Korean (Pak Young Publishing, 2000), Romanian (TREI,2000) and Ukrainian (Osnovy, 2000) Disaffected Democracies: What’s Troubling the Trilateral Countries? (co-ed., with S. J. Pharr), (Princeton University Press,2000) Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community (Simon & Schuster, 2000) Foreword for Volume of Housing Policy Debate on Social Capital, Housing Policy Debate, Volume 9.1 (1998) “Rebuilding the Stock of Social Capital,” School Administrator, September 1999,28–33 (with T. H. Sander)

Articles & Papers
“Bowling Alone: America’s Declining Social Capital,” in D. Rueschemeyer, M. Rueschemeyer, & B. Wittrock, eds., Participation East and West: Comparisons and Interpretations (M.E. Sharpe, 1998) “The Prosperous Community: Social Capital and Public Life,” Sociedad Civil: Analisi y Debates, Vol. 1,923,Spring 1997 “The Growth of Voluntary Associations in America,1840–1940,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 29,Spring 1999,511–557 (with G.Gamm)

Dani Rodrik, A.B., M.P.A., Ph.D.
Rafiq Hariri Professor of International Political Economy and Faculty Chair of the MPA/ID Program tel:617-495-9454, fax: 617-496-5747, dani_rodrik@harvard.edu, http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/rodrik

Books & Reports
Brookings Trade Forum: 2000 (co-ed., with S. Collins),(Brookings Institution Press,2000) “Making Openness Work: The New Global Economy and the Developing Countries,” Overseas Development Council,1999 “Has Globalization Gone Too Far?” Institute for International Economics,1997

Articles & Papers
“Participatory Politics, Social Cooperation,and Economic Stability,” American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, May 2000



“Short-Term Capital Flows”, in Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics 1999, April 2000 (with A. Velasco) “Growth Versus Poverty Reduction:A Hollow Debate,” Finance & Development, Vol. 37.4, December 2000 “How Far Will International Economic Integration Go?” Journal of Economic Perspectives, Winter 2000 “What Drives Public Employment in Developing Countries?” Review of Development Economics, Vol.4.3,October 2000 “Five Simple Principles for World Trade,” The American Prospect, January 17,2000 “Governance of Economic Globalization,” in J.S. Nye,Jr. & J.D. Donahue, eds., Governance in a Globalizing World (Brookings Institution Press,2000) “Governing the World Economy: Does One Architectural Style Fit All?”in S. Collins & R. Lawrence, eds., Brookings Trade Forum: 1999 (Brookings Institution Press,2000) “Where Did All the Growth Go? External Shocks, Social Conflict and Growth Collapses,” Journal of Economic Growth, December 1999 “Democracies Pay Higher Wages,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, August 1999 “Globalization and Labor, Or: If Globalization is a Bowl of Cherries, Why Are There so Many Glum Faces Around the Table?”in R.E. Baldwin, et al., eds., Market Integration, Regionalism and the Global Economy (Cambridge University Press for CEPR,1999) “Does Global Competition Require Small Government?” Wirtschafts Politische Blatter, Vol. 46.3,1999 (with J. R. Veltri) “Symposium on Globalization in Perspective: An Introduction,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 12.4, Fall 1998 “The Global Fix,” The New Republic, November 2,1998 “Why Do More Open Economies Have Bigger Governments?” Journal of Political Economy, Vol.106.5,October 1998 “Trade Policy and Economic Performance in Sub-Saharan Africa,” EGDI Discussion Paper Series, Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs,October 1998 “The Debate over Globalization: How to Move Forward by Looking Backward,” Launching New Global Trade Talks: An Action Agenda, Institute for International Economics,Special Report 12, 1998 “Why Is Trade Reform So Difficult in Africa?” Journal of African Economies, Vol. 7, June 1998 “Who Needs Capital-Account Convertibility?”in S.Fischer et al., Should the IMF Pursue Capital-Account Convertibility? Essays in International Finance No. 207, International Finance Section, Department of Economics, Princeton University, May 1998



“Too Pat,” rev. of “The Great Betrayal: How American Sovereignty and Social Justice are Being Sacrificed to the Gods of the Global Economy,” by P. J. Buchanan and “Prosperity: The Coming 20-Year Boom and What It Means to You” by B. Davis & D. Wessel, The Washington Monthly, May 1998 “Globalization, Social Conflict,and Economic Growth,” The World Economy, Vol.21.2, March 1998 “TFPG Controversies, Institutions and Economic Performance in East Asia,” in Y. Hayami & M. Aoki, eds., The Institutional Foundation of Economic Development in East Asia (Macmillan,1998) Rev. of “Will Globalization Dominate U.S.Labor Market Outcomes?” by R. Freeman,in S. Collins, ed., Imports, Exports, and the American Worker (Brookings Institution Press,1998) Rev. of “Equity and Growth in Developing Countries: Old and New Perspectives on the Policy Issues,” by M. Bruno et al., in V. Tanzi & K. Chu, eds., Income Distribution and HighQuality Growth (MIT Press,1998) “Sense and Nonsense in the Globalization Debate,” Foreign Policy, Summer 1997 “Upside, Downside,” Time, European Edition, July 7, 1997 “The ‘Paradoxes’ of the Successful State,” European Economic Review, April 1997 Rev. of “The Costs and Benefits of Eastern Enlargement: The Impact on the EU and Central Europe,” Economic Policy, Vol. 24, April 1997 “Trade Strategy, Exports,and Investment: Another Look at East Asia,” Pacific Economic Review, February 1997 “Hard Tasks,” Boston Review, December/January 1997 “International Trade and Big Government,” in B.J. Cohen, ed., International Trade and Finance: New Frontiers for Research — Essays in Honor of Peter B. Kenen (Cambridge University Press,1997)

Jeffrey Sachs, B.A., M.A.,Ph.D.
Galen L. Stone Professor of International Trade and Director of the Center for International Development tel:617-495-4112, fax: 617-495-8685, jeffrey_sachs@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
“Executive Summary,” The Africa Competitiveness Report 2000/2001 (Oxford University Press, 2000),(with L. D. Cook)



“The Case for Increased Debt Forgiveness,” The Africa Competitiveness Report 2000/2001 (Oxford University Press,2000),(with M. Cuchra & S.E. Sievers) “Executive Summary: Current Competitiveness and Growth Competitiveness,” The Global Competitiveness Report 2000 (Oxford University Press, 2000),(with M. Porter & A. Warner) “Globalization and International Competitiveness: Some Broad Lessons of the Past Decade,” The Global Competitiveness Report 2000 (Oxford University Press,2000),(with A. Warner) “A Structural Analysis of Chile’s Long-Term Growth: History, Prospects,and Policy Implications,” Government of Chile, Project “Development Strategies in the Context of Natural Resource Abundance and Global Integration: the Case of Chile,” September 1999 (with F. Larrain & A. Warner) “Developing Countries and the Control of Climate Change: Empirical Evidence and A Theoretical Perspective and Policy Implications,” UNAID/CAER 11, August 1999 (with T. Panayotou & A. Peterson) India in the Era of Economic Reforms (co-ed., with A. Varshney & N. Bajpai),(Oxford University Press,1999) “Promotion of Broad-Based Growth in the Philippines,” Manila, National Economics and Development Authority HIID and UNDP, 1998 (with R.Goldman, N.Gokgur, S. Radelet, V. Ramachandran,E. Remolonga, D. Snodgrass,& J. Vincent) The Rule of Law and Economic Reform in Russia (co-ed. with K.Pistor), (Westview Press, 1997) “Emerging Asia: Changes and Challenges,” Asian Development Bank,1997 (academic coordinator with D. Bloom) Economies in Transition (co-ed., with W. T. Woo & S. Parker), (MIT Press, 1997)

Articles & Papers
“A New Map of the World,” in K.Sharma, ed., Imagining Tomorrow: Rethinking the Global Challenge, UN Millenium Assembly, August 2000, reprinted from The Economist, June 24, 2000 “El Debate Sobre Sistemas Cambiarios y las Rigideces de la Dolarizacion,” Estudios Publicos, 77, Summer 2000 (with F. Larrain) “Notes on a New Sociology of Economic Development,” in L.E. Harrison & S. P. Huntington, eds., Culture Matters: How Values Shape Human Progress (Basic Books,2000) “The Onset of the East Asian Financial Crisis,” Asian Crisis and International Solutions (National Bureau of Economic Research Volume,1998, Chapter 20), reprinted in P. Krugman, ed., Currency Crises (University of Chicago Press,2000),(with S. Radelet)



“The East Asian Financial Crisis: Diagnosis, Remedies, Prospects,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activities, Vol. 1, 1998, reprinted in H. Hill, ed., The Economic Development of Southeast Asia (Edward Elgar, 2000),(with S. Radelet) “Globalization and Patterns of Economic Development,” Institut fur Weltwirtschaft an der Universitat Kiel,2000 “Climate, Coastal Proximity, and Development,” in G.L. Clark,M. P. Feldman,& M.S. Gertler, eds., Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography (Oxford University Press,2000), (with A. Mellinger & J. Gallup) “Twentieth-Century Political Economy: A Brief History of Global Capitalism,” Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol.115.4, Winter 1999 “Developing Countries and the Control of Climate Change:A Theoretical Perspective and Policy Implications,” HIM CAER 11 Discussion Paper 44, November 1999 (with T. Panayotou & A. Peterson) “Why Dollarization is More Straitjacket than Salvation,” Foreign Policy, 116, Fall 1999 (with F. Larrain) “The State of State Government Finances in India,” HIM Discussion Paper 719, September 1999 (with N. Bajpai) “Reflexiones Sobre la Crisis Asiatica,” Internacionales Cuadernos del Ceri, 7, September 1999 (with W. T. Woo) “Cracking the Shell Game: Implementing Debt Relief for the HIPCs,” ICSW Social Development Review, September 1999 “Why Do Resource-Abundant Economies Grow More Slowly,” Journal for Economic Growth, 4, September 1999, 277–303 (with F. Rodriguez) “Geography and Economic Development,” Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics 1998, April, The World Bank,also Harvard Institute of Economic Research 1856, November 1998,also CID Working Paper 1, March 1999,also Harvard International Review, Winter 1998-1999,and International Science Review, Vol.22.2,179–232, August 1999 (with J. L.Gallup & A. Mellinger) “Brazil Fever,” The Milken Institute Review, Second Quarter, 1999 “The Case for a Vaccine Purchase Fund,” CID mimeo, June 1999 (with M. Kremer & A. Hamoudi) “The Manufactured Exports, Export Platforms,and Economic Growth: Insights from Asia for Egypt,” HIID, May 1999 (with Steven Radelet and Lisa Cook) “Natural Resources and Economic Growth: A Quantitative Exploration,” mimeo, HIID, Spring 1999 (with F. Rodriguez) “Pattern of Trade and Economic Development in the Model of Monopolistic Competition,” CID Working Paper 14, April 1999 (with X. Yang & D. Zhangj)



“Gradual Spread of Market-Led Industrialization,” CID Working Paper 11, April 1999 (with X. Yang) “An Inframarginal Analysis of the Heckscher-Olin Model with Transaction Costs and Technological Comparative Advantage,” CID Working Paper 9, April 1999 (with W. L. Cheng & X. Yang) “Trade Pattern and Economic Development when Endogenous and Exogenous Comparative Advantages Coexist,” CID Working Paper 3, April 1999 “The Changing Global Distribution of Malaria:A Review,” CID Working Paper 2, March 1999 (with A. Hamoudi) “The Asian Financial Crisis: What Happened and What is to be Done,” Davidson Institute Working Paper 253, January 1999 (with W. T. Woo) “Fiscal Policy in India’s Economic Reforms,” in A. Varshney & N. Bajpai, eds., India in the Era of Economic Reforms (Oxford University Press 1999),(with N. Bajpai) “The Case for Regional Public Goods,” in I. Kaul,I. Grunberg, & M.Stern, eds., Global Public Goods — International Cooperation in the 21st Century (Oxford University Press 1999),(with L. Cook) “The Big Push, Natural Resources Booms and Growth,” Journal of Development Economics, Vol.59.1,1999 (with A.M. Warner) “Creditor Panics: Causes and Remedies,” Cato Journal, Vol.18.3 (Winter 1999),and in Research Notes in Economics and Statistics, Deutsche Batik Research, November 1998 “The Economic Burden of Malaria,” Harvard International Review, Winter 1998-1999, 56–61 (with J. Gallup) “Managing Global Capitalism,” The Australian Economic Review, Vol. 31.4, December 1998, 1–14 “Strengthening India’s Strategy for Economic Growth,” HIID Development Discussion Paper 641, July 1998 (with N. Bajpai) “A Brief History of Panic,” Foreign Policy, April 1,1998 “The IMF and the Asian Flu,” The American Prospect, 37, March-April 1998 “International Economics: Unlocking the Mysteries of Globalization,” Foreign Policy, Spring 1998 “Geography, Demography, and Economic Growth in Africa,” Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1998,2 (with D. Bloom) “The Rule of Law and Economic Reform in Russia: Progress, Pitfalls,Scenarios, and Lost Opportunities,HIID Development Discussion Paper 581, December 1997 (with K. Pistor) “Asia’s Reemergence,” Foreign Affairs, November-December 1997 (with S. Radelet)



“Sources of Slow Growth in African Economies,” HIID Development Discussion Paper 545, July 1996,published in the Journal of African Economies, Vol.6.3,335–76, September 1997 (with A. Warner) “Ukraine’s Painful Economic Transition,” ACE: Analysis of Current Events, Vol. 9.8, August 1997 “Economic Growth in Asia,” HIID Discussion Paper 609, May 1997 (with S. Radelet & J. Lee) “Economic Reforms in China and India: Selected Issues in Industrial Policy,” HIID Development Discussion Paper 580, April 1997 (with N. Bajpai & T. Jian) “India’s Economic Reforms — The Steps Ahead,” Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, Vol.6.2,1997 (with N. Bajpai) “Globalization is the Driving Force for Growth in the U.S.,” The Rising Tide: The Leading Minds of Business and Economics Chart a Course Toward Higher Growth and Prosperity (John Wiley and Sons, Inc.,1997) “Zimbabwe’s Growth Prospects: The Steps Ahead,” HIID mimeo, 1997 (with R. Rotberg)

Anthony James Saich, B.A., M.S.,Ph.D.
Daewoo Professor of International Affairs, Director and Faculty Chair of Asia Programs at the Center for Business and Government,and Director and Faculty Chair of the China Public Policy Program tel:617-495-5713,fax: 617-495-4948, anthony_saich@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
New Perspectives on State Socialism in China (co-ed., with T. C. Cheek),(M.E.Sharpe,1997)

Articles & Papers
“Negotiating the State: The Development of Social Organizations in China,” The China Quarterly, March,2000, 124–41 “Globalization,Governance,and the Authoritarian Westphalian State: The Case of China,” in J. S. Nye,Jr. & J. D. Donahue, eds., Governance in a Globalizing World (Brookings Institution Press,2000,208–28) “Newly Available Sources on CCP History from the People’s Republic of China,” in T. C. Cheek & A. J. Saich, eds., New Perspectives on State Socialism in Chin a (M.E.Sharpe,1997, 323–38),(with N. Hearst) “Uncertain Legacies of Revolution,” in T. C. Cheek & A. J. Saich, eds., New Perspectives on State Socialism (M.E. Sharpe,1997,303–20) “The Deep Origins of the Chinese Cultural Revolution,” China Information, Vol. XI.2-3, 1996-97,21–35



Frederick Schauer, A.B., M.B.A., J.D.
Academic Dean and Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment tel:617-495-8737,fax: 617-495-1996, fred_schauer@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
La regole del gioco (il Mulino, 2000)

Articles & Papers
“Non-Legal Information and the Delegalization of Law,” Journal of Legal Studies, 29,2000, 495–515 (with V. J. Wise) “Can Public Figures Have Private Lives?” Social Philosophy and Policy, 17,2000,293–309 “The Generality of Rights,” Legal Theory, 6,2000, 323–36 “Incentives, Reputation,and the Inglorious Determinants of Judicial Behavior,” University of Cincinnati Law Review, 68,2000,615–36 “The Cost of Communicative Tolerance,” in R. Cohen-Almagor, ed., Liberal Democracy and the Limits of Tolerance (University of Michigan Press,2000,28–42) “Speech, Behaviour, and the Interdependence of Fact and Value,” in D. Kretzmer & F. Hazan, eds., Freedom of Speech and Incitement Against Democracy (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000,43–62) “Electoral Exceptionalism and the First Amendment,” Texas Law Review, 77 (1999), 1803–36,and in J. Rosenkranz, ed., If Buckley Fell (The Century Foundation, 1999, 103–20),(with R.H.Pildes) “Talking as a Decision Procedure,” in S. Macedo, ed., Deliberative Politics: Essays on Democracy and Disagreement (Oxford University Press,1999,17–27) “Fuller on the Ontological Status of Law,” in W. J. Witteveen, ed., Rediscovering Fuller: Essays on Implicit Law and Institutional Design (Amsterdam University Press,1999,124–42) “Principles, Institutions,and the First Amendment,” Harvard Law Review, 112,1998,84–120 “Positivism Through Thick and Thin,” in B. Bix, ed., Analyzing Law: New Essays in Legal Theory (Oxford University Press,1998,65–78) “Instrumental Commensurability,” University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 146, 1998, 1215–1234 “On the Supposed Defeasibility of Legal Rules,” in M. D. A. Freeman, ed., Current Legal Problems 1998 (Oxford University Press,1998,223–240) “La Etica del Gobierno ¿Debe Codificarse? (The Ethics of Codification and the Codification of Ethics),” Perspectivas en Politica, Economia y Gestion, Vol. 1.2,1998,167–84 “Internet Privacy and the Public-Private Distinction,” Jurimetrics, 38,1998, 555–64



“Prediction and Particularity,” Boston University Law Review, 78,1998,773–789 “Legal Positivism as Legal Information,” Cornell Law Review, 82,1997, 1080–1110 (with V. Wise) “Discourse and Its Discontents,” Notre Dame Law Review, 72, 1997,1309–34 “On Extrajudicial Constitutional Interpretation,” Harvard Law Review, 110,1997,1359–87 (with L. Alexander) “The Ontology of Censorship,” in R. Post, ed., Censorship and Silencing: Practices of Cultural Regulation (Getty Research Institute for the History of Art,1997,147–68) “Constitutional Invocations,” Fordham Law Review, 47,1997, 1295–1312 “Prescriptions in Three Dimensions,” Iowa Law Review, 82,1997,911–22 “Generality and Equality,” Law and Philosophy, 16,1997,279–97 “Justificacion Etica de la Libertad de Expression: Asignando los Costos de la Tolerancia,” Perspectivas en Politica, Economia y Gestion, Vol.1.1, 1997, 1–15 “The Speech of Law and the Law of Speech,” Arkansas Law Review, 49,1997,687–702 “Does Simplicity Bring Liberty,” Critical Review, 11,1997,393–406 “The Federal Impeachment Process,” Constitutional Commentary, Vol. 1997,389–94

Malcolm K. Sparrow, B.A.,M.A., M.P.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Practice of Public Management tel: 617-495-8359,fax: 617-496-6372, malcolm_sparrow@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
The Regulatory Craft: Controlling Risks,Solving Problems,and Managing Compliance (Brookings Institution Press, 2000) License to Steal: How Fraud Bleeds America’s Health Care System, 2nd edition (Westview Press, 2000) “Controlling Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid: Innovations and Obstacles,” Report from the Executive Seminars on Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid, Health Care Financing Administration, September 1999 “Health Care Fraud: Towards Effective Control,” Final Report for National Institute of Justice,under grant no:#96-IJ-CX-0010, June 1997

Articles & Papers
“Are You For or Against Fraud Control?” HealthcareBusiness, March-April 1999,84



“Fraud Control in the Health Care Industry: Assessing the State of the Art,” Research in Brief, National Institute of Justice, February 1999 “Regulatory Reform: Putting the Pieces Together,” State Environmental Monitor, Vol.3.2, February 1998 “Commentary: A Criminal’s Dream: Automated Payment Systems, Designed for Honest Providers, Are Easy Targets for Fraud,” Modern HealthCare, October 6,1997,94 “Automation Fosters Health Care Fraud,” Government Technology Magazine, February 1997, Vol.10.2,1,42,44 “Sweet Reason: The Behavior of Regulators is Slowly Changing; Business Will Benefit,” World Business, Jan/Feb 1997,54–55 “Programmed for Fraud,” Wall Street Journal, October 18, 1996, reprinted in The Certified Fraud Analysts Report, November 15,1996, 4–5,also reprinted in Government Technology Magazine, January 1997, Vol.10.1,48 “Network Vulnerabilities and Strategic Intelligence,” International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, Vol. 5.3, Fall 1991,255–274, reprinted in D. V. Canter & L. J. Alison, eds., Criminal Detection and the Psychology of Crime (Dartmouth Publishing, 1997, 461–484)

Robert N. Stavins, B.A., M.S.,Ph.D.
Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government, Faculty Chair of the Environment and Natural Resources Program,and Director of the Environmental Economics Program at Harvard University tel:617-495-1820,fax: 617-496-3783, robert_stavins@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
Public Policies for Environmental Protection, 2nd edition (co-ed., with P. R. Portney), (Resources for the Future,2000) Economics of the Environment: Selected Readings, 4th edition ( W. W. Norton & Company, 2000) Amici Curiae Brief to U.S.. Supreme Court Arguing that Natural Science Alone Cannot Provide a Basis for Risk Management Decisions, September 11,2000,99–1257 (coordinated by C. Coglianese & G. Marchant) Amici Curiae Brief to U.S. Supreme Court Recommending that EPA be Allowed to Consider Costs and Consequences of Environmental Regulations, July 21,2000,99–1246 (coordinated by R.Litan and R. Hahn,AEI-Brookings Joint Center for Regulatory Studies) What Has the Kyoto Protocol Wrought? The Real Architecture of International Tradeable Permit Markets (with R. W. Hahn), (The AEI Press, 1999)



Articles & Papers
Rev. of “Pollution for Sale: Emissions Trading and Joint Implementation,” by S. Sorrell & J. Skea, Environment, Vol.42.5,2000,45 “Climate Change and Forest Sinks: Factors Affecting the Costs of Carbon Sequestration,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Vol.40,2000, 211–235 (with R. Newell) “Energy-Efficient Technologies and Climate Change Policies: Issues and Evidence,” Climate Issue Brief No. 19 (Resources for the Future, December 1999), (with A. B. Jaffe & R. G. Newell) “The Costs of Carbon Sequestration: A Revealed-Preference Approach,” American Economic Review, Vol. 89.4, September 1999, 994–1009 “The Choice of Regulatory Instruments in Environmental Policy,” Harvard Environmental Law Review, Vol.22.2,313–367,1998, reprinted in Land Use and Environmental Law Review, Vol. 30, September 1999 (with N. Keohane & R. Revesz) “How to Stop Squandering Water? Raised Its Price,” New York Times, August 14,1999 “The Induced Innovation Hypothesis and Energy-Saving Technological Change,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.114.3, August 1999,941–975 (with R.G. Newell & A. B. Jaffe) Rev. of Economics and Policy Issues in Climate Change, Environment, Volume 41.5, June 1999, 27 (with W. Nordhaus, ed.) “Readings in the Field of Natural Resource and Environmental Economics,” John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Faculty Research Working Paper Series,R99-02, June 1999 (with A.Pfaff) “The Positive Political Economy of Instrument Choice in Environmental Policy,” in A. Panagariya, P. Portney, & R.Schwab, eds., Environmental Public Economics: Essays in Honor of Wallace E. Oates (Edward Elgar, Ltd.,1999,89–125),(with N. Keohane & R. Revesz) “How Economists See the Environment,” Nature, Vol.395,October 1,1998,433–434 (with D. Fullerton) “What Can We Learn from the Grand Policy Experiment? Lessons from SO2 Allowance Trading,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol.12.3, Summer 1998,69–88 “Economic Incentives for Environmental Regulation,” in P. Newman, ed., The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law (The Macmillan Press, 1998) “Significant Issues for Environmental Policy and Air Regulation for the Next Decade,” Environmental Science and Policy, Vol.1,1998,143–147 “A Methodological Investigation of the Costs of Carbon Sequestration,” Journal of Applied Economics, Vol.1,1998, 231–277



“The Induced Innovation Hypothesis and Energy-Saving Technological Change,” John F. Kennedy School of Government Working Paper, October 1997,RFF Discussion Paper 98-12 (with R.G. Newell & A.B. Jaffe) “Policy Instruments for Climate Change: How Can National Governments Address a Global Problem?” The University of Chicago Legal Forum, Vol.1997,293–329 “Creating the Next Generation of Market-Based Environmental Tools,” Environment, Vol. 39.4,1997,12–20,30–33 (with J. Hockenstein & B. Whitehead) “Market-Based Environmental Policies,” in M. Chertow & D. Esty, eds., Thinking Ecologically: The Next Generation of Environmental Policy (Yale University Press,1997, 105–117),(with B. Whitehead)

James Stock, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
Roy E.Larsen Professor of Political Economy tel: 617-496-0502,fax: 617-496-5960, james_stock@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“GMM With Weak Identification,” Econometrica, 68, 2000,1055–1096 (with J. Wright) “Pre-Recession Pattern of Six Economic Indicators in the USA,” Journal of Forecasting, 19, 2000,65–80 (with V. Keilis-Borok,A. Soloviev, & P. Mikhalev) “Forecasting Output and Inflation: The Role of Asset Prices,” Working Paper, John F. Kennedy School of Government,2000 (with M. W. Watson) “Empirical Bayes Forecasts of One Time Series Using Many Predictors,” Working Paper, John F. Kennedy School of Government,2000 (with T. Knox & M.W. Watson) “Macroeconomic Forecasting in the Euro Area: Country Specific vs. Area-Wide Information,” Working Paper, John F. Kennedy School of Government,2000 (with M. Marcellino & M.W. Watson) “Emissions, Concentrations and Temperature:A Time Series Analysis,” Working Paper, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1999 (with R. Kaufmann & H. Kauppi) “Forecasting Inflation,” Journal of Monetary Economics, Vol.44.2,1999,293–335 (with M. Watson) “A Dynamic Factor Model Framework for Forecast Combination,” Spanish Economic Review, 1,1999, 91–121 (with L. Chan and M. Watson) “Forecasting Economic Time Series,” in B. Baltagi, ed. Companion in Theoretical Econometrics (Basil Blackwell,1999) “A Comparison of Linear and Nonlinear Univariate Models for Forecasting Macroeconomic Time Series,” in R. Engle & H. White, eds., Cointegration, Causality and Forecasting: A Festschrift for Clive W. J. Granger (Oxford University Press,1999, 1–44), (with M. Watson)



“A Class of Tests for Integration and Cointegration,” in R.Engle & H. White, eds., Cointegration,Causality and Forecasting: A Festschrift for Clive W. J. Granger (Oxford University Press,1999,135–167) “An Application of the Stock/Watson Index Methodology to the Massachusetts Economy,” Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 25,1998/99,183–233 (with A. Clayton-Matthews) “Testing for and Dating Common Breaks in Multivariate Time Series,” Review of Economic Studies, 63, 1998,395–432 (with J. Bai & R. Lumsdaine) “Median Unbiased Estimation of Coefficient Variance in a Time Varying Parameter Model,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 93,1998,349–358 (with M. Watson) Rev. of “Foundation of the Goldilocks Economy,” by R.Gordon, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2,1998,334–346 “Robust Monetary Policy Under Uncertainty in a Small Model of the U.S.Economy,” Working Paper, John F. Kennedy School of Government,1998 (with A. Onatski) “Diffusion Indexes,” manuscript, John F. Kennedy School of Government,1997,NBER Working Paper 6702 (with M. Watson) “Inference in a Nearly Integrated Autoregressive Model with Nonnormal Innovations,” Journal of Econometrics, 80,1997,269–286 (with T.J. Rothenberg) “How Precise are Estimates of the Natural Rate of Unemployment?”in C. Romer & D. Romer, eds., Reducing Inflation: Motivation and Strategy (University of Chicago Press for the NBER,1997,195–242),(with D. Staiger & M.W. Watson) “Cointegration, Long-Run Comovements, and Long-Horizon Forecasting,” in D. Kreps & K.F. Wallis, eds., Advances in Econometrics: Proceedings of the Seventh World Congress of the Econometric Society, Vol. III (Cambridge University Press, 1997,34–60) “Retirement Incentives: The Interaction Between Employer-Provided Pensions, Social Security, and Retiree Health Benefits,” in M.D. Hurd & N. Yashiro, eds., The Economics of Aging in the United States and Japan (University of Chicago Press for the NBER,1997, 261–294) “Instrumental Variables Regression with Weak Instruments,” Econometrica, Vol.65.3,1997, 557–586 (with D. Staiger) “The NAIRU, Unemployment, and Monetary Policy,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, II, Winter 1997,33–51 (with D. Staiger & M. Watson) “VAR,Error Correction and Pretest Forecasts at Long Horizons,” in A. Banerjee & D.F. Hendry, eds., The Econometrics of Economic Policy (Basil Blackwell,1997,115–132)



Guy Stuart, B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D.
Lecturer in Public Policy tel:617-496-0100,fax: 617-496-1722, guy_stuart@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“The Production and Interpretation of Information in the Mortgage Loan Application Process: An Alternative Research Agenda to Explain and Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Denial Rates,” Chicago Policy Review, Spring, 2000 “Segregation in the Boston Metropolitan Area at the end of the 20th Century,” Working Paper, The Civil Rights Project, Harvard University and Taubman Center for State and Local Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, February 2000

Dennis Thompson, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Alfred North Whitehead Professor of Political Philosophy, Founding Director of the University Center for Ethics and the Professions,and Associate Provost of the University tel:617-495-1336,fax: 617-496-6104, dthompso@ksg.harvard.edu

Books & Reports
Truth versus Justice: The Morality of Truth Commissions (co-ed. with R. Rotberg),(Princeton University Press,2000) Political Ethics and Public Office (Harvard University Press, Spanish edition,1999, Korean edition,1999) Redeeming American Political Thought: Collected Essays of Judith Shklar (co-ed. with S. Hoffman), (Chicago University Press,1997) Ethics and Politics: Cases and Comments, 3rd edition (Nelson-Hall, 1997),(with A. Gutmann)

Articles & Papers
“Why Deliberative Democracy Is Different,” in E. F. Paul, et al., eds., Democracy (Cambridge University Press,2000, 161–180),and in Social Philosophy and Policy, Vol.17, Winter 2000, 161–80 (with A. Gutmann) “Deliberative Democracy,” in P. B. Clarke & J. Foweraker, eds., Encyclopedia of Democratic Thought (Routledge,2000),(with A. Gutmann) “Democratic Secrecy: The Dilemma of Accountability,” Political Science Quarterly, Vol.114, Summer 1999,181–93



“Democratic Disagreement,” in S. Macedo, ed., Deliberative Politics: Essays on Democracy and Disagreement (Oxford University Press,1999,243–79),(with A. Gutmann) “James Madison on Cyberdemocracy,” in E. Kamarck & J. Nye,Jr., eds., democracy.com? Governance in a Networked World (Hollis Publishing, 1999,35–44) “Democratic Theory and Global Society,” Journal of Political Philosophy, Vol.7, June 1999, 1–15 “Intellectual Property Meets Information Technology,” Educom Review, March-April 1999, 14–21 “The Institutional Turn in Professional Ethics,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 9,1999,109–118 “Mediated Corruption: The Case of the Keating Five,” in R. Williams, ed., The Politics of Corruption (Edward Elgar Publishers, 1999) “Privacy, Politics,and the Press,” The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, Vol. 3, Fall 1998,103–13 “Paradoxes of Government Ethics,” The Ethics Edge, International City Management Association,1998, 47–57 “Disagreeing about Deliberative Democracy,” The Good Society, Vol.7, Fall 1997, 11–15 (with A. Gutmann) “Deliberating about Bioethics,” Hasting Center Report, May/June 1997,38–41 (with A. Gutmann) Introduction,in S. Hoffman & D. Thompson, eds., Redeeming American Political Thought: Collected Essays of Judith Shklar (Chicago University Press,1997) “The Possibility of Administrative Ethics,” in J. M.Shafritz & A. J. Hyde, eds., Classics of Public Administration, 4th edition (Brooks/Cole,1997)

Monica Toft, B.A.,M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Public Policy tel:617-495-5154,fax: 617-495-1384, mtoft@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“Multinationality, Regional Institutions,State-Building, and the Failed Democratic Transition in Georgia,” Regional and Federal Studies, Winter/Spring, 2000-01 Rev. of The Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, Volumes 1-3, ed.L. Kurtz, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Vol.19.4, Fall 2000 “Review: The Dynamics of Secession, Viva Ona Bartkus,” Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 115.1,Spring 2000



“Two-Way Mirror Nationalism: The Case of Ajaria,” in M.Gammer, ed., The Politics of the Caspian (Frank Cass Publishers,2000) “The Great Game Revisited: Claiming the Caspian’s Treasure,” International Political Economy, Vol.4.18,October 1997 “Free Markets, Milton Friedman,and Hong Kong,” International Political Economy, Vol.4.9, May 1997

Andres Velasco, B.A., M.A.,Ph.D.
Sumitomo-FASID Professor of International Finance and Development tel: 617-496-3255,fax: 617-496-0178, andres_velasco@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“Short-Term Capital Flows,” Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics, 2000 (with D. Rodrik) “Balance Sheets and Exchange Rate Policy,” NBER Working Paper W7840, August 2000 (with L. F. Cespedes & R. Chang) “Delicate Balance,” Time (Latin American Edition), March 2000 “La Renovacion de la Concertacion,” La Tercera, March 2000 “Instituciones, Credibilidad y Manejo Macroeconomico en Chile,” Estudios Publicos, 77, 2000 “A Model of Financial Crises in Emerging Markets,” Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2000 (with R. Chang) “Financial Fragility and the Exchange Rate Regime,” Journal of Economic Theory, 2000 (with R. Chang) “Fixed versus Flexible Exchange Rates: Which Provides More Fiscal Discipline?” Journal of Monetary Economics, 2000 (with A. Tornell) “Banks, Debt Maturity and Crises,” Journal of International Economics, 2000 (with R. Chang) “Debts and Deficits under Fragmented Fiscal Policymaking,” Journal of Public Economics, 2000 “The Asian Financial Crisis in Perspective,” in U. Dadush, D. Dasgupta,& M. Uzan eds., Private Capital Flows in the Age of Globalisation: The Aftermath of the Asian Crisis (Edward Elgar Publishers,2000),(with R. Chang)



“Fostering Financial Stability: A New Case for Flexible Exchange Rates,” in G. Calvo, R. Dornbusch,& M. Obstfeld, eds., Money, Factor Mobility and Trade: Essays in Honor of Robert Mundell (MIT Press,2000),(with R. Chang) “Short-Term Capital Flows,” NBER Working Paper W7364, September 1999 (with D. Rodrik) “Can Capital Mobility Be Destabilizing?”NBER Working Paper W7263, July 1999 (with Q. Meng) “Liquidity Crisis in Emerging Markets: Theory and Policy,” NBER Working Paper W7272, July 1999 (with R. Chang) “Los Muchachos de Hoy Ya No Son los de Antes,” Revista Capital, June 1999 “Policy Responses to Currency Crises,” C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, June 1999 “Liquidity Crises in Emerging Markets: Theory and Policy,” C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, June 1999 (with R. Chang) “Can Capital Mobility be Destabilizing?”C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, June 1999 (with Q. Meng) “Dollar Diplomacy,” Time (Latin American Edition), February 1999 “A Tale of Two Countries: Alternative Responses to Capital Inflows,” in M. Kahler, ed., Capital Flows and Financial Crises (Cornell University Press for the Council on Foreign Relations,1999),(with P. Cabezas) “Illiquidity and Crises in Emerging Markets: Theory and Policy,” NBER Macroeconomics Annual,1999 (with R. Chang) “The Case for a Populist Central Banker,” European Economic Review, 1999 (with V. Guzzo) “The Asian Liquidity Crisis,” NBER Working Paper W6796, November 1998 (with R. Chang) “The Case for a Populist Banker,” NBER Working Paper W6802, November 1998 (with V. Guzzo) “Virtue Under Assault,” Time(Latin American Edition), September 1998 “The Case for a Populist Central Banker,” C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, August 1998 (with V. Guzzo) “America Latina Despues de la Crisis Asiatica,” Revista Capital, August 1998 (with A. Vourvoulias) “Financial Crises in Emerging Markets,” NBER Working Paper W6606, June 1998 (with R. Chang) “Financial Crises in Emerging Markets: A Canonical Model,” C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, June 1998 (with R. Chang)



“Chile 1998: El Desencanto,” Revista Capital, April 1998 “Financial Fragility and the Exchange Rate Regime,” NBER Working Paper W6469, March 1998 (with R. Chang) “Too Much Credit? Assessing Pinochet’s Economic Legacy,” Time, March 1998 “Financial Fragility and the Exchange Rate Regime,” C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, February 1998 (with R. Chang) “Debts and Deficits with Fragmented Fiscal Policymaking,” C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics Working Paper, February 1998 “Fiscal Discipline and the Choice of a Nominal Anchor in Stabilization,” Journal of International Economics, Vol.46,1998 (with A. Tornell) “Otra Decada de Crecimiento: Desafios y Perspectivas,” in R. Cortazar & J. Vial, eds., Construyendo Opciones: Propuestas Economicas Y Sociales Para El Cambio de Siglo (Dolmen Editores,1998) “A Model of Endogenous Fiscal Deficits and Delayed Fiscal Reforms,” in J. Poterba & J. Von Hagen, eds., Fiscal Institutions and Economic Performance (University of Chicago Press for NBER,1998) “Dealing with Capital Inflows: Chile and Mexico Compared,” in R. Levich, ed., Emerging Market Capital Flows (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998) “Debts and Deficits with Fragmented Fiscal Policymaking,” NBER Working Paper W6286, November 1997 “The Common Property Approach to Fiscal Policy,” in M. Tommasi & F. Sturzenegger, eds., The Political Economy of Reform (MIT Press, 1997) “When Are Fixed Exchange Rates Really Fixed?” Journal of Development Economics, Vol.54, 1997 “La Vulnerabilidad de las Tasas de Cambio Fijo,” in M. Cardenas & S. Edwards eds., Inflacion, Estabilizacion y Politica Cambiaria en America Latina — Lecciones de los Ahos Noventa (Editorial Tercer Mundo, 1997)



Stephen Martin Walt, B.A.,M.A., Ph.D.
Robert and Renee Belfer Professor of International Affairs tel:617-495-5712, fax: 617-495-8963, stephen_walt@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“Fads, Fevers, and Firestorms: Understanding Political Contagion,” Foreign Policy, No. 121, November/December 2000 “Rush to Failure: The Flawed Politics and Policies of Missile Defense,” Harvard Magazine, May-June 2000 “Two Cheers for Clinton’s Foreign Policy,” Foreign Affairs, Vol.79.2, March-April 2000 “NATO’s Fragile Future,” in D. Haglund, ed., What NATO for Canada? (Queen’s University Press, 2000) “The U.S.-Japan-China Triangle: Will The United States Remain Engaged?”in Y. F. Khong, ed., Security Challenges and Regional Responses in the Asia-Pacific in the 21st Century (Institute for Defense and Strategic Studies,2000) “Containing Rogues and Renegades: Coalition Strategies and Counter-Proliferation,” in V. Utgoff, ed., The Next Nuclear Crisis: A Defining Moment (MIT Press/BSCIA Studies in International Security, 2000) “A Model Disagreement,” International Security, Vol.24.2, Fall 1999, reprinted in M.E. Brown, O. R. Cote,Jr.,S. M.L. Jones,& S.E. Miller, eds., Rational Choice and Security Studies: Stephen Walt and His Critics (MIT Press,2000) “Rigor or Rigor Mortis?: Rational Choice and Security Studies,” International Security, Vol. 23.4,Spring 1999, reprinted in M.E. Brown, O. R. Cote, Jr., S.M. L. Jones,& S.E. Miller, eds., Rational Choice and Security Studies: Stephen Walt and His Critics (MIT Press, 2000) “Never Say Never,” Foreign Affairs, Vol.78.1, January/February 1999 “The Ties That Fray: Why Europe and America are Approaching a Parting of the Ways,” The National Interest, 54 (Winter 1998-99) “The Hidden Nature of Systems,” The Atlantic Monthly, September 1998 “One World, Many Theories,” Foreign Policy, Vol.I 10, Spring 1998 “Revolution and War,” in J. Goldstone, ed., Encyclopedia of Political Revolutions (Congressional Quarterly, 1998) “The Precarious Partnership: Europe and America in a New Era,” in C.A. Kupchan, ed., Atlantic Security Contending Visions (Brookings/Council on Foreign Relations Press,1998)



“The Progressive Power of Realism,” American Political Science Review, Vol.91.4, December 1997 “The Gorbachev Revolution and International Relations Theory,” Diplomatic History, Vol. 21.2, Summer 1997 “Why Alliances Endure or Collapse,” Survival, Vol. 39.1,Spring 1997 “Building Up New Bogeymen,” Foreign Policy, No. 106 (Spring 1997) “Rethinking Revolution and War: A Response to Goldstone and Dassel,” Security Studies, Vol.6.2, Winter 1997

John White, B.A., M.A.,Ph.D.
Lecturer in Public Policy tel: 617-496-0542,fax: 617-496-0819, john_white@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“National Missile Defense: Is There Another Way?” Foreign Policy, Vol.119, Summer 2000, 91–100 (with J. Deutch & H. Brown) “Reforming the Department of Defense: The Revolution in Business Affairs,” Preventive Defense Project Publication Series, Vol.1.4, February 1999 (with S. J. Kelman & M. J. Lippitz) The Changing Role of Information in Warfare (co-ed., with Z.M. Khalilzad),(Rand,1999) “DOD in the 21st Century: The Role of the Private Sector,” in G.I. Susman & S. O’Keefe, eds., The Defense Industry in the Post-Cold War Era (Pergamon,1998, 25–32)

Julie Boatright Wilson, B.A., Ph.D.
Harry S. Kahn Lecturer in Social Policy and Director of the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy tel:617-495-8302, fax: 617-496-4533, julie_wilson@harvard.edu “When We Finally Get ‘There,’ How Large Will The CPS Caseload Be?” Working Paper, Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, 1999 “Abused and Neglected Children: How Many? How Serious the Maltreatment? What Share Could be Reached Only Through Coercive Intervention?” Working Paper, Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, 1999 “Community-Based Services for Families and Children — Is it the Answer?” Working Paper, Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, 1999



William Julius Wilson, B.A.,M.A. Ph.D.
Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor tel: 617-496-4514,fax: 617-495-5834, bill_wilson@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
The Bridge over the Racial Divide — Rising Inequality and Coalition Politics (University of California Press,1999) The Truly Disadvantaged — The Inner City, the Underclass, and Public Policy, Japanese edition (Akashi Shoten, 1999) When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor (Vintage paperback edition, 1997, Japanese translation, Akashi Shoten,1999)

Articles & Papers
Excerpts from When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor reprinted in N.R. Yetman, ed., Majority and Minority The Dynamics of Race and Ethnicity in American Life, 6th edition (Allyn and Bacon, 1999,376–384), “When Work Disappears,” Political Science Quarterly, 111.4, Winter 1996-1997,567–595, “When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor”in A. S. Wharton, ed., Working in America: Continuity, Conflict, and Change (Mayfield Publishing Company, 1997, 167–77),“Die USA am Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts: Eine soziale Zahmung der Marktwirtschaft steht aus,” in D. Messner, ed., Eine Welt: Die Zukunft des Staates und der Politik (Dietz,1998,121–144),selections from Chapter 1,“From Institutional to Jobless Ghettos,” in R. LeGates & F. Stout, eds., The City Reader (Routledge,2000), “When Work Disappears: The World of the New Urban Poor”in S. J. Ferguson, ed., Mapping the Social Landscape: Readings in Sociology, 2nd edition (Mayfield Publishing Company, 1999,456–468), “When Work Disappears” in C.A. Gallagher, ed., Rethinking the Color Line: Readings in Race and Ethnicity (Mayfield Publishing Company, 1999, 300–315), “The Inner City: When Work Disappears,” in A. Mittal & P. Rosset, eds., America Needs Human Rights (Institute for Food and Development Policy, 2000), “When Work Disappears: Societal Changes and Vulnerable Neighborhoods” in Peter Kivisto and Georganne Rundblad, eds., Multiculturalism in the United States, Current Issues, Contemporary Voices (Pine Forge Press,2000, 219–228) Excerpts from The Bridge Over the Racial Divide: Rising Inequality and Coalition Politics, “Affirming Opportunity,” The American Prospect, September-October 1999,61–64, “Bridging the Racial Divide,” The Nation, December 20,1999,20–22,“Racial Antagonisms and the Expanding Ranks of the Have-Nots,” Perspectives: Introductory Sociology, Coursewise Publishing, “Rising Inequality and the Case for Coalition Politics,” in E. Anderson & T. Zuberi, eds., The Study of African American Problems, W. E.B. Du Bois’s Agenda,Then and Now, also in Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 568 March 2000,78–99 Excerpts from The Truly Disadvantaged reprinted in T. Shapiro, ed., Great Divides: Readings in Social Inequality in the United States (Mayfield Publishing Company, 1998,221–239), also in M. Marable & L. Mullings, eds., Let Nobody Turn Us Around: Voices of Resistance,



Reform and Renewal: An African American Anthology (Rowman and Littlefield,2000, 557–567) “The Bridge over the Racial Divide: Coalition Politics and the Pursuit of Policies to Help Ordinary Families,” Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy, Vol.VI.1, Summer 2000, 113–128 “The State of American Cities,” in “Social Exclusion and the Future of Cities,” London School of Economics CASE Paper 35, February 2000,21–31 “The Bridge Over the Racial Divide,” Asian American Policy Review, Vol. IX,2000,99–104 “Jobless Ghettos: The Social Implications of the Disappearance of Work in Segregated Neighborhoods,” in R. Marshall, ed., Restoring Broadly Shared Prosperity (Economic Policy Institute & Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas,1997,47–62), also in R. Marshall, ed., Back to Shared Prosperity: The Growing Inequality of Wealth and Income in America (M.E.Sharpe,2000) “The New Urban Poverty: Consequences of the Economic and Social Decline of Inner-City Neighborhoods,’ in F. R. Harris & L.A. Curtis, eds., Locked in the Poorhouse (Rowman & Littlefield,1999),(with J. M.Quane & B. H. Rankin) “The Plight of the Inner-City Black Male,” in D. J. Besharov, ed., America’s Disconnected Youth: Toward a Preventive Strategy (Child Welfare League of America Press and American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research,1999,31–48) “Living in the Ghetto: The Cost of Racial and Class Exclusion,” in C.G.Ellison & W. A. Martin, eds., Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States: Readings for the 21st C entury (Roxbury Publishing Company, 1999),(with L. J. D. Wacquant) “When Work Disappears: New Implications for Race and Urban Poverty in the Global Economy,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol.22.3, May 1999,and in CASE paper 17, November 1998, Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion (CASE), London School of Economics “Inner City Dislocations,” Transaction/SOCIETY Vol. 21, No. 1 (November-December 1983): 80–86; reprinted in Transaction/SOCIETY, Vol.35, No. 2 (January-February 1998) 270–277 “African Americans and the Changing Structure of Work” in Afropaedia (The Perseus Africana Encyclopedia),(Perseus Publishing, 1998) “Engaging Publics in Sociological Dialogue through the Media,” Contemporary Sociology, Vol.27.5, September 1998,435–438 “Jobless Poverty: A New Form of Social Dislocation in the Inne r-City Ghetto,” in P. Moen, D. Dempster-McClain,& H. Walker, eds., A Nation Divided: Diversity, Inequality, and Community in American Society (Cornell University Press, 1998) “The Role of the Environment in the Black-White Test Score Gap,” in C. Jencks & M. Phillips, eds., The Black-White Test Score Gap (Brookings Institution Press,1998,501–10)



“Jobless Ghettos: The Impact of the Disappearance of Work in Segregated Neighborhoods,” The State Of Black America 1998 (National Urban League,1998,89–107) “Toward a Theory of Race, Crime and Urban Inequality,” in D. Karp, ed., Community Justice, An Emerging Field (Rowman & Littlefield,1998, 97–118),(with R. Sampson) Foreword, Ensuring Inequality: The Structural Transformation of the African-American Family, by D. Franklin (Oxford University Press,1997) “The New Social Inequality and Affirmative Opportunity,” in S. B. Greenberg & T. Skocpol, eds., The New Majority: Toward a Popular Progressive Politics (Yale University Press,1997, 57–77) Foreword, Poverty, Place and Urban School Reform, by J. Anyon (Teachers College Press, 1997) “Toward a Broader Vision of Inner-City Poverty,” in K.Erikson, ed., Sociological Visions (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers,1997,123–51) Preface, African Americans and the Public Agenda: The Paradoxes of Public Policy, ed. C. Herring (Russell Sage Foundation, 1997) Foreword, Poverty and Place, by P. Jargowsky (Russell Sage Foundation,1997) “Race-Neutral Programs and the Democratic Coalition,” in F. J. Beckwith & T. E. Jones, eds., Affirmative Action: Social Justice or Reverse Discrimination? (Prometheus Books,1997, 152–163) “Studying Inner-City Social Dislocations: The Challenge of Public Agenda Research,” in A. H. Halsey, H.Lauder, P. Brown, & A.S. Wells, eds., Education, Culture, Economy, and Society (Oxford University Press, 1997) “Race, Family Structure,and Social Policy,” Working Paper 7, Project on the Federal Social Role, National Conference on Social Welfare,1997 (with R. Aponte & K. Neckerman)

Kenneth Winston, B.A., M.A.,Ph.D.
Lecturer in Ethics and Assistant to the Dean for Special Projects on International Ethics and Diversity tel: 617-496-4196,fax: 617-496-2860, kenneth_winston@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“Teaching Ethics by the Case Method,” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Vol. 19.1, Winter 2000 Rev. of Legal Positivism in American Jurisprudence, by A. Sebok, Ethics, Vol.110.4, July 2000 “Three Models for the Study of Law,” in W. van der Burg & W. Witteveen, eds., Rediscovering Fuller (Amsterdam University Press,1999)



“Constructing Law’s Mandate,” in D. Dyzenhaus, ed., Recrafting the Rule of Law (Hart Publishing, 1999) “Why Are Libertarians Afraid of Democracy?” rev. of The Structure of Liberty, by R.E. Barnett, The Good Society, Vol.8.2,1999 “Moral Opportunism:A Case Study,” in I.Shapiro & R.M. Adams, Integrity and Conscience (NYU Press,1998) “Teaching With Cases,” in J. Kleinig & M. L. Smith, eds., Teaching Criminal Justice Ethics: Strategic Issues (Anderson Publishers, 1997)

David Wise, B.A.,Ph.D.
John F. Stambaugh Professor of Political Economy tel: 617-495-1178,fax: 617-496-3783, david_wise@harvard.edu

Books & Reports
Social Security and Retirement Around the World (co-ed., with J. Gruber),(University of Chicago Press, 1999) Personal Saving Personal Choice, ed. (Hoover Institution Press,1999) Inquiries in the Economics of Aging, ed.(University of Chicago Press,1998) Facing the Age Wave, ed.(Hoover Institution Press, 1997)

Articles & Papers
“Personal Retirement Accounts and Personal Choice,” in D. Wise, ed., Personal Saving Personal Choice (Hoover Institution Press,1999),(with J. Poterba) “Little Saving and Too Much Medical Insurance,” in D. Wise, ed., Personal Saving Personal Choice (Hoover Institution Press, 1999),(with M. Eichner) “Social Security and Retirement Around the World: Introduction and Summary,” in J. Gruber & D. Wise, eds., Social Security and Retirement Around the World (University of Chicago Press, 1999),also published in Research in Labor Economics, Volume 18 (JAI Press Inc,1999),(with J. Gruber) “The Taxation of Pensions:A Shelter Can Become a Trap,” in D. Wise, ed., Frontiers in the Economics of Aging (University of Chicago Press,1998), (with J. B. Shoven) “Personal Retirement Savings Programs and Asset Accumulation: Reconciling the Evidence,” in D. Wise, ed., Frontiers in the Economics of Aging (University of Chicago Press,1998), (with J. M. Poterba & S. F. Venti) “Insurance or Self-insurance?: Variation, Persistence,and Individual Health Accounts,” in D. Wise, ed., Inquiries in the Economics of Aging (University of Chicago Press,1998),(with M. Eichner & M. McClellan)



“Lump-Sum Distributions from Retirement Saving Plans: Receipt and Utilization,” in D. Wise, ed., Inquiries in the Economics of Aging (University of Chicago Press,1998),(with J. M. Poterba & S. F. Venti) “Individual Financial Decisions in Retirement Saving Plans and the Provision of Resources for Retirement,” in M. Feldstein, ed., Privatizing Social Security (University of Chicago Press,1998) “Lifetime Income, Saving Choices, and Wealth at Retirement,” in mimeo, Dartmouth College and NBER, March 1997 (with S. F. Venti) “Retirement Against the Demographic Trend: More Older People Living Longer, Working Less,and Saving Less,” Demography, Vol. 34.1, February 1997 “More Older People Living Longer, Working Less,” Facing the Age Wave (Hoover Institution Press, 1997) “Keeping Savers from Saving,” Facing the Age Wave (Hoover Institution Press,1997),(with J. B. Shoven) “The Wealth of Cohorts: Retirement Saving and the Changing Assets of Older Americans,” in S.Schieber & J. B. Shoven, eds., Public Policy Toward Pensions (MIT Press, 1997),(with S. Venti) “Health Expenditure Persistence and the Feasibility of Medical Savings Accounts,” Tax Policy and the Economy 11 (MIT Press,1997),(with M. Eichner & M. McClellan) “The Effects of Special Saving Programs on Saving and on Wealth,” in M. Hurd & N. Yashiro, eds., The Economic Effects of Aging in the United States and Japan (University of Chicago Press, 1997),(with J. M. Poterba & S. F. Venti) “Changing Social Security Survivorship Benefits and the Poverty of Widows,” in M. Hurd & N. Yashiro, eds., The Economic Effects of Aging in the United States and Japan (University of Chicago Press, 1997),(with M. D. Hurd) “Retirement Incentives: The Interaction Between Employer-Provided Pension Plans, Social Security, and Retiree Health Benefits,” in M. Hurd & N. Yashiro, eds., The Economic Effects of Aging in the United States and Japan (University of Chicago Press,1997),(with R. L. Lumsdaine & J. H.Stock) “The Sources of Cost Difference in Health Insurance Plans:A Decomposition Analysis,” Working Paper, 1997 (with M. Eichner & M. McClellan)



Richard Zeckhauser, A.B.,Ph.D.
Frank Plumpton Ramsey Professor of Political Economy tel:617-495-1174,fax: 617-496-3783, richard_zeckhauser@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“The Anatomy of Health Insurance,” in J. P. Newhouse & A. J. Culyer, eds., The Handbook of Health Economics (Elsevier Science, 2000),(with D. Cutler) “Action Bias and Environmental Decisions,” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Vol.21.1,2000, 45–72 (with A. Patt) “The Design and Interpretation of Contracts: Why Complexity Matters,” Northwestern University Law Review, Vol.95.1,2000,91–132 (with K. Eggleston & E.A. Posner) “The Market for Evaluations,” American Economic Review, Vol.89.3, June 1999,564–584 (with C. Avery & P. Resnick) “Earnings Management to Exceed Thresholds,” Journal of Business, Vol.72.1, January 1999, 1–33 (with F. Degeorge & J. Patel) “Dark Deals and Dampened Destinies: Corruption and Economic Performance,” Japan and the World Economy, 11,1999,443–454 (with S. Wei) “The Menu-Setting Problem and Subsidized Prices: Drug Formulary Illustration,” Journal of Health Economics, 18,1999, 523–550 (with T. Olmstead) “Legislators as Negotiators,” in R. H. Mnookin & L. E. Susskind, with P. C. Foster, eds., Negotiating on Behalf of Others: Advice to Lawyers,Business Executives, Sports Agents, Diplomats, Politicians,and Everybody Else (Russell Sage Foundation, 1999,203–225),(with D. C. King) “Price Versus Quantity: Market-Clearing Mechanisms When Consumers are Uncertain about Quality,” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Vol.17.3,1999,215–242 (with A. Metrick) “Restraining the Leviathan: Property Tax Limitation in Massachusetts,” Journal of Public Economics, 71,1999,313–334 (with D. M. Cutler & D. W. Elmendoro) “Reinsurance for Catastrophes and Cataclysms,” in K.A. Froot, ed., The Financing of Catastrophe Risk (University of Chicago Press, 1999,233–269), (with D. M. Cutler) “Two Crises and Two Chinas,” Japan and the World Economy, Vol. 10.3, July 1998,359–369 (with S. Wei) “Demography, Economic Performance,and Financial Markets,” Japan and the World Economy, Vol.10.3, July 1998,381–385



“Adverse Selection and Adverse Retention,” American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, Vol.88.2, May 1998,122–126 (with D. Altman & D. M. Cutler) “Amos Tversky and the Ascent of Behavioral Economics,” Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, Vol. 16.1, April 1998, 7–47 (with D. Laibson) “Restoring Natural Resources with Destination-Driven Costs,” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 36,1998,225–242 (with C. V. Phillips) “Organizational Form and Insurance Company Performance:Stocks versus Mutuals,” in D. Bradford, ed., The Economics of Property-Casualty Insurance (University of Chicago Press, 1998,167–192),(with P. Born, W. M.Gentry, & W. Kip Viscusi) “The Anatomy of Jumps and Falls in Wages,” in S. W. Polachek, ed., Research in Labor Economics 17 (JAI Press, 1998,201–232),(with M. J. Moore & W. Kip Viscusi) “Adverse Selection in Health Insurance,” in A.Garber, ed., Frontiers in Health Policy Research, Vol.I (MIT Press, 1998, 1–31),(with D. M. Cutler) “Investment Flexibility and the Acceptance of Risk,” Journal of Economic Theory, Vol.75.2, October 1997,219241 (with C. Gollier & J. Lindsey) “The J-Shape of Performance Persistence Given Survivorship Bias,” Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 79.2, May 1997,161–170 (with D. Hendricks & J. Patel) “Property Tax Limitations in Retrospect: The Example of Massachusetts,” 1996 Proceedings of the Eighty-Ninth Annual Conference on Taxation (National Tax Association,1997, 160–168), (with D. M. Cutler & D. W. Elmendorf)

Dorothy Zinberg, B.A.,M.A.,Ph.D.
Lecturer in Public Policy tel:617-495-1406,fax: 617-495-8963, dorothy_zinberg@harvard.edu

Articles & Papers
“Poverty is not an Island,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, October 20, 2000 “Who Can You Trust Online?” London Times Higher Education Supplement, December 15, 2000 “A Lesson for the Over-50s,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, September 1,2000 “A Corporate Enemy Within,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, August 11,2000 “Will the Internet Become a Crucial Tool in the Middle East Peace Struggle?” Boston Globe, July 14,2000 “Vision of Peace in a Desert,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, June 16,2000 “No Place Left for Tradition,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, April 28,2000 “E-Sisters Cast Tradition Aside,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, April 7,2000



“Mom Showed us the Way,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, February 25, 2000 “The Digital Philanthropists,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, December 24, 1999 “Cyberspace’s Desert Song,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, November 26, 1999 “Swimming with the Sharks,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, October 15,1999 “Net Users Must Prepare for Big Brother,” Boston Herald, September 26, 1999 “Fending off Cyber Warfare,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, September 24, 1999 “China’s Gift to U.S. Colleges,” Boston Globe, June 14,1999 “Bombings Upped the Anti,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, July 23,1999 “Putting Ethics to the Test,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, June 18,1999 “Two Tarnished Institutions,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, April 30,1999 “The Ten Commandments,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, March 12,1999 “Workers Flower in Desert,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, February 15,1999 “A World Worth Fighting For,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, December 25, 1998 “Bad News From Cyberspace?” London Times Higher Education Supplement, October 30, 1998 “No Party for the People,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, September 25,1998 “Penitents Take Lead in Schools,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, August 7, 1998 “Heroes New and Old,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, July 10,1998 “Profits Without Honour,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, May 1,1998 “The Getty Grasp on Reality,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, March 20,1998 “Cybertech Battle for Campuses,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, February 20, 1998 “Junk Food on the Net,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, January 16, 1998 “Sharing the Spring of Wealth,” London Times Higher Education Supplement, October 17, 1997