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We examine the impact of Emergency Department (ED) overcrowding on wait times and patient outcomes using a unique cross section of about 32,000 patients for an ED located in the Southwestern United States. We construct a measure of a patient's outcome and estimate the extent to which it is...
We examine the impact of Emergency Department (ED) overcrowding on wait times and patient outcomes using a unique cross section of about 32,000 patients for an ED located in the Southwestern United States. We construct a measure of a patient’s outcome and estimate the extent to which it is...
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Throughout economic history there have been episodes in which the liberalization of trade has been accompanied by a positive flow of migrants. Such phenomena are notable because they contradict the basic Heckscher-Ohlin conclusion that trade and labor mobility are substitutes. Also notable is...
This paper evaluates the importance of an economy's financial development in determining the effect of exchange rate volatility on foreign direct investment (FDI) for a panel of 39 emerging economies over 35 years. Results show that the impact of exchange rate volatility on FDI in economies with...
To determine the total effect of trade on migration in the existence of capital accumulation asymmetries between trading partners, this paper develops, calibrates, and solves a two-country general equilibrium model of trade and migration. The model introduces an interaction between capital...