Category Archives: Periodicals

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

New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – May 2019

American Economic Review


Volume 109, Number 2 – February 2019

Contents:

  • When Britain Turned Inward :the Impact of Interwar British Protection/ Alan De Bromhead, et. al. pp. 325-352
  • The Taxing Deed of Globalization/ Peter H. Egger, et. al. pp. 353-390
  • Drilling Like Theres no Tomorrow: Bankruptcy,Insurance and Environmental Risk/ Judson Boomhower. pp. 391-426
  • Recovery from the Depression: the Farm Channel in Spring 1933/ Joshua K. Hausman, et.al. pp. 427-472
  • Equilibrium Provider Networks: Bargaining and Exclusion in Health Care Markets/ Kate Ho and Robins S. Lee. pp. 473-555
  • The Social Value of Financial Expertise/ Pablo Kurlat. pp. 556-590
  • Learning to Coordinate : A Study in Retail Gasoline /David P. Byrne and Nicolas de Roos. pp. 591-619
  • Fairness and Frictions: the Impact of Unequal Raises on Quit Behavior/ Arindrajit Dube, et.al. pp. 620-603
  • Financing Durable Assets/ Adriano A. Rampini. pp. 664-701
  • Optimal Trend Inflation/Klaus Adam and Henning Weber. pp. 702-737

AEJ: Economic Policy


Volume 11, Number 1 – February 2019

Contents:

  • Are Consumers Poorly Informed about Fuel Economy? Evidence from two Expirements / Hunt Alcott and Christopher Knittel. pp. 1-37
  • Who Really Benefits from Consumption Tax Cuts? Evidence from a Large Reform in France/ Youssef Benzarti and Dorian Carloni. pp. 38-63
  • The Long -Run Impacts of Financial Aid: Evidence from California’s Cal Grant/ Eric Bettinger, et. al. pp. 64-94
  • Direct and Spillover Effects of Middle School Vaccination Requirements / Christopher S. Carpenter and Emily C. Lawler. pp. 95-125
  • Best Prices: Price Discrimination and Consumer Substitution / Judith A. Chevalier and Anil K. Kashyap. pp. 126-159
  • Judicial Politics and Sentences Decisions / Alma Cohen and Cyrstal S. Yang. pp. 160 -191
  • Physician Beliefs and Patient Preferences: a New Look at Regional Variation in Health Care
  • Spending/ David Cutler, et. al. pp. 192-221
  • Does it Matter it your Health Insurer is for Profit? Effects of Ownership on Premiums ,Insurance Coverage and Medical Spending/ Leemore Dafny. pp. 222-265
    effectiveness of Fiscal Incentives for R&D: Quasi-experimental Evidence/ Irem Guceri and Li Liu. pp. 266 -291
  • Stimulating the Vote: ARRA Road Spending and Vote Share/ Emiliano Huet -Vaughn. pp. 292-316
  • The Out -of – State Tuition Distortion/ Brian Knight and Nathan Schift. pp. 317-350
  • Liquadity Constraint Tightness and Consumer Responses to Fiscal Stimulus Policy/ Claus Thustrup Kreiner,et. al. pp. 351-379
  • Patchwork Policies,Spillovers and the Search for Oil and Gas/ Eric Lewis. pp. 380-405
  • An Estimable Model of Income Redistribution in a Federation: Mustgrave Meets Oates/ Kevin
  • Milligan and Michael Smart. pp. 406-434

AEJ: Microeconomics


Volume 11, Number 1 – February 2019

Contents:

  • The Impact of Monitoring in Infinitely Repeated Games: Perfect,Public and Private / Masaki Aoyagi, et.al. pp. 1-43
  • The Risk of Failure :Trial and Error Learning and Long-Run Performance / Steven Callander and Niko Matouschek.pp. 44-78
  • Impressionable Voters/ Costel Andonie and Daniel Diermeir. pp. 79-104
  • Make and Buy :Outsourcing ,Vertical Integration and Cost Reduction / Simon Loertscher and Michael H. Riordan.pp.105-123
  • Zone Pricing in Retail Oligopoly/ Brian Adam and Kevin R. Williams. pp. 124-156
  • Competition in Treasury Auctions / Helmut Elsinger,Philipp Schmidt-Dengler, et. al. pp. 157-184
  • Randomizing Endowments: an Experimental Study of Rational Expectations and Reference-Dependent Preferences/ Annette Cerulli-Harms,et.al. pp. 185-207
  • Market Share Contracts, Exclusive Dealing and the Integer Problem/ Zhijun Chen and GReg Shaffer.pp. 208-242
  • Collective Choice in Dynamic Public Good Provision / T. Renee Bowen, et. al. pp. 243-298
  • The Evolution of Cooperation:the Role of Costly Strategy Adjustments/ Julian Romero and Yaroslav Rosokha. pp. 299-328

Health Affairs


Volume 38, Number 3 – March 2019

Contents:

  • Patients as Consumer / Alan R. Weil. pp. 343-
  • Community – Focused Health Care for the  Seriously Ill / Jessica Bylander. pp. 344-346
  • For a Big -City Health Department a New  Focus on Health  Equity / Rebecca Gale. pp. 347-351
  • Consumer – Facing Data, Information and Tools:Self Management of  Health  in the  Digital  Age / Karandeep Singh, et. al. pp. 352 -358
  • Patient Engagement in Research: Early Findings from  the  Patient- Centered Outcomes
  • Research  Institute / Laura P. Forsythe et.al. pp. 359-367
  • Patient  – centered Care , Yes: Patients as  Consumers,No / Michael K. Gusmano, et. al. pp. 368-373
  • Americans Growing Exposure to Clinician Qualit  Information: Insights and  Implications / Mark J. Schlesinger, et. al. pp. 374-382
  • Technology -Enabled Consumer Engagement:Promising Practices at  Four  Health Care
  • Delivery Organizations /Ming Tai-Seale, et.al. pp. 383-390
  • Barriers and  Facilitators to  Community-Based Participatory Mental  Health Care  Research for  Racial and  Ethnic Minorities / Jonathan Delman, et. al. pp. 391-398
  • Understanding  What Information is  Valued  by  Research Participants, and why / Consuelo H. Wilkins, et. al. pp. 399-407
  • Vulnerable and Less Vulnerable Women in High  Deductible  Health  Plans Experienced Delayed Breast Cancer / J. Frank Wharam, et.al. pp. 408-415
  • A Survey of Americans with  High -Deductible Health Plans Identifies Opportunities to Enhance Consumer Behaviors / Jeffrey T. Kullgren, et. al. pp. 416-430
  • Engaging Beneficiaries in Medicaid Programs that Incentivize Health- Promoting Behaviors / Madhulika Vulimiri, et.al. pp. 431-439
  • Paying Patients to Switch:Impact of  a Rewards Program on Choice of  Providers,Prices and  Utilization / Christopher M. Whaley, et. al. pp. 440-447
  • Spillover Effects from a Consumer-Based  Intervention to  Increase  High -Value Preventive Care / Betsy Q. Cliff, et. al. pp. 448-455
  • Consumers Perceptions and  Choices Related  to Three Value  BAsed  Insurance  Design  Approaches / Susan  L. Perez, et. al. pp. 456-463
  • Decision – Making  Experiences of  Consumers Choosing Individual- Market Health  Insurance Plans / Joachim O. Hero, et.al. pp. 464-472
  • The  Roles of  Assisters and  Automated  Decision Support  Tools  in  Consumers Marketplace Choices:  Room  for  Improvement /  Charlen A.  Wong, et.al. pp. 473-481
  • Machine- Based Expert  Recommendations and  Insurance Choices Among  Medicare Part  D Enrollees / M.  Kate Bundorf, et. al. pp. 482-490
  • National  Health Expenditure Projections , 2018-27: Economic and  Demographic Trends  Drive  Spending  and  Enrollment Growth / Andrea M.  Sisko, et. al. pp. 491-501
  • My Child  is Sick , Dont Call her  a Consumer / Hala  Durrah. pp. 502-505
  • Death  and  Dying 101 / Rachel  Dolan. pp. 508-
  • Your Data  Your Way / Jessica Bylander. pp. 509-

Health Affairs


Volume 38, Number 4 – April 2019

Contents:

  • Physicians,Medicare and More/ Alan Weil. pp. 519-527
  • Assessing First Visits by Physicians to Medicare Patients Discharge to Skilled Nursing Facilities/ Kira L. Ryskina ,et.al. pp. 528-536
  • Primary Care Physician Networks in Medcare Advantage/ Yevgeniy Feyman, et.al. pp. 537-553
  • Adjusted Mortality Rates are Lover for Medicare Advantage than Traditional Medicare But the Rates Converge Over Time/ Joseph P. Newhouse , et.al. pp. 554 -568
  • The Role of Social ,Cognitive and Functional Risk Factors in Medicare Spending for Dual and NonDual Enrollees/ Kenton J. Johnston. pp. 569-576
  • Effects of Alternative Food Voucher Delivery Strategies on Nutrition Among Low Income Adults/ Sanjay Basu, et.al. pp. 577-603
  • When is the Price of a Drug Unjust/the Average Lifetime Earnings Standard/ Ezekiel J. Emmanuel. pp. 604-612
  • Multimorbidity and Health Outcomes in Older Adults in Ten European Health Systems, 2006-15/ Raffaele Palladino, et.al. pp. 613-623
  • Do Incentive Payments Reward the Wrong Providers?a Study of Primary Care Reform in Ontario,Canada/ Richard H. Glazier, et.al. pp. 624-632
  • The Affordable Care Act in the Heart of the Opiad Crisis: Evidence from West Virginia/ Brendan Saloner,et.al. pp. 633-642
  • News Media Reporting on Medication Treatment for Opiad Use Disorder Amid the Opiad Episdemic/ Alen Kennedy -Hendricks, et.al. pp. 643-659
  • Behavioral and the Other Chronic Conditions Among Adult Medicaid Enrolees:Implications for Work Requirements/ Hefei Wen, et.al. pp. 660-667
  • Plan Choice and Affordability in the Individual and Small Group Markets: Policy and Performance-Past and Present/ Jean M. Abraham ,et.al. pp. 675-683

Health Policy and Planning


Volume 33, Number 10 – December 2018

Contents:

  • The Cost of Providing and Scaling up Surgery: a Comparison of a District Hospital and a Referral Hospital in Zambia/ Leon Bijlmakers, et. al. pp. 1055-1064
  • Socioeconomic Inequalities in Health Services Utilization Following the Health Transformation Plan Initiative in Iran/ Abolfazl Abouie,et.al. pp. 1065-1072
  • Barriers and Opportunities to improve the Foundations for High Quality Healthcare in the Mexican Health System/ Svetlana V. Doubova,et.al. pp. 1073-1082
  • Realizing their Potential to Become Learning Organizations to Foster Health System
  • Resilience: Opportunities and Challenges for Health Ministries in Low and Middle Income Countries/ Joseph F. Naimoli and Sweta Saxena. pp. 1083-1095
  • Can Volunteer Community Health Workers Manage Multiple Roles? An Interrupted Time Series Analysis of Combined HIV and Maternal and Child Health Promotion in Iringa,Tanzania/ Katharine D. Shelley, et. al. pp. 1096-1106
  • A Review of Methodology and Tools for Measuring Maternal Mortality in Humanitarian Settings/ Sara A. Morgan and Mohamed M Ali. pp. 1107-1117
  • An Holistic View on Implementing Hospital Autonomy Reforms in Developing Countries: A Systematic Review/ Hamid Ravaghi, et. al. pp. 1118-1127
  • Community Health Volunteers could Help Improve Access to and Use of Essential Health Services by Communities in LMICs : an Umbrella/ Mirkuzie Woldie, et. al. pp. 1128-1143

 Journal of Economic Perspectives


Volume 33, Number 1 – Winter 2019

Contents:

  • Women in Economics:Stalled Progress/ Shelly Lundberg and Jenna Stearns. pp. 3-22
  • Variation in Women’s Success across PhD Programs in Economics/ Leah Boustan and Andrew Langan. pp. 23-42
  • Fixing the Leaky Pipeline: Strategies for Making Economics work for Women at Every Stage/ Kasey Buckles. pp. 43-60
  • Financial Regulations :Still Unsettled a Decade after the Crisis/ Daniel K. Tarullo. pp. 61-80
    Prone to Fail : The Pree -Crisis Financial System/ Darrell Duffie. pp. 81-106
  • Woukd Macroprudential Regulation have Prevented the Last Crisis/ David Aikman, et. al. pp. 107-130
  • The Value of US Government Data to US Business Decisions/ Ellen Hughes-Cromwick and Julia Coronado. pp. 131-146
  • On the Controversies Behind the Origins of the Federal Economics Statistics/ Hugh Rockoff. pp. 147-164
  • Evolving Measurement for an Evolving Economy :Thoughts on 21st century US Economics Statistics/ Ron S. Jarmin. pp. 165-184
  • Environmental Justice:the Economics of Race ,Place and Pollution/ Spencer Banzhaf,et.al. pp. 185-208
  • Economics (and Economics) in Tech Companies/ Susan Athey and Michael Luca. pp. 209-320
  • Parag Pathak: Winner of the 2018 Clark Medal/ Ariel Pakes and Joel Sobel. pp. 231-254