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Union Effects On Nonunion Wages: Evidence From Panel Data On Industries And Cities, David Neumark, Michael L. Wachter Jan 1995

Union Effects On Nonunion Wages: Evidence From Panel Data On Industries And Cities, David Neumark, Michael L. Wachter

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Foxes And Hen Houses?: Personal Trading By Mutual Fund Managers, Edward B. Rock Jan 1995

Foxes And Hen Houses?: Personal Trading By Mutual Fund Managers, Edward B. Rock

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Some Corporate And Securities Law Perspectives On Student-Athletes And The Ncaa, David A. Skeel Jr. Jan 1995

Some Corporate And Securities Law Perspectives On Student-Athletes And The Ncaa, David A. Skeel Jr.

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Regulatory Competition, Regulatory Capture, And Corporate Self-Regulation, William W. Bratton, Joseph A. Mccahery Prof Jan 1995

Regulatory Competition, Regulatory Capture, And Corporate Self-Regulation, William W. Bratton, Joseph A. Mccahery Prof

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Is Equal Access The Prescription For Equity?, Dorothy E. Roberts Jan 1995

Is Equal Access The Prescription For Equity?, Dorothy E. Roberts

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An Economic Analysis Of Trade Measures To Protect The Global Environment, Howard F. Chang Jan 1995

An Economic Analysis Of Trade Measures To Protect The Global Environment, Howard F. Chang

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In this article, Professor Howard Chang addresses the role of trade restrictions in supporting policies to protect the global environment and proposes a more liberal treatment of these environmental trade measures than that adopted by dispute-settlement panels of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). The GATT Secretariat has recommended that countries like the United States rely on "carrots" rather than "sticks" in order to induce the participation of other countries in multilateral environmental agreements. Professor Chang defends the use of sticks on the ground that they encourage more restrained exploitation of the environment pending a multilateral agreement. First ...


Choosing The Law Governing Perfection: The Data And Politics Of Article 9 Filing, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr. Jan 1995

Choosing The Law Governing Perfection: The Data And Politics Of Article 9 Filing, Steven L. Harris, Charles W. Mooney Jr.

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