Marc D. Joffe

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  • M Joffe
  • 1992
Reproductive effects have been called "the new frontier in occupational and environmental health research"' and previously, "the occupational health issue of the 1980s."2 By comparison with the many potentially toxic or mutagenic occupational agents currently in use, however, little evidence has so far accumulated to incriminate or to exonerate the effects(More)
DRAFT submitted to the California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission and the Center for California Studies and for peer review. This document reflects the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of CDIAC or the Center. Abstract In response to a request from the California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission, we propose a model to estimate(More)
of the structures of municipal bonds, identifying multiple services that may be used as a municipality issues bonds and services that may or may not be necessary. It also finds uneven costs associated with municipal bond issuances. To maximize the use of our data and in hope that others will supplement it, we have posted it in a Google sheet accessible(More)
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