. Lluberas. 2013. Global Wealth Databook 2013. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute, pp. 155.

Shorrocks, A., J. Davies, and R. LLuberas. 2013. Global Wealth Report 2013. Zurich: Credit Suisse Research Institute, pp. 64.

LAIDLER, D.E.W.

Laidler, D. 2013. Mark Blaug on the Quantity Theory - a Skirmish on the Border between Science and Ideology in the History of Economic Thought (Chapter 7). Mark Blaug: Rebel with Many Causes. M. Boumans and M. Klaes (eds.).  Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. 63-77.

LOCHNER, L. J.

Belley, P., M. Frenette, and L. Lochner. 2014. Post-Secondary Attendance by Parental Income in the U.S. and Canada: Do Financial Aid Policies Explain the Differences?  Canadian Journal of Economics 47 (2): 664-696.

MACGEE, J.

Akhtar, M. K., J. Wibe, S. P. Simonovic, J. MacGee. 2013. Integrated Assessment Model of Society-Biosphere-Climate-Economy-Energy System. Environmental Modelling & Software 49 (6): 1-21.

PALMER, J.

Childs, J., and J. Palmer, J. 2014. Misallocation Costs under Rent Controls: Experimental Evidence.  SOP Transactions on Economic Research 1 (1): 49-53.

SICULAR, T.

Sicular, T., and S. Li. 2014. The Distribution of Household Income in China:  Inequality, Poverty, and Policies. China Quarterly 217 (1): 1-41.  

Li, M., and T. Sicular, T. 2013. Aging of the Agricultural Labor Force and Technical Efficiency in Crop Production: Evidence from Liaoning Province, China. China Agricultural Economic Review 5 (3): 342-359.

Li, S., H. Sato, and T. Sicular (Editors). 2013. Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society, New York: Cambridge University Press. pp. 550.

Li, S., H. Sato, and T. Sicular. 2013. Rising Inequality in China: Key Issues and Findings (Chapter 1). Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato, and T. Sicular. New York: Cambridge University Press. 1-43.

Li, S., C. Luo, and T. Sicular. 2013. Overview: Income Inequality and Poverty in China, 2002-2007 (Chapter 2). Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato and T. Sicular. New York: Cambridge University Press. 44-84.

Sato, H., T. Sicular, and X. Yue. 2013. Housing Ownership, Incomes, and Inequality in China. 2002-2007 (Chapter 3). Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato, and T. Sicular. New York: Cambridge University Press. 85-141.

Knight, J., T. Sicular, and X. Yue. 2013. Educational Inequality in China: The Intergenerational Dimension (Chapter 4). Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato, and T. Sicular. New York: Cambridge University Press. 142-196.

Luo, C., and T. Sicular.  2013. Inequality and Poverty in Rural China (Chapter 5). Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato, and T. Sicular. New York: Cambridge University Press. 197-229.

Luo, C., S. Li, T. Sicular, Q. Deng, and X. Yue. 2013. Appendix I: The 2007 Household Surveys: Sampling Methods and Data Description. Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato, and T. Sicular.  New York: Cambridge University Press.

Song, J., T. Sicular, and X. Yue. 2013. Appendix II: The 2002 and 2007 CHIP Surveys: Sampling, Weights, and Combining the Urban, Rural, and Migrant Samples. Rising Inequality in China: Challenge to a Harmonious Society. S. Li, H. Sato, and T. Sicular. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Sicular, T. 2013. The Challenge of High Inequality in China.  Inequality in Focus 2 (2).  1-5. (Poverty Reduction and Equity Department, World Bank, Aug. 2013.)

STENTOFT, L.

Boyer, M. M., J. Mejza, and L. Stentoft. 2014. Measuring Longevity Risk: An Application to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Plan. Risk Management and Insurance Review 17 (1): 37-59.

Létourneau, P., and L. Stentoft. 2014. Refining the Least Squares Monte Carlo Method by Imposing Stucture. Quantitative Finance 14 (3): 495-507.

Rombouts, J., L. Stentoft, and F. Violante. 2014. The Value of Multivariate Model Sophistication: An Application to Pricing Dow Jones Industrial Average Options.  International Journal of Forecasting 30 (1): 78-98.

STINEBRICKNER, T.R.

Stinebrickner, R., and T. R. Stinebrickner. 2014. A Major in Science? Initial Beliefs and Final Outcomes for College Major and Dropout.  Review of Economic Studies 81 (1): 426-472.

WHALLEY, J.

Li, C., and J. Whalley. 2014. China and the Trans‐Pacific Partnership: A Numerical Simulation Assessment of the Effects Involved. World Economy 37 (2): 169-192.

Li, C., and J. Whalley. 2014. China's Potential Future Growth and Gains from Trade Policy Bargaining: Some Numerical Simulation Results. Economic Modelling 37: 65-78.

Gao, Y., J. Whalley, and Y. Ren. 2014. Decomposing China's Export Growth into Extensive Margin, Export Quality and Quantity Effects. China Economic Review 29: 19-26.

Stern, N., A. Bowen, and J. Whalley (Editors). 2014.  The Global Development of Policy Regimes to Combat Climate Change. The Tricontinental Series on Global Economic Issues, Volume 4. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. pp. 280.

Bowen, A., N. Stern, and J. Whalley. 2014. Introduction. The Global Development of Policy Regimes to Combat Climate Change. The Tricontinental Series on Global Economic Issues, Volume 4. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. xvii-xxvii.

Chatterji, S., S. Ghosal, S. Walsh, and J. Whalley. 2014. Unilateral Measures and Emissions Mitigation (Chapter 8). The Global Development of Policy Regimes to Combat Climate Change. The Tricontinental Series on Global Economic Issues, Volume 4. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. 181-223.

Walsh, S., and J. Whalley. 2014. Compliance Mechanisms in Global Climate Change Regimes: Kyoto and Post-Kyoto (Chapter 9). The Global Development of Policy Regimes to Combat Climate Change. The Tricontinental Series on Global Economic Issues, Volume 4. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. 225-250.

Zhu, X., J. Whalley, and X. Zhao. 2014. Intergenerational Transfer, Human Capital and Long-Term Growth in China under the One Child Policy. Economic Modelling 40 (1): 275-283.

Agarwal, M., S. Walsh, J. Wang, J. Whalley, and C. Yan. 2013. Expected Worsening or Improving Financial Instability and the 2008 Financial Crisis. North American Journal of Economics and Finance 26: 92-105.

Cai,Y.,  R. Riezman,  and J. Whalley. 2013. International Trade and the Negotiability of Global Climate Change Agreements. Economic Modelling 33: 421-427.

Li, S., J. Whalley, and X. Zhao. 2013. Housing Price and Household Savings Rates: Evidence from China. Journal of Chinese Economic and Business Studies 11 (3): 197-217. Special Issue: Papers from the 2012 Conference of the Chinese Economists (USA), held in Kaifeng City, China, June 23-24, 2012.

Kahn, M. A., and J. Whalley. 2013. The Intertwining of Disciplinary Concepts between Health Sciences and Economics. International Journal of Social Science Studies 1 (2): 249-258.

Riezman, R. G., J. Whalley, and S. Zhang. 2013. Metrics Capturing the Degree to Which Individual Economies are Globalized. Applied Economics 45 (36): 5046-5061.

Whalley, J., and D. Medianu. 2013. The Deepening China–Brazil Economic Relationship. CESifo Economic Studies 59 (4): 707–730.

Xueyi, Z., Z. Yaguang, and J. Whalley. 2013. Monetary Theory and Policy from a Chinese Historical Perspective. China Economic Review. 26: 89-104.

WINTROBE, R.

Wintrobe, R. 2013. The Dictatorship of Popes. Kyklos 66 (3): 365-377.