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• #### Economic and Political Implications of New Developments in Thin Film Solar Technology ﻿

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Recent developments suggest that solar panels that are expected to be in production by early 2002 will be able to compete with gas priced at $2.50 to$3.50 in the southern United States. If the cost of solar power continues ...

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• #### The Economics of Disengagement ﻿

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This proposal would enable Israel to disengage from the Palestinians without creating a Palestinian state that is the economic equivalent of Haiti. The essential idea is to augment Gaza by approximately 4,000 square ...

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• #### Economics of Pricing the Cost of Carbon Dioxide Restrictions in the Production of Electricity ﻿

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One of the more difficult issues in the debate over policy to reduce carbon dioxide emissions is calculating the cost of a carbon dioxide constraint. In this paper, we calculate the cost of a carbon dioxide constraint in ...

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• #### Educating Girls in the Middle East ﻿

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October 11, 2013, marks the International Day of the Girl Child. This day of recognition, established [1] by the United Nations General Assembly in December 2011, aims to raise awareness of the status of female children’s ...
• #### Education and Asymmetric Hispanic Assimilation: A Preliminary Exploration ﻿

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In a recent book, Samuel Huntington argues that Hispanic immigration threatens “America’s identity, values and way of life.” He supports this argument by citing data that supports the widely held belief that Hispanics have ...

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• #### Effects of Low-Skilled Immigration on U.S. Natives: Evidence from Hurricane Mitch ﻿

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Starting in the 1980s, the composition of immigrants to the U.S. shifted towards less-skilled workers. Around this time, real wages and employment of younger and less-educated U.S. workers fell. Some believe that recent ...
• #### Effects of North American Shale Gas on the World Natural Gas Market ﻿

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In this paper, we develop an “OPEC” type of model for the world natural gas market where buyers and sellers (dominant producers and competitive fringe) are connected by a trading network. The market power of a producer ...

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