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New Reserve Books – June 2019

Financial Accounting :International Financial Reporting Standards

Authors: Walter T. Harrison Jr… [and four others].

Publisher: Pearson Education Limited

Year: 2018

Subject: ACCOUNTING ; FINANCIAL STATEMENTS– STANDARDS.

      Description:

Financial Accounting: International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) continues to give readers a solid foundation in the fundamentals of accounting and the basics of financial statements under IFRS, and then builds upon that foundation to offer more advanced and challenging concepts and problems. This approach helps students to better understand the meaning and relevance of financial information and develop the skills needed to analyze financial information in both their courses and careers More …

Financial markets and institutions

Authors: Frederic S. Mishkin and Stanley G. Eakins.

Publisher: Pearson Education Limited

Year: 2018

Subject: FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS– UNITED STATES ; MONEY MARKET– UNITED STATES.

     Description:

Financial Markets and Institutions takes a practical approach to the changing landscape of financial markets and institutions. Best-selling authors Frederic S. Mishkin and Stanley G. Eakins use core principles to introduce students to topics, then examine these models with real-world scenarios. Empirical applications of themes help students develop essential critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, preparing them for future careers in business and finance. The 9th Edition combines the latest, most relevant information and policies with the authors’ hallmark pedagogy to give instructors a refined tool to improve the learning experience More …

Introduction to industrial organization

Authors: Luis M. B. Cabral.

Publisher: MIT Press

Year: 2017

Subject: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION(ECONOMIC THEORY).

      Description:

The study of industrial organization (IO)―the analysis of the way firms compete with one another―has become a key component of economics and of such related disciplines as finance, strategy, and marketing. This book provides an issue-driven introduction to industrial organization. Although formal in its approach, it is written in a way that requires only basic mathematical training. It includes a vast array of examples, from both within and outside the United States. This second edition has been thoroughly updated and revised More …

Introductory econometrics

Authors: Jeffrey M. Wooldrige, Mokhtarul Wadud and Jenny Lye.

Publisher: Cengage Learning Australia

Year: 2017

Subject: ECONOMETRICS.

     Description:

Econometrics is the combined study of economics and statistics and is an applied unit. It is increasingly becoming a core element in finance degrees at upper levels.This first local adaptation of Wooldridge text offers a version of Introductory Econometrics with a structural redesign that will better suit the market along with Asia-Pacific examples and data. Two new chapters at the start of the book have been developed from material originally in Wooldridge appendix section to serve as a clear introduction to the subject and as a revision tool that bridges students transition from basic statistics into econometrics. This adaptation includes data sets from Australian and New Zealand, as well as from the Asia-Pacific region to suit the significant portion of finance students who are from Asia and the likelihood that many graduates will find employment overseas. More …

Monetary theory and policy

Authors: Carl E. Walsh.

Publisher: MIT Press

Year: 2017

Subject: MONEY POLICY.

      Description:

This textbook presents a comprehensive treatment of the most important topics in monetary economics, focusing on the primary models monetary economists have employed to address topics in theory and policy. Striking a balance of insight, accessibility, and rigor, the book covers the basic theoretical approaches, shows how to do simulation work with the models, and discusses the full range of frictions that economists have studied to understand the impacts of monetary policy. Monetary Theory and Policy continues to be the most comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of monetary economics, not only the leading text in the field but also the standard reference for academics and central bank researchers. More …

New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – June 2019

American Economic Review


Volume 109, Number 4 – April 2019

Contents:

  • Public Debt and Low Interest Rate/ Oliver Blanchard/ pp. 1197-1229
  • A Model of Safe Asset Determination/ Zhiguo,Heet.al. pp. 1230 -1262
  • Vulnerable Growth/ Tobias Adrian,et.al. pp. 1263-1289
  • Alcohol and Self-Control : A Field Experiment in India/Frank Schilbach. pp. 1290-1322
  • Selling to Advised Buyers/Andrey Malenko and Anton Tsoy. pp. 1323-
  • Delegated Expertise,Authority and Communication/Inga Deimen and Dezso Szalay. pp. 1349-1374
  • Large Firm Dynamics and the Business Cycle/Vasco M. Carvalho and Basile Grassi. pp. 1375-1425
  • Disrupting Education? Expiremental Evidence on Technology -Aided instruction in Inda/Karthik Muralidharan,et.al. pp. 1426-1460
  • Targeting with in-Kind Transfers: Evidence from Medicaid Home Care/Ethan M. J. Lieber and Lee M. Lockwood. pp. 1461-1485
  • Beyond Truth-Telling :Preference Estimation with Centralized School Choice and Colege Admissions/ Gabrielle,et. al. pp. 1486-1529
  • Subsidizing Health Insurance for Low -Income Adults: Evidence from Massahusetts/ Amy Finkelstein,et.al. pp. 1530-1567
  • (Mis)Allocation, Market Power and Global Oil Extraction/ John Asker,et.al. pp. 1568-1621

AEJ: Applied Economics


Volume 11, Number 2 – April 2019

Contents:

  • Adverse Selection in ACA Exchange MArkets: Evidence from Colorado/ Matthew Panhans. pp. 1-36
  • Externalities and Taxation of Supplemental Insurance: a Study of Medicare and Medigap/ Marika Cabral and Neale Mahoney. pp. 37-73
  • Changes in Workplace Heterogeneity and How They Widen the Gender Wage Gap/ Benjamin Bruns. pp. 74-113
  • Soft Commitments,Reminders and Academic Performance/ Oliver Himmler,et.al. pp. 114-142
  • Was the First Public Health Campaign Successful?/ D. Mark Anderson,et.al. pp. 143-175
  • Using Linked Survey and Administrative Data to Better Measure Income,Implications for Poverty,Program Effectiveness and Holes in the Safety Net/ Bruce D. Meyer and Nikolas Mittag. pp. 176-204
  • Property Rights and Gender Bias:Evidence from Land Reform in West Bengal/Sonia Bhalotra,et.al. pp. 205-237
  • Temperature and Decisions:Evidence from 207,000 Court Cases/ Anthony Heyes and Soodeh Saberian. pp. 328-265
  • Cooperation in Polygynous Households/Abigail Barr,et.al. pp. 266-283
  • Bridging the Intention-Behavior Gap? The Effect of Plan -Making Prompts on Job Search and Employment/ Martin Abel,et.al. pp. 284-301
  • Health Care Spending and Utilization in Public and Private Medicare/Vilsa Curto,et.al. pp. 302-332

AEJ:Macroeconomics


Volume 11, Number 2 – April 2019

Contents:

  • Housing Constraints and Spatial Misallocation/ Chang-Tai Hsieh and Enrico Moretti. pp.1-39
  • Underemployment and the Trickle-Down of Unemployment / Regis Barnichon and Yanos Zylberberg. pp. 40-78
  • Natural Resources and Global Misallocation / Alexander Monge-Naranjo, et.al. pp. 79-126
  • Capital Flows and Foreign Exchange Intervention/Paolo Cavallino. pp. 127-170
  • Fixed -Wage Contracts and Monetary Non-neutrality/ Maria Bjorklund,et.al. pp. 171-192
  • Reconsidering the Consequences of Worker Displacements:Firm versus Worker Perspective/ Aaron Flaaen, et.al. pp. 193-227
  • Failure to Launch:Housing,Debt Overhang and the Inflation Option/ Aaron Hedlund.pp. 228-274
  • Financing Constraints,Radical Versus Incremental Innovation and Aggregate Productivity/ Andrea Caggese. pp. 275-309
  • Product Turnover and the Cost-of-Living Index: Quality Versus Fashion Effects/ Kozo Ueda,et.al. pp. 310-347
  • Changes in Between-Group Inequality: Computers,Occupations and International Trade/ Arie l Burstein,et.al. pp. 348-400

Journal of Economic Literature


Volume 57, Number 1 – March 2019

Contents:

  • Digital economics/ Avi Goldfarb and Catherine Tucker. pp. 3-43
  • Information Design: a unified perspective/ Dirk Bergemann and Stephen Morris. pp. 44-95
    Review Esay on Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies by Claire Adida David Laitin and Marie -Anne Valfort/ Thierry Verdier. pp. 96-119
  • Gorbachev Versus Deng: A Review of Chris Millers the Struggle to Save the Soviet Economy/ Sergeri Guriev. pp. 120-146
  • The Devil is in the Details: Implications of Samuel Bowles’s The Moral Economy for Economics and Policy Research/ Rachel Kranton. pp. 147-179
  • Book Reviews. pp 180-189
  • Annotated Listings of New Books. pp.190-254