Archive of NBER Digest -- 2001
Corporate Governance and Shareholder Returns
U.S. Monetary Policy During the 1990s
Lessons from the Uninsured Self-Employed
The Effects of Welfare and Tax Reform
College Drinking and Drug Use
Religion Shapes Financial Rules and Growth
Technology and Productivity Growth
Financial Liberalization Spurs Growth
Growth and Recovery in East Asia
Does Globalization Make the World More Unequal?
Lessons from the U.S./Canada Free Trade Agreement
Do Lending Booms Lead to Financial Crises?
Yes Virginia, There is a New Economy
Redistribution, Inequality, and Happiness
How Corruption Causes Currency Crises
Effects of Welfare Time Limits
School Style Can Raise Achievement
The Geographic Distribution of Housing-Related Tax Benefits
Child Care Regulations Yield Mixed Results
Productivity Growth And The New Economy
Foreign Direct Investors in Three Financial Crises
Stock Options For Undiversified Executives
How High are VC Returns?
Capital Mobility in Emerging Market Countries
Tax Rules Raise Firm Health Benefits
Peer Effects in the Classroom
More Working Hours Raise Future Earnings
What Drives R and D Productivity?
The Tax Code Affects the International Location of Assets Held in U.S. Financial Services Firms
Building Schools Can Increase Wages in Emerging Market Countries
Fewer Guns Mean Fewer Gun Homicides
Is Making Divorce Easier Bad for Children?
How Fast Has China Grown?