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              Books by Casey B. Mulligan

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              Parental Priorities and Economic Inequality

              Parental Priorities and Economic Inequality (Hardback)

              By Mulligan, Casey B.

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              Arguing that parental actions are important sources of wealth inequality, this book examines the transmission of economic status from one generation to another by constructing a model of parental preferences. It offers evidence on the intergenerational transfer of consumption, ea...rnings and wealth.
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              ISBN 9780226548395
              Released NZ 15 Jan 1997
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              The Redistribution Recession: How Labor Market Distortions Contracted the Economy

              The Redistribution Recession: How Labor Market Distortions Contracted the Economy (Hardback)

              By Mulligan, Casey B.

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              The Redistribution Recession is a controversial, clear-cut, and thoroughly researched analysis of the effects of various government policies on the labor market during the recent recession.

              ISBN 9780199942213
              Released NZ 31 Jan 2013
              Publisher Oxford University Press (S1)
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Side Effects and Complications: The Economic Consequences of Health-Care Reform
               

              Side Effects and Complications: The Economic Consequences of Health-Care Reform (Hardback)

              By Mulligan, Casey B.; Other A01

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              The Affordable Care Act will have a dangerous effect on the American economy. That may sound like a political stance, but it's a conclusion directly borne out by economic forecasts. In Side Effects and Complications, preeminent labor economist Casey B. Mulligan brings to light th...e dire economic realities that have been lost in the ideological debate over the ACA, and he offers an eye-opening, accessible look at the price American citizens will pay because of it. Looking specifically at the labor market, Mulligan reveals how the costs of health care under the ACA actually create implicit taxes on individuals, and how increased costs to employers will be passed on to their employees. Mulligan shows how, as a result, millions of workers will find themselves in a situation in which full-time work, adjusted for the expense of health care, will actually pay less than part-time work or even not working at all. Analyzing the incentives-or lack thereof-for people to earn more by working more, Mulligan offers projections on how many hours people will work and how productively they will work, as well as how much they will spend in general. Using the powerful tools of economics, he then illustrates the detrimental consequences on overall employment in the near future. Drawing on extensive knowledge of the labor market and the economic theories at its foundation, Side Effects and Complications offers a crucial wake-up call about the risks the ACA poses for the economy. Plainly laying out the true costs of the ACA, Mulligan's grounded and thorough predictions are something that workers and policy makers cannot afford to ignore.
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              ISBN 9780226285603
              Released NZ 15 Oct 2015
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Chicago Price Theory

              Chicago Price Theory (Hardback)

              By Jaffe, Sonia; Minton, Robert; Mulligan, Casey B.; Murphy, Kevin M.

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              Price theory is a powerful analytical toolkit for measuring, explaining, and predicting human behavior in the marketplace. This incisive textbook provides an essential introduction to the subject, offering a diverse array of practical methods that empower students to learn by doi...ng.
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              ISBN 9780691192970
              Released NZ 15 Sep 2019
              Publisher Princeton University Pre
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Parental Priorities and Economic Inequality
               

              Parental Priorities and Economic Inequality (Paperback, New edition)

              By Mulligan, Casey B.

              • RRP: $93.99
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              Arguing that parental actions are important sources of wealth inequality, this book examines the transmission of economic status from one generation to another by constructing a model of parental preferences. It offers evidence on the intergenerational transfer of consumption, ea...rnings and wealth.
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              ISBN 9780226548401
              Released NZ 15 Jan 1997
              Publisher John Wiley & Sons Australia Lt
              Interest Age 19+ years
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              Finance and Economics Discussion Series: Inflation and the Size of Government
                

              Finance and Economics Discussion Series: Inflation and the Size of Government (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Han, Song; Mulligan, Casey B.; Created by States Federal Reserve Board, United

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              It is commonly supposed in public and academic discourse that inflation and big government are related. We show that economic theory delivers such a prediction only in special cases. As an empirical matter, inflation is significantly positively related to the size of government m...ainly when periods of war and peace are compared. We find a weak positive peacetime time series correlation between inflation and the size of government and a negative cross-country correlation of inflation with non-defense spending.
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              ISBN 9781288715992
              Released NZ 6 Feb 2013
              Publisher Bibliogov
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              You're Hired!: Untold Successes and Failures of a Populist President
               

              You're Hired!: Untold Successes and Failures of a Populist President (Hardback)

              By Mulligan, Casey B.

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              Donald J. Trump had essentially zero experience running for office and his candidacy for President of the United States was opposed by many in both parties that dominate American politics. Nevertheless, in 2016 the American people told him You're hired! . As an insider, scholar, ...and Chief Economist of the President's Council of Economic Advisers, Casey Mulligan presents riveting first-hand accounts of President Trump's engagement with policy and politics. The struggle between Trump and a ruling class is skillfully presented by revealing business practices that President Trump is using to dismantle and reshape the Federal administrative state. It proves that today's populism has some real substance, but also acknowledges Trump's political incorrectness. You're Hired! brilliantly details the administration's successes and failures alongside the scandals, and accurately portrays the approach and capabilities of our President and our government. You will feel like an insider as you learn how Trump handles auto companies, Senator Bernie Sanders, immigration, international aid, the 2016 election, Twitter, and more that the news media has often failed to report or explain. Rigorous evidence is detailed on assertions that the White House staff is in perpetual chaos which is directly attributable to the President. A fascinating comparison of the similarities and differences between Presidents Reagan and Trump is presented along with topics including Obamacare, Putin, the opioid epidemic, and tariffs. This book highlights the great divides created by the President and his Make America Great Again (MAGA) supporters being on one side and a small, unelected, and insulated class who have years of experience running, and reporting on the Federal government being on the other side. Anyone wanting to understand, emulate, or oppose President Trump's populist methods will be enthralled by accurate first-hand accounts of how he engages with policy and politics.
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              ISBN 9781645720133
              Released NZ 3 Sep 2020
              Publisher Republic Book Publishers
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