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- 2-period NGM: impact of permanent public consumption on efficient labor in period 1
- 2-period NGM: impact of permanent public consumption on equilibrium labor in period 1
- A Public-goods Game
- Capital Tax Incidence with the Furman Ratio
- Capital Tax Incidence in the Presence of Monopoly
- Corporate Tax Incidence with the Furman Ratio
- Demand Systems Adding Up
- Excise Taxation in a Competitive Market
- Homogenous quasiconcave production functions are concave (2D)
- Homogenous quasiconcave production functions are concave (3D)
- Homogenous quasiconcave production functions are concave (4D)
- Industry Equilibrium: Cross-factor-price effect
- Industry Equilibrium: Marshall's Laws of Derived Demand
- Pass-through by a single-price monopolist
- Preference changes: the example of risk aversion
- The Price of skill affects the selection rule
- Risk aversion: constant absolute
- Risk aversion: constant relative
- The Laffer curve for excise taxes
- The Recession but for Its Demand Shift

- A Local Maximum of a Concave Function is a Global Maximum
- Countercyclical policy
- Excise Taxation in a Competitive Market
- Full-time employment taxes: no effect on part-time schedules
- Full-time employment taxes: the 29ers
- Full-time employment taxes: three possible outcomes
- Homogenous quasiconcave production functions are concave (8 points)
- Is an Equilibrium Unique? Why or Why Not?
- Laffer curve: elastic labor demand guarantees lower utility with higher tax
- Laffer curve: normal goods guarantees lower utility with higher tax
- Laffer curve: the higher tax can have more labor
- Laffer curve: the higher tax can have more utility
- Median Voter Theorem
- The Medicaid Notch
- Parameter identification in discrete-choice models
- Progressive Policy and Inequality
- The Generalized Law of Demand

- International Conflict as a Prisoner's Dilemma
- OLS Regression with one independent variable
- OLS Regression with three independent variables
- Partial identification in a classical measurement error model
- A supply shifter partially identifies the supply slope
- TSLS Regression

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