The Resource The economists' voice : top economists take on today's problems, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Aaron S. Edlin, J. Bradford DeLong, editors

The economists' voice : top economists take on today's problems, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Aaron S. Edlin, J. Bradford DeLong, editors

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The economists' voice : top economists take on today's problems
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The economists' voice
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top economists take on today's problems
Statement of responsibility
Joseph E. Stiglitz, Aaron S. Edlin, J. Bradford DeLong, editors
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Language
eng
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The economists' voice
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330.9/0511
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
HC106.83
LC item number
.E26 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Target audience
adult
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top economists take on today's problems
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top economists take on today's problems
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Joseph E. Stiglitz, Aaron S. Edlin, J. Bradford DeLong, editors
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The economists' voice : top economists take on today's problems, Joseph E. Stiglitz, Aaron S. Edlin, J. Bradford DeLong, editors
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Climate change: the uncertainties, the certainties, and what they imply about action / Thomas C. Schelling -- Global climate change: a challenge to policy / Kenneth J. Arrow -- A new agenda for global warming / Joseph E. Stiglitz -- A meaningful second commitment period for the Kyoto protocol / Shelia M. Olmstead and Robert N. Stavins -- Divergent views on the coming dollar crisis / J. Bradford DeLong -- U.S. offshoring: small steps to make it win-win / Diana Farrell -- Advance market commitments: how to stimulate investment in vaccines for neglected diseases / Owen Barder, Michael Kremer, and Heidi Williams -- Should we still support untrammeled international capital mobility? Or are capital controls less evil than we once believed? / J. Bradford DeLong -- The economic cost of the Iraq war / Scott Wallsten -- The high cost of the Iraq war / Joseph E. Stiglitz -- Sense and nonsense about federal deficits and debt / Michael J. Boskin -- Government deficits and the deindustrialization of America / Ronald I. McKinnon -- Confusions about social security / Paul Krugman -- The many definitions of social security privatization / Don Fullerton and Michael Geruso -- The virtues of personal accounts for social security / Edward P. Lazear -- Could social security go broke? / Barbara R. Bergmann -- A broader perspective on the tax reform debate / Michael J. Boskin -- Tax reform: time for a plan C? / Michael J. Graetz -- Taxes on investment income remain too high and lead to multiple distortions / Martin Feldstein -- Progressive consumption taxation as a remedy for the U.S. savings shortfall / Robert H. Frank -- Was welfare reform successful? / Rebecca M. Blank -- Cutting the safety net one strand at a time / Janet Currie -- The choose-your-charity tax: a way to incentivize greater giving / Aaron S. Edlin -- Should the government rebuild New Orleans or just give residents checks? / Edward L. Glaeser -- Does college still pay? / Lisa Barrow and Cecilia Elena Rouse -- How to deal with terrorism / Bruno S. Frey -- The economics of capital punishment / Richard A. Posner -- On the economics of capital punishment / Gary S. Becker -- The death penalty: no evidence for deterrence / John Donohue and Justin J. Wolfers -- Reply to Donohue and Wolfers on the death penalty and deterrence / Paul H. Rubin -- Letter: a reply to Rubin the death penalty / John Donohue and Justin J. Wolfers -- Reply: the death penalty once more / Paul H. Rubin -- Long-term perspectives on the current boom in home prices / Robert J. Shiller -- The menace of an unchecked housing bubble / Dean Baker -- What to do about Fannie and Freddie? / Edward L. Glaeser and Dwight M. Jaffee
Control code
167500405
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
viii, 317 pages
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9780231143646
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2007034372
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