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Economic Studies Program, The Brookings Institution

Brookings Papers on Economic Activity

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2017, Volume 48, Issue 2 (Fall)

2017, Volume 48, Issue 1 (Spring)

2016, Volume 47, Issue 2 (Fall)

2016, Volume 47, Issue 1 (Spring)

2015, Volume 46, Issue 2 (Fall)

2015, Volume 46, Issue 1 (Spring)

2014, Volume 45, Issue 2 (Fall)

2014, Volume 45, Issue 1 (Spring)

2013, Volume 44, Issue 2 (Fall)

2013, Volume 44, Issue 1 (Spring)

2012, Volume 43, Issue 2 (Fall)

2012, Volume 43, Issue 1 (Spring)

2011, Volume 42, Issue 2 (Fall)

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2010, Volume 41, Issue 2 (Fall)

2010, Volume 41, Issue 1 (Spring)

2009, Volume 40, Issue 2 (Fall)

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2008, Volume 39, Issue 2 (Fall)

2008, Volume 39, Issue 1 (Spring)

2007, Volume 38, Issue 2

2007, Volume 38, Issue 1

2006, Volume 37, Issue 2

2006, Volume 37, Issue 1

2005, Volume 36, Issue 2

2005, Volume 36, Issue 1

2004, Volume 35, Issue 2

2004, Volume 35, Issue 1

2003, Volume 34, Issue 2

2003, Volume 34, Issue 1

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