Cato Papers on Public Policy: 2012-2013

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Four times a year since 1977, Regulation has offered immediately usable insights about regulatory policies from leading economists, policy analysts, and legal experts. Regulation guarantees the objective in-depth analysis needed to stay on top of regulatory and economic policymaking in Washington, D.C.

America's leading free-market public policy journal since 1981, the Cato Journal provides insightful and engaging analysis of key issues by leading scholars and policy analysts ...

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Overview

Four times a year since 1977, Regulation has offered immediately usable insights about regulatory policies from leading economists, policy analysts, and legal experts. Regulation guarantees the objective in-depth analysis needed to stay on top of regulatory and economic policymaking in Washington, D.C.

America's leading free-market public policy journal since 1981, the Cato Journal provides insightful and engaging analysis of key issues by leading scholars and policy analysts three times each year. Its topics run the gamut of policy issues from foreign policy and economic freedom to domestic issues like health care and education.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781938048920
  • Publisher: Cato Institute
  • Publication date: 2/16/2013
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.58 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeffrey A. Miron is a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University.
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Table of Contents

Introduction Jeffrey Miron vii

Articles

The French Gold Sink and the Great Deflation of 1929-32 Douglas A. Irwin 1

Comment James D. Hamilton

Comment Charles W. Calomiris

An Empirical Analysis of the Fed's Term Auction Facility Efraim Benmelech 57

Comment Simon Gilchrist

Comment Ross Levine

Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance in the United States: Perceptions, Facts, and Challenges Steven N. Kaplan 99

Comment Carola Frydman

Comment Lucian Taylor

General Equilibrium Effects of Prison on Crime: Evidence from International Comparisons Justin McCrary Sarath Sanga 165

Comment Bruce Sacerdote

Comment Steven N. Durlauf

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