Rensselaer Working Papers in Economics.

The working paper series presents the research of faculty, students, and visitors to RPI's Economics Department for purposes of discussion and comment. The series is cataloged in the RePEc database. Comments to the authors are welcome on all Working Papers.

 

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1301 John J. Heim. Does “Crowd Out” Offset The Stimulus Effect Of Government Deficits? A Large Scale Econometric Study

 

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1203 Daniel L. Shawhan, John T. Taber, Douglas C. Mitarotonda, And Ray D. Zimmerman.  Engineering, Economic, And Environmental Simulation Of Power-Sector Policies: A Preliminary Application To Carbon Dioxide, Sulfur Dioxide, And Nitrogen Oxide Emission Regulation

1202  John Gowdy,Lisi Krall, and Yunzhong Chen.  The Parable of the Bees: Beyond Proximate Causes in Ecosystem Service Valuation

1201 John Gowdy Valuing Nature For Climate Change Policy: From Discounting The Future To Truly Social Deliberation 

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1104 John J. Heim. Do Tax Cut and Spending Deficits Have Different Crowd Out Effects?

1103 John J. Heim. Is Crowd Out A Problem In Recessions?.

1102 John J. Heim. Do Deficits Crowd Out Private Borrowing? Evidence From Flow Of Funds Accounts.

1101 Faye Duchin And Stephen H. Levine. Sectors May Use Multiple Technologies Simultaneously: The Rectangular Choice-of-Technology Model with Binding Factor Constraints (Revised).

 

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1010 John GowdyBehavioral economics, neuroeconomics, and climate change policy: baseline review for the garrison institute initiative on climate change

1009 John Gowdy Neuroscience can help us understand social transitions.

1008 John Gowdy Discounting, ethics, and options for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem integrity.

1007 John Gowdy And David Sloan Wilson. The Relevance of Evolutionary Science For Economic Theory and Policy.

1006 Faye Duchin And Stephen H. Levine. Sectors May Use Multiple Technologies Simultaneously: The Rectangular Choice-of-Technology Model with Binding Factor Constraints.

1005 John J. Heim.  Do Government Deficits Crowd Out Consumer And Investment Spending?[50]

1004 John J. Heim.  The Declining Exchange Rate: Impact On The U.S. Economy 2000-2009.[49]

1003 Faye Duchin And Heather L. MacLean, Rapporteur Christian Hagelüken, Kohmei Halada, Stephen Kesler, Yuichi Moriguchi, Daniel Mueller, Terry Norgate, Markus Reuter, and Ester van der Voet. Mineral Resources: Stocks, Flows, and Prospects[46]

1002 Faye Duchin And Stephen H. Levine. Embodied Resource Flows and Product Flows: Combining the Absorbing Markov Chain with the Input-Output Model[44]

1001 Ran Zhang and Kenneth L. Simons and David I. Stern. News Media as a Channel of Environmental  Information Disclosure. 

 

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0906 John J. Heim.  Consumer Demand for Durable Goods, Nondurable Goods and Services.[43]

0905 John J. Heim.  The Real Exchange Rate And The U.S. Economy 2000 - 2008

0904 John J. Heim.  Does Consumer Confidence, As Measured By The Conference Board's Index Of Consumer Confidence, Affect Demand For Consumer And Investment Goods (Or Just Proxy For Things That Do)?

0903 John J. Heim.  Does Consumer Confidence, As Measured By U. Of Michigan Indices, Affect Demand For Consumer And Investment Goods (Or Just Proxy For things That Do)?

0902 John J. Heim.  Determinants Of Demand For Different Types Of Investment Goods [41]

0901 John J. Heim.  A Method For Separating Income And Substitution Effects Of Exchange Rate Changes [42]


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0806 John J. Heim.  The Investment Function: Determinants of Demand for Investment Goods [38]

0805 John J. Heim. The Consumption Function [36]

0804 Donald S. Siegel and Kenneth L. Simons. Evaluating The Effects of Mergers and Acquisitions On Employees: Evidence From Matched Employer - Employee Data

0803 John J. Heim. How Falling Exchange Rates 2000 - 2007 Have Affected The U.S. Economy and Trade Deficit (Evaluated Using the Federal Reserve's Real Broad Exchange Rate) [39]

0802 John J. Heim. How Falling Exchange Rates 2000 - 2007 Have Affected The U.S. Economy and Trade Deficit (Evaluated Using the Federal Reserve's Nominal Broad Exchange [Rate) [37]

0801 John J. Heim. How Falling Exchange Rates 2000 - 2007 Have Affected The U.S. Economy and Trade Deficit (Evaluated Using the Federal Reserve's G-10 Exchange Rate) [45]

 

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0714 Faye Duchin And Stephen H. Levine. Tracking Global Factor Imputs, Factor Earnings, and Emissions Associated with Consumption in a World Modeling Framework

0713 John J.Heim . Which Interest Rate Should We Use In The Is Curve?

0712 John J.Heim . Does A Strong Dollar Increase Demand For Both Domestic And Imported Goods? [35 ]

0711 John Gowdy and Roxana Julia. The Economics of the Mega-Greenhouse Effect: a Conceptual Framework

0710 John J.Heim . Was Keynes Right? Does Current Year Disposable Income Drive Consumption Spending?[31 ]

0709 John J.Heim. Does the Exchange Rate Really Affect Consumer Spending?[34 ]

0708 John J. Heim. Which Interest Rate Seems Most Related to Business Investment? A Few Preliminary Findings from an Ongoing Study [33 ]

0707 John J. Heim.  Do Falling Import Prices Increase Market Demand for Domestically Produced Consumer Goods? [32 ] [40]

0706 Chunbo Ma and David I. Stern. China's Carbon Emissions 1971-2003.

0705 Lining He and Faye Duchin. Regional Development in China: Interregional Transportation Infrastructure and Regional Comparative Advantage.

0704 Faye Duchin. Energy and the Global Economy.[29]

0703 Faye Duchin and Albert E. Steenge. Mathematical Models in Input-Output Economics.

0702 Roxana Julia, David W. Holland, and Joseph Guenthner. Assessing the Economic Impact of Invasive Species: The Case of Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea solsitialis, L.) in the Rangelands of Idaho, United States.[28]

0701 John M. Gowdy. Behavioral Economics and Climate Change Policy.

 

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0615 Chunbo Ma and David I. Stern. China's Changing Energy Intensity Trend: A Decomposition Analysis.[30]

0614 James D. Adams, J. Roger Clemmons, and Paula E. Stephan. Science and Industry: Tracing the Flow of Basic Research through Manufacturing and Trade

0613 Donald F. Vitaliano and Gregory Stella. A Frontier Approach to Testing the Averch-Johnson Hypothesis.

0612 James D. Adams, J. Roger Clemmons, and Paula E. Stephan. How Rapidly Does Science Leak Out?

0611 James D. Adams and J. Roger Clemmons. The Growing Allocative Inefficiency of the U.S. Higher Education Sector.

0610 Albert N. Link, Donald S. Siegel, and Barry Bozeman. An Empirical Analysis of the Propensity of Academics to Engage in Informal University Technology Transfer.

0609 Phillip Phan and Donald S. Siegel. The Effectiveness of University Technology Transfer: Lessons Learned from Quantitative and Qualitative Research in the U.S. and the U.K.

0608 Peter Rodriguez, Donald S. Siegel, Amy Hillman, and Lorraine Eden. Three Lenses on the Multinational Enterprise: Politics, Corruption and Corporate Social Responsibility.

0607 John Marsh, Donald S. Siegel, and Kenneth L. Simons. Assessing the Effects of Ownership Change on Women and Minority Employees: Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data .

0606 Peter J. Stauvermann. Why and How Should We Account For the Environment?.

0605 Catherine J. Morrison-Paul and Donald S. Siegel. Corporate Social Responsibility and Economic Performance.

0604 Abagail McWilliams, Donald S. Siegel, and Patrick M. Wright. Corporate Social Responsibility: International Perspectives.

0603 Faye Duchin and Stephen H. Levine. Human Ecology: Industrial Ecology

0602 Donald S. Siegel and Donald F. Vitaliano. An Empirical Analysis of the Strategic Use of Corporate Social Responsibility

0601 Donald S. Siegel and Kenneth L. Simons. Assessing the Effects of Mergers and Acquisitions on Firm Performance, Plant Productivity, and Workers: New Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data

 

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0512 John Gowdy and Roxana Julia. Technology and Petroleum Exhaustion: Evidence from Two Mega-Oilfields.

0511 David I. Stern. The Effect of NAFTA on Energy and Environmental Efficiency in Mexico.[27]

0510 David I. Stern. A Three-Layer Atmosphere-Ocean Time Series Model of Global Climate Change.

0509 Anders Hammer Strømman and Faye Duchin. A World Trade Model with Bilateral Trade Based on Comparative Advantage.[26]

0508 Anders Hammer Strømman, Edgar G. Hertwich, and Faye Duchin. Shifting Trade Patterns as a Means to Reduce Global CO2 Emissions: Implications for the Aluminium Industry.

0507 Roxana Julia and Faye Duchin. World Trade as the Adjustment Mechanism of Agriculture to Climate Change.

0506 Abagail McWilliams, Donald S. Siegel, and Patrick M. Wright. Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategic Implications.[23]

0505 John M. Gowdy. Evolutionary Theory and Economic Policy with Reference to Sustainability.

0504 David I. Stern. Reversal in the Trend of Global Anthropogenic Sulfur Emissions.[21]

0503 Ada Ferrer-i-Carbonell and John M. Gowdy. Environmental Awareness and Happiness.

0502 Donald S. Siegel, Kenneth L. Simons, and Tomas Lindstrom. Ownership Change, Productivity, and Human Capital: New Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data in Swedish Manufacturing.

0501 Quentin M. Duroy. The Determinants of Environmental Awareness and Behavior.

 

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0426 Donald S. Siegel and Phillip Phan. Analyzing the Effectiveness of University Technology Transfer: Implications for Entrepreneurship Education. [19]

0425 Stephen J. Schmidt and Karen Scott. Reforming Reforms: Incentive Effects in Education Finance in Vermont.

0424 Faye Duchin. Input-Output Economics and Material Flows.

0423 Wendy Chapple, Andy Lockett, Donald S. Siegel, and Mike Wright. Assessing the Relative Performance of U.K. University Technology Transfer Offices: Parametric and Non-Parametric Evidence? [18]

0422 Helga Weisz and Faye Duchin. Physical and Monetary Input-Output Analysis: What Makes the Difference?

0421 John M. Polimeni. Graduate Education in Ecological Economics. [17]

0420 David I. Stern. Diffusion of Emissions Abating Technology. [16]

0419 James D. Adams. Industrial R&D Laboratories: Windows on Black Boxes?

0418 Chunbo Ma and David I. Stern. Environmental and Ecological Economics: A Citation Analysis. [20]

0417 John Gowdy and Jon Erickson. Ecological Economics at a Crossroads. [15]

0416 Giuseppe Medda, Claudio Piga, and Donald S. Siegel. Assessing the Returns to Collaborative Research: Firm-Level Evidence from Italy. [14]

0415 David A. Waldman, Donald S. Siegel, and Mansour Javidan. CEO Transformational Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility.[22]

0414 Rouben Indjikain and Donald S. Siegel. The Impact of Investment in IT on Economic Performance: Implications for Developing Countries. [13]

0413 David Paton, Donald S. Siegel, and Leighton Vaughan Williams. Productivity Measurement in a Service Industry: Plant-Level Evidence from Gambling Establishments in the United Kingdom.

0412 Donald F. Vitaliano and Gregory Stella. The Cost of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Case of the Community Reinvestment Act

0411 Robert K. Kaufmann and David I. Stern. A Statistical Evaluation of Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models: Complexity vs. Simplicity.

0410 David I. Stern and Cutler J. Cleveland. Energy and Economic Growth.

0409 James D. Adams. Learning, Internal Research, and Spillovers Evidence from a Sample of R&D Laboratories.

0408 Robert Costanza, David I. Stern, Brendan P. Fisher, Lining He, and Chunbo Ma. Influential Publications in Ecological Economics: A Citation Analysis. [12]

0407 Marian Chertow and D. Rachel Lombardi. Economic and Environmental Impacts from Industrial Symbiosis Exchanges: Guayama, Puerto Rico.

0406 David I. Stern. A Multicointegration Model of Global Climate Change.[25]

0405 Faye Duchin. Sustainable Consumption of Food.[11]

0404 Richard B. Howarth. Against High Interest Rates.

0403 David I. Stern. Elasticities of Substitution and Complementarity.

0402 John Gowdy and Jon D. Erickson. The Approach of Ecological Economics. [10]

0401 John Gowdy. Toward a New Welfare Foundation for Sustainability. [9]

 

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0315 John Gowdy. The Revolution in Welfare Economics and its Implications for Environmental Valuation and Policy. [8]

0314 Duane Chapman. Global Oil Resources and the Persian Gulf: Security and Democracy.

0313 Donald F. Vitaliano. Estimation of the Return on Capital in Municipal Water Systems.

0312 Donald F. Vitaliano and Gregory Stella. The Thrift Industry and the Community Reinvestment Act: Assessing the Cost of Social Responsibility.

0311 David I. Stern. Global Sulfur Emissions in the 1990s. [7]

0310 Faye Duchin. Household Lifestyles: Ideas for a Research Program.

0309 Faye Duchin. A World Trade Model Based on Comparative Advantage with m Regions, n Goods, and k Factors. [6]

0308 Donald S. Siegel and Vasilis Zervos. The Importance of Co-ordination in National Technology Policy: Evidence From the Galileo Public Private Partnership.[24]

0307 Giuseppe Medda, Claudio Piga, and Donald S. Siegel. On the Relationship between R&D and Productivity: a Treatment Effect Analysis.

0306 David Paton, Donald S. Siegel, and Leighton Vaughan Williams. Taxation and the Demand for Gambling: New Evidence from the United Kingdom. [5]

0305 Albert N. Link, David Paton, and Donald S. Siegel. An Econometric Analysis of Trends in Research Joint Venture Activity. [4]

0304 Richard Harris, Donald S. Siegel, and Mike Wright. Assessing the Impact of Management Buyouts on Economic Efficiency: Plant-Level Evidence from the United Kingdom. [3]

0303 Claudio Piga and Donald S. Siegel. New Evidence on the Link between Technological Change and Employment: Extending the Neo-Classical Paradigm.

0302 David I. Stern. The Rise and Fall of the Environmental Kuznets Curve. [2]

0301 James D. Adams, Eric P. Chiang, and Jeffrey L. Jensen. The Influence of Federal Laboratory R&D on Industrial Research. [1]

 

 

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