Demographic Research Article: “Economic crisis and women’s labor force return after childbirth: Evidence from South Korea,” by Li Ma (Vol. 31, Article 18, August 2014, .pdf format, p. 511-552).
August 29, 2014
Urban Institute: UI has announced several new releases from Aug. 20-Aug. 20, 2014. Reports are usually in .pdf format. Older new releases can be found by clicking on ‘next page’ at the top right side of the page.
Pew Research Internet Project Report: “Social Media and the ‘Spiral of Silence’,” by Keith Hampton, Lee Rainie, Weixu Lu, Maria Dwyer, Inyoung Shin and Kristen Purcell (August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 43p.).
Department of Health Service Data Release: “Population estimates for the state, DHS regions, and counties of Wisconsin 1989-2013,” (August 2014, Excel format).
State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan Report: “Education, Science and Culture in Azerbaijan,” (August 2014, zipped .pdf format, 498p.).
General Register Office for Scotland Data Tables: “Population by Country of Birth and Nationality,” (August 2014, .pdf and Excel format).
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: The latest issue of MMWR, Vol. 63, No. 34, August 29, 2014 (HTML and .pdf formats available from the US Centers for Disease Control site). Note: To access this issue in the future, simply click on “Weekly Report” and then “Past Volumes” on the left side of the page.
Swiss Statistics Report: “Environment. Pocket Statistics 2014,” (August 2014, .pdf format, p.).
Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics Press Release: “The National Well-being Indicators in R.O.C.(Taiwan),” (August 2014, .pdf format, 3p.).
National Statistical Office Report: “Transport Statistics 2014,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 153p.).
Central Statistical Office Report: “Prices in the National Economy in 2013,” (August 2014, .pdf, Excel, and zipped .pdf format, 476p.).
Philippine Statistics Authority Brief: “Trends And Profile Of The Underemployed 2006 - 2013,” (Labstat Updates Vol. 18, No. 20, August 2014, .pdf format, 11p.).
August 28, 2014
Australian Bureau of Statistics Data Tables: “Population by Age and Sex, Regions of Australia, 2013,” (August 2014, Excel and HTML format).
Table of Contents: Check your library for print/electronic availability.
International Sociology (Vol. 29, No. 5, September 2014).
Center for Health Policy Research [University of California-Los Angeles] Policy Brief: “Bringing It to the Community: Successful Programs that Increase the Use of Clinical Preventive Services by Vulnerable Older Populations,” by Janet C. Frank, Kathryn G. Kietzman, and Steven P. Wallace (August 2014, .pdf format, 8p.).
Commonwealth Fund Report: “State Strategies for Integrating Physical and Behavioral Health Services in a Changing Medicaid Environment,” by Deborah Bachrach, Stephanie Anthony, and Andrew Detty (August 2014, .pdf format, 20p.).
Department of Health Services Brief: “Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: 2008-2013 Overview,” (2014, .pdf format, 10p.).
State Center for Health Statistics Brief: “Disability and Exposure to High Levels of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in North Carolina: The Effect on Health and Risk Behavior,” by Harry W.B. Herrick and Anna E. Austin (No. 169, August 2014, .pdf format, 8p.).
Department of Health Brief: “Deaths 2013,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 6p.).
Department of State Health Services Data Tables: “Texas Vital Statistics: 2011 Annual Report,” (2014, .pdf format).
Office for National Statistics Statistical Bulletin: “Births in England and Wales by Parents’ Country of Birth, 2013,” (August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 17p.).
Table of Contents: Check your library for print/electronic availability.
AIDS (Vol. 28, Nos. 13 & 14, Aug. 24 & Sept. 10, 2014).
Public Health (Vol. 128, No. 7, July 2014).
Public Health Nursing (Vol. 31, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 2014).
Public Health Reports (Vol. 129, No. 5, Sept./Oct. 2014).
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) [University of Bonn, Germany]: IZA has recently released several new working papers.
The new working papers are: 8390-8404.
Health related: 8394, 8396.
Sociology related: 8391, 8393.
1. Australian Institute of Family Studies Report: “Property and financial matters upon the breakdown of de facto relationships,” by Rachel Carson (Paper No. 24, August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 17p.).
2. Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute Report: “Wellbeing outcomes of low-income renters: a multilevel analysis of area effects,” by Sharon Parkinson, Rachel Ong, Melek Cigdem, and Elizabeth Taylor (Report No. 226, August 2014, .pdf format, 122p.).
Center for Workforce Research and Information Report: “Maine Workforce Conditions and Outlook to 2022, Presented to the Consensus Economic Forecasting Commission and Revenue Forecasting Commission,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 36p.).
Department of Technology, Management & Budget Report: “Michigan Economic and Workforce Indicators and Insights,” (Summer 2014, .pdf format, 22p.).
Bureau of Business and Economic Research Report: “Building on the Past, Facing the Future: Renewing the Creative Economy of New Mexico,” by Jeffrey Mitchell and Gillian Joyce (2014, .pdf format, 212p.).
Department of Job and Family Services Report: “Employment Trends in the Logistics Industry Cluster,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 28p.).
International Monetary Fund Country Reports: The latest Country Reports (.pdf format) (14/239, 14/244 to 14/252).
International Monetary Fund Periodical: Finance & Development (Vol. 51, No. 3, September 2014, .pdf format).
August 27, 2014
US National Center for Health Statistics Data Brief: “Use of Selected Nonmedication Mental Health Services by Adolescent Boys and Girls With Serious Emotional or Behavioral Difficulties: United States, 2010-2012,” by Lindsey I. Jones, Patricia N. Pastor, Alan E. Simon, and Cynthia A. Reuben (Data Brief No. 163, August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 8p.).
National Statistics Institute Report: “Education in the Republic of Bulgaria, 2014,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 167p.).
Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics News Release: “Bulletin of Marriage and Divorce Statistics 2013,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 4p.).
Turkish Statistical Institute Report: “Prison Statistics, 2012,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 109p.).
US Bureau of Economic Analysis Periodical: Survey of Current Business (Vol. 94, No. 8, August 2014, .pdf format).
US Bureau of Labor Statistics News Release: “Worker Displacement: 2011-2013,” (August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 13p.).
US Congressional Budget Office Report: “An Update to the Budget and Economic Outlook: 2014 to 2024,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 76p.).
US Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service Reports:
A. “Rural Employment Trends in Recession and Recovery,” by Thomas Hertz, Lorin Kusmin, Alexander Marre, and Timothy Parker (Economic Research Report No. (ERR-172), August 2014, .pdf format, 38p.).
B. “Cost Containment in the WIC Program: Vendor Peer Groups and Reimbursement Rates,” by Tina L. Saitone, Richard J. Sexton, and Richard Volpe (Economic Research Report No. (ERR-171), August 2014, .pdf format, 37p.).
National Academy of Social Insurance Report: “Workers’ Compensation: Benefits, Coverage, and Costs, 2012,” by Ishita Sengupta, Marjorie Baldwin, and Virginia Reno (August 2014, .pdf format, 74p.).
Statistics Canada/Statistique Canada Article: “Business Entry and Exit Rates in Canada: A 30-year Perspective,” by Ryan Macdonald (Economic Insights No. 38, August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 9p.).
Statistics South Africa Report: “Building Statistics, 2012,” (Report-50-11-01, August 2014, .pdf format, 150p.).
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific Monograph: Trade Performance and Competitiveness: Selected Issues Relevant for Asian Developing Economies, (August 2014, .pdf format, 193p.).
Rand Labor and Population Program Working Paper: “Soft versus Hard Commitments: A Test on Savings Behaviors,” by Jeremy Burke, Jill E. Luoto, and Francisco Perez-Arce (WR-1055, July 2014, .pdf format, 21p.). Note: Links to the abstract and the full text of the paper available at:
Research Institute for Quantitative Studies in Economics and Population [McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario] Working Paper: ” A Shortcoming of the Conventional Approach to Statistical Explanation for Wage or Income Variation: Offering a Better Alternative,” by Kao-Lee Liaw and Ji-Ping Lin (Research Review No. 453, August 2014, .pdf format, 68p.).
In explaining wage or income by personal attributes (e.g. educational attainment, age, and ethnicity) in a regression model, many researchers choose to use the log of wage or income asthe dependent variable and then to estimate the unknown coefficients by some version of theleast-squares method. We call this approach the conventional approach.
Using the micro data of the 2005-2007 American Community Survey and Taiwan’s 2001-2010 Manpower Utilization Survey, we show that the conventional approach has the serious shortcoming of under-predicting the observed wage structure in the space spanned by the values of the explanatory variables. In addition to revealing the reason for the under-prediction problem and linking the severity of this problem to wage variability, we present a nonlinear approach that does not have this shortcoming. We also offer a SAS module for carrying out the estimation task in the nonlinear approach.
Working Papers: New Economic Papers (NEP)-ALL. The latest list of New Economic Papers is dated August 20, 2014.
August 16, 2014:
World Bank Policy Research Programme: WBPR has recently released several new working papers. See the list at:
New papers are: WPS No. 7010-7016.
Federal Reserve Banks:
Federal Reserve Board Finance and Economic Discussion Series:
NEW: 2014-61 “Do Creditor Rights Increase Employment Risk? Evidence from Loan Covenants,” by Nellie Liang and Antonio Falato.
2014-60 “The scarcity value of Treasury collateral: Repo market effects of security-specific supply and demand factors,” by Stefania D’Amico, Roger Fan, and Yuriy Kitsul.
2014-59 “Precautionary Volatility and Asset Prices,” by Andrew Y. Chen.
District 1: Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (Massachusetts):
NEW: No. 14-6 “Financial Frictions and the Reaction of Stock Prices to Monetary Policy Shocks,” by Ali Ozdagli.
Current Policy Perspectives
NEW: No. 14-2 “Labor Market Exit and Re-Entry: Is the United States Poised for a Rebound in the Labor Force Participation Rate?” by Daniel Cooper and María Jose Luengo-Prado.
District 2: Federal Reserve Bank of New York (New York):
NEW: No. 689 “Job Search Behavior over the Business Cycle,” by Toshihiko Mukoyama, Christina Patterson, and Aysegul Sahin.
No. 688 “A Leverage-Based Measure of Financial Instability,” by Alexander Tepper and Karol Jan Borowiecki.
No. 687 “Shifts in the Beveridge Curve,” by Peter A. Diamond and Aysegul Sahin.
No. 686 “Africa Is on Time,” by Maxim Pinkovskiy and Xavier Sala-i-Martin.
District 3: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (Pennsylvania):
NEW: 14-23 “The Impact of the Home Valuation Code of Conduct on Appraisal and Mortgage Outcomes,” by Lei Ding and Leonard Nakamura.
14-22 “Fiscal Policy: Ex Ante and Ex Post,” by Dean Croushore and Simon van Norden.
District 4: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (Ohio):
NEW: WP 14-08 “Outside Lending in the NYC Call Loan Market,” by Jon R. Moen and Ellis W. Tallman.
WP 14-07 “Federal Reserve Policy and Bretton Woods,” by Michael D. Bordo and Owen F. Humpage.
District 5: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond (Virginia):
NEW: 14-15 “Learning and Life Cycle Patterns of Occupational Transitions,” by Aspen Gorry, Devon Gorry, and Nicholas Trachter.
District 8: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (Missouri):
NEW: Working Paper 2014-024A “Occupational Hazards and Social Disability Insurance,” by Amanda Michaud and David Wiczer.
Working Paper 2014-023A “The 2009 Recovery Act: Stimulus at the Extensive and Intensive Labor Margins,” by William Dupor and M. Saif Mehkari.
Working Paper 2014-022A “The Great Housing Boom of China,” by Kaiji Chen and Yi Wen.
August 26, 2014
Demographic Research Article: “Age patterns of racial/ethnic/nativity differences in disability and physical functioning in the United States,” by Jennifer Melvin, Robert Hummer, Irma Elo, and Neil Mehta (Vol. 31, Article 17, August 2014, .pdf format, p. 497-510).
Ministry of Health Report: “National Health Survey 2012: Summary Of Findings Handbook,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 15p.).
Statistics Canada/Statistique Canada Report: “Inuit health: Selected findings from the 2012 Aboriginal Peoples Survey,” by Susan Wallace (August 2014, .pdf and HTML format, 26p.).
State Statistical Committee of the Republic of Azerbaijan Report: “Healthcare, Social Security and Housing Conditions in Azerbaijan,” (August 2014, .zipped .pdf format, 270p.).
National Bureau of Statistics Report: “Aspects of the standard of living of population in 2013,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 145p.).
Central Statistical Office Report: “Agriculture in 2013,” (August 2014, .pdf and zipped Excel/.pdf format, 180p.).
American Journal of Epidemiology (Vol. 180, No. 1-5, 2014):
American Journal of Public Health (Vol. 104, No. 7 (July 2014), 8 (August 2014), 9 (Septermber 2014), S4 (September 2014).
Annie E. Casey Foundation Compendium: 2014 KIDS COUNT Data Book (July 2014, .pdf format, 56p.).
University of California at Los Angeles Center for Health Policy Research Publications. The latest publications from UCLA HPR are available at:
August 25, 2014
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Papers: NBER has released the following working papers for the weeks of August 25, 2014. Note: check your library for electronic availability.
New papers are: 20387-20413.
Health related: 20400, 20402, 20411.
Sociology related 20397, 20407.
Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Data Release: ICPSR announced the release of a new datasets on August 24, 2014. Note: Some ICPSR studies are available only to ICPSR member institutions. To find out whether your organization is a member, and whether or not it supports ICPSR Direct downloading, see:
The new releases are linked from:
Click on “New Releases through 2014-08-24” on the left side of the page.
University of Michigan Population Studies Center Working Paper: “Motherhood Penalty and Fatherhood Premium? Fertility Effects on Parents in China,” by Zheng Mu and Yu Xie (PSC Research Report No. 14-825, August 2014, .pdf format, 30p.). Note: Links to the abstract and the full text of the paper available at:
Population Reference Bureau Brief: “Communicating Research to Policymakers: Researchers’ Experiences,” by Marlene Lee and Kate Belohlav (August 2014, .pdf format, 9p.).
Australian Institute of Family Studies Report: “Children affected by domestic and family violence: A review of domestic and family violence prevention, early intervention and response services,” by Monica Campo, Rae Kaspiew, Sharnee Moore, and Sarah Tayton (August 2014, .pdf format, 117p.).
Statistics Canada/Statistique Canada Report: “Net Worth of the Household Sector, 1970 to 2012: A Canada-United States Comparison,” by Amélie Lafrance and Ryan Macdonald (Analytical Studies Branch Research Paper Series No. 94, August 2014, .pdf format, 35p.). Note: Links to the abstract and the full text of the paper available at:
Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland:
NEW: Research Technical Paper 09RT14 “ECB Monetary Operations and the Interbank Repo Market,” by Peter G Dunne, Michael Fleming and Andrey Zholos.
Central Bank of Iceland:
NEW: No. 65 “Should Icelandic pension funds hedge currency risk in their foreign investments?” by Asgeir Daníelsson.
Central Reserve Bank of Peru:
NEW: No. 2014-12 “Terms of Trade and Total Factor Productivity: Empirical evidence from Latin American emerging markets,” by Paul Castillo Bardalez and Youel Rojas Zea.
De Nederlandsche Bank:
NEW: 437 “Determinants of the real impact of banking crises: A review and new evidence,” by Philip Wilms, Job Swank and Jakob de Haan.
436 “Openness and the (inverted) aggregate demand logic,” by Job Boerma.
435 “Former foreign affiliates: Cast out and outperformed?” by Beata Javorcik and Steven Poelhekke.
434 “Size and support ratings of US banks,” by Tigran Poghosyan, Charlotte Werger and Jakob de Haan.
433 “Preferential regulatory treatment and banks’ demand for government bonds,” by Clemens Bonner.
432 “Credit ratings and bond spreads of the GIIPS,” by Tim de Vries and Jakob de Haan.
429 “Cash versus debit card: the role of budget control,” by Lola Hernandez, Nicole Jonker and Anneke Kosse.
NEW: 17/2014 “International banking and liquidity risk transmission: lessons from across countries,” by Claudia M. Buch and Linda Goldberg.
16/2014 “Household saving behavior and credit constraints in the Euro area,” by Julia Le Blanc, Alessandro Porpiglia, Federica Teppa, Junyi Zhu, and Michael Ziegelmeyer.
Oesterreichische Nationalbank/National Bank of Austria:
NEW: 195 “The International Transmission of U.S. Structural Shocks - Evidence from Global Vector Autoregressions,” by Martin Feldkircher and Florian Huber.
Reserve Bank of Australia:
NEW: RDP2014-08 “The Effect of the Mining Boom on the Australian Economy,” by Peter Downes, Kevin Hanslow and Peter Tulip.
RDP2014-07 “International Trade Costs, Global Supply Chains and Value-added Trade in Australia,” by Gerard Kelly and Gianni La Cava.
August 22, 2014
Demographic Research Article: “Attrition in the Austrian Generations and Gender Survey: Is there a bias by fertility-relevant aspects?” by Isabella Buber-Ennser (Vol. 31, Article 16, August 2014, .pdf format, p. 459-496).
US Department of Homeland Security Report: “Nonimmigrant Admissions to the United States: 2013,” by Katie Foreman and Randall Monger (July 2014, .pdf format, 8p.).
US National Center for Education Statistics Report: “Transferability of Postsecondary Credit Following Student Transfer or Coenrollment,” by Sean Anthony Simone (NCES 2014163, August 2014, .pdf format, 142p.).
Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences [Washington University] Working Paper: “Use and Communication of Probabilistic Forecasts,” by Adrian E. Raftery (Working Paper No. 145, August 2014, .pdf format, 26p.).
Probabilistic forecasts are becoming more and more available. How should they be used and communicated? What are the obstacles to their use in practice? I review experience with five problems where probabilistic forecasting played an important role. This leads me to identify five types of potential users: Low Stakes Users, who don’t need probabilistic forecasts; General Assessors, who need an overall idea of the uncertainty in the forecast; Change Assessors, who need to know if a change is out of line with expectatations; Risk Avoiders, who wish to limit the risk of an adverse outcome; and Decision Theorists, who quantify their loss function and perform the decision-theoretic calculations. This suggests that it is important to interact with users and to consider their goals. The cognitive research tells us that calibration is important for trust in probability forecasts, and that it is important to match the verbal expression with the task. The cognitive load should be minimized, reducing the probabilistic forecast to a single percentile if appropriate. Probabilities of adverse events and percentiles of the predictive distribution of quantities of interest seem often to be the best way to summarize probabilistic forecasts. Formal decision theory has an important role, but in a limited range of applications.
Table of Contents: Check your library for print/electronic availability.
Urban Affairs Review (Vol. 50, No. 5, September 2014).
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: The latest issue of MMWR, Vol. 63, No. 33, August 22, 2014 (HTML and .pdf formats available from the US Centers for Disease Control site). Note: To access this issue in the future, simply click on “Weekly Report” and then “Past Volumes” on the left side of the page.
Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Data Release: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Data Release: The US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has released a new MEPS data file (August 2014, data in .zip or self decompressing [.exe] ASCII text and SAS Transport format, with documentation in HTML and .pdf format, and SAS and SPSS programming statements in ASCII format).
- MEPS HC-152A: 2012 Prescribed Medicines File
Joseph Rowntree Foundation [UK] Report: “Assessing the social and community risks of council spending cuts in Scotland,” by Darinka Asenova and Bill Stein (August 2014, .pdf format, 48p.).
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Chartbook: “Chart Book: TANF at 18,” (August 2014, .pdf format, 12p.).
Banco Central Do Brasil:
NEW: 354 “Phillips curve in Brazil: an unobserved components approach,” by Vicente da Gama Machado and Marcelo Savino Portugal.
353 “Testing the Liquidity Preference Hypothesis using Survey Forecasts,” by Jose Renato Haas Ornelas and Antonio Francisco de Almeida Silva Jr.
Banco De Espana:
NEW: 1423 “The Two Greatest. Great Recession vs. Great Moderation,” by Maria Dolores Gadea-Rivas, Ana Gomez-Loscos and Gabriel Perez-Quiros.
1422 “The public sector wage premium in Spain: evidence from longitudinal administrative data,” by Laura Hospido and Enrique Moral-Benito.
1421 “Structural reforms in a debt overhang,” by Javier Andres, Oscar Arce and Carlos Thomas.
Banco de Mexico:
NEW: 2014-17 “Heading into Trouble: A Comparison of the Latin American Crises and the Euro Area’s Current Crisis,” by Manuel Ramos-Francia, Ana María Aguilar-Argaez, Santiago García-Verdu, and Gabriel Cuadra-García.
Bank of Canada:
NEW: Working Paper 2014-36 “Global Inflation Dynamics in the Post-Crisis Period: What Explains the Twin Puzzle?” by Christian Friedrich.
Working Paper 2014-35 “Search Frictions, Financial Frictions and Labour Market Fluctuations in Emerging Markets,” by Sumru Altug and Serdar Kabaca.
Working Paper 2014-34 “Housework and Fiscal Expansions,” by Stefano Gnocchi, Daniela Hauser, and Evi Pappa.
Working Paper 2014-33 “Competition in the Cryptocurrency Market,” by Neil Gandal and Hanna Halaburda.
Working Paper 2014-32 “Commodity Price Co-Movement and Global Economic Activity,” by Ron Alquist and Olivier Coibion.
Bank of England:
NEW: Working Paper No. 507 “Estimating time-varying DSGE models using minimum distance methods,” by Liudas Giraitis, George Kapetanios, Konstantinos Theodoridis and Tony Yates.
Working Paper No. 506 “Tailwinds from the East: how has the rising share of imports from emerging markets affected import prices?” by John Lewis and Jumana Saleheen.
Working Paper No. 505 “The cost of human capital depreciation during unemployment,” by Lien Laureys.
Working Paper No. 504 “Quantitative easing and bank lending: a panel data approach,” by Michael A. S. Joyce and Marco Spaltro.
Working Paper No. 503 “Peering into the mist: social learning over an opaque observation network,” by John Barrdear.
Bank of Greece:
NEW: No. 185 “Industry-level labour demand elasticities across the Eurozone: will there be any gain after the pain of internal devaluation?” by Antonis Adam and Thomas Moutos.
No. 184 “Macroeconomic and credit forecasts in a small economy during crisis: A large Bayesian VAR approach,” by Dimitrios P. Louzis.
No. 183 “On modeling banking risk,” by E.G. Tsionas.
No. 182 “BoGGEM: a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model for policy simulations,” by Dimitris Papageorgiou.
No. 181 “The determinants of vat revenue efficiency: recent evidence from Greece,” by Athanasios O. Tagkalakis.
Banque de France:
NEW: 505 “Financial fragility in small open economies: firm balance sheets and the sectoral structure,” by Yannick Kalantzis.
504 “How do households allocate their assets? Stylised facts from the Eurosystem Household Finance and Consumption Survey,” by Luc Arrondel, Laura Bartiloro, Pirmin Fessler, Peter Lindner , Thomas Y. Matha, Cristiana Rampazzi, Frederique Savignac , Tobias Schmidt, Martin Schürz and Philip Vermeulen.
503 “Technological Standardization, Endogenous Productivity and Transitory Dynamics,” by Justus Baron and Julia Schmidt.
502 “International Bailouts: Why Did Banks’ Collective Bet Lead Europe to Rescue Greece?” by Eric Mengus.
Center for Economic Studies/Ifo Institute for Economic Research (CESifo) [Munich, Bavaria, Germany]: CESifo has recently released several new working papers:
The new papers are numbered 4940-4946.
European Central Bank:
NEW: No. 1726 “Banks, shadow banking, and fragility,” by Stephan Luck and Paul Schempp.
No. 1725 “Fiscal devaluation in the euro area: a model-based analysis,” by Sandra Gomes, Pascal Jacquinot, and Massimiliano Pisani.
No. 1724 “Analysing and forecasting price dynamics across euro area countries and sectors: a panel VAR approach,” by Stephane Dees and Jochen Guntner.
No. 1723 “Identifying excessive credit growth and leverage,” by Lucia Alessi and Carsten Detken.
No. 1722 “How do households allocate their assets? Stylised facts from the Eurosystem household finance and consumption survey,” by Luc Arrondel, Laura Bartiloro, Pirmin Fessler, Peter Lindner, Thomas Y. Mathä, Cristiana Rampazzi, Frédérique Savignac, Tobias Schmidt, Martin Schurz, and Philip Vermeulen.
No. 1721 “Capital flows and macroprudential policies - A multilateral assessment of effectiveness and externalities,” by John Beirne and Christian Friedrich.
No. 1720 “Export dynamics and sales at home,” by Nicolas Berman, Antoine Berthou, and Jerome Hericourt.
US Federal Trade Commission Working Paper: “Privacy in Online Markets: A Welfare Analysis of Demand Rotations,” by Daniel P. O’Brien (Working Paper No. 323, July 2014, .pdf format, 43p.). Note: Links to the abstract and the full text of the paper available at:
August 21, 2014
Czech Statistical Office Report: “Demographic Yearbook of Towns of the Czech Republic 2004-2013,” (August 2014, .pdf and Word format).
Statistics Finland Report: “Cultural Statistics 2013,” (June 2014, .pdf format, 267p.).
Statistics Norway Statistical Release: “Marriages and divorces, 2013,” (August 2014, Excel and comma-delimited format).
Department of Economics and Social Affairs Report: “Concise Report on the World Population Situation 2014,” (2014, .pdf format, 30p.).