RePEc stands for "Research Papers in Economics" and is an internal name for a group working on the provision of electronic working papers. Research that is the first to explore the protective role of survivors benefit receipt against the short-run financial consequences of a spousal death finds that attaining benefit eligibility is associated with a percentage point increase in Social Security receipt and a 3.
Based on RePEcit indexes over 2, items of research, including over 2, that can be downloaded in full text. RePEc is a volunteer-driven initiative to create a public-access database that promotes scholarly communication in economics and related disciplines.
Canadian experience shows that the current framework has worked too well, and its predecessor, based on money growth targeting, worked too badly for this to be fair.
We are concerned that the uncoordinated provision of archives is inefficient. Nevertheless, inflation is a monetary phenomenon, and monetary aggregates continue to have useful leading indicator properties.
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Here is what we call a service, a server mirroring the database built from these archives. Featured speakers at the conference, which was supported by the National Science Foundation, were S. RePEc is a large volunteer effort to enhance the free dissemination of research in Economics which includes bibliographic metadata from over 2, participating archivesincluding all the major publishers and research outlets.
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If the material is not locally available delivery times will vary. Even though monetary policy is usually aimed at controlling price level behaviour, and the price level is appropriately modelled as being determined by the interaction of the supply and demand for money, it is going too far to characterise this standard model as "Hamlet without the prince".
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