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CEE - Recent Research by CEE Fellows

Center for Economics and the Environment
Center for Economics
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Forecasting National Recessions Using State-Level Data
Michael T. Owyang, Jeremy M. Piger, and Howard J. Wall, Journal of Money, Credit and Banking. Forthcoming. 

Where is an Oil Shock?
Kristie M. Engemann, Michael T. Owyang, and Howard J. Wall. Journal of Regional Science, 54(2), March 2014, 169-185.

The Missouri Quality Jobs Program: Rearranging the Deck Chairs (And Throwing Some Overboard)
Howard J. Wall, Missouri Policy Journal, Volume 1, Fall/Winter 2013-14, 1-5.

Why Do So Few Women Work in New York (and So Many in Minneapolis)? Labor Supply of Married Women Across U.S. Cities
Dan A. Black, Natalia Kolesnikova, and Lowell J. Taylor. Journal of Urban Economics, 79, January 2014, 59-71.

Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: The Employment Effects of the Missouri Quality Jobs Program
Howard J. Wall, MPRA Paper No. 50605, September 2013.

Personal-Bankruptcy Cycles
Thomas A. Garrett and Howard J. Wall. Forthcoming, Macroeconomic Dynamics.

Nonlinear Relationship Between Permanent and Transitory Components of Monetary Aggregates and the Economy
Richard G. Anderson, Marcelle Chauvet, and Barry Jones. Forthcoming, Econometric Reviews.

Biofuel Subsidies and International Trade
Subhayu Bandyopadhyay, Sumon Bhaumik, and Howard J. Wall. Economics and Politics, 25(2), July 2013, 181-199.

The Role of Location in Evaluating Racial Wage Disparity
Dan Black, Natalia Kolesnikova, Seth G. Sanders, and Lowell J. Taylor, IZA Journal of Labor Economics, May 2013, 2:2.

Are Children ‘Normal’?
Dan A. Black, Natalia Kolesnikova, Seth G. Sanders, and Lowell J. Taylor, Review of Economics and Statistics, 95(1), March 2013, 21–33.

Discordant City Employment Cycles
Michael T. Owyang, Jeremy Piger, and Howard J. Wall, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 43(2), March 2013, 367-384.

The Employment Cycles of Neighboring Cities
Howard J. Wall, Regional Science and Urban Economics, 43(1), January 2013, 177-185.

Cross-Border Lobbying in Preferential Trading Agreements: Implications for External Tariffs
Subhayu Bandyopadhyay, Sajal Lahiri, and Howard J. Wall, Review of International Economics, 20(5), November 2012, 1034-1045.

The Distributional Burden of Instant Lottery Ticket Expenditures
Thomas A. Garrett, Public Finance Review, 40(5), November 2012, 767-788.

Connectionist-Based Rules Describing the Pass-Through of Individual Goods Prices into Trend Inflation in the United States
Richard G. Anderson, Jam M. Binner, and Vincent A. Schmidt, Economics Letters, 117(1), October 2012, 174-177.

Location-Allocation Planning of Stockpiles for Effective Disaster Mitigation
Jomon Aliyas Paul and Govind Hariharan, Annals of Operations Research, 196(1), July 2012, 469-490.

How Does the FOMC Learn About Economic Revolutions? Evidence from the New Economy Era, 1994-2001
Richard G. Anderson and Kevin L. Kliesen, Business Economics, 47(1), January 2012, 27-56.

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