Working or technical papers of Economics Department faculty. Entries are prior to the creation of the Mathematics and Economics Department in Fall 2023. For working or technical after that date, please click on the following link: Mathematics and Economics Department Faculty Working Papers.


Manuscripts from 2022


Team Incentives and Lower Ability Workers: An Experimental Study on Real Effort Tasks, Richard B. Freeman, Xiaofei Pan, Xiaolan Yang, and Maoliang Ye

Manuscripts from 2021


Remittances, Ethnic Diversity, and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries, Isil Yavuz and Berrak Bahadir

Manuscripts from 2020


International Disease Epidemics and the Shadow Economy, Aziz N. Berdiev, Rajeev K. Goel, and James W. Saunoris

Manuscripts from 2009


Impact of Technological Innovation Capabilities on the Market Value of Firms, Madan Annavarjula and Ramesh Mohan

Manuscripts from 2007


Addressing the Low Returns to Education of African Born Immigrants in the United States, Jongsung Kim and Francis Kemegue


A Panel Data Analysis of FDI, Trade Openness, and Liberalization on Economic Growth of the ASEAN-5, Ramesh Mohan

Manuscripts from 2004


Convergence, Dynamics and Geography of Economic Growth: The Case of Municipalities in Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, Dorte Verner and Edinaldo Tebaldi

Manuscripts from 2003

U.S. Gender Occupational Segregation and Earnings Gap in the 1990s, Jongsung Kim

Manuscripts from 2002

Returns to College Education: Analysis on Hispanic Workers, Jongsung Kim

Manuscripts from 2001

Awakening of the New Gender Earnings Gap: A Study of the 1990's Economic Expansion in the U.S. Labor Market, Jongsung Kim