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Labor Market Institutions and Unemployment: A Critical Analysis of Cross-Country Evidence

November 2002, Dean Baker, Andrew Glyn, David Howell and John Schmitt

 
Promoting Good Ideas on Drugs: Are Patents the Best Way?
October 2002, Dean Baker and Noriko Chatani
 
Paying the Bills in Brazil: Does the IMF Math Add Up?
September 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker
 
Give Me a Break: The Extent of Paid Holidays and Vacation
September 2002, Helene Jorgensen
 
Argentina Since Default: The IMF and the Depression
September 2002, Alan Cibils, Mark Weisbrot and Debayani Kar
 
The Run-Up in Home Prices: Is it Real or Is it Another Bubble?
August 2002, Dean Baker
 
Defined Contributions from Workers, Guaranteed Benefits for Bankers: The World Bank's Approach to Social Security Reform
July 2002, Dean Baker and Debayani Kar
 
The Stock Market Bubble and Investing Social Security in the Stock Market

July 2002, Dean Baker

 
The Relative Impact of Trade Liberalization on Developing Countries
June 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker
 
Business Week Restates the Nineties

April 2002, Dean Baker

 
The Role of Social Security Privitization in Argentina's Economic Crisis
April 2002, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot
 
When 'Good Parents' Go Bad: The IMF in Argentina
April 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker
 
Argentina’s Economic Meltdown: Causes and Remedies
March 5, 2002, Testimony of Mark Weisbrot before the Subcommittee on International Monetary Policy and Trade of the Committee on Budget and Financial Services (House of Representatives)
 
Alan Greenspan and the ECB: Different Policies, Different Results

February 2002, Dean Baker

 
The Cost of the War on Terrorism and the Cost of Social Security
February 2002, Dean Baker
 
What Happened to Argentina?

January 2002, Mark Weisbrot and Dean Baker

 
The New Economy Recession: Economic Scorecard 2001

December 2001, Dean Baker

 
Stock Returns for Dummies
December 2001, Dean Baker
 
Money for Nothing: The Increasing Cost of Foreign Reserve Holdings to Developing Nations

November 2001, Dean Baker and Karl Walentin

 
The New Economy Goes Bust: What the Record Shows

October 2001, Dean Baker

 
Will New Trade Gains Make Us Rich? An Assessment of the Prospective Gains from New Trade Agreements

October 2001, Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot

 
Hot Air Over the Artic? An Assessment of the WEFA Study on the Economic Impact of ANWR Oil Drilling
September 2001, Dean Baker
 
The Problems Facing Social Security
August 14, 2001, Comments by Dean Baker to the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security
 
The World Bank's Attack on Social Security
August 2001, Dean Baker
 
Defaulting on the Social Security Trust Fund Bonds: Winners and Losers
July 2001, Dean Baker
 
The Scorecard on Globalization 1980-2000: 20 Years of Diminished Progress

July 2001, Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker, Egor Kraev, Judy Chen

 
Effective Currency Transactions Taxes: The Need to Tax Derivatives
July 2001, Dean Baker
 
Is the Treasury Above the Law?
June 2001, Robert Naiman
 
Growth May Be Good for the Poor, But are IMF and World Bank Policies Good for Growth?

May 2001, Mark Weisbrot, Dean Baker, Robert Naiman, and Gila Neta

 
Vaccine Buying Pools: Is More Protectionism the Best Route?
May 2001, Dean Baker
 
Gaining with Trade?

March 2001, Dean Baker

 
NAIRU: Dangerous Dogma at the Fed

December 2000, Dean Baker

 
One Year After Seattle: Globalization Revisited

November 2000, Mark Weisbrot

 
The Costs of the Stock Market Bubble

November 2000, Dean Baker

 
The Emperor Has No Growth: Declining Economic Growth Rates in the Era of Globalization

November 2000, Mark Weisbrot, Robert Naiman and Joyce Kim

 
Diverting the Old Age Crisis: International Projections of Living Standards in the 21st Century

July 2000, Dean Baker

 
The Administrative Costs of the Bush and Gore Proposals for Individual Accounts
July 2000, Dean Baker
 
Gov. Bush's Individual Account Proposal: A Reassessment Using Realistic Stock Return Projection
June 2000, Dean Baker
 
Double Bubble: The Implications of the Over-Valuation of the Stock Market and the Dollar
June 2000, Dean Baker
 
Taxing Financial Speculation: Shifting the Tax Burden from Wages to Wagers
February 2000, Dean Baker
 
Globalization: A Primer
October 1999, Mark Weisbrot
 
Shameful Moments in Economics I: The Social Security Debate
June 1999, Dean Baker
 
Recent Experience with International Financial Markets: Lessons for the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA)
April 1999, Mark Weisbrot and Neil Watkins
 
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