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Socially Responsible Investing by Universities and Colleges, with R. Smith, Financial Management, forthcoming, 2016.
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Fiscal Policymaking and the Central Bank Institutional Constraint Una Vez Más: New Latin American Evidence.” Public Choice 167: 3-4, pp. 277-289. Bjerk, David. (2016). “
Mandatory Minimum Reform and the Sentencing of Crack Cocaine Defendants: An Analysis of the Fair Sentencing Act.” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (forthcoming). Bjerk, David. (2016, forthcoming). “
In Front of and Behind the Veil of Ignorance: An Analysis of Motivations for Redistribution Inside and Outside the Lab.” Social Choice and Welfare. Davis, Joseph and Marc D. Weidenmier. (2016). “America’s First Great Moderation.” NBER Working Paper #21856. Press Coverage (
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The Clean Air Act Watch List: An Enforcement and Compliance Natural Experiment.” Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists 3: 627-665. Burdekin, Richard, Hughson, Eric, and Jinlin Gu. “
A First Look at Brexit and Global Equity Markets.” Applied Economics Lettering (forthcoming).
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Was the Classical Gold Standard Credible on the Periphery? Lessons from Currency Risk.” Journal of Economic History, 5(2): 479-511. (also published as NBER Working Paper #15401). Burdekin, Richard and Marc D. Weidenmier. (2015). “
Assessing the Impact of the Chinese Stimulus Package at Home and Abroad: A Damp Squib?” China Economic Review, 33: 137-62. Haber, Steve, Mitchener, Kris, Oosterlinck, Kim and Marc D. Weidenmier, “
Victory or Repudiation? Predicting the Winners of Civil Wars using International Financial Markets (2015).” (published as NBER Working Paper #13567) Journal of Banking and Finance. Asaf Bernstein & Eric Hughson & Marc D. Weidenmier. (2014). “
Counterparty Risk and the Establishment of the New York Stock Exchange Clearinghouse.” (published as NBER Working Papers 20459). Heather Antecol. (2015). “
Career and Family Choices Among Elite Liberal Arts Graduates.” Demography. Richard Burdekin & Xinzhu Li. (2014). “
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“The Effects of Reconstruction Finance Corporation Assistance on Michigan’s Banks’ Survival in the 1930s.” Explorations in Economic History (2013). Burdekin, Richard C and Yang, Yang (Amanda)
“Cross Market-Trading in China’s Large State-owned Commercial Banks.” Contemporary Economic Policy (2012). Blomberg, S. Brock, Fernholz, Ricardo and Levin, John-Clark.
“Terrorism and the Invisible Hook.” Southern Economic Journal (2013). Blomberg, S. Brock and Engel, Roz.
“Lines in the Sand: Border Effects, Economic Integration and Disintegration of Post- War Iraq.” Journal of Law and Economics (2012). Antecol, Heather and Cobb-Clark, Deborah.
“Do Psychosocial Traits Help Explain Gender Segregation in Young People’s Occupations?” Labour Economics (2013). Antecol, Heather and Steinberger, Michael (2013).
“Labor Supply Differences Between Married Heterosexual Women and Partnered Lesbians: A Semi-Parametric Decomposition Approach.” Economic Inquiry. Antecol, Heather and Kiholm-Smith, Janet (2012).
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“Identifying the effects of a lender of last resort on financial markets: lessons from the founding of the fed.” Journal of Financial Economics.
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“Terrorism and the Returns to Oil.” Economics and Politics. Burdekin, Richard C.K. Redfern, Luke (2009). “Stock Market Sentiment and the Draining of China’s Savings Deposits.”
Economics Letters. Burdekin, Richard C.K., Redfern, Luke (2008). “Sentiment Effects on China Share Prices and Savings Deposits: the Post 2009 Experience.”
China Economic Review. Brown, William O., J. Harold Mulherin, and Marc D. Weidenmier (2008). “
Competing with the NYSE.” Quarterly Journal of Economics. (also published as NBER Working Paper #12343). Mitchener, Kris and Marc D. Weidenmier (2008. “
Trade and Empire.” Economic Journal. (also published as NBER Working Paper #13765). Bordo, Michael D., Christopher Meissner, and Marc D. Weidenmier (2008). “
Currency Mismatches and the Costs of Finance: Lessons from an Exogenous Exchange Rate Depreciation.” Journal of International Money and Finance. (also published as NBER Working Paper #13403). Mitchener, Kris and Marc D. Weidenmier (2008). “
The Baring Crisis and the Great Latin American Meltdown of the 1890s.” Journal of Economic History, 68:462-500. (also published as NBER Working Paper #12343). Burdekin, Richard C.K. and Marc D. Weidenmier (2008). “
Can Interest-Bearing Money Circulate? A Small Denomination Arkansan Experiment, 1861-1863.” Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking, 40:233-240.