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William A. McEachern

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First Name:William
Middle Name:A.
Last Name:McEachern
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RePEc Short-ID:pmc61

Affiliation

Department of Economics
University of Connecticut

Storrs, Connecticut (United States)
http://www.econ.uconn.edu/

: (860) 486-4889
(860) 486-4463
309 Oak Hall, 365 Fairfield Way/U-63, Storrs, Connecticut 06269-1063
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Articles

  1. William McEachern, 2008. "A Recession, an Election, and the Rhetoric of Change," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  2. William A. McEachern, 2006. "AEA Ideology: Campaign Contributions of American Economic Association Members, Committee Members, Officers, Editors, Referees, Authors, and Acknowledgees," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 3(1), pages 148-179, January.
  3. William McEachern, 2003. "We Didn't Know How Bad We Had It Back Then," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  4. William McEachern, 2002. "State Budget Shortfall Takes Us Back to the Future," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  5. William McEachern, 2000. "Income Still Tops, But Poverty Increases," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  6. William McEachern, 2000. "What’s the Score as Connecticut Edges into a New Century?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  7. William McEachern, 2000. "Death Valley," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  8. William McEachern, 2000. "The State Income Tax By the Numbers," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  9. William McEachern, 2000. "How Come We’re Still Tops?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  10. William McEachern, 2000. "Labor Force Participation Rates," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  11. William McEachern, 1999. "Forbes by the Numbers," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  12. William McEachern, 1999. "Crime and Punishment in Connecticut," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  13. William McEachern, 1999. "Connecticut’s FIREd Up!," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  14. William McEachern, 1999. "Southwest Storms the Northeast," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  15. William McEachern, 1999. "Car Sales and Road Traffic," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  16. William McEachern, 1999. "State Income Tax Now Biggest Fiscal Horse," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  17. William McEachern, 1999. "The Persistence of Place in an Internet World," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  18. William McEachern, 1999. "Some State Income Tax Snapshots," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  19. William McEachern, 1998. "New England Check-Up," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  20. William McEachern, 1998. "Connecticut's Progressive Income Tax," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  21. William McEachern, 1998. "Job Machines and Bedroom Communities," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  22. William McEachern, 1998. "Job Totals Rising, Labor Force Shrinking? Go Figure," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  23. William McEachern, 1998. "Connecticut's Income Inequality," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  24. William McEachern, 1998. "The Connecticut Economy Meets Wall Street," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  25. William McEachern, 1998. "Are Labor Shortages Killing the Expansion?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  26. William McEachern, 1998. "Changes in Connecticut's Median Household Help Explain the Income Decline," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  27. William McEachern, 1997. "CT Extends Income Lead," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  28. William McEachern, 1997. "A Hard Look at Connecticut's Software Industry," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  29. William McEachern, 1997. "Confidence Converges," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Spring.
  30. William McEachern, 1997. "Tracking the Hartford Region Through the Yellow Pages," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  31. William McEachern, 1997. "Small City Geography...Big City Problems," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  32. William McEachern, 1997. "Connecticut's Exodus is Losing Steam," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Winter.
  33. William McEachern, 1997. "Some Virtues of Part-Time Employment in Connecticut," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Fall.
  34. William McEachern, 1997. "Was the Great Recession a Double-Dipper?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue Summer.
  35. William McEachern, 1996. "Connecticut's Flat Tax," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  36. William McEachern, 1996. "Recession Watch," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue January.
  37. William McEachern, 1996. "Just the FAQs on Connecticut's Economy: Some Frequently Asked Questions," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue January.
  38. William McEachern, 1996. "Consumer Confidence Versus Business Confidence," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  39. William McEachern, 1996. "Crime Down in '95," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  40. William McEachern, 1996. "The Light at the End of the Fiber-optic Cable: Connecticut's Photonics Cluster," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  41. William McEachern, 1996. "County Income Patters," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  42. William McEachern, 1995. "Is Connecticut Back in the Soup?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  43. William McEachern, 1995. "Where From and Where To?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue January.
  44. William McEachern, 1995. "Does a Rising Tide Lift All the Boats? Jobs and Welfare in Connecticut," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  45. William McEachern, 1995. "Median Household Income in Connecticut," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue January.
  46. William McEachern, 1995. "Consumer Confidence vs. Business Confidence," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  47. William McEachern, 1995. "Crime Down in '94," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  48. William McEachern, 1994. "Jobs and Employment by Town," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue January.
  49. William McEachern, 1994. "Why Income Held Up During the Recession," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  50. William McEachern, 1994. "Yellow Pages: A Stamford-Greenwich Reprise," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue January.
  51. William McEachern, 1994. "Five Economic Myths," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  52. William McEachern, 1994. "Why Are People Still Down on the Economy?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  53. William McEachern, 1994. "Hard Times for the Property Tax," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  54. William McEachern, 1994. "State Still Tops in Income," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  55. William McEachern, 1994. "Crime Down in Connecticut," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  56. William McEachern, 1993. "Picking Up the Pieces After Connecticut's Great Recession," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  57. William McEachern, 1993. "Fairfield County, New York East?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  58. William McEachern, 1993. "Why Isn't the Unemployment Rate Higher?," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue April.
  59. William McEachern, 1993. "Travel and Tourism on the Rebound," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue July.
  60. William McEachern, 1993. "Tracking the Recession Through the Yellow Pages," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  61. William McEachern, 1993. "You Heard it Here First: The Great Recession is History!," The Connecticut Economy, University of Connecticut, Department of Economics, issue October.
  62. William McEachern, 1987. "Federal advisory commissions in an economic model of representative democracy," Public Choice, Springer, vol. 54(1), pages 41-62, January.
  63. McEachern, William A, 1978. "Ownership, Control, and the Contemporary Corporation: A Comment," Kyklos, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 31(3), pages 491-496.
  64. McEachern, William A, 1978. "Corporate Control and Growth: An Alternative Approach," Journal of Industrial Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 26(3), pages 257-266, March.
  65. McEachern, William A & Romeo, Anthony A, 1978. "Stockholder Control, Uncertainty and the Allocation of Resources to Research and Development," Journal of Industrial Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 26(4), pages 349-361, June.
  66. William A. McEachern, 1976. "The Managerial Revolution and Corporate Performance," Challenge, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 19(2), pages 36-40, May.
  67. McEachern, William A, 1976. "Corporate Control and Risk," Economic Inquiry, Western Economic Association International, vol. 14(2), pages 270-278, June.

Chapters

  1. William A. McEachern, 2011. "Macroeconomic Principles are Still Relevant and Still Important," Chapters,in: International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics, chapter 39 Edward Elgar Publishing.

Citations

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Articles

  1. William A. McEachern, 2006. "AEA Ideology: Campaign Contributions of American Economic Association Members, Committee Members, Officers, Editors, Referees, Authors, and Acknowledgees," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 3(1), pages 148-179, January.

    Cited by:

    1. Daniel B. Klein & Stewart Dompe, 2007. "Reasons for Supporting the Minimum Wage: Asking Signatories of the "Raise the Minimum Wage" Statement," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 4(1), pages 125-167, January.
    2. William L. Davis & Bob G. Figgins, 2009. "Do Economists Believe American Democracy Is Working?," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 6(2), pages 195-202, May.
    3. Stern, Charlotta & Klein, Daniel B., 2006. "Is There a Free-Market Economist in the House? The Policy Views of American Economic Association Members," Working Paper Series 6/2006, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research.
    4. Klein, Daniel B. & Stern, Charlotta, 2005. "Narrow-Tent Democrats and Fringe Others: The Policy Views of Social Science Professors," Working Paper Series 8/2005, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research.
    5. Mitchell Langbert, 2016. "The Left Orientation of Industrial Relations," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 13(1), pages 1-46–74, January.
    6. Daniel B. Klein & William L. Davis & Bob G. Figgins & David Hedengren, 2012. "Characteristics of the Members of Twelve Economic Associations: Voting, Policy Views, and Favorite Economists," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 9(2), pages 149-162, May.

  2. William McEachern, 1987. "Federal advisory commissions in an economic model of representative democracy," Public Choice, Springer, vol. 54(1), pages 41-62, January.

    Cited by:

    1. William A. McEachern, 2006. "AEA Ideology: Campaign Contributions of American Economic Association Members, Committee Members, Officers, Editors, Referees, Authors, and Acknowledgees," Econ Journal Watch, Econ Journal Watch, vol. 3(1), pages 148-179, January.

  3. McEachern, William A, 1978. "Corporate Control and Growth: An Alternative Approach," Journal of Industrial Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 26(3), pages 257-266, March.

    Cited by:

    1. Constantinos Chalevas & Christos Tzovas, 2010. "The effect of the mandatory adoption of corporate governance mechanisms on earnings manipulation, management effectiveness and firm financing: Evidence from Greece," Managerial Finance, Emerald Group Publishing, vol. 36(3), pages 257-277, February.
    2. Andy Cosh & Paul Guest & Alan Hughes, 2007. "UK Corporate Governance and Takeover Performance," Working Papers wp357, Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge.

  4. McEachern, William A & Romeo, Anthony A, 1978. "Stockholder Control, Uncertainty and the Allocation of Resources to Research and Development," Journal of Industrial Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 26(4), pages 349-361, June.

    Cited by:

    1. Kenta Nakamura & Hiroyuki Odagiri, 2005. "R&D boundaries of the firm: An estimation of the double-hurdle model on commissioned R&D, joint R&D, and licensing in Japan," Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 14(7), pages 583-615.
    2. John Robst & Kimmarie McGOLDRICK, 1999. "The Measurement of Firm Information About Product Demand," Review of Industrial Organization, Springer;The Industrial Organization Society, vol. 15(2), pages 149-163, September.
    3. Farrell E. Jensen, 1985. "Allocating synthesis R & D resources in the agricultural chemicals industry," Agribusiness, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 1(3), pages 227-235.
    4. Cohen, Wesley M., 2010. "Fifty Years of Empirical Studies of Innovative Activity and Performance," Handbook of the Economics of Innovation, Elsevier.
    5. Erming Xu & Han Zhang, 2008. "The impact of state shares on corporate innovation strategy and performance in China," Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Springer, vol. 25(3), pages 473-487, September.

  5. McEachern, William A, 1976. "Corporate Control and Risk," Economic Inquiry, Western Economic Association International, vol. 14(2), pages 270-278, June.

    Cited by:

    1. Henry Tosi, 2008. "Quo Vadis? Suggestions for future corporate governance research," Journal of Management & Governance, Springer;Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale (AIDEA), vol. 12(2), pages 153-169, May.
    2. James A. Verbrugge & Steven J. Goldstein, 1981. "Risk Return, And Managerial Objectives: Some Evidence From The Savings And Loan Industry," Journal of Financial Research, Southern Finance Association;Southwestern Finance Association, vol. 4(1), pages 45-58, March.

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