University of Rhode Island

Picture of Library

University of Rhode Island Libraries
HELIN Catalog
Find Articles
User Guides
InfoRhode Tutorials
E-Journal List
My Library Account About the Libraries About the Libraries Give to the Libraries

University of Rhode Island Libraries Web Site Header

Libraries HomeLibrary hoursSite IndexContact Information

University Libraries
Faculty Publications
Compiled by Margaret J. Keefe

Faculty Publications 2013


Anderson, Bret and Elisa Braunstein. "Economic Growth and Employment From 1990-2010: Explaining Elasticities by Gender." Review of Radical Political Economics. 45(30):269-277.  September 2013.

Burkett, J. P. "Book Review: Houghes, Douglas E. Irrationality in Health Care: What Behavioral Economics Reveals About What We Do and Why." Choice. 51(2):317. October 2013.

Burkett, John, Economic Change and Restructuring. Vol.46, 2013.

Lardaro, Leonard, Compiler. Current Conditions Index. Vol. X, 2013.

Lardaro, Leonard, Panelist. A Lively Experiment. 01 11 2013 WSBE DT.

Lardaro, Leonard. "R.I.'s Falling Jobless Rate Is Little Solace." Providence Journal. May 9, 2-13.  p.A16.

McIntyre, Richard. "Are Worker's Rights Human Rights?" ILRR Review. 64(2): 2013.

McIntyre, Richard and Michael Hilliard. "Capitalist Class Agency and the New Deal Order: Against the Notion of a Limited Capital-Labor Accord." Review of Radical Political Economics. 45(2):129-148. June 2013.

McIntyre, Richard. "Obama's Corporate Global Trade Policy." Providence Journal. August 24, 2013.

McIntyre, Richard. "Radical Labor Economics, Labor History, and Employment Relations: The State of the Conversation." Labor: Studies in Working Class History of the Americas. 9(4):75-81. Winter 2013.

McIntyre, Richard. "Under NAFTA, Property Has Trumped Love." Providence Journal. December 27, 2013.

Van Horn, Robert. "Hayek's Unacknowledged Disciple: An Exploration of the Political and Intellectual Relationship of F. A. Hayeck and Aaron Director." Journal of History of Economic Thought. 35(3):271-290. 2013.

Van Horn, Robert and Monica Van Horn. "What Would Adam Smith Have on His iPod? Uses of Music in Teaching the History of Economic Thought." Journal of Economic Education. 44(1):64-73. January 2013.

Return to Faculty Publications 2013 Table of Contents.
Return to Faculty Publications homepage.