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Blinder AS, others.  2009.  How many US jobs might be offshorable? World Economics. 10:41.
Krueger AB.  2009.  Measuring the subjective well-being of nations: National accounts of time use and well-being.
Krueger AB, Kahneman D, Schkade D, Schwarz N, Stone AA.  2009.  National time accounting: The currency of life. Measuring the subjective well-being of nations: National accounts of time use and well-being. :9–86.
Lewis DE.  2009.  Patronage Appointments in the Modern Presidency: Evidence from a Survey of Federal Executives. Vanderbilt Law and Economics Research Paper. :09–20.
Lewis DE.  2009.  Revisiting the administrative presidency: Policy, patronage, and agency competence. Presidential Studies Quarterly. 39:60–73.
Krueger AB, Kahneman D, Fischler C, Schkade D, Schwarz N, Stone AA.  2009.  Time use and subjective well-being in France and the US. Social indicators research. 93:7–18.
Krueger AB, Pray MConnolly.  2008.  Evidence on the secondary market for concert tickets. Canadian Economics Association.
Stock JH, Watson M.  2008.  The evolution of national and regional factors in US housing construction. Volatility and time series econometrics: essays in honor of Robert F. Engle.
Cuddy AJC, Fiske ST, Glick P.  2007.  The BIAS map: behaviors from intergroup affect and stereotypes.. Journal of personality and social psychology. 92:631.
Alon S, Tienda M.  2007.  Diversity, opportunity, and the shifting meritocracy in higher education. American Sociological Review. 72:487–511.
Krueger AB.  2005.  The economics of real superstars: The market for rock concerts in the material world. Journal of Labor Economics. 23:1–30.
Berinsky AJ, Mendelberg T.  2005.  The indirect effects of discredited stereotypes in judgments of Jewish leaders. American Journal of Political Science. 49:845–864.
Espenshade TJ, Chung CY.  2005.  The opportunity cost of admission preferences at elite universities. Social Science Quarterly. 86:293–305.
J Oliver E, Lee T.  2005.  Public opinion and the politics of obesity in America. Journal of health politics, policy and law. 30:923–954.