RESEARCH & DATA
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This new publication focuses on regional food systems as a means for enhancing economic opportunity.
Frank A. Schmid
In the cover story, stock market investors will find out why it's so important to distinguish between these two sides of randomness.
Charles M. Hokayem
In evaluating health-care plans, economists look for the not-so-obvious costs, such as those related to adverse side effects, patients' lost productivity and even volunteers' time.
John R. Hall, Thomas B. King, Andrew P. Meyer, Mark D. Vaughan
Reforms enacted after the S&L crisis have yet to persuade holders of jumbo CDs to monitor their banks' risky practices.
Stephen P. Greene
Kevin L. Kliesen
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