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Study Title/Investigator
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1980 and 1990 Industrial Structure Measures (ICPSR 1225)
Kaufman, Robert L.
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The 1990s Acceleration in Labor Productivity: Causes and Measurement (ICPSR 1335)
Anderson, Richard G.; Kliesen, Kevin L.
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Advance Notice Provisions in Plant Closings (ICPSR 1005)
Ehrenberg, Ronald; Jakubson, George
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Aggregate Dynamics of Campaigns (ICPSR 26901)
Box-Steffensmeier, Janet M.; Darmofal, David ; Farrell, Christian A.
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Aggregate Economic Data, United States, 1947-1989 (ICPSR 1093)
Jorgenson, Dale W.
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An Aging Society (ICPSR 1017)
Cutler, David M.; Poterba, James M.; Sheiner, Louise M.; et al.
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American Ambivalence Toward Abortion Policy (ICPSR 1113)
Alvarez, Michael R.; Brehm, John
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Are Consumers Forward Looking? (ICPSR 1030)
Poterba, James
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Are Some Agricultural Banks Too Agricultural? (ICPSR 1155)
Kliesen, Kevin L.; Gilbert, R. Alton
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Assessing Applied Econometric Results (ICPSR 1075)
Christ, Carl F.; Dickey, David A.
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Aviation Security and Terrorism: A Review of the Economic Issues (ICPSR 1267)
Coughlin, Cletus; Cohen, Jeffrey P.; Khan, Sarosh R.
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Bank Competition and Concentrations: The Impact of Credit Unions (ICPSR 1224)
Emmons, William R.; Schmid, Frank A.
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Building the RePass PTR Measure of Ideology (ICPSR 23040)
RePass, David
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Case Study of Monetary Control: 1980-1982 (ICPSR 1099)
Gilbert, R. Alton
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Casino Gaming and Local Employment Trends (ICPSR 1297)
Garrett, Thomas A.
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Can the Central Bank Achieve Price Stability? (ICPSR 1085)
Stein, Jerome L.
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Central Bank Independence and Economic Performance (ICPSR 1064)
Pollard, Patricia S.
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