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Bottoms Up: Craft brewers raise the bar in the American beer industry

Econ Focus , Issue 4Q , Pages 21-23

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District digest : Economic trends across the region

"The Roles of New and Existing Establishments in Employment in the Fifth District," article by R. Andrew Bauer, pg. 36-39
Econ Focus , Volume 14 , Issue 3Q , Pages 36-43

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Around the Fed: The decision to export

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Econ Focus , Volume 15 , Issue 1Q , Pages 37

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Research spotlight : Fine-tuning

Econ Focus , Volume 10 , Issue Spr , Pages 3

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State economic developments

Econ Focus , Volume 7 , Issue Spr , Pages 42-47

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The Role of Lower-Ranked Economics Ph.D. Programs

Econ Focus , Issue 3Q , Pages 10-10

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President's message : Pensions in the 21st century

Econ Focus , Volume 10 , Issue Spr , Pages 1

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James Pennington, (1777-1862) : classical banking, monetary, and trade theorist and economic policy advisor

James Pennington's creativity as a scientific economist is matched only by his obscurity. He exemplifies the pioneering innovator who never gets his due recognition. Alone and with others he launched (1) the idea that checking deposits are money just like coin and notes, (2) the theory of the multiple expansion of bank deposits, (3) the currency principle according to which a mixed paper-metal currency can be made to behave as if it were entirely metallic, and (4) the notion that reciprocal demand fixes the terms of trade between the comparative cost ratios of two trading nations. Any one of ...
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On the Distribution of College Dropouts: Wealth and Uninsurable Idiosyncratic Risk

We present a dynamic model of the decision to pursue a college degree in which students face uncertainty about their future income stream after graduation due to unobserved heterogeneity in their innate scholastic ability. After matriculating and taking some exams, students re-evaluate their expectations about succeeding in college and may decide to drop out and start working. The model shows that, in accordance with the data, poorer students are less likely to graduate and are likely to drop out sooner than wealthier students. Our model generates these results without introducing explicit ...
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Small business: the net and the gross of small firm job creation

Cross Sections , Volume 11 , Issue Spr , Pages 27

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