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The Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) began publication in 1969 under the auspices of the American Economic Association with quarterly issues appearing in March, June, September, and December. JEL contains survey and review articles, book reviews, an annotated bibliography of newly published books, and a list of current dissertations in North American universities.

Publisher: American Economic Association

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Volume 42, Number 4, December 2004

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Articles

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Field Experiments
pp. 1009-1055(47)
Authors: Harrison, Glenn W.; List, John A.

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Job Information Networks, Neighborhood Effects, and Inequality
pp. 1056-1093(38)
Authors: Ioannides, Yannis M.; Datcher Loury, Linda

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Financial Crises: Review of Eichengreen and Tirole
pp. 1094-1097(4)
Author: Fischer, Stanley

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Review of The New Financial Order by Shiller
pp. 1098-1101(4)
Author: Ross, Stephen A.

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The Unity of Auction Theory: Milgrom's Masterclass
pp. 1102-1115(14)
Author: Maskin, Eric

Book Reviews

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Book Reviews
pp. 1116-1168(53)

Annotated Listing of New Books

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Annotated Listing of New Books
pp. 1169-1281(113)

JEL Classification System

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JEL Classification System
pp. 1282-1293(12)

Doctoral Dissertations in Economics Ninety-Ninth Annual List

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