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Toward Characterization Of The Type IIP Supernova Progenitor Population: A Statistical Sample Of Light Curves From Pan-STARRS1
In recent years, wide-field sky surveys providing deep multiband imaging have presented a new path for indirectly characterizing the progenitor populations of core-collapse supernovae (SNe):Expand
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The East Asian Dollar Standard, Life After Death?
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Synchronized Business Cycles in East Asia and Fluctuations in the Yen/Dollar Exchange Rate
Because many authors have proposed stimulating the ailing Japanese economy by monetary expansion and yen depreciation, we explore the repercussions of depreciating the yen against the dollar on theExpand
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Exchange Rates under the East Asian Dollar Standard: Living with Conflicted Virtue
The increasingly integrated economies of East Asia—China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand—face the dilemma of how to achieveExpand
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How to Manage a Repressed Economy
Chile from 1974 to the present is one of the few recent examples of a sustained economic liberalisation; fiscal, exchange-rate and monetary policies were manipulated more or less correctly (with theExpand
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Trapped by the international dollar standard
In 2004, the world economy showed robust economic growth. Among the industrial countries, the United States led the way with annual growth of about 3.7 percent. Among developing countries, ChinaExpand
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Financial Liberalization and Economic Development: A Reassessment of Interest-Rate Policies in Asia and Latin America
When governments tax and otherwise distort their domestic capital markets, the economy is said to be financially 'repressed'.2 Usury restrictions oninter est rates, heavy reserve requirements on bankExpand
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Transformation by human adenoviruses
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EMU as a Device for Collective Fiscal Retrenchment
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