Category Archives: Periodicals

New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – April 2019

American Economic Review


Volume 109, Number 1 – January 2019

Contents:

  • Elite Colleges and Upward mobility to Top Jobs and Top Incomes/ Seth D. Zimmerman. pp. 1-47
  • Some Causal Effects of an Industrial Policy/ Chiara Criscuolo,et. al. pp. 48-85
  • Are Low Interest Rates Deflationary?A Paradox of Perfect -Foresight Analysis/ Mariana Garcia-Schmidt and Michael Woodford. pp. 86-120
  • The Long- Term Effects of Management and Technology Transfers/ Michaela Giorcelli. pp. 121-170
  • An Economic Analysis of Privacy protection and Statistical Accuracy as Social Choices/ John M. Abowd and Ian M. Schutte. pp. 171-202
  • How to Patents Affect Follow -On Innovation? Evidence from the Human- Genome/ Bhaven Sampat and Heidi L. Williams. pp. 203-236
  • Making Moves Matter: Experimental Evidence on Incentivizing Bureaucrats through Performance -Based Postings/ Adnan Q. Khan,et. al. pp. 237-270
  • Optimal Regulation of Financial Intermediaries/ Sebastian Di Tella. pp. 271-324

AEJ: Applied Economics


Volume 11, Number 1 – January 2019

Contents:

  • Are Credit Markets Still Local? Evidence from Bank Branch Closings/Hoal -Luu Q. Nguyen. pp. 1-32
  • The Casual Effect of Competition on Prices and Quality: Evidence from a Field Expirement / Matias Busso and Sebastian Gallani. pp. 33-56
  • Understanding the Average Impact of Microcredit Expansions: a Bayesian Hierarchical Analysis of Seven Randomized Experiments/Rachael Meager. pp. 57-91
  • Job Search Periods for Welfare Applicants: Evidence from a Randomized Expirement/ Jonneke Bolhaar,et. al. pp. 92-125
  • Partners in Crime/ Stephen B. Billings, David J. Deming and Stephen L. Ross. pp. 126-150
  • The Effect of Pollution on Worker Productivity: Evidence from Call Center Workers in China/ Tom Y. Chang,et.al. pp. 151-172
  • Sever Air Pollution and Labor Productivity: Evidence from Industrial Towns in China/ Jiaxiu He, et. al. pp. 173-235
  • The Welfare Effects of Nudges: A case Study of Energy Use Social Comparisons/ Hunt Allcott and Judd B. Kessler. p.236-276
  • Financial Incentives as Signals:Experimental Evidence from the Recruitment of Village Promoters in Uganda/ Erika Deserranno. pp. 277-317
  • Early Childhood Education by Television: Lessons from Sesame Street/ Melissa S. Kearney and Phillip B. Levine. pp. 318-350

AEJ: Macroeconomics


Volume 11, Number 1 – January 2019

Contents:

  • A Model of Secular Stagnation:Theory and Quantitative Evaluation/Gaiti B. Eggertsson,Neil R. Mehrotra and Jacob  A. Robbins. pp. 1-48
  • Learning ,Career Paths and  the Distribution of Wages/ Santiago  Caicedo,Robert E. Lucas Jr. and Esteban Rossi-Hansberg. pp. 49-88
  • Fiscal  Austerity in Ambigous Times/ Axelle Ferriere and Anastasios G. Karantounias. pp. 89-131
  • When is Foreign Exchange Intervention Effective?Evidence from 33 countries/ Marcel Fratzscher, et. al. pp. 132-156
  • Monetary Policy,Real Activity and  Credit Spreads: Evidence from  Bayesian Proxy SVARs/ Dario Caldara and  Edward Herbst. pp.157-192
  • Demographic  Structure and Macroeconomic Trends/ Yunus Aksoy,et. al. pp. 193-222
  • The Urban Mortality Transition and Poor -Country Urbanization/ Remi Jedwab and  Dietrich Vollrath. pp. 223-275
  • Firm Uncertainty Cycles and the  Propagation of Nominal Shocks/ Isaac Baley and  Andres Blanco. pp. 276-337
  • Inventory Management,Product Quality  and Cross-Country  Income Differences/ Bernardo S.  Blum, et. al. pp. 338-388
  • Employment Adjustment and Part-Time  Work: Lessons from the  United  States and  the  United Kingdom/ Daniel  Borowczyk-Martins and  Etienne Lale. pp.389-435

New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – March 2019

Cambridge Journal of Economics


Volume 42, Number 5 – September 2018

Contents:

  • Great Expectations and Final Disillusionment: Keynes, “My Early Beliefs” and the Ultimate Values of Capitalism/ Anna M. Carabelli and Mario A. Cedrini. pp. 1183-1204
  • The Liquidity of Money/ M. G. Hayes. pp. 1205-1218
  • An Initial ‘Keynesian illness’? Friedman on Taxation and the Inflationary Gap/ Enrico Sergio Levrero. pp. 1219-1237
  • Wang Anshi’s Economic Reforms: Proto-Keynesian Economic Policy in Song Dynasty China/ Xuan Zhao and Wolfgang Drechsler. pp. 1239-1254
  • Macroeconomic Priorities Revisited: The Behavioural Foundations of Stabilization Policies/ Fabio D’Orlando and Francesco Ferrante. pp. 1255-1275
  • Debt Cycles, Instability and Fiscal Rules: A Godley-Minsky Synthesis/ Yannis Dafermos. pp. 1277-1313
  • Financialised Internationalisation and Structural Hierarchies: A Mixed-Method Study of Exchange Rate Determination in Emerging Economies/ Annina Kaltenbrunner. pp. 1315-1341
  • Tailwinds from the East: How has the Rising Share of Imports from Emerging Markets Affected Import Prices?/ John Lewis and Jumana Saleheen. pp. 1343-1365
  • Unproductive Accumulation in the USA: A New Analytical Framework/ Tomas N. Rotta. pp. 1367-1392
  • The Effects of Financialization on Investment: Evidence from Firm-Level Data for the UK/ Daniele Tori and Ozlem Onaran. pp. 1393-1416
  • Job Seeker’s Allowance (JSA) Benefit Sanctions and Labour Market Outcomes in Britain, 2001-2014/ Martin Taulbut, Daniel F. Mackay and Gerry McCartney. pp. 1417-1434
  • Cornelius Castoriadis on Institutions: A Proposal for a Schema of Institutional Change/ Angelos T. Vouldis. pp. 1435-1458
  • Decision-Making Processes and Multilayered Institutional Order: Lionel Robbins’s Legacy/ Fabio Masini. pp. 1459-1472
  • The Convoluted Influence of Robbins’s Thinking on the Emergence of Economics Imperialism/ Ignacio Falgueras-Sorauren. pp. 1473-1494

Health Affairs


Volume 38, Number 2 – February 2019

Contents:

  • Hospitals, Health IT, and more/ Alan R. Weil. pp. 175
  • Court Rules Individual Mandate, Entire ACA Unconstitutional/ Katie Keith. pp. 176-177
  • For Women Living with HIV, a Trauma-Informed Approach to Care/ Brian Rinker. pp. 178-183
  • Hospital Prices Grew Substantially Faster Than Physician Prices for Hospital-Based Care in 2007-14/ Zack Cooper et. al. pp. 184-189
  • Performance of Safety-Net Hospitals in Year 1 of the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement Model/ Caroline P. Thirukumaran et. al. pp. 190-196
  • Does Health Information Exchange Improve Patient Outcomes? Empirical Evidence from Florida Hospitals/ Min Chen, Sheng Guo and Xuan Tan. pp. 197-204
  • Access to E-Prescriptions and Related Technologies Before and After Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria/ Jaime Y. Smith and Max M. Sow. pp. 205-211
  • Health System Approaches are Needed to Expand Telemedicine Use Across Nine Latin American Nations/ Cynthia M. LeRouge et. al. pp. 212-221
  • Explaining the Slowdown in Medical Spending Growth Among the Elderly, 1999-2012/ David M. Cutler et. al. pp. 222-229
  • Variation in Health Spending Growth for the Privately Insured from 2007 to 2014/ Zack Cooper et. al. pp. 230-236
  • Health Care Spending Slowed After Rhode Island Applied Affordability Standards to Commercial Insurers/ Aaron Baum et. al. pp. 237-245
  • Improving the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule: Make It Part of Value-Based Payment/ Robert A. Berenson and Paul B. Ginsburg. pp. 246-252
  • Risk Adjustment in Medicare ACO Program Deters Coding Increases But May Lead ACOs to Drop High-Risk Beneficiaries/ Adam A. Markovitz et. al. pp. 253-261
  • Medicare Advantage and Commercial Prices for Mental Health Services/ Daria Pelech and Tamara Hayford. pp. 262-267
  • Primary Care Office Visits for Acute Care Dropped Sharply in 2002-15, While ED Visits Increased Modestly/ Shih-Chuan Chou et. al. pp. 268-275
  • In States that Border Mexico, Cesarean Rates were Highest for Hispanic Women Living in Border Counties in 2015/ Jill A. McDonald et. al. pp. 276-286
  • A Transitioning Epidemic: How the Opioid Crisis is Driving the Rise in Hepatitis C/ David Powell, Abby Alpert and Rosalie L. Pacula. pp. 287-294
  • Qualifying Conditions of Medical Cannabis License Holders in the United States/ Kevin F. Boehnke et. al. pp. 295-302
  • Trends in Coverage for Disease-Modifying Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis in Medicare Part D/ Daniel M. Hartung et. al. pp. 303-312
  • Impact of the Priority Review Voucher Program on Drug Development for Rare Pediatric Diseases/ Thomas J. Hwang et. al. pp. 313-319
  • Managing Cancer Patients’ Expectations Amid Hope and Hype/ Joseph O. Jacobson. pp. 320-323
  • Homelessness and Health Care: What is Being Funded?/ Lee L. Prina. pp. 324-325
  • BookMarks. pp. 326-327
  • Immeasurable Time Bias in Exposure to Ivacaftor/ Amir Sarayani and Almut Gertrud Winterstein. pp. 328
  • Cystic Fibrosis and Ivacaftor Use: The Authors Reply/ Lisa B. Feng, Scott D. Grosse and Gregory S. Sawicki. pp. 328
  • Educating Caregivers to Provide Safe Care/ Marjorie S. Wiggins, Peter Bates and James Benneyan. pp. 328
  • Covering the Uninsured in California/ Lucy Johns. pp. 329
  • Covering All Californians: The Authors Reply/ Walter A. Zelman and Lucien Wulsin. pp. 329-330
  • Priorities in Patient Safety/ Hyung J. Cho and Mona Krouss. pp. 330
  • Real-Time Patient Safety Surveillance Program/ Asghar Shah. pp. 330-331
  • Real-Time Patient Safety: The Authors Reply/ David Classen and Drew Ladner. pp. 331
  • Telemedicine in Substance Use Disorder Treatment/ David Barash. pp. 331
  • Errata. pp. 332

Health Affairs


Volume 38, Number 1 – January 2019

Contents:

  • Substance Use,Payment and More/ Alan R. Weil. pp. 7
  • Primary Care Where Everybody Knows Your Name/ Bara L. Vaida. pp. 8-13
  • Medication Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders in Substance Use Treatment Facilities/ Ramin Mojtabai,et. al. pp. 14-23
  • Trends in Buprenorphine Prescribing by Physician specialty/ Hefei Wen, et. al. pp. 24-28
  • Divergence in Recent Trends in Deaths from Intentional and Unitentional Poisoning/ Katherine Hemstead and Julie Phillips. pp.29-35
  • Decreases in Roadmissions Credited to Medicare’s Program to Reduce Hospital Readmissions Have Been Overstated/ Christopher Ody, et. al. pp. 36-43
  • National Representativeness of Hospitals and Markets in Medicare’s Mandatory Bundled Payment Program/ Joshua M. Liao,et. al. pp. 44-53
  • An Alternative Payment Model to Support Widespread Use of Collaborative Dementia Care Models/ Malaz Boustani, et. al. pp. 54-59
  • Targeted Incentive Programs for Lung Cancer Screening Can Improve Population Health and Economic Efficiency/ David D. Kim, et. al. pp. 60-67
  • What’s Been the Bang for the Buck? Cost-Effectiveness of Health Care Spending Across Selected Conditions in the US/ David Wamble,et. al. pp. 68-75
  • The Contribution of NEw Product Entry Versus Existing Product Inflation in the Rising Costs of Drugs/ Inmaculada Hernandez, et. al. pp. 76-83
  • Seven Former FDA Commissioners: The FDA Should be an Independent Dederal Agency/ Robert M. Califf, et. al. pp. 84-86
  • Its Still the Prices,Stupid : Why the US Spends so Much on Health Care and a Tribute to Uwe Reinhardt/ Gerard F. Anderson,et. al. pp. 87-95
  • National Health Care Spending in 2017: Growth Slows to Post- Great Recession Rates;Share of GDP Stabilizes/ Anne B. Martin, et. al. pp. 96-106
  • Characteristics and Spending Patterns of Persistently High -Cost Medicare Patients/ Jose F. Figueroa, et. al. pp. 107-114
  • Top-Funded Digital Health Companies and their Impact on High -Burden,High -Cost Conditions/ Kyan Safavi, et. al. pp. 115-123
  • Access to Hearing Care Services Among Older Medicare Beneficiaries Using Hearing Aids/ Amber Willink, et. al. pp. 124-131
  • Antipoverty Impact of Medicaid Growing with State Expansions over Time/ Naomi Zewde and Christopher Wimer. pp. 132-138
  • Homelessness Contributes to Pregnancy Complications/ Robin E. Clark, et. al. pp. 139-146
  • Potential Effects of Eliminating the Individual Mandate Penalty in California/ Vicki Fung , et. al. pp. 147-154
  • Past Frequent Emergency Department Use Predicts Mortality/ Matthew J. Niedzwiecki, et. al. pp. 155-158
  • Pain Behavior:What My Pain Treatment ot Wrong/ Jonathan D. Mayer. pp. 159-163
  • The John A. Harford Foundation and the Growth of Geriatrics/ Stephen Isaacs, et. al. pp. 164-168

Health Policy and Planning


Volume 33, Number 9 – November 2018

Contents:

  • Developing more Participatory and Accountable Institutions for Health: Identifying Health System Research Priorities for the Sustainable Development Goal-Era/ K Scott et. al. pp. 975-987
  • Does Supportive Supervision Enhance Community Health Worker Motivation? A Mixed-Methods Study in Four African Countries/ M C Kok et. al. pp. 988-998
  • Estimating the Cost and Cost-Effectiveness for Obstetric Fistula Repair in Hospitals in Uganda: A Low Income Country/ I Epiu et. al. pp. 999-1008
  • Building Informed Trust: Developing an Educational Tool for Injection Practices and Health Insurance in Cambodia/ S Ozawa et. al. pp. 1009-1017
  • Long-term Care Systems as Social Security: The Case of Chile/ P Villalobos Dintrans. pp. 1018-1025
  • Does Payment for Performance Increase Performance Inequalities Across Health Providers? A Case Study of Tanzania/ P Binyaruka et. al. pp. 1026-1036
  • How does Managed Competition Affect Hospital Prices in a Social Health Insurance System? The Colombian Case/ R Fernando, A-B Leticia and T Antonio J. pp. 1037-1046
  • The Impact of Out-of-Pocket Costs on Treatment Commencement and Adherence in Chronic Kidney Disease: A Systematic Review/ R Dodd et. al. pp. 1047-1054