This project addressed the lack of comparable health measures and indices across nations by developing a cross-national model for measuring health status. In applying the measures to several nations, the study found significant variability in genuine health that correlates most closely with national income.
This paper proposes a simple methodology that empirically identifies the separate effects of entry and size restrictions on aggregate productivity, and uses it to analyse the impact of a policy reform in India.
The Article argues that the economic analysis of tort law has yet to satisfactorily answer a critical threshold question: which of the many inputs that lead to an accident should be included in a court's liability analysis?
A study of ways of comparing the cost of planned atmospheric research with the value of the benefits derived. The authors find in this Memorandum that no aggregation of all resulting socioeconomic values is meaningful.
In economic analysis, the cost isoquant between two different commodities from the point of view of a purchaser or a producer is in the general (possibly noncompetitive) case assumed to be concave to the origin.