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Xiiith Annual Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists, Salerno, Italy, April 18-20 2001Xiiith Annual Conference of the European Association of Fisheries Economists, Salerno, Italy, April 18-20 2001
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Chapter 9 Integrating evidence on the determinants of productivityChapter 9 Integrating evidence on the determinants of productivity
Within this framework, existing results from the empirical literature can be evaluated and new directions for future work can be identified
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The Fiscal Burden of Recent Canadian Immigrants Herbert GrubelThe Fiscal Burden of Recent Canadian Immigrants Herbert Grubel
This is a draft of a paper to be presented at the conference: Canadian Immigration Policy: Reassessing the Economic, Demographic and Social Impact on Canada, to be held on June 4 5, 2008 in Montreal, Quebec
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From the \"Tragedy of the Commons\" to the \"Tragedy of the Commonplace\"From the "Tragedy of the Commons" to the "Tragedy of the Commonplace"
Economics is defined so broadly in the textbooks* that an economist would not be outside the profession’s domain to answer the two main policy questions of this conference
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Rational Ignorance and BeyondRational Ignorance and Beyond
Acknowledgements: I thank conference participants and the volume editor s for advice. This essay borrows some of its ideas from Mackie
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Estimating the share of slave earnings retained in 1800 (A.) The Share of Slave Earnings Retained 1849-1859Estimating the share of slave earnings retained in 1800 (A.) The Share of Slave Earnings Retained 1849-1859
Civil War” (Whaples 1995: pp. 146-7). That figure, along with subsequent revisions downward, applies to 1859, six decades after 1800. This fact is obviously important for any 1800 estimate, as will be seen below
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Review of His Work and His EraReview of His Work and His Era
At the same time, it was not a work that provided him admission to the economics establishment of his day. At the time, economists were less inclined to find redeeming qualities to his theories than much more sophisticated
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Chapter 8 Crime and Drugs: a modern Dilemma What\Chapter 8 Crime and Drugs: a modern Dilemma What's in This Chapter and Why
Therefore, a private market system cannot provide public goods efficiently. The existence of property rights enforceable by government leads to crime. So the chapter discusses the efficient level of crime control
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Daniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should PrevailDaniel J. Hansen: Drug Policy: Why Legalization Should Prevail
Greenwald 2009, p. When economic theory, application, cost-benefit analysis, and historical proof are all considered, a preferred policy should prevail
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Dr. Linton Wells II, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Before the Communications Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee July 31, 2001Dr. Linton Wells II, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence Before the Communications Subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee July 31, 2001
Rf spectrum. As the Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence, I am responsible for spectrum policy and management within the Department of Defense
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Problem Set 2 International Finance Shrikhande Fall 2010 suggested solutions to chapter 4 problemsProblem Set 2 International Finance Shrikhande Fall 2010 suggested solutions to chapter 4 problems
From base price levels of 100 in 2000, Japanese and U. S. price levels in 2003 stood at 102 and 106, respectively
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