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    • Using Environmental Benefit-Cost Analysis to Improve Government Performance 

      Farrow, Scott; Toman, Michael (Resources for the Future, 1998-12)
      In this paper we first describe the legal and administrative basis of mandates that variously require and eschew economic measures for environmental management. We then summarize the steps involved in benefit-cost analysis ...
    • Welfare Analysis: Bridging the Partial and General Equilibrium Divide for Policy Analysis 

      Farrow, Scott; Rose, Adam (Cambridge University Press, 2018-03-25)
      Advances in theoretical and computable general equilibrium modeling brought their conceptual foundations more in line with standard microeconomic constructs. This reduced the theoretical gap between welfare measurements ...
    • Which Immigrants Promote Trade with Third Party Countries? 

      Firsin, Oleg (2020-08)
      Immigrants have been found to promote trade with their countries of origin. This study investigates which immigrants promote trade with other (third party) countries as well as the likely channels. Geographic and linguistic ...
    • The Wisdom of Crowds and Transfer Market Values 

      Coates, Dennis; Parshakov, Petr (North American Association of Sports Economists, 2020)
      Crowd-sourcing of information has become popular in the years since James Surowiecki published The Wisdom of Crowds: why the many are smarter than the few and how collective wisdom shapes business, economies, societies, ...