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journal articles i have written if you have clicked into this section you must be academically interested in my research i have so far authored 50 journal articles, the behavioral economics of health and health care - thomas rice department of health policy and management fielding school of public health university of california los angeles california 90095 1772 email email protected, pdf the economic contributions of john kenneth galbraith - academia edu is a platform for academics to share research papers, the top 50 economists from 1900 to the present - but studying economics can be difficult due to the overwhelming changes the subject has undergone in 1900 we were living under the classical gold standard and enjoying perhaps the greatest period of economic development the world had ever seen, glossary of research economics econterms - box and cox 1964 developed the transformation estimation of any box cox parameters is by maximum likelihood box and cox 1964 offered an example in which the data had the form of survival times but the underlying biological structure was of hazard rates and the transformation identified this, deirdre n mccloskey page two - deirdre nansen mccloskey distinguished professor of economics history english and communication university of illinois at chicago deirdre mccloskey taught at the university of illinois at chicago from 2000 to 2015 in economics history english and communication a well known economist and historian and rhetorician she has written 17 books and around 400 scholarly pieces on topics, war trade and state formation oxford handbooks - 2 1 war making as generative cause early state formation in europe correlated with changes in the frequency and modes of warfare bean 1973 tilly 1975 starting roughly in the early fourteenth century military developments began to disadvantage the mounted cavalry and challenge the social and political organization of feudalism, deirdre n mccloskey home page - deirdre nansen mccloskey distinguished professor of economics history english and communication university of illinois at chicago deirdre mccloskey taught at the university of illinois at chicago from 2000 to 2015 in economics history english and communication a well known economist and historian and rhetorician she has written 17 books and around 400 scholarly pieces on topics, introduction the idea of distributive justice oxford - 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