Andrew Young

Emory University - Department of Economics

1602 Fishburne Drive

Atlanta, GA 30322

United States

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'The Real Thing': Nominal Price Rigidity of the Nickel Coke, 1886-1959

Bar-Ilan University Economics Working Paper No. 2004
Number of pages: 47 Posted: 06 Feb 2004
Daniel Levy and Andrew Young
Bar-Ilan University - Department of Economics and Emory University - Department of Economics
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Price rigidity, sticky prices, cost of adjustment, cost of price adjustment, retail price maintenance, Coca-Cola, Coke, the Real Thing, Pepsi, Nickel Coke, monetary transacation technology constraint, indivisibility constraint, inconvenience cost, Nickel and Dime Stores

'The Real Thing': Nominal Price Rigidity of the Nickel Coke, 1886-1959

Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, Vol. 36, No. 4, pp. 765-799, August 2004
Posted: 20 Apr 2004
Daniel Levy and Andrew Young
Bar-Ilan University - Department of Economics and Emory University - Department of Economics

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Price rigidity, sticky prices, cost of adjustment, cost of price adjustment, retail price maintenance, Coca-Cola, Coke, the Real Thing, Pepsi, Nickel Coke, monetary transacation technology constraint, indivisibility constraint, inconvenience cost, Nickel and Dime Stores

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Many Types of Human Capital and Many Roles in U.S. Growth: Evidence from County-Level Educational Attainment Data

Bar-Ilan University Economics Working Paper No. 3-04
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 10 Mar 2004
Andrew Young, Daniel Levy and Matthew John Higgins
Emory University - Department of Economics, Bar-Ilan University - Department of Economics and University of Utah - Department of Entrepreneurship & Strategy
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Human capital stock, educational attainment, economic growth, county level data

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Growth and Convergence Across the Us: Evidence from County-Level Data

Review of Economics and Statistics, 2006
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 24 Apr 2003
Matthew John Higgins, Daniel Levy and Andrew Young
University of Utah - Department of Entrepreneurship & Strategy, Bar-Ilan University - Department of Economics and Emory University - Department of Economics
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Economic Growth, Conditional Convergence, County-Level Data

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Heterogeneity in Convergence Rates and Income Determination Across U.S. States: Evidence from County-Level Data

Bar-Ilan University and Emory University Working Paper
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 13 Feb 2004
Andrew Young, Matthew John Higgins and Daniel Levy
Emory University - Department of Economics, University of Utah - Department of Entrepreneurship & Strategy and Bar-Ilan University - Department of Economics
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Convergence, heterogeneity, neoclassical growth model, county level data, variation in convergence rates, balanced growth path, consistent estimation, government and economic growth, education and economic growth, 2SLS, consistent estimation, income determination

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Factor Shares at the Sector Level, Colombia 1990-2005

Documentos de trabajo, Facultad de Economía, Universidad del Rosario, No. 76, 2010
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 09 Mar 2010
Universidad del Rosario, Universidad del Rosario - Faculty of Economics and Emory University - Department of Economics
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Factor Shares, income distribution, cycles, economic growth, Colombia

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Evidence of Induced Innovation in US Sectoral Capital’s Shares

Documentos de Trabajo, No. 80, 2010
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 08 Mar 2010
Emory University - Department of Economics, Universidad del Rosario - Faculty of Economics and Universidad del Rosario
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induced innovation, biased technical change, capital’s share, labor’s share, elasticity of substitution