New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – January 2019

American Economic Review

Volume 108, Number 10 – October 2018


  • Learning from Others Outcomes / Alexander Wolitzky. pp. 2763-2801
  • Narrative Sign Restrictions for SVARs / Juan Antolin-Das and Juan F. Rubio- Ramirez. pp. 2802-2829
  • Why Did the Democrats Lose the South? Bringing New Data to an Old Debate / Ilyana Kuziemko and Ebonya
  • Washington. pp. 2830-2867
  • Why do Defaults Affect Behavior? Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan / Joshua Blumenstock pp. 2868-2901
  • Estimating group Effects Using Averages of Observable to Control for Sorting on Unobservables: School and Neighborhood Effects / Joseph G. Altonji and Richard K. Mansfield. pp. 2902-2946
  • Housing Booms and Busts,Labor Market Opportunities, and College Attendance / Kerwin Kofi Charles et. al. pp. 2947-2994
  • Medical Care Spending and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Workers Compensation Reforms / David Powell and Seth Seabury. pp. 2995-3027
  • Moved to Opportunity: the Long – Run Effects of Public Housing Demolition on Children / Eric Chyn. pp. 3028-3056
  • Evaluating Strategic Forecasters / Rahul Deb et. al. pp. 3057-3103
  • Testing Efficient Risk Sharing with Heterogeneous Risk Preferences : Comment / Aditya Shrinivas and Marcel Fafchamps. pp. 3104-3113
  • Testing Efficient Risk Sharing with Heterogeneous Risk Preferences: Reply / Maurizio Mazzocco and Shiv Saini. pp. 3114-3115

AEJ:Applied Economics

Volume 10, Number 4 – October 2018


  • Why has Urban Inequality Increased? / Nathaniel Baum-Snow et. al. pp. 1-42
  • Social Networks as Contract Enforcement: Evidence from a Lab Expirement in the Field / Arun G. Chandrasekhar et. al. pp.43-119
  • Foreign Rivals are Coming to Town: Responding to the Threat of Foreign Multinational Entry / Cathy Ge Bao andMaggie Xiaoyang Chen. pp. 120-157
  • Economic Shocks and Crime : Evidence from the Brazillian Trade Liberalization / Rafael Dix-Casneiro pp. 158-195
  • Mentors or Teachers ? Microenterprise Training in Kenya / Wyatt Brooks et. al. pp. 196-221
  • Role Models or Individual Consulting : The Impact of Personalizing Micro- Entrepreneurship Training / Jeanne Lafortune et. al. pp. 222-245
  • The Effect of Terrorism on Employment and Consumer Sentiment: Evidence From Successful and Failed Terror Attacks /Abel Brodeur. pp. 246-282
  • Modern Family? Paternity Leave and Marital Stability / Daniel Avdic and Arizo Karimi. pp. 283-307
  • Diabetes and Diet: Purchasing Behavior Change in Response to Health Information / Emily Oyster. pp. 308-348
  • Wealth Shocks and Health Outcomes: Evidence from Stock Market Fluctuations/ Hannes Schwandt. pp. 349-377
  • Does Electoral Competition Curb Party Favoritism? / Marta Curto-Grau pp. 378-407
  • Identfying Sorting in Practice / Christian Bartolucci et. al. pp. 408-438

AEJ: Macroeconomics

Volume 10, Number 4- October 2018


  • The Price of Growth: Consumption Insurance in China 1989-2009 / Raul Santaeulalia- Llopis and Yu Zheng. pp. 1-35
  • International Transmission with Heterogeneous Sectors / Keyu Jin and Nan Li. pp. 36-76
  • The Gains from Input Trade with Heterogeneous Importers / Joaquin Blaum et. al. pp. 77-127
  • Oil and Macroeconomic (in) Stability / Hilde C. Bjornland et. al. pp. 128-151
  • A Model of Endogenous Loan Quality and the Collapse of the Shadow Banking System / Francisco Ferrante. pp.152-201
  • Low Real Interest Rates,Collateral Misrepresentation and Monetary Policy / Stephen D. Williamson. pp. 202-233
  • The Effect of Consumer Sentiment on Consumption: Cross-Sectional Evidence from Elections / Christian Gillitzer and
  • Nalini Prasad. pp. 234-269
  • Corporate Income Tax,Legal Form of Organization and Employment / Daphne Chen et. al. pp. 270-304

Cambridge Journal  of  Economics

Volume 42
, Number 1 – January  2018


  • The Economic Problem of a Community: Ontological Reflections Inspired by the Socialist Calculation Debate / Diogo Lourenco and Mario Graca Moura. pp. 1-17
  • A Study in Development by Dispossession / Amit Bhaduri. pp. 19-31
  • Are Developing Countries Catching Up? / Vladimir Popov and K. S. Jomo. pp. 33-46
  • Income Distribution and Current Account Imbalances / Christian A. Belabed et. al. pp. 47-94
  • The Global Concentration of Wealth / Thomas Goda. pp. 95-115
  • Global Liquidity and Monetary Policy Autonomy: an Examination of Open-Economy Policy Constraints / Stefan Angrick.pp. 117-135
  • Profitability in India’s Organized Manufacturing Sector: The Role of Technology ,Distribution and Demand / Deepankar Basu and Debarshi Das. pp. 137-175
  • When Development Meets Culture :the Contribution of Celso Furtado in the 1970s / Alexandre M. Cunha and Gustavo Britto. pp. 177-198
  • The Theoretical Developments Initiated by Haberler but Named for Pigou do not provide Sufficient Grounds for Rejecting Keynes Key Theoretical Proposition/ Paul Wojick. pp. 199-213
  • Environmental Law & the Limits of Markets / Jonathan Benson. pp. 215-230
  • The Place of Portfolio Management in the Keynesian Canon / J. E. Woods. pp. 231-257

Health Affairs

Volume 37, Number 12 – December 2018


  • Telehealth/ Alan R. Weil. pp. 1915-
  • Back in (Regulatory) Action / Katie Keith. pp. 1916-1917
  • Charting A Pathway to Better Health/ T. R. Goldman.pp 1918-1922
  • They Use of Telemedicine by Physicians:Still the Exception Rather Than the Rule/ Carol K. Kane and Kurt Gillis. pp. 1923-1930
  • Population-Level Estimates of Telemedicine Service Provision Using An All -Payer Claims Databases/ Jiani Yu, et. al. pp. 1931-1939
  • How is Telemedicine Being Used in Opiad and Other Sustance Use Disorder Treatment?/ Haiden A. Huskamp, et. al. pp. 1940-1947
  • Who Isn’t Using Patient Portals and Why? Evidence and Implications from a National Sample of US Adults/ Denise L. Anthony, et. al. pp. 1948-1959
  • Advancement of Teledentistry at the University of Rochester’s Eastman Institute for Oral Health/ Dorota T. Kopycka-Kedzierawski pp. 1960-1966
  • Telehealth in Health Centers: Key Adoption Factors,Barriers and Oppurtunities/ Ching-Ching Claire, et. al. pp. 1967-1974
  • The Current State of Telehealth Evidence: A Rapid Review/ Erin Shigekawa , et. al. pp. 1975-1982
  • Home Telemonitoring in Heart Failure: A Systematic Review and Meta -Analysis/ Renee Pekmezaris, et. al. pp. 1983-1989
  • The Effect of a Newborn Telehealth Program on Transfers Avoided: A Multiple-Baseline Study/ Jordan Albritton, et. al. pp. 1990-1996
  • Tele-Triage Outcomes for Patients with Chest Pain: Comparing Physicians and Registered Nurses/ Dana R. Sax, et. al. pp. 1997-2004
  • Expansion of Telestroke Services Improves Quality of Care Provided in Super Rural Areas/ Donglan Zhang,et. al. pp. 2005-2013
  • Quality of Care for Acute Respiratory Infections During Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine Visits for Adults/ Shuo Shi, et. al. pp. 2014-2023
  • Electronic Visits for Common Acute Conditions: Evaluation of A Recently Established Program/ Marty Player, et. al. pp. 2024-2030
  • Reduced Cost of Specialty Care Using Electronic Consultations for Medicaid Patients/ Daren Anderson, et. al. pp. 2031-2036
  • Use of Telemedicine for ED Physician Coverage in Critical Access Hospitals Increased After CMS Policy Clarification/ Marcia M. Ward, et. al. pp. 2037-2044
  • Virtual Visits Partially Replaced in -Person Visits in An ACO-Based Medical Specialty Practice/ Sachin J. Shah, et. al. pp. 2045-2051
  • Building A Regulatory and Payment Framework Flexible Enough to Withstand Technological Progress/ David Flannery and Robert Jarrin. pp. 2052-2059
  • Are State Telehealth Policies Associated with the USe of Telehealth Services Among Underserved Populations?/ Jeongyoung Park, et. al. pp. 2060- 2068
  • Retail Outlets Using TeleHealth Pose Significant Policy Questions for Health Care/ Keisuke Nakagawa,e pp. 2069-2075
  • Getting Ready for Health Reform 2020: Republican’s Options for Improving Upon the State Innovations Approach/ Lanhee J. Chen. pp. 2076-2083
  • How Democratic Candidates for the Presidency in 2020 Could Choose Among Public Health Insurance Plans/ Sherry A. Glied and Jeanne M. Lambrew. pp. 2084-2091
  • How Telehealth Stopped A Contagious Outbreak at A School/ Cnythia M. Zettler-Greeley. pp. 2092-2095
  • Foundation Funding for Telehealth/ Lee L. Prina. pp. 2096-2097
  • Flint : An American Failure/ Richard J. Jackson. pp. 2098-2101

Health Affairs

Volume 37, Number 11 – November 2018


  • Patient Safety / Alan R. Weil pp. 1723-1725
  • In Patient Safety Efforts,Pharmacists Gain New Prominence / Rebecca Gale. pp. 1726-1729
  • An Autumn Docket Heavy on Health Policy/ Timothy Stoltzfus Jost. pp.1730-1731
  • A Medical School for the Community/ Jessica Bylander. pp. 1732-1735
  • Two Decades Since to Err is Human: An Assessment of Progress and Emerging Priorities in Patient Safety/ David W. Bates and Hardeep Singh. pp. 1736-1743
  • Nurse’s and Patients’ Appraisals Show Patient Safety in Hospitals Remains a Concern/ Linda H. Aiken, et. al. pp. 1744-1751
  • Identifying Electronic Health Record Usability and Safety Challenges in Pediatric Settings/ Raj M. Ratwani et. al. pp. 1752-1759
  • Accurate Measurement in California’s Safety-Net Health Systems has GAps and Barriers/ Elaine C. Khoong, et. al. pp. 1760-1769
  • Does Nursing Home Compare Reflect Patient Safety in Nursing Homes?/ Daniel Brauner et. al. pp. 1770-1778
  • Scaling Safety :The South Carolina Surgical Safety Checklist Experience/ William R. Berry et. al. pp. 1779-1786
  • Success in Hospital-Acquired Pressure Ulcer Prevention: A Tale in Two Data Sets/ Shawna Smith et. al. pp. 1787-1796
  • Enhancing Safety Culture Through Improved Incident Reporting: A Case Study in Translational Research/ Kelsey Flott, et. al. pp. 1797-1804
  • An Electronic Health Record-BAsed Real-Time Analytics Program for Patient Safety Surveillance and Improvement / David Classen, et. al. pp. 1805-1812
  • Patient Engagement in Health Care Safety : An Overview of Mixed -Quality Evidence / Anjana E. Sharma et. al. pp. 1813-1820
  • Learning form Patients Experience Related to Diagnostic Errors is Essential for Progress in Patient Safety/ Traber Davis Giardina, et. al. pp. 1821-1827
  • Payment Innovations to Improve Diagnostic Accuracy and Reduce Diagnostic Error/ Robert Berenson and HArdeep Singh. pp. 1828-1835
  • Effects of a Communication and Resolution Program on Hospitals Malpractice Claims and Costs/ Allen Kachalia, et. al. pp. 1836-1844
  • Can Communication and Resolution Programs Achieve their Potential? Five Key Questions/ Thomas H. Gallagher, et. al. pp. 1845-1852
  • Patient Safety in Inpatient Psychiatry: A Remaining Frontier for Health Policy / Morgan C. Shields, et. al. pp. 1853-1861
  • Challenges and Oppurtunities for Improving Patient Safety Through Human Factors and Systems Engineering / Pascale Carayon, et. al. pp. 1862-1869
  • Interpersonal and Organizational Dynamics are Key Drivers of Failure to Reduce/ MArgaret E. Smith, pp. 1870-1876
  • Prescription for Enhancing Electronic Prescribing Safety/ Gordon Schiff, pp. 1877-1883
  • The Architecture of Safety : An Emerging Priority for Improving Patient Safety/ Anjali Joseph,Kerm Henriksen and Eileen Malone. pp. 1884-1891
  • Health Benefits in 2018: Modest Growth in Premiums,Higher Worker Contributions at Firms with More Low -Wage Workers/ Gary Claxton, et. al. pp. 1892-1900
  • Reversing the Rise in Maternal Mortality/ Katy B. Kozhimannil. pp. 1901-1904
  • Foundation Funding for Patient Safety / Lee L. Prina. pp. 1905-1906
  • A Dose of Reality / Rick Mathis. pp. 1907-1908

Journal of  Economic Literature

Volume 51, Number 3 – September 2018


  • Expiremental Research on Labor Market Discrimination / David Neumark. pp. 799-866
  • Production and Welfare: Progress in Economic Measurement / Dale W. Jorgenson. pp. 867-919
  • Transparency,Reproducibility and the Credibility of Economics Research / Garret Christensen and Edward Miguel. pp. 920-980
  • Offshoring and Labor Markets / David Hummels et. al. pp. 981-1028
  • Optimal Income Taxation Theory and Principles of Fairness / Marc Fleurbaey and Francois Maniquet. pp. 1029-1079
  • Mind Gap: A Review of the Health Gap: The Challenge of an Unequal World by Sir Michael Marmot / Adriana Lleras-Muney. pp. 1080-1101
  • The End of Alchemy by Mervyn King: A Review Essay / Roger E.A. Farmer. pp. 1102-1118
  • The Macrogenoeconomics of Comparative Development / Quamrul H. Ashraf and Oded Galor. pp. 1119-1155

The Review of Economic and Statistics

Volume 100, Number 2 – May 2018


  • Job Displacement and the Duration of Joblessness: The Role of Spatial Mismatch / Fredrik Andersson et. al. pp. 203-218
  • On the Demographic Adjustment of Unemployment / Regis Barnichon and Geert Mesters. pp. 219-231
  • How do Right to Carryt laws Affects Crime Rates? Coping with Ambiguity Using Bounded-Variation Assumptions /Charles F. Manski and John V. Pepper. pp. 232-244
  • Labor Misallocation and Mass Mobilization: Russian Agriculture During the Great War / Paul Castañeda Dower and Andrea Markevich. pp. 245-259
  • Every Little Bit Counts : The Impacts of High Speed Internet on the Transition to College / Lisa J. Dettling et. al. pp. 260-273
  • Born to Lead? The Effect of Birth Order on NonCognitive Abilities / Sandra E. Black et. al. pp. 274-286
  • Childhood Medicaid Coverage and Later-Life Health Care Utilization / Laura R. Wherry et. al. pp. 287-302
  • Information and Legislative Bargaining: The Political Economy of U. S. Suspensions / Rodney D. Ludema et.a l. pp. 303-318
  • The Economics of Attribute-Based Regulation: Theory and Evidence from Fuel Economy Standards / Koichiro Ito and James M. Sallee. pp. 319-336
  • Valid Two- Step Identification -Robust Confidence Sets for GMM / Isaiah Andrews. pp. 337-348
  • Noparametric Welfare and Demand Analysis with Unobserved Individual Heterogeneity / Sam Cosaert and Thomas Demuynck. pp. 349-361
  • The Asymmetric Experience of Positive and Negative Economic Growth: Global Evidence using Subjective Well-Being Data / Jan- Emmanuel De Neve et. al. pp. 362-372

The Review of Economic  and Statistics

Volume 100, Number 1 – March 2018


  • Asymmetric Information and Middleman Margins: An Expirement with Indian Potato Farmers / Sandip Mitra et. al. pp.1-13
  • Political Conformity : Event-study Evidence from the United States / Ricardo Perez- Truglia. pp. 14-28
  • The Local Influence of Pioneer Investigators on Technology Adoption: Evidence from New Cancer Drugs / Leila Agha and David Molitor. pp. 29-44
  • Social Ties in Academia: A friend is a Treasure / Tommaso Colussi. pp. 45-50
  • Accountability and Incentives of Appointed and Elected Public Officials / Zohal Hessami. pp. 51-64
  • Gentrification and Failing Schools: The Unintended Consequences of School Choice Under NCLB / Stephen B. Billings pp. 65-77
  • Testing for Rank Invariance or Similarity in Program Evaluation / Yingying Dong and Shu Shen. pp. 78-85
  • Testing Rank Similarity / Brigham R. Frandsen and Lars J. Lefgren. pp. 86-91
  • Contracting Between Firms: Empirical Evidence / Rajkamal Iyer and Zacharias Sautner. pp. 92-104
  • Scraped Data and Sticky Prices / Alberto Cavallo. pp. 105-119
  • Knocking on Tax Haven’s Door : Multinational Firms and Transfer Pricing / Ronald B. Davies et. al. pp. 120-134
  • In Search of the Armington Elasticity / Robert C. Feenstra et. al. pp. 133-150
  • Who Loses Under Cap- and Trade Programs ? The Labor Market Effects of the No Budget Trading Program / E. Mark Curtis. pp. 151-166
  • Are U. S. Cities Underpoliced? Theory and Evidence / Aaron Chalfin and Justin McCrary. pp. 167-186
  • Constrained Discretion and Central Bank Transparency / Francesco Bianchi and Leonardo Melosi. pp. 187-202