Working papers


2017

  Michael Spanbauer. 2017. Self-defense Policy, Justified Homicides, and Race. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1708. 

  Michael Spanbauer, Lindsay Johnson, and Patrick Button. 2017. How Valuable are National Parks? Evidence from a Proposed National Park Expansion in Alaska. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1707. 

  Jacqueline Fiore. 2017. The Impact of the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid Expansion on Medicaid Spending by Health Care Service Category. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1706. 

  James Alm and Mir Ahmad Khan. 2017. Tax Policy Effects on Business Incentives in Pakistan. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1705. 

   James Alm and Daniel Teles. 2017. State and Federal Tax Policy toward Nonprofit Organizations. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1704. 

   James Alm and Ali Enami. 2017. Do Government Subsidies to Low-income Individuals Affect Interstate Migration? Evidence from the Massachusetts Health Care Reform. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1703. 

   James Alm. 2017. Is Economics Useful for Public Policy?. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1702. 

   Nora Lustig. 2017. Fiscal Policy, Income Redistribution and Poverty Reduction in Low and Middle Income Countries. Tulane University Economics Working Paper 1701.