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Mark Watson
2011
Chicago Journals (Jstor) Using factor methods, we decompose industrial production (IP) into components arising from aggregate and sector-specific shocks. An approximate factor model finds that nearly all of IP variability is associated with common factors ...
Alan Blinder
2010
Alan Blinder December, 2010 International Journal of Central Banking Finance Macroeconomics Monetary and Macroeconomic Policy http://www.ijcb.org/journal/ijcb10q4a13.htm ...
Rafaela Dancygier
2010
Rafaela Dancygier August, 2010 Cambridge University Press Immigration Macroeconomics Politics Domestic and Social Policy http://www.cambridge.org/us/academic/subjects/politics-international-relations/c... ...
Aaron Friedberg
2010
While their full effects are not yet clear, the recent financial crisis, and the global economic slowdown that followed, could have a significant impact on the evolving strategic rivalry between the United States and China. Economic issues are likely to ...
Atul Kohli
2010
This volume brings together Atul Kohli's essays published over the last twenty-five years. They are organized in three sections, each section representing a distinct theme-political change; political economy; and politics and development in select ...
2010
Uwe Reinhardt June, 2010 Revista de Economía Institucional, Vol. 12, Issue 22 Science Microeconomics Macroeconomics Economics and Finance http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo=3254082 ...
Andrew Moravcsik
2010
Brookings Institution This pessimistic prognosis of European decline is misguided. Today there are two global superpowers. One is the United Staets; the other is Europe. Europe is the only other region in the world today, besides the United States, to ...
Miguel Centeno
2010
Miguel Centeno March, 2010 With Joseph Cohen; Polity Press; ISBN:9780745655949 Macroeconomics Economics and Finance http://politybooks.com/book.asp?ref=9780745644509 ...
Benjamin Moll
2010
American Economic Association Recent papers argue that the misallocation of resources can explain large cross-country TFP differences. This argument is underpinned by empirical evidence documenting substantial dispersion in the marginal products of ...