Public Economics

December 2008
NBER Reporter;Winter2008, Issue 4, p51
Trade Publication
Information about several papers discussed at the meeting entitled "Public Economics" arranged by Raj Chetty and Emmanuel Saez of the University of California, held at the Stanford University in California on November 6-7, 2008 is presented. The topic includes estimating welfare in insurance markets using variation in prices and the information and behavioral response to taxation. The event has featured several industrialists including Amy Finkelstein, Mark R. Cullen and Henrik Kleven.


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