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Check out the following websites about books by our faculty:
Introduction to Numerical Simulation for Trade Theory and Policy by Ed Tower
by Frank Sloan
Applied Intermediate Macroeconomics
by Kevin Hoover
Microeconomics: An Intuitive Approach with Calculus by Thomas Nechyba
Big-Time Sports at American Universities
by Charles Clotfelter
by Rachel Kranton
The Long Divergence
by Timur Kuran
Here are some popular news stories in which our faculty's work was highlighted:
Ed Tower in MarketWatch: "A Stock Market Forecast With a 14-Year Winning Streak"
Chris Timmins in The Atlantic's CityLab: "How Much Cleaning Up Brownfields Is Really Worth"
Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato in WalletHub: "2014's Most & Least Recession-Recovered Cities"
Nir Jaimovich in The New York Times: "Technology, Aided by Recession, Is Polarizing the Work World"
Joe Hotz and Peter Arcidiacono in The New York Times: "Does Affirmative Action Do What It Should?"
Christopher Timmins in the Washington Post - "Shale gas boom makes some Pennsylvanians richer - and some poorer"
Andrew Patton in the BBC News - "Hedge Funds: Do some mislead their investors?"
Patrick Bayer in The Huffington Post - "All-White Jury Pools In Florida Convict Blacks 15 Percent More Often Than Whites, Study Finds"
Nir Jaimovich in The Atlantic - "Job Polarization and Jobless Recoveries"
Peter Arcidiacono on NPR's The State of Things - Affirmative Action and Academic Performance
Andrew Sweeting in NSF Science Nation's "Ticket to Ride" video on price dynamics
Timur Kuran's Op-Ed in The New York Times - "The Weak Foundations of Arab Democracy"
Visit the news archive to see all past stories from the last few years.
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