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From the Editor Business Economics Vol. 48, No. 3 © National Association for Business Economics Business Economics (2013) 48, 147–148. whether public policy was shooting at the wrong target doi:10.1057/be.2013.18 with its emphasis on commercial banks. Xiaobing Shuai and Christine Chmura investigate whether changing state corporate tax rates have a his issue is mostly about macro-level finance, measurable impact on state employment. Their empiri- T especially banking. This was not a matter of choice cal results confirm what theory would suggest and as much as happenstance: it was the way NABE’s indicate that modest reductions in rates might also have meetings and submitted papers happened to roll. First, a positive effect on state revenues through secondary on the occasion of being given NABE’s Lifetime effects. Achievement Award for Public Policy, Paul Volcker In this issue’s Focus on Industries and Markets, Bob sat down with Steve Liesman and NABE President Costello describes the trucking industry—especially its Ken Simonson to share his views on the international competitive environment and the institutional and techno- monetary system and U.S. financial regulation before logical changes that have affected it. In particular, he entering into a broader discussion with Liesman and describes the roles of the Interstate Highway http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Business Economics Springer Journals

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Business Economics , Volume 48 (3): 2 – Jul 1, 2013

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Publisher
Springer Journals
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2013 National Association for Business Economics
ISSN
0007-666X
eISSN
1554-432X
DOI
10.1057/be.2013.18
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Business Economics Vol. 48, No. 3 © National Association for Business Economics Business Economics (2013) 48, 147–148. whether public policy was shooting at the wrong target doi:10.1057/be.2013.18 with its emphasis on commercial banks. Xiaobing Shuai and Christine Chmura investigate whether changing state corporate tax rates have a his issue is mostly about macro-level finance, measurable impact on state employment. Their empiri- T especially banking. This was not a matter of choice cal results confirm what theory would suggest and as much as happenstance: it was the way NABE’s indicate that modest reductions in rates might also have meetings and submitted papers happened to roll. First, a positive effect on state revenues through secondary on the occasion of being given NABE’s Lifetime effects. Achievement Award for Public Policy, Paul Volcker In this issue’s Focus on Industries and Markets, Bob sat down with Steve Liesman and NABE President Costello describes the trucking industry—especially its Ken Simonson to share his views on the international competitive environment and the institutional and techno- monetary system and U.S. financial regulation before logical changes that have affected it. In particular, he entering into a broader discussion with Liesman and describes the roles of the Interstate Highway

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Business EconomicsSpringer Journals

Published: Jul 1, 2013

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