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Baum-Snow, N., and Kahn, M.E. (2000) The effects of new public projects to expand urban rail transit. Journal of Public Economics, 77(2): 241-263.
Bondonio, D., and Engberg, J.B. (2000) Enterprise Zones and Local Employment: Evidence From the States' Programs. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 30(5): 519-549.
Bondonio, D., and Greenbaum, R. T. (2007). Do local tax incentives affect economic growth? What mean impacts miss in the analysis of enterprise zone policies. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 37(1): 121-136.
Broz, J.L. (2005) Congressional politics of international financial rescues. American Journal of Political Science, 49(3): 479-496.
Broz, J. (2008) Congressional voting on funding the international financial institutions. The Review of International Organizations, 3(4): 351-374.
Broz, J.L. and Hawes, M.B. (2006) Congressional politics of financing the International Monetary Fund. International Organization, 60(2): 367-399.
Busch, M.L., and Reinhardt, E. (2000) Geography, international trade, and political mobilization in U.S. industries. American Journal of Political Science, 44(4): 703-719.
Busch, M.L., and Reinhardt, E. (1999) Industrial location and protection: The political and economic geography of U.S. nontariff barriers. American Journal of Political Science, 43(4): 1028-1050.
Calsyn, R.J., and Winter, J.P. (2000) Predicting different types of service use by the elderly: the strength of the behavioral model and the value of interaction terms. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 19(3): 284-303.
Calsyn, R.J., and Winter, J.P. (1999) Predicting older adults' knowledge of services. Journal of Social Service Research, 25(4): 1-14.
Calsyn, R.J., and Winter, J.P. (1999) Predicting specific service awareness dimensions. Research on Aging, 21(6): 762-780.
Calsyn, R.J., and Winter, J.P. (1999) Who attends senior centers? Journal of Social Service Research, 26(2): 53-69.
Chang, V.W. and Christakis, (2005) Income inequality and weight status in US metropolitan areas. Social Science and Medicine, 61(1): 83-96.
Charles, K.K. and Kline, P. (2006) Relational costs and the production of social capital: Evidence from carpooling. The Economic Journal, 116(511): 581-604.
Gordon, J., Kim, H.M.M., Timothy, J. (2007) US federal research & development funding: Strategic trade policy tool, by-product of military competition, or politics as usual? Review of International Political Economy, 14(3): 412-438.
Gordon, R.A., and Chase-Lansdale, P.L. (2001) Availability of child care in the United States: A description and analysis of data sources. Demography, 38(2): 299.
Greenbaum, R.T. (2004) Siting it right: do states target economic distress when designating enterprise zones? Economic Development Quarterly, 18(1): 67-80.
Greenbaum, R.T., and Engberg, J.B. (2004) The impact of state enterprise zones on urban manufacturing establishments. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 23(2): 315-339.
Kahn, M.E. (2007) Do greens drive Hummers or hybrids? Environmental ideology as a determinant of consumer choice. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 54(2): 129-145.
Kim, J., and Lauderdale, D.S. (2002) The role of community context in immigrant elderly living arrangements: Korean American elderly. Research on Aging, 24(6): 630.
Stanford, J.B., Thurman, P.B., and Lemaire, J.C. (1999) Physicians' knowledge and practices regarding natural family planning. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 94(5): 672-678.
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