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, the paper found that multinationals faced pretty much the same effective tax rates as domestic companies.
Abraham of the Joint Program for Survey Methodology at the University of Maryland and the National Bureau of Economic Research
, and Dale S.
The study's author, Caroline Hoxby of Stanford University and director of the Economics of Education Program for the National Bureau of Economic Research
, used a random-assignment approach to compare the performance of students selected by lotteries into charter schools and those who applied to the lotteries, lost, and stayed in their traditional public schools.
The National Bureau of Economic Research
has announced that, yes, indeed, now that you mention it, all the signs suggest, and the decline in gross domestic product confirms, and the ballooning unemployment figures support, and the empty storefronts attest, and the vacant homes underscore, and the lots full of unsold cars verify, and the disintegrating stock market substantiates, that the nation is in a recession.
Christina Romer of the National Bureau of Economic Research
will chair the new president's Council of Economic Advisers.
Two straight quarters of negative growth technically defines a recession according to the National Bureau of Economic Research
The research, published in print and online this week by the nonprofit National Bureau of Economic Research
(NBER), was supported by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), a component of the National Institutes of Health.
In 1996, a study by the National Bureau of Economic Research
revealed that the total annual immigrant welfare benefits receipts totaled $180 billion
According to the National Bureau of Economic Research
, the admission rates fell from about 50% for the academic years 1995-1997 to a little more than 20% for the academic years 1998-2001.
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