Publications Resulting from Rensselaer Working Papers

 

 

 

 

 

[50] Heim, John J. (2010). Do Government Deficits Crowd Out Consumer and Investment Spending". Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics. Vol. 10(3). Oct. 2010. 

[49] Heim, John J. (2010). The Declining Exchange Rate: Impact on the U. S. Economy 2000-2009". Journal of Intrnational Finance and Economics. Vol. 10(3). Oct. 2010. 

[48] Heim, John J. (2010). The Impact of Consumer Confidence on Consumer and Investment Spending". Journal of Applied Business and Economics. Vol. 11(2). Spring 2010. 

[47] Heim, John J. (2010).  "Does Consumer Confidence Affect Demand (Or Just Proxy For Things That Do?) Testing the Michigan Consumer Survey". Journal of the American Society of Business and Behavioral Science (ejournal). Spring 2010. 

[46] Duchin, F. and MacLean, H.,  Hagelüken, C., Halada, K., Kesler, S., Moriguchi, Y. Mueller, D., Norgate, T., Reuter, M., van der Voet, E. "Mineral Resources: Stocks, Flows, and Prospects". Cptr. 11 in Graedel, T.E. and van der Voet, E. (eds.). Links of Sustainability. Cambridge: MIT Press. 2010. (In Press)   

 [44] Duchin F.and Levine, S. (2010) "Embodied Resource Flows and Product Flows: Combining the Absorbing Markov Chain with the Input-Output Model" Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2010 (In Press)

[41] Heim, John J. (2009).  "U. S. Demand for Different types of Imported and Domestic  Investment Goods". International Applied Econometrics and Economic Development. Fall 2009.

[45] Heim, John J. (2009)  "The Effect of Import Prices on U.S. Demand for Domestically Produced Consumer Goods". Applied Econometrics and Economic Development. (In Press)

[37] Heim, John J. (2009)  "Do Declining Exchange Rates Help The U.S. Economy? Journal of Finance and Accountancy. Vol 2, June 2009

[39] Heim, John J. (2009)  "The Declining American Dollar: Econometric Estimates of Impact on the GDP and Trade Deficit". Journal of Applied Business and Economics. (In Press)

[43] Heim, John J. (2009)  "Consumer Demand for Durable Goods, Nondurable Goods and Services". Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics. Vol. 9(1). Oct. 2009

[42Heim, John J. (2009)  "A Mehod For Separating Income and Substitution Effects Of Exchange Rate Changes" Journal of International Finance and Economics. Vol. 9(1). Oct. 2009. 

[39] Heim, John J. (2009).  "How Falling Exchange Rates Have Affected The U. S. Economy And Trade Deficit". Papers and Proceedings of the 61st Annual Conference Of The NYS Economics Association. Ithaca, NY Oct. 10 -11, 2008 

[40] Heim, John J. (2009).  "Determinants Of Demand For Different Types Of Investment Goods". Papers and Proceedings of the 61th Annual Conference of the NYS Economics Association, Ithaca, NY. Oct. 10 - 11, 2008.

[40] Heim, John J. (2009).  "Which Interest Rate Seems Most Related To Business Investment?" American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences E-Journal. Vol. 5 (1).

[39] Heim, John J. (2009).  "How Falling Exchange Rates Have Affected The U.S. Economy and Trade Deficit (Evaluated Using The Federal Reserve's Real Broad Exchange Rate)". Papers and Proceedings of the 16th Annual conference of the American Society Of Business And Behavioral Sciences, Feb. 19 - 22, 2009.

[38] Heim, John J. (2008).  What Determnes Market Demand for Investment Goods? International Journal of Business Strategy. Vol 6 (1). October 2008.  Also Published in the Papers and Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics, Las Vegas, October, 2008. 

[37] Heim, John J. (2008).  How Falling Exchange Rates have Affected the U. S. Economy and Trade Deficit. Journal of International Business and Economics. Vol 8 (1). October 2008. Also Published in the Papers and Proceedings of the 2008 Stockholm Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics, Stockholm, Sweden, June 6-8, 2008.

[36] Heim, John J. (2008).  The Consumption Function. Review of Business Research. Vol 8 (2) June 2008. Also Published in the Papers and Proceedings of the 2008 Stockholm Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics, Stockholm, Sweden, June 6-8, 2008.

[34] Heim, John J. (2008).  Does the Exchange Rate Really Affect Consumer Spending? The ICFAI Journal of Monetary Economics.  ICFAI University Press. Vol VI (2) May 2008.  

[31]Heim, John J. (2007). Do Friedman/Modigliani - Type Consumption Functions Explain Consumer Demand As Well As Keynesian Functions?.   Review of Business Research, , Vol.7(1) Oct. 2007.

[33] Heim, John J. (2007). How Much Does the Prime Interest Rate Affect U.S. Investment?.  Journal of the  Academy of Business and Economics. Vol.VII(1) Oct. 2007.

[35] Heim, John J. (2007). Does A Strong Dollar Increase Demand for Both Domestic and Imported Goods?,  Journal of International Business and Economics.  Vol. VII (1)(Oct. 2007). 

[36] Heim, John J. (2008).  The Consumption Function. Papers and Procedings of the 2008 Stockholm Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics. Available at www.IABE.org.

[37] Heim, John J. (2008).  How Falling Exchange Rates have Affected the U. S. Economy and Trade Deficit. Papers and Procedings of the 2008 Stockholm Conference of the International Academy of Business and Economics. Available at www.IABE.org.

[34] Heim, John J. (2007). Does the Exchange Rate Really Affect Consumer Spending? Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on the Social Sciences, Honolulu, May 30 - Jun. 2. (Available at   www.hicsocial.org ). 

 [33] Heim, John J. (2007). How Much Does the Prime Interest Rate Affect U.S. Investment? , Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) 2007 Annual  Conference,  Las Vegas, Oct. 14-17 (Available at www.IABE.org ). 

[32] Heim, John J.(2007) Do Falling Import Prices Increase Market Demand for Domestically Produced Consumer Goods? Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) 2007 Annual  Conference,  Las Vegas, Oct. 14-17 (Available at  www.IABE.org).

[31] Heim, John J. (2007). Was Keynes Right? Does Current Year Disposable Income Drive Consumption Spending? Proceedings of the International Academy of Business and Economics (IABE) 2007 Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Oct. 14-17 (Available at www.IABE.org).

[33] Heim, John J. (2007). Which Interest Rate Seems Most Related to Business Investment? A Few Preliminary Findings from an Ongoing Study, Proceedings of the 7th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Business, Honolulu, May 24-27. (Available at www.hicbusiness.org).

[31] Heim, John J. (2007). Was Keynes Right? Does Current Year Disposable Income Drive Consumption Spending? Proceedings of the 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on the Social Sciences, Honolulu, May 30-Jun. 2. (Available at www.hicsocial.org).

[30] Ma C. and D. I. Stern (in press) China's changing energy intensity trend: A decomposition analysis, Energy Economics.

 

[29] Duchin F. (2007) Energy and the global economy, in: A. Prinz, A. E. Steenge and J. Schmidt (eds.), The Rules of the Game: Institutions, Law and Economics, Lit Verlag, Münster.

[28] Julia R., D. W. Holland, and J. Guenthner (in press) Assessing the economic impact of invasive species: The case of yellow starthistle (Centaurea solsitialis, L.) in the rangelands of Idaho, United States, Journal of Environmental Management .

[27] Stern D. I. (in press) The effect of NAFTA on energy and environmental efficiency in Mexico, Policy Studies Journal.

[26] Strømman A. H. and F. Duchin (2006) A world trade model with bilateral trade based on comparative advantage, Economic Systems Research, 18(3).

[25] Stern D. I. (2006) An atmosphere-ocean time series model of global climate change, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 51(2): 1330-1346.

[24] Zervos V. and D. S. Siegel (2005) The Importance of co-ordination in national technology policy: Evidence from the Galileo Project, Prometheus 23(2): 167-180.

[23] McWilliams A., D. S. Siegel, and Patrick M. Wright (2006) Corporate social responsibility: Strategic implications, Journal of Management Studies 43(1):1-18.

[22] Waldman D., D. S. Siegel, and M. Javidan (in press). "CEO Transformational leadership and corporate social responsibility, Journal of Management Studies.

[21] Stern D. I. (2006) Reversal in the trend of global anthropogenic sulfur emissions, Global Environmental Change 16: 207-220.

[20] Ma C. and Stern D. I. (2006) Environmental and ecological economics: A citation analysis, Ecological Economics 58 (3): 491-506.

[19] Siegel D. S. and P. Phan (2005) Analyzing the effectiveness of university technology transfer: Implications for entrepreneurship education, in: G. Liebcap (ed.) Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, Elsevier Science/JAI Press, Amsterdam 16: 1-38.

[18] Chapple W., A. Lockett, D. S. Siegel , and M. Wright (in press) Assessing the relative performance of university technology transfer offices in the U.K.: Parametric and non-parametric evidence, Research Policy 34(3): 369-384.

[17] Polimeni J. M. (2004) Graduate education in ecological economics, Ecological Economics 51(3-4): 287-293.

[16] Stern D. I. (2005) Beyond the environmental Kuznets curve: Diffusion of sulfur-emissions-abating technology, Journal of Environment and Development 14(1): 101-124.

[15] Gowdy J. M. and J. Erickson (2005) Ecological economics at a crossroads, Ecological Economics 53(1): 17-20.

[14] Medda G., C. Piga, and D. S. Siegel (2006) Assessing the returns to collaborative research: Firm-level evidence from Italy, Economics of Innovation and New Technology 15(1): 37-50.

[13] Indjikian R. and D. S. Siegel (2005) The impact of investment in IT on economic performance: Implications for developing countries, World Development 33(5): 681-700.

[12] Costanza R., D. I. Stern, B. P. Fisher, L. He, and C. Ma (2004) Influential publications in ecological economics: a citation analysis, Ecological Economics 50: 261-292.

[11] Duchin F. (2005) Sustainable consumption of food, Journal of Industrial Ecology 9(1-2).

[10] Gowdy J. M. and J. D. Erickson (2005) The approach of ecological economics, Cambridge Journal of Economics 29(2): 207-222.

[9] Gowdy J. M. (2005) Toward a new welfare economics for sustainability, Ecological Economics 53(2): 211-222.

[8] Gowdy J. M. (2004) The revolution in welfare economics and its implications for environmental valuation, Land Economics 80(2): 239-257.

[7] Stern D. I. (2005) Global sulfur emissions from 1850 to 2000, Chemosphere 58: 163-175.

[6] Duchin F. (2005) A world trade model based on comparative advantage with m regions, n goods, and k factors, Economic Systems Research 17(3).

[5] Paton D., D. S. Siegel , and L. Vaughan-Williams (2004) Taxation and the demand for gambling: new evidence from the United Kingdom, National Tax Journal, 57(4): 847-861.

[4] Link A. N., D. Paton, and D. S. Siegel (2005) An econometric analysis of trends in research joint venture activity, Managerial and Decision Economics, 26(2): 149-158.

[3] Harris R., D. S. Siegel , and M. Wright (2005) Assessing the impact of management buyouts on economic efficiency: plant-level evidence from the United Kingdom, Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(1): 148-153.

[2] Stern D. I. (2004) The rise and fall of the environmental Kuznets curve, World Development 32(8): 1419-1439.

[1] Adams J. D., Chiang E. P., and Jensen J. L. (2003) The influence of federal laboratory R&D on industrial research, Review of Economics and Statistics 85: 1003-1020.

Vitaliano, Donald F. and Stella, Gregory  How Increased Enforcement Can Offset Statutory Deregulation: The Case of the Community Reinvestment Act, Journal of Financial Regulation And Compliance, Vol. 15 Aug 3, 2007, 262-274.


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