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Cato Journal, Vol. 29

Volumes: 30, 29, 28, 27.

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Volume 29, Issue 3 (Fall 2009)

Peter Bauer and the Failure of Foreign Aid Andrei Shleifer
What Can Aid Do? David B. Skarbek and Peter T. Leeson
Vikings in Greece: Kleptocratic Interest Groups in a Closed, Rent-Seeking Economy Michael Mitsopoulos and Theodore Pelagidis
Never a Neutral State: American Race Relations and Government Power Jason Kuznicki
Predicting the Incumbent Party Vote Share in U.S. Presidential Elections Masoud Moghaddam and Hallie Elich
Tax-Spend or Fiscal Illusion? Andrew T. Young
Starve the Beast: A Further Examination Michael J. New
Scientific Shortcomings in the EPA's Endangerment Finding from Greenhouse Gases Patrick J. Michaels and Paul C. Knappenberger
Trade Protectionism and Electoral Outcome Miaojie Yu
The Undemanding Ethics of Capitalism William A. Niskanen
The Misuse of Economic History: Flawed Analogies with Japan's "Liquidity Trap" and the Great Depression Alan Reynolds
Animal Spirits: How Human Psychology Drives the Economy, and Why It Matters for Global Capitalism by George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller Reviewed by Jagadeesh Gokhale
Striking First: Preemption and Prevention in International Conflict by Michael Doyle Reviewed by Christopher Preble
Economic Development and Transition: Thought, Strategy, and Viability by Justin Yifu Lin Reviewed by James A. Dorn

Volume 29, Issue 2 (Spring/Summer 2009)

Effects of the Financial Crisis on the U.S.-China Economic Relationship Eswar S. Prasad
Economic Development and Growth: A Survey Meir Kohn
Can Latin America Prosper by Reducing the Size of Government? Radhames Lizardo and André V. Mollick
The Effects of Corruption on FDI Inflows Ali Al-Sadig
U.S. Energy Policy and the Presumption of Market Failure Peter Z. Grossman
The Potential for System-Friendly K–12 Reform John Merrifield
Mandatory Health Insurance: Lessons from Massachusetts Craig J. Richardson
On the Measurement of Zimbabwe’s Hyperinflation Steve H. Hanke and Alex K. F. Kwok
The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World by Niall Ferguson Reviewed by David Beckworth
Small Change: Money, Political Parties, and Campaign Finance Reform by Raymond J. La Raja Reviewed by R. Sam Garrett
The Libertarian Illusion: Ideology, Public Policy, and the Assault on the Common Good by William E. Hudson Reviewed by Jason Kuznicki

Volume 29, Issue 1 (Winter 2009)

Editor's Note James A. Dorn
Bailout or Bankruptcy? Jeffrey A. Miron
Origins of the Financial Market Crisis of 2008 Anna J. Schwartz
Reflections on the Financial Crisis Allan H. Meltzer
Monetary Policy and Asset Prices Revisited Donald L. Kohn
Asset Prices and Monetary Policy Otmar Issing
What Lessons Can We Learn from the Boom and Turmoil? Jeffrey M. Lacker
Financial Innovation, Regulation, and Reform Charles W. Calomiris
Bad Rules Produce Bad Outcomes: Underlying Public-Policy Causes of the U.S. Financial Crisis Bert Ely
Federal Reserve Policy and the Housing Bubble Lawrence H. White
The Case for Policy Sustainability Wolfgang Münchau
Moral Hazard in the Policy Response to the 2008 Financial Market Meltdown Andrew A. Samwick
Moral Hazard and the Financial Crisis Kevin Dowd
Money and the Present Crisis Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr.
Interest-Rate Targeting during the Great Moderation: A Reappraisal Roger W. Garrison
The Way Forward: Incentives, Not Regulations William Poole
After War: The Political Economy of Exporting Democracy by Christopher J. Coyne Gregory M. Dempster
Capitalism at Work: Business, Government, and Energy; Book 1 of Political Capitalism (A Trilogy) by Robert L. Bradley Jr. Richard L. Gordon
On the Contrary: Leading the Opposition in a Democratic South Africa by Tony Leon Marian L. Tupy

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