Recent Research Papers
Courses Taught at Georgetown
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Ph.D., Economics, Princeton University
B.B.A., Economics, Loyola University of Chicago
Recent Research Papers:
Courses Taught at Georgetown:
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"Stabilization Policy, Learning By Doing, and Economic Growth," Oxford
Economic Papers, 1997, with Phillippe Martin.
"Optimal Stabilization Policy in the Presence of Learning By Doing,"
of Public Economic Theory, 2000, with Philippe Martin.
"Long-Term Growth and Short-Term Economic Instability," 1999,
Economic Review, with Philippe Martin.
"The Economics of Child Labor: Comment," American Economic Review
1999, with Kenneth Swinnerton.
"Inequality, Productivity, and Child Labor," Georgetown University Working
Paper, 1999, with Kenneth Swinnerton.
Productivity, and Child Labor: Theory and Evidence," December 2001,
with Kenneth A. Swinnerton.
of Exploitative Child Labor," October 29, 2002, with Kenneth A. Swinnerton.
Labor Decrease When Parental Incomes Rise?" forthcoming 2004, Journal
of Political Economy (working-paper version at this link)
"A Model of Informal Sector Labor Markets," November 2003, with Kenneth
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