LOWE INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY

Working Papers 

2010.01 - Heather Antecol - Do Non-Cognitive Skills Help Explain the Occupational Segregation of Young People?

2010.01 - Manfred Keil and J.S.V. Symons - The Housing Market and the U.S. Business Cycle

2009.04 - Heather Antecol and Janet Kiholm Smith - The Early Decision Option in College Admission and its Impact on Student Diversity

2009.03 - Yaron Raviv and Nathan Barrymore '09 - The Effect of Different Reserve Prices on Auction Outcomes

2009.02 - Heather Antecol and Michael Steinberger - Female Labor Supply Differences by Sexual Orientation: A Semi-Parametric Decomposition Approach

2009.01 - Manfred Keil and James Symons - The 2009 Recession in the U.S.

2008.08 - Marc D. Weidenmier, Joseph H. Davis, Roger Aliaga-Diaz
Is Sugar Sweeter at the Pump?  The Macroeconomic Impact of Brazil's Alternative Energy Program

2008.07 - Eric Hughson, Marc D. Weidenmier and Asaf Bernstein
Can a Lender-of-Last-Resort Stabilize Financial Markets?  Lessons from the Founding of the Fed

2008.06 - Richard C. K. Burdekin and Luke Redfern
Stock Market Sentiment and the Draining of China’s Savings Deposits

2008.05- Eric Helland and Alexander Tabarrok
Product Liability and Moral Hazard:  Evidence from General Aviation

2008.04 - Richard C. K. Burdekin and Luke Redfern
Sentiment Effects on Chinese Share Prices and Savings Deposits:  The 2003-2007 Experience

2008.03 - Brock Blomberg, Gregory Hess and J. Hunter Jackson
Terrorism and the Returns to Oil

2008.02 - S. Brock Blomberg and Rozlyn C. Engel, U.S. Military Academy
Lines in the Sand: Border Effects, Economic Integration and Disintegration of Post-War Iraq

2008.01- S. Brock Blomberg, Gregory D. Hess & CESifo, Yaron Raviv
Where Have All the Heroes Gone? A Self-Interested, Economic Theory of Heroism