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Immigration’s Effect on Institutional Quality: The Place of Simpler Evidence by Garett Jones and Ryan Fraser
Simpler Evidence on Immigration and Institutions: An Assessment by Jamie Bologna Pavlik, Estefania Lujan Padilla, and Benjamin Powell
Alive and Kicking: Mortality of New Orleans Medicare Enrollees After Hurricane Katrina by Robert Kaestner
Reply to “Alive and Kicking: Mortality of New Orleans Medicare Enrollees After Hurricane Katrina” by Tatyana Deryugina and David Molitor
Critique of an Article on Machine Learning in the Detection of Accounting Fraud by Stephen Walker
A Response to “Critique of an Article on Machine Learning in the Detection of Accounting Fraud” by Yang Bao, Bin Ke, Bin Li, Y. Julia Yu, and Jie Zhang
Colonial New Jersey’s Paper Money: A Reply to Michener Again, and Again, and Again by Farley Grubb
Comment on Sen, Karaca-Mandic, and Georgiou on Stay-at-Home Orders and COVID-19 Hospitalizations in Four States by John A. Spry
Reply to John Spry on Stay-at-Home Orders and COVID-19 Hospitalizations by Soumya Sen, Pinar Karaca-Mandic, and Archelle Georgiou
The Moving to Opportunity Experiment: What Do Heterogeneous Estimates of the Effect of Moving Imply About Causes? by Robert Kaestner
Response to “The Moving to Opportunity Experiment: What Do Heterogeneous Estimates of the Effect of Moving Imply About Causes?” by Raj Chetty, Nathaniel Hendren, and Lawrence F. Katz
Re-examination of the Theoretical and Historical Evidence Concerning Colonial New Jersey’s Paper Money, 1709–1775: A Further Comment on Grubb by Ronald W. Michener
Recalculating Gravity: A Correction of Bergstrand’s 1985 Frictionless Case by Nico Stoeckmann
Revisiting the Bracero Guest Worker Reforms: A Comment on Clemens, Lewis, and Postel by Robert Kaestner
Comment on Kaestner, “Revisiting the Bracero Guest Worker Reforms” by Michael A. Clemens, Ethan G. Lewis, and Hannah M. Postel
Brought Into the Open: How the U.S. Compares to Other Countries in the Rate of Public Mass Shooters by John R. Lott, Jr. and Carlisle E. Moody
The Importance of Analyzing Public Mass Shooters Separately from Other Attackers When Estimating the Prevalence of Their Behavior Worldwide by Adam Lankford
Do Film Incentive Programs Promote Economic Activity? A Comment on O’Brien and Lane by John Charles Bradbury
Reply to Bradbury: Effects of Economic Incentives in the American Film Industry by Nina F. O'Brien and Christianne J. Lane
Colonial New Jersey’s Paper Money, 1709–1775: Why Ronald Michener Insists on Using Uncorrected Data—A Reply by Farley Grubb
Science on FDA Liberalization: A Response to the Status Quo Process for Medical Treatments by Bartley J. Madden
Re-examination of the Empirical Evidence Concerning Colonial New Jersey’s Paper Money, 1709–1775: A Comment on Farley Grubb by Ronald W. Michener
Are a Few Huge Outcomes Distorting Financial Misconduct Research? by Emre Kuvvet
A Response to “Are a Few Huge Outcomes Distorting Financial Misconduct Research?” by Andrew C. Call, Nathan Y. Sharp, and Jaron H. Wilde
Is the United States an Outlier in Public Mass Shootings? A Comment on Adam Lankford by John R. Lott, Jr. and Carlisle E. Moody
Confirmation That the United States Has Six Times Its Global Share of Public Mass Shooters, Courtesy of Lott and Moody’s Data by Adam Lankford
Do Right to Carry Laws Increase Violent Crime? A Comment on Donohue, Aneja, and Weber by Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell
RTC Laws Increase Violent Crime: Moody and Marvell Have Missed the Target by John J. Donohue, Abhay Aneja, and Kyle D. Weber
Unforced Errors: Tennis Serve Data Tells Us Little About Loss Aversion by Michał Krawczyk
Tennis Serve Data May Elude Some as Serves Get Too Fast by Nejat Anbarci, K. Peren Arin, and Christina Zenker
And the IMF Said, Let There Be Data, and There Was Data: Private Capital Stocks in the Eastern Bloc by Ryan H. Murphy and Colin O'Reilly
Are Graphic Warning Labels Stopping Millions of Smokers? A Comment on Huang, Chaloupka, and Fong by Trinidad Beleche, Nellie Lew, Rosemarie L. Summers, and J. Laron Kirby
Reconsidering Colonial Maryland’s Bills of Credit 1767–1775 by Ronald W. Michener
Colonial Maryland’s Post-1764 Paper Money: A Reply to Ron Michener by Farley Grubb
Professional Ethics 101: A Reply to Anne Krueger’s Review of The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics by George F. DeMartino and Deirdre N. McCloskey
The Progressive Legacy Rolls On: A Critique of Steinbaum and Weisberger on Illiberal Reformers by Phillip W. Magness
Will the Real Specification Please Stand Up? A Comment on Andrew Bird and Stephen Karolyi by Alex Young
Response to Alex Young by Andrew Bird and Stephen A. Karolyi
The Impact of Right-to-Carry Laws: A Critique of the 2014 Version of Aneja, Donohue, and Zhang by Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell
More Gun Carrying, More Violent Crime by John J. Donohue
Shy of the Character Limit: “Twitter Mood Predicts the Stock Market” Revisited by Michael Lachanski and Steven Pav
Who Knows What Willingness to Pay Lurks in the Hearts of Men? A Rejoinder to Egan, Corrigan, and Dwyer by John C. Whitehead
The Chang-Kim-Park Model of Cointegrated Density-Valued Time Series Cannot Accommodate a Stochastic Trend by Brendan K. Beare
The War on Cash: A Review of Kenneth Rogoff’s The Curse of Cash by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
Response to Jeffrey Rogers Hummel’s Review of The Curse of Cash by Kenneth S. Rogoff
Responding to Oberholzer-Gee and Strumpf’s Attempted Defense of Their Piracy Paper by Stan J. Liebowitz
In Memoriam: Thomas Schelling
Examination of Dr Smith’s System by Thomas Brown
Why the Oberholzer-Gee/Strumpf Article on File Sharing Is Not Credible by Stan J. Liebowitz
CIA Interventions, Tariff Changes, and Trade During the Cold War: A Variation and New Results by Bruno Ćorić
Education Premiums in Cambodia: Dummy Variables Revisited and Recent Data by John Humphreys
The Welfare State and Moral Sentiments: A Smith-Hayek Critique of the Evolutionary Left by Harrison Searles
Hayek Deserves a New Paradigm, Not Old Ideological Categories: Response to Searles by David Sloan Wilson, Robert Kadar, and Steve Roth
Same-Sex Marriage and Negative Externalities: A Critique, Replication, and Correction of Langbein and Yost by Douglas W. Allen and Joseph Price
Still No Evidence of Negative Outcomes from Same-Sex Marriage by Laura Langbein and Mark A. Yost, Jr.
In Memoriam: Gordon Tullock
Replicability and Pitfalls in the Interpretation of Resampled Data: A Correction and a Randomization Test for Anwar and Fang by Dragan Ilić
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: A Comment on Zacharias Maniadis, Fabio Tufano, and John List by Mitesh Kataria
One Swallow Doesn’t Make a Summer: Reply to Kataria by Zacharias Maniadis, Fabio Tufano, and John A. List
Should the Modernization Hypothesis Survive Acemoglu, Johnson, Robinson, and Yared? Some More Evidence by Hugo J. Faria, Hugo M. Montesinos-Yufa, and Daniel R. Morales
Ill-Conceived, Even If Competently Administered: Software Patents, Litigation, and Innovation—A Comment on Graham and Vishnubhakat by Shawn P. Miller and Alexander Tabarrok
In Memoriam: Ronald Coase
In Memoriam: Armen Alchian
In Memoriam: James M. Buchanan
The Max U Approach: Prudence Only, or Not Even Prudence? A Smithian Perspective by David Lipka
Model Distraction: A Comment on Daveri and Tabellini by Andrea Imperia
Did John Lott Provide Bad Data to the NRC? A Note on Aneja, Donohue, and Zhang by Carlisle E. Moody, John R. Lott, Jr., and Thomas B. Marvell
Substance vs. Sideshows in the More Guns, Less Crime Debate: A Comment on Moody, Lott, and Marvell by Abhay Aneja, John J. Donohue, and Alexandria Zhang
Did Jose Canseco Really Improve the Performance of His Teammates by Spreading Steroids? A Critique of Gould and Kaplan by John Charles Bradbury
The Peer Effect of Jose Canseco: A Reply to J. C. Bradbury by Eric D. Gould and Todd R. Kaplan
Big Questions and Poor Economics: Banerjee and Duflo on Schooling in Developing Countries by James Tooley
Why the Denial? Low-Cost Private Schools in Developing Countries and Their Contributions to Education by Pauline Dixon
Was Occupational Licensing Good for Minorities? A Critique of Marc Law and Mindy Marks by Daniel B. Klein, Benjamin Powell, and Evgeny S. Vorotnikov
Occupational Licensing and Minorities: A Reply to Klein, Powell, and Vorotnikov by Marc T. Law and Mindy S. Marks
Freedom Versus Coercion in Industrial Ecology: A Reply to Boons by Pierre Desrochers
Freedom Versus Coercion in Industrial Ecology: Mind the Gap! by Frank Boons
Fact Versus Conjecture in the History of Industrial Waste Utilization by Christine Meisner Rosen
Race, Ethnicity, and Baseball Card Prices: A Replication, Correction, and Extension of Hewitt, Muñoz, Oliver, and Regoli by David W. Findlay and John M. Santos
Supplement to “Race, Ethnicity, and Baseball Card Prices: A Replication, Correction, and Extension of Hewitt, Muñoz, Oliver, and Regoli” by David W. Findlay and John M. Santos
Beyond Race Cards in America’s Pastime: An Appreciative Reply to Findlay and Santos by Robert Muñoz, Jr.
The Unemployment Impact of the 2008 Extension of Unemployment Insurance: As High as Robert Barro Suggested? by Steven D. Mullins
Adam Smith and Liberal Economics: Reading the Minimum Wage Debate of 1795-96 by Christopher Martin
Unfortunately Unfamiliar with Robert Higgs and Others: A Rejoinder to Gauti Eggertsson on the 1930s by Steven Horwitz
Constraints on Housing Supply: Natural and Regulatory by Wendell Cox
Dropping the Geographic-Constraints Variable Makes Only a Minor Difference: Reply to Cox by Haifang Huang and Yao Tang
Troubling Research on Troubled Assets: Charles Zheng on the U.S. Toxic Asset Auction Plan by Linus Wilson
Growth Accelerations Revisited by Guo Xu
A Reply to Steven Horwitz’s Commentary on “Great Expectations and the End of the Depression” by Gauti B. Eggertsson
Econometric Errors in an Applied Economics Article by Dimitris Hatzinikolaou
Outliers and the Halloween Effect: Comment on Maberly and Pierce by H. Douglas Witte
Great Apprehensions, Prolonged Depression: Gauti Eggertsson on the 1930s by Steven Horwitz
The Debate on Shall Issue Laws, Continued by Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell
More Guns, Less Crime Fails Again: The Latest Evidence from 1977–2006 by Ian Ayres and John J. Donohue
Goldin and Katz and Education Policy Failings in Historical Perspective by Arnold Kling and John Merrifield
Some Anomalies Arising from Bandwagons that Impart Upward Sloping Segments to Market Demand by Micha Gisser, James E. McClure, Giray Okten, and Gary Santoni
Yet Another Refutation of the More Guns, Less Crime Hypothesis—With Some Help From Moody and Marvell by Ian Ayres and John J. Donohue
The Debate on Shall-Issue Laws by Carlisle E. Moody and Thomas B. Marvell
The Soviet Economic Decline Revisited by Brendan K. Beare
Reply to Brendan Beare by William Easterly and Stanley Fischer
The Diluted Economics of Casinos and Crime: A Rejoinder to Grinols and Mustard’s Reply by Douglas M. Walker
Connecting Casinos and Crime: More Corrections of Walker by Earl L. Grinols and David B. Mustard
Smoking in Restaurants: Rejoinder to Alamar and Glantz by David R. Henderson
Externalities in the Workplace: A Response to a Rejoinder to a Response to a Response to a Paper by Benjamin C. Alamar and Stanton A. Glantz
Do Casinos Really Cause Crime? by Douglas M. Walker
Correctly Critiquing Casino-Crime Causality by Earl L. Grinols and David B. Mustard
Highway Penetration of Central Cities: Not a Major Cause of Suburbanization by Wendell Cox, Peter Gordon, and Christian L. Redfearn
Reply to Cox, Gordon, and Redfearn’s Comment on “Did Highways Cause Suburbanization?” by Nathaniel Baum-Snow
Growth Accelerations and Regime Changes: A Correction by Richard Jong-A-Pin and Jakob De Haan
The EITC Disincentive: A Reply to Dr. Hilary Hoynes by Paul Trampe
Gulphs in Mankind’s Career of Prosperity: A Critique of Adam Smith on Interest Rate Restrictions by Jeremy Bentham
Smoking in Restaurants: Who Best to Set the House Rules? by David R. Henderson
Smoking in Restaurants: A Reply to David Henderson by Benjamin C. Alamar and Stanton A. Glantz
Deposit Insurance and Moral Hazard: Capital, Risk, Malfeasance, and Mismanagement by Gary Richardson
Quantifying Moral Hazard: A Reply to Gary Richardson by Linda M. Hooks and Kenneth J. Robinson
The EITC Disincentive: The Effects on Hours Worked from the Phase-out of the Earned Income Tax Credit by Paul Trampe
The EITC Disincentive: A Reply to Paul Trampe by Hilary Hoynes
Symposium Introduction: Trailblazers Too Lightly Mentioned? by Daniel B. Klein
The Economic Analysis of Constitutions: Fatalism Versus Vitalism by Charles B. Blankart and Gerrit B. Koester
The Empirical Institutions-Growth Literature: Is Something Amiss at the Top? by John W. Dawson
Peter Bauer: Blazing the Trail of Development by Ian Vasquez
In Memoriam: Milton Friedman
Empire: Public Goods and Bads by Christopher J. Coyne and Steve Davies
Death and Taxes, Including Inflation: the Public versus Economists by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
Textbooks and Pure Fiscal Policy: The Neglect of Monetary Basics by Lee C. Spector and T. Norman Van Cott
Handling Economic Freedom in Growth Regressions: Suggestions for Clarification by Julio H. Cole and Robert A. Lawson
Handling Economic Freedom in Growth Regressions: A Reply to Cole and Lawson by Jakob De Haan and Jan-Egbert Sturm
On Testing the Connection Between Economic Freedom and Growth by Robert A. Lawson
How to Handle Economic Freedom: Reply to Lawson by Jakob De Haan and Jan-Egbert Sturm
Assume the Positional: Comment on Robert Frank by Andrew Kashdan and Daniel B. Klein
Taking Libertarian Concerns Seriously: Reply to Kashdan and Klein by Robert H. Frank
Work Incentives and Employment Are the Wrong Explanation of Sweden’s Success by Andreas Bergh
Second Reply to Bergh by Peter H. Lindert
A Little More Liberty: What the JEL Omits in Its Account of What the Economic Report of the President Omits by Daniel B. Klein and Michael J. Clark
Benjamin Franklin and Colonial Money: A Reply to Michener and Wright—Yet Again by Farley Grubb
Is the Swedish Welfare State A Free Lunch? by Andreas Bergh
The Welfare State Is the Wrong Target: A Reply to Bergh by Peter H. Lindert
Farley Grubb’s Noisy Evasions on Colonial Money: A Rejoinder by Ronald W. Michener and Robert E. Wright
Miscounting Money of Colonial America by Ronald W. Michener and Robert E. Wright
Theory, Evidence, and Belief—The Colonial Money Puzzle Revisited: Reply to Michener and Wright by Farley Grubb
Rejoinder to Wittman: True Myths by Bryan Caplan
Second Reply to Caplan: The Power and the Glory of the Median Voter by Donald Wittman
From Friedman to Wittman: The Transformation of Chicago Political Economy by Bryan Caplan
Reply to Caplan: On the Methodology of Testing for Voter Irrationality by Donald Wittman
Rejoinder to Pesendorfer by Philip R. P. Coelho, Daniel B. Klein, and James E. McClure
Second Reply to Coelho, Klein, and McClure by Wolfgang Pesendorfer
Adam Smith’s Invisible Hands by Peter Minowitz
“Credibility” in Context: Do Central Bankers and Economists Interpret the Term Differently? by James Forder
Identity and Politics in School Reform Research by Fabio Rojas
Fashion Cycles in Economics by Philip R. P. Coelho, Daniel B. Klein, and James E. McClure
Response to “Fashion Cycles in Economics” by Wolfgang Pesendorfer
Rate of Economic Growth, Level of Development, and Income Inequality: Rejoinder to the Reply by Edwards and McGuirk by Jih Y. Chang and Rati Ram
Does Economic Performance Correlate with Big Government? by Peter Gordon and Lanlan Wang
Kuznets Curveball: Missing the Regional Strike Zone by Jeffrey Edwards and Anya McGuirk
Response to Edwards and McGuirk: Income Level, Economic Growth, and Inequality: Flawed Methodology and Inaccurate Inference by Jih Y. Chang and Rati Ram
Reply to Chang and Ram: Statistical Adequacy and the Reliability of Inference by Jeffrey Edwards and Anya McGuirk
Statist Quo Bias by Daniel B. Klein
Response to Klein by Cass R. Sunstein
Reply to Sunstein by Daniel B. Klein
Rejoinder to De Alessi by Michael Kremer
Overlooking the Obvious in Africa by Jane S. Shaw
How to Get Real About Organs by Alexander Tabarrok
Response to Tabarrok by Margaret M. Byrne and Peter Thompson
Reply to Byrne and Thompson by Alexander Tabarrok
Stock Market Efficiency Withstands Another Challenge: Solving the “Sell in May/Buy after Halloween” Puzzle by Edwin D. Maberly and Raylene M. Pierce
An Ivory-Tower Take on the Ivory Trade by Michael De Alessi
Response to De Alessi by Michael Kremer
Reply to Kremer by Michael De Alessi
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