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- George J. Borjas, Paul Samuelson, +5 authors Steve Trejo
- 2002

Immigration is not evenly balanced across groups of workers who have the same education but differ in their work experience, and the nature of the supply imbalance changes over time. This paper develops a new approach for estimating the labor market impact of immigration by exploiting this variation in supply shifts across education-experience groups. I… (More)

- R. Dornbusch, S. Fischer, P. A. Samuelson, Gottfried Haberler
- 2007

Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of JSTOR's Terms and Conditions of Use, available at http://www.jstor.org/about/terms.html. JSTOR's Terms and Conditions of Use provides, in part, that unless you have obtained prior permission, you may not download an entire issue of a journal or multiple copies of articles, and you may use content in… (More)

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- Robert C. Merton, Bon Appetit, Paul A. Samuelson
- 2009

ion that all sources of economic growth have been identified and attributed to one or another form of capital, broadly defined. Suppose that altogether there are n capital goods. The stock of capital of type i (1 £ i <^ n) in existence at time t is denoted K.(t) and 5 its net investment flow is I.(t) = K.(t). From what has previously been said, the… (More)

- P A Samuelson
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1971

Because the outcomes of repeated investments or gambles involve products of variables, authorities have repeatedly been tempted to the belief that, in a long sequence, maximization of the expected value of terminal utility can be achieved or well-approximated by a strategy of maximizing at each stage the geometric mean of outcome (or its equivalent, the… (More)

- P A Samuelson
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1989

Maximizing expected utility over a lifetime leads one who has constant relative risk aversion and faces random-walk securities returns to be "myopic" and hold the same fraction of portfolio in equities early and late in life--a defiance of folk wisdom and casual introspection. By assuming one needs to assure at retirement a minimum ("subsistence") level of… (More)

In the past fifteen years, an extraordinary development has occurred in economies throughout the world: inflation has fallen dramatically in many industrialised as well as emerging-market countries, to the point where many of them have reached what might arguably be called price stability. Why did this happen and how did policy-makers achieve this feat?… (More)

- P A Samuelson
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1970

Just as simple harmonic motion, definable by a variational condition, delta [unk] ((1/2) x(2) - (1/2) x(2)) dt = 0, has motions which must conserve the sum of kinetic and potential energies, (1/2) x(2) + (1/2)x(2) congruent with constant, so in a neoclassical von Neumann economy, where all output is saved to provide capital formation for the system's… (More)