Adam M. Zaretsky : Citation Profile


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   11 years (1993 - 2004). See details.
   Cites by year: 3
   Journals where Adam M. Zaretsky has often published
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   Recent citing documents: 1.    Total self citations: 0 (0 %)

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Wheelock, David (7)

Wilson, Paul (3)

Heinen, Andréas (3)

LEON, Florian (2)

Wolman, Alexander (2)

Rosen, Richard (2)

Bos, J. (2)

Swidler, Steve (1)

Torrent-Sellens, Joan (1)

Ongena, Steven (1)

O'Connor, Sean (1)

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Journals with more than one article published# docs
The Regional Economist36
National Economic Trends3
Review2

Recent works citing Adam M. Zaretsky (2021 and 2020)


YearTitle of citing document
2020Long-distance commuting and the effect of differentiated salary expectations in the commuters’ place of living on the wage obtained in the place of working. (2020). Paredes, Dusan ; Araya, Dusan Paredes ; Aguilar, Mauricio Oyarzo ; Perez-Trujillo, Manuel. In: The Annals of Regional Science. RePEc:spr:anresc:v:65:y:2020:i:2:d:10.1007_s00168-020-00991-7.

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Works by Adam M. Zaretsky:


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1997Dispelling myths about immigrants In: National Economic Trends.
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1998Multiple jobs, multiple counting In: National Economic Trends.
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2000Overblown productivity? In: National Economic Trends.
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1993To boldly go where we have gone before: repeating the interest rate mistakes of the past In: The Regional Economist.
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1993A gift horse for the states: federal mandates In: The Regional Economist.
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1993The foreign demand for District products In: The Regional Economist.
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1993After the 500-year flood: an early look at the return to normalcy In: The Regional Economist.
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1994Are minimum wages intrusive? In: The Regional Economist.
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1994Are states giving away the store? In: The Regional Economist.
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1994Letting the good times roll on riverboat casinos In: The Regional Economist.
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1994Riding the rails: a look at light rail transit In: The Regional Economist.
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1995Revamping Medicaid: one states attempt at reform In: The Regional Economist.
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1995Are economic flexibility and social welfare programs incompatible? In: The Regional Economist.
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1995I want my MTV ... and my CNN ... and my ESPN ... and my TBS and ... : the cable industry and regulation In: The Regional Economist.
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1995How statistics can mislead In: The Regional Economist.
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1996Will that be cash, check, charge or smart card? In: The Regional Economist.
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1996Exports in the Eighth District - an update In: The Regional Economist.
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1996Learning the lessons of history: the Federal Reserve and the payments system In: The Regional Economist.
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1996District jobs: have they been gearing up? In: The Regional Economist.
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1997Rush-hour horrors: how economics tackles congestion In: The Regional Economist.
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1997The overlooked 40 percent: the rural Eighth District In: The Regional Economist.
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1997Permits, contracts, closings: real estate in the Eighth District In: The Regional Economist.
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1997A burden to America? immigration and the economy In: The Regional Economist.
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1998With tailwinds blowing, the district economy sails on In: The Regional Economist.
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1998Going once, going twice, sold: auctions and the success of economic theory In: The Regional Economist.
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1998Will the EMU go the way of the dodo? Yes, this EMU will fly, but will it stay aloft? In: The Regional Economist.
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1998Have computers made us more productive? A puzzle In: The Regional Economist.
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1999Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble: asset prices and market speculation In: The Regional Economist.
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1999The national and district economies: are they marching in step? In: The Regional Economist.
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1999Cartels: breaking up aint hard to do In: The Regional Economist.
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1999Revamping Medicaid: a five-year check-up on Tennessees experiment In: The Regional Economist.
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2000A new universe in banking after financial modernization In: The Regional Economist.
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2000Working in the golden years and paying for it: the retirement earnings test In: The Regional Economist.
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2000The American economy: producing more with less? In: The Regional Economist.
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2000The district economy: still the front runner or just part of the pack? In: The Regional Economist.
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2001Should cities pay for sports facilities? In: The Regional Economist.
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2001Bricks and mortar, wood and shingles: are real estate markets still booming in the eight district? In: The Regional Economist.
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2001The changing face of the Eighth District In: The Regional Economist.
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2004Bank consolidation. Regulators always have the power to pull the plug In: The Regional Economist.
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1995An introduction to the theory and estimation of a job-search model In: Review.
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2003Banking antitrust: are the assumptions still valid? In: Review.
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