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    • Taking care of your own: Ethnic and religious heterogeneity and income inequality 

      Dincer, Oguzhan; Lambert, Peter J. (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2006)
      Using recently developed indices of fractionalization and polarization, we analyze the direct and indirect effects of ethnic and religious heterogeneity on income inequality and on welfare programs across US states. We ...
    • Taking Emerson Personally 

      Lysaker, John T. (University of Georgia, 2004)
    • A Tale of Two Shares: The Relationship between the 

      Gray, Jo Anna; Stockard, Jean; Stone, Joe A. (Joe Allan), 1948- (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2004-06-01)
      We develop a model of fertility and marriage that implies a magnified effect of marriage rates on the share of births to unmarried women. For U.S. data, plots and regression estimates support the prediction that the share ...
    • Talking About Recycled Water—And Stigmatizing It 

      Paul Slovic, Ph.D. (Decision Research, 2009-03)
      The word “stigma” was used by the ancient Greeks to refer to a mark placed on an individual to signify infamy or disgrace—to show, for example, that the bearer was a slave or a criminal. As used today, the word denotes ...
    • THE TAOIST VISION: A STUDY OF T'AO YUAN-MING'S NATURE POETRY 

      Palandri, Angela C. Y. Jung, 1926- (Dialogue Publishing Company, 1988-06)
    • Tariff-jumping FDI and Domestic Firms’ Profits 

      Blonigen, Bruce A. (Bruce Aloysius); Tomlin, KaSaundra, 1969-; Wilson, Wesley W. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2002-06-01)
      Studies of the welfare implications of trade policy often do not take account of the potential for tariff-jumping FDI to mitigate positive gains to domestic producers. We use event study methodology to examine the market ...
    • Tax Competition and Foreign Capital 

      Davies, Ronald B.; Gresik, Thomas A. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2001-01-01)
      This paper derives welfare equivalence of double taxation rules in a tax competition model with discriminatory home taxes and the ability to finance subsidiary operations with host country capital. For a more general model, ...
    • Tax Competition for Heterogeneous Firms with Endogenous Entry 

      Davies, Ronald B.; Eckel, Carsten (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2007-03)
      This paper models tax competition for mobile firms that are differentiated by the amount of labor needed to cover fixed costs. Because tax competition affects the distribution of firms, it affects both relative equilibrium ...
    • Tax Competition for Heterogeneous Firms with Endogenous Entry: The Case of Heterogeneous Fixed Costs 

      Davies, Ronald B.; Eckel, Carsten (University of Oregon. Dept of Economics, 2007-02)
      This paper models tax competition for mobile firms that are differentiated by the amount of labor needed to cover fixed costs. Because tax competition affects the distribution of firms, it affects both relative equilibrium ...
    • Tax Competition for International Producers and the Mode of Foreign Market Entry 

      Davies, Ronald B.; Egger, Hartmut; Egger, Peter (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2003-04-10)
      This paper studies non-cooperative tax competition between two countries for an international producer. The international producer chooses where to locate its headquarters and whether to serve the overseas market through ...
    • Tax Treaties, Renegotiations, and Foreign Direct Investment 

      Davies, Ronald B. (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2003-06-10)
      Bilateral tax treaties are an important method of international tax cooperation. I survey the existing literature on these agreements, highlighting the differences between the standard view that treaties increase foreign ...
    • Taxes, Government Expenditures, and State Economic Growth: The Role of Nonlinearities 

      Bania, Neil; Gray, Jo Anna (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2006-06)
      Barro’s (1990) model of endogenous growth implies that economic growth will initially rise with an increase in taxes directed toward “productive” expenditures (e.g., education, highways, and streets), but will subsequently ...
    • Teachers’ Unions: Outcomes and Reform Initiatives 

      Eberts, Randall W.; Hollenbeck, Kevin; Stone, Joe A. (Joe Allan), 1948- (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2002-02-01)
      No abstract submitted.
    • Teacher’s Guide to Computers in the Elementary School 

      Moursund, David G. (D. Moursund, 2005-01)
      January 2005 reprint of Dave Moursund’s 1980 booklet. This booklet is written for preservice and inservice elementary school teachers. Thus we will assume that you fall into one of those categories and speak directly to ...
    • The Technology Coordinator 

      Moursund, David G. (International Society for Technology in Education, 1992)
      This book is for people who are currently TCs, or who are thinking about obtaining one of these positions. It is also for school administrators who are exploring the possibility of creating TC positions and hiring TCs. ...
    • Technology, Agglomeration, and Regional Competition for Investment 

      Blonigen, Bruce A. (Bruce Aloysius); Kolpin, Van (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2001-06-01)
      The active "courting" of firms by municipalities, regions, and even nations has a long-standing history and the competition for firm location through a wide variety of incentives seems to have escalated to new heights in ...
    • Technology, Agglomeration, and Regional Competition for Investment 

      Blonigen, Bruce A. (Bruce Aloysius); Kolpin, Van (University of Oregon, Dept of Economics, 2003-09-01)
      The active "courting" of firms by municipalities, regions, and even nations has a long-standing history and the competition for firm location through a wide variety of incentives seems to have escalated to new heights in ...
    • Test of Choice Set Misspecification for Discrete Models of Consumer Choice 

      DeShazo, J. R.; Cameron, Trudy Ann; Saenz, Manrique, 1971- (University of Oregon, Dept. of Economics, 2001-11-05)
      We develop and evaluate a test of choice set misspecification for a multinomial logit choice model. This test determines whether the choice set designated by the researcher mistakenly assigns relevant substitutes to the ...