American Economic Review

Vol. 106 No. 5 May 2016

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by Robert J. Shiller
(pp. xi-xii)
Richard T. Ely Lecture
The United States Economy: Where To from Here?
Critiquing Robert J. Gordon's The Rise and Fall of American Growth
Infrastructure and Development
Productivity, Regulation, and Allocation: Macro, Industry- and Firm-Level Evidence
Predictive Cities
Digitization and Innovation
Private Data
Labor Markets with Occupational Licensing: Their Economic Effects
The Design and Use of Patents
New Developments in Firm Dynamics in Understanding Business Dynamism
Attitudes, Markets, and Oligarchs in Russia
The Economics of Gender
Gender in Corporation Management
Gender Gaps in Childhood: Skills, Behavior, and Labor Market Preparedness
Evidence from Lab and Field Experiments on Discrimination
Public Economics
Education, Earnings, and Redistribution
Research in Economic Education: Efficacy of Interventions in Economic Education
Value-Added Models: New Methods and Applications
Identity Economics 2016
Unfamiliar Psychologies: Applications of Behavioral Science Not Commonly Used in Economics
60 Million Refugees
Health Outcomes, Immigration, and Development
Money and Monetary Policy with Financial Frictions
Global Reserve Assets in a Low Interest Rate World

The Sovereign-Bank Diabolic Loop and ESBies

by Markus K. Brunnermeier, Luis Garicano, Philip R. Lane, Marco Pagano, Ricardo Reis, Tano Santos, David Thesmar, Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh, and Dimitri Vayanos
(pp. 508-12)
Historical Perspectives on Financial Crisis, Banks, and Regulation
Quantitative Modeling of the Financial Crisis
Do Capital Flows Need to be Tamed?
Information Design and Bayesian Persuasion
Valuing Climate Change Catastrophes
Homeownership and the American Dream
Measuring Top Wealth Shares
Estate Taxation and the Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth