The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy
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- The Inheritance of Educational Inequality: International Comparisons and Fifty-Year Trends by Hertz, Tom/ Jayasundera, Tamara/ Piraino, Patrizio/ Selcuk, Sibel/ Smith, Nicole and Verashchagina, Alina
- IQ and Family Background: Are Associations Strong or Weak? by Björklund, Anders/ Hederos Eriksson, Karin and Jäntti, Markus
- Mental Health and Academic Success in College by Eisenberg, Daniel/ Golberstein, Ezra and Hunt, Justin B
- Economic Decision-Making in Poverty Depletes Behavioral Control by Spears, Dean
- Racial and Economic Factors in Attitudes to Immigration by Dustmann, Christian and Preston, Ian P
- Do Rising Top Income Shares Affect the Incomes or Earnings of Low and Middle-Income Families? by Thompson, Jeffrey P. and Leight, Elias
- Therapeutic Equivalence and the Generic Competition Paradox by Nabin, Munirul Haque/ Mohan, Vijay/ Nicholas, Aaron and Sgro, Pasquale M.
- Corporate Social Responsibility for Irresponsibility by Kotchen, Matthew and Moon, Jon J.
- The Causal Effect of Studying on Academic Performance by Stinebrickner, Ralph and Stinebrickner, Todd R.
- Before and After: Gender Transitions, Human Capital, and Workplace Experiences by Schilt, Kristen and Wiswall, Matthew
- The Evolution of Household Income Volatility by Dynan, Karen/ Elmendorf, Douglas and Sichel, Daniel
- The Impact of Voluntary Youth Service on Future Outcomes: Evidence from Teach For America by Dobbie, Will and Fryer, Jr., Roland G.
- Environmental Policy as Social Policy? The Impact of Childhood Lead Exposure on Crime by Reyes, Jessica Wolpaw
- Are You Paying Your Employees to Cheat? An Experimental Investigation by Cadsby, C. Bram/ Song, Fei and Tapon, Francis
- Turf and Illegal Drug Market Competition between Gangs by Naranjo, Alberto J.
- What Do We Know About Cross-subsidization? Evidence from Merging Firms by Chevalier, Judith
- Starting School at Four: The Effect of Universal Pre-Kindergarten on Children's Academic Achievement by Fitzpatrick, Maria D
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- Does Federal Research Funding Increase University Research Output?
- Do Publicly Traded Corporations Act in the Public Interest?
- Protection and the Business Cycle
- Ethnic Ties and the Provision of Credit: Relationship-Level Evidence from African Firms
- Spillovers from Local Market Human Capital and the Spatial Distribution of Productivity in Malaysia
- Welfare Reform and Non-Marital Fertility in the 1990s: Evidence from Birth Records
- Contestable Licensing
- Willingness to Pay for Environmental Quality: Testable Empirical Implications of the Growth and Environment Literature
- Why Do the Poor and the Less-Educated Pay More for Long-Distance Calls?
- A Model of Welfare-Reducing Settlement
- How Does Job Loss Affect the Timing of Retirement?
- Information, the Introduction of Roths, and IRA Participation
- Willingness to Pay for Environmental Quality: Testable Empirical Implications of the Growth and Environment Literature: Comment
- Quantity Controls, License Transferability, and the Level of Investment
- Instrumental Variables for Binary Treatments with Heterogenous Treatment Effects: A Simple Exposition
- Do Parents Value Changes in Test Scores? High Stakes Testing in Texas
- Law Serials Pricing and Mergers: A Portfolio Approach
- Racial Bias in Motor Vehicle Searches: Additional Theory and Evidence
- Poverty Measurement Under Risk Aversion Using Panel Data
- Anti-trade Bias in Trade Policy and General Equilibrium
- Race and the Digital Divide
- Cost Recovery, Efficiency, and Economic Organization for Water Utilities
- A Minimum of Rivalry: Evidence from Transition Economies on the Importance of Competition for Innovation and Growth
- Selective Enforcement of Copyright as an Optimal Monopolistic Behavior
- Robin Hood's Compromise: The Economics of Moderate Land Reforms
- Pricing Coordination Failures and Health Care Provider Integration
- Access Charges in the Presence of Call Externalities
- The Neutrality of Interchange Fees in Payment Systems
- Horizontal Mergers Without Synergies May Increase Consumer Welfare
- Time-Consistent Policy and Politics: Does Voting Matter When Individuals Are Identical?
- New Evidence on Eastern Europe's Pollution Progress
- Can economic theory explain piracy behavior?
- Pouring Money Down the Drain? How Sunk Investments and Signing Bonuses can Improve Employee Incentives
- Mergers and Deterrence
- Legal Hold-up in Cotenancy
- How Should Unemployment Benefits Respond to the Business Cycle?
- Preventive Health Care and Payment Systems
- The Geography of Intra-Industry Trade: empirics
- Can Price Discrimination be Bad for Firms and Good for All Consumers? A Theoretical Analysis of Cross-Market Price Constraints with Entry and Product Differentiation
- National Treatment and the Choice Between Exports and FDI
- Using the Survivor Technique to Estimate Returns to Scale and Optimum Firm Size
- What Determines Environmental Performance at Paper Mills? The Roles of Abatement Spending, Regulation, and Efficiency
- Federal Tax Benefits for Child Care: Progressivity Over Time, EGTRRA, and the Alternative Minimum Tax
- Real Options, Conflicting Valuations, and Favoritism
- Incentives to Invest in Transport Cost Reduction - Conceptual Issues and an Application to Electronic Commerce
Poverty Measurement Under Risk Aversion Using Panel Data
This paper shows how to take into account risk aversion when measuring poverty under income variability. An application to British panel data suggests that income and poverty comparisons between the self-employed and other groups of households are sensitive to assumptions on the degree of risk aversion. The results point to the importance of panel data in order to account for risk aversion and income variability in the measurement of poverty.