Archive of NBER Digest -- 2002
Impact of Devaluations on Commodity Firms
Whose Employment is Affected by Unions?
The G.I. Bill, World War II, and the Education of Black Americans
Credit Access Cuts Child Labor in Developing Countries
Social Insurance Programs Have Large Labor Supply Effects
Is Trade Good for the Enviroment?
Generous Bankruptcy Rules Limit Small Firm Credit
Taxes and Entrepreneurial Activity
Women and Post-WWII Wages
Government Size and Taxpayer Cheating
The Powerful Anti-takeover Force of Staggered Boards
Newer Drugs Cut Health Care Costs
The Higher Education Labor Market
Economic Growth is Reducing Global Poverty
Is Art a Good Investment?
The Small Cost of Accountability
Does In-Service Teacher Training Raise Student Achievement?
Drug Treatment is a Crime Fighting Tool
Global Links Raise Asian Countries' Productivity
Alcohol and Drug Use Increases Suicidal Behaviors
The Disturbing "Rise" of Global Income Inequity
Globalization Reduces Child Labor in Vietnam
Looting Mexican Banks
Do Cigarette Taxes Make Smokers Happier?
Higher Alcohol Prices and Student Drinking
A Rehabilitation of Monetary Policy in the 1950s
The Retirement Effects of Canada's Income Security Programs
Why Don't Americans Hold More Foreign Stock?
Orphan Drugs Cure Rare Diseases
Buying a Car on the Internet
Higher Downside Risk Brings Greater Returns
Taxes and Health Insurance
Value of S & P Membership is Growing
Mental Illness and Substance Abuse
Does Social Security Redistribute to Low Income Groups?
Why do Death Rates Decline?
Measuring the Stress of Financial Traders
Aging and Housing Equity
Immigrant and Native Responses to Welfare Reform
Incentive Effects of HMO Contracts
Tax Rates and Tax Evasion
Hospital Ownership Affects Heart Attack Care