December 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
How Quantitative Easing Affected Mortgage Refinancing
How Do Venture Capitalists Make Decisions?
1776 Was More About Representation than Taxation
Putting Price Tags on Alternative Work Arrangements
Explaining the Growth of the Alternative Workforce
Fund Managers from Poor Families Often Achieve Better Results
November 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Immigrants Play a Key Role in STEM Fields
Fed Strategies in the Great Depression and the Great Recession
Do Private Equity Funds Manipulate Reported Returns?
Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Watch Out for... Who?
Chicago's Experiment in Achieving Diversity in Elite Public Schools
Are Publicly Insured Children Less Likely to Be Hospitalized?
October 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Does 'Ban the Box' Help or Hurt Low-Skilled Workers?
The Liquidity Cost of Private Equity Investments
Unconventional Fiscal Policy and Consumption Spending
A Role for Fossil Fuels in Renewable Energy Diffusion
Licensing of Midwives and Maternal Mortality
To Change, or Not to Change? Just Flip a Coin
September 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Do Tax Incentives for Research Increase Firm Innovation?
Do Credit Card Companies Screen for Behavioral Biases?
The Effect of Pollution on Worker Productivity
Did a Legal Ivory Sale Increase Smuggling and Poaching?
Credit Controls and Monetary Policy: What U.K. History Teaches
Means Testing Social Security: Income Versus Wealth
August 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Money Market Fund Reactions to Very Low Interest Rates
Tuskegee, Trust in Doctors, and the Health of Black Men
Financial Impacts of Medicaid Expansion under the ACA
Social Networks and Housing Markets
Teacher Specialization and Production of Human Capital
Cash for Carbon: Payments for Conservation Reduce Deforestation
July 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Real Effects of Liquidity during the Financial Crisis
Cost Pass-through Rule Reduces Incentive to Stop Methane Leaks
Tracking the Dust Bowl Migrants of the 1930s
Why So Many Investors Believe Trouble Lies Ahead
'Pay to Delay' Settlements in Patent Litigation
Volatility and the Gains from Trade
June 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Is the U.S. Productivity Slowdown a Mirage?
Bias against Novelty in Science: A Cautionary Tale
Does Foreign Aid Spur Recipient Countries' Growth?
Labor Supply and the Old Age Assistance Program
The Gambler's Fallacy
Where Are ISIS's Foreign Fighters Coming From?
May 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
For Better and Worse, Class Enviroment a Powerful Influence
Tracking the Gifted Boosts High-Achieving Minorities
Disruptive Students Affect Long-term Prospects of Their Classmates
Childhood Environment and Gender Gaps in Adulthood
The Effect of Disability Insurance Payments on Beneficiaries' Earnings
Comparing Urbanization in Rich and Poor Nations
University Innovation and the Professor's Privilege
April 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Health Capacity to Work at Older Ages:
Evidence from the U.S.
Stable Options Grants: An Explanation for the Rise in CEO Pay
Prompt Patent Approval Spurs Startup Growth
Moral Hazard and Adverse Selection in Health Insurance
Testing versus Manager Discretion in Hiring
The Impact of Early Female Jurors on Criminal Cases
March 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
How Angel Investors Help Startup Firms
When Temporary Tax Incentives Work, and for Which Firms
Does Science Advance One Funeral at a Time?
Training and Retention of Older Workers in Germany
Declining Wealth and Work Among Male Veterans
Technology and the Geography of Foreign Exchange
February 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Hospital Prices and Health Spending Among the Privately Insured
The Cap-and-Trade Sulfur Dioxide Allowances Market Experiment
When Mom and Dad Both Can Get Paid Family Leave
Current Population Survey Overestimates Poverty Rate
The Number of High-Growth, Job-Creating Young Firms is Declining
Immigrants and Gender Roles: Assimilation vs. Culture
January 2016 Issue Full issue available as PDF
Who Owns U.S. Business? How Much Tax Do They Pay?
Market Bubbles: What Goes Up Doesn't Always Come Down
Time-Starved Skilled Workers May Be Driving Gentrification
Parents Increasingly Divide Bequests Unequally
Household Debt and Business Cycles Worldwide
Cross-Country Differences in Exchange Rate Effects on Inflation
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