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Cato Papers on Public Policy Volume 2 (Paperback)

$15.00

Edited by Jeffrey Miron

An annual publication with original articles on current and critical economic and public policy issues.

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About the Book

This publication is an annual volume of innovative, original articles on current and critical economic and public policy issues. Each article is written by a recognized national expert, most often a senior member of a prestigious university. The overarching goal of the publication is to provide in-depth, imaginative new research on key economic and public policy matters combined with a range of potential improvements and solutions.

Articles in this volume:

  • The French Gold Sink and the Great Deflation of 1929-32
  • An Empirical Analysis of the Fed's Term Auction Facility
  • Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance in the United States: Perceptions, Facts, and Challenges
  • General Equilibrium Effects of Prison on Crime: Evidence from International Comparisons


About the Editor

Jeffrey A. Miron is a senior lecturer in economics at Harvard University and a senior fellow at the Cato Institute. Professor Miron earned his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and chaired the economics department at Boston University prior to joining the Harvard faculty.

Contributors
Douglas A. Irwin
Efraim Benmelech
Steven N. Kaplan
Justin McCrary
Sarath Sanga



$15.00