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Abstract The current expansion has seen record-high levels of transactions in housing, extraordinary growth in the aggregate value of owner-occupied housing, and large increases in the amount of funds realized from the refinancing of mortgage debt. Many analysts thus have pointed to the strong...
Abstract This paper examines the issue of using past economic performance to benchmark transfer prices in advance pricing agreements (APAs) and explores methods that allow transfer prices to reflect current economic performance. The paper applies these methods to the electronics industry and...
Abstract Tort costs as a fraction of U.S. GDP have increased overv three-fold in the past 50 years, now hovering slightly above two percent. Although there has been much ink spilled blaming the plaintiffs' bar and so-called hellhole jurisdictions, less has been written about the behavior and...
Abstract We highlight the importance of information for consumerdriven healthcare (CDHC), describe barriers, display data on adoption rates and product features, and use a new health modeling approach to investigate the potential impact on national healthcare expenditures. We conclude with an...
Abstract This article contrasts the development of Japanese financial institutions over the past 50 years to that of the United States and compares the two countries' household savings behavior. Although reform and liberalization is driving the Japanese financial sector to become more open and...
Abstract How the Bureau of Labor Statistics is revising how they calculate monthly hours and earnings.
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