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Rebel With A Cause: Emanie Nahm Sachs Arling Philips, Nancy Disher Baird Mar 2008

Rebel With A Cause: Emanie Nahm Sachs Arling Philips, Nancy Disher Baird

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Talk, a 1924 novel about small town gossips and busybodies, won accolades for Bowling Green native Emanie Nahm Sachs. Four years later her biography of Victoria Woodhall (a feminist who ran for president in 1872) also received high praises.


Teaching Hausman And Willig Using Mathematica, Matt Bogard Dec 2007

Teaching Hausman And Willig Using Mathematica, Matt Bogard

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Analyzing consumer welfare from observable data, or empirical demand functions has been a very controversial issue in economics. One metric often used is deadweight loss from a tax or price increase. A classic debate in economic history regarding the appropriate methodology for measuring deadweight loss involves two papers published in the American Economic Review by Jerry Hausman and Robert Willig. In ‘Consumer’s Surplus Without Apology’ Willig contends that the error in approximating deadweight loss using the observable Marshallian demand curve is small for small price changes and an acceptable practice. Hausman argues in ‘Exact Consumer’s Surplus and Deadweight ...


Native American Materials In Law And Genealogy At The Western Kentucky University Libraries, Rosemary L. Meszaros Mar 2006

Native American Materials In Law And Genealogy At The Western Kentucky University Libraries, Rosemary L. Meszaros

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