NYU Stern

Working Papers

2002


Focusing on Fannie and Freddie: The Dilemmas of Reforming Housing Finance, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-02-01, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Financial Modernization after Gramm-Leach-Bliley: What About Communities?, by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-02-02, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


What's Been Happening To Aggregate Concentration in the United States? (And Should We Care?), by Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-02-03, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Relationship Lending and Denovo Banks: An examination of Bank Lending to Small Farm Borrowers, by Jalal Akhavein, Lawrence G. Goldberg and Lawrence J. White, Working Paper EC-02-04, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


The Behavior of the Fixed Effects Estimator in Nonlinear Models, by William Greene, Working Paper EC-02-05, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Convenient estimators for the panel probit model: Further results, by William Greene, Working Paper EC-02-06, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Do Non-profit Enterprises Pay More For Their Labor Inputs? An Examination of Hospital Behavior, by Paula James, Working Paper EC-02-07, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Concentration and Pricing in the Hospital Sector, by Paula James, Working Paper EC-02-08, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Is The Medical Arms Race Still Present In Today's Managed Care Environment?, by Paula James, EC-02-09, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Reforming Fannie and Freddie: Privatization is the Way, by Lawrence White, EC-02-10, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Globalized Securities Markets and Accounting: How Many Standards?, by Lawrence White, EC-02-11, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Staples-Office Depot and UP-SP: An Antitrust Tale of Two Proposed Mergers, by Lawrence White, EC-02-12, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


International Trade In Services: More Than Meets the Eye, by Lawrence White, EC-02-13, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Simultaneous Ascending Bid Auctions with Budget Constraints, by Sandro Brusco and Giuseppe Lopomo, EC-02-14, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Does Income Inequality Lead to Consumption Inequality? Evidence and Theory, by Dirk Kreuger and Fabrizio Perri, EC-02-15, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Fixed and Random Effects in Stochastic Frontier Models, by William Greene, EC-02-16, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Microeconomics and Antitrust in MBA Programs: What's Thought, What's Taught, by Lawrence White, EC-02-17, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Empirical Studies of Financial Innovation: Lots of Talk, Little Action?, by W. Scott Frame Lawrence White, EC-02-18, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.


Does it Pay to be First? Sequential Locational Choice and Foreclosure, by Nicholas Economides, Jamie Howell and Sergio Meza, EC-02-19, Stern School of Business, N.Y.U.