William A. McEachern : Citation Profile


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University of Connecticut

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   35 years (1976 - 2011). See details.
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   Journals where William A. McEachern has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 0.    Total self citations: 1 (5.56 %)

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Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with William A. McEachern.

Is cited by:

Klein, Daniel (4)

Robst, John (1)

McGoldrick, KimMarie (1)

Hughes, Alan (1)

Guest, paul (1)

Cites to:

Snyder, James (2)

Freeman, Richard (2)

Posner, Richard (2)

landes, william (2)

Klein, Daniel (1)

KALAITZIDAKIS, PANTELIS (1)

Holcombe, Randall (1)

Murrell, Peter (1)

Nelson, Randy (1)

Mamuneas, Theofanis (1)

Woodford, Michael (1)

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Where William A. McEachern has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
The Connecticut Economy60
Journal of Industrial Economics2

Recent works citing William A. McEachern (2018 and 2017)


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Works by William A. McEachern:


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1978Corporate Control and Growth: An Alternative Approach. In: Journal of Industrial Economics.
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1978Stockholder Control, Uncertainty and the Allocation of Resources to Research and Development. In: Journal of Industrial Economics.
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1978Ownership, Control, and the Contemporary Corporation: A Comment. In: Kyklos.
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2006AEA Ideology: Campaign Contributions of American Economic Association Members, Committee Members, Officers, Editors, Referees, Authors, and Acknowledgees In: Econ Journal Watch.
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2011Macroeconomic Principles are Still Relevant and Still Important In: Chapters.
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1987Federal advisory commissions in an economic model of representative democracy In: Public Choice.
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1976The Managerial Revolution and Corporate Performance In: Challenge.
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1976Corporate Control and Risk. In: Economic Inquiry.
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2000Death Valley In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2000The State Income Tax By the Numbers In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2000Labor Force Participation Rates In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2000Income Still Tops, But Poverty Increases In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2000What’s the Score as Connecticut Edges into a New Century? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2000How Come We’re Still Tops? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2002State Budget Shortfall Takes Us Back to the Future In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2003We Didnt Know How Bad We Had It Back Then In: The Connecticut Economy.
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2008A Recession, an Election, and the Rhetoric of Change In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1993You Heard it Here First: The Great Recession is History! In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1993Tracking the Recession Through the Yellow Pages In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1993Picking Up the Pieces After Connecticuts Great Recession In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1993Why Isnt the Unemployment Rate Higher? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1993Travel and Tourism on the Rebound In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1993Fairfield County, New York East? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Why Income Held Up During the Recession In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Crime Down in Connecticut In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Why Are People Still Down on the Economy? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Hard Times for the Property Tax In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Five Economic Myths In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994State Still Tops in Income In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Jobs and Employment by Town In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1994Yellow Pages: A Stamford-Greenwich Reprise In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1995Is Connecticut Back in the Soup? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1995Consumer Confidence vs. Business Confidence In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1995Does a Rising Tide Lift All the Boats? Jobs and Welfare in Connecticut In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1995Crime Down in 94 In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1995Where From and Where To? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1995Median Household Income in Connecticut In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996The Light at the End of the Fiber-optic Cable: Connecticuts Photonics Cluster In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996County Income Patters In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996Connecticuts Flat Tax In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996Consumer Confidence Versus Business Confidence In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996Crime Down in 95 In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996Recession Watch In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1996Just the FAQs on Connecticuts Economy: Some Frequently Asked Questions In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997Some Virtues of Part-Time Employment in Connecticut In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997Tracking the Hartford Region Through the Yellow Pages In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997A Hard Look at Connecticuts Software Industry In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997Confidence Converges In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997Small City Geography...Big City Problems In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997Was the Great Recession a Double-Dipper? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997Connecticuts Exodus is Losing Steam In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1997CT Extends Income Lead In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998The Connecticut Economy Meets Wall Street In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998New England Check-Up In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998Job Totals Rising, Labor Force Shrinking? Go Figure. In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998Connecticuts Progressive Income Tax In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998Are Labor Shortages Killing the Expansion? In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998Job Machines and Bedroom Communities In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998Changes in Connecticuts Median Household Help Explain the Income Decline In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1998Connecticuts Income Inequality In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999Southwest Storms the Northeast In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999Forbes by the Numbers In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999State Income Tax Now Biggest Fiscal Horse In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999Some State Income Tax Snapshots In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999Crime and Punishment in Connecticut In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999Connecticut’s FIREd Up! In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999The Persistence of Place in an Internet World In: The Connecticut Economy.
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1999Car Sales and Road Traffic In: The Connecticut Economy.
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