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00/129: Can Fiscal Decentralization Strengthen Social Capital? Luiz de Mello

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00/136: What Should Macroeconomists Know About Health Care Policy—A Primer, William Hsiao

00/137: Wage Flexibility and Economic Performance—Evidence Across Industrial Countries, Magda Kandil

00/138: The Facts About Time-To-Build, Petya Koeva

00/139: Reforming Pensions—Myths, Truths, and Policy Choices, Nicholas Barr

00/140: Selected Issues Concerning Monetary Policy and Institutional Design for Central Banks—A Review of Theories, Christian Beddies

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00/142: Domestic Competition, Cyclical Fluctuations, and Long-Run Growth in Hong Kong SAR, Eric Zitzewitz

00/143: Predictable Movements in Yen/DM Exchange Rates, Carlo Cottarelli

00/144: Filtering the BEER—A Permanent and Transitory Decomposition, Peter B. Clark and Ronald MacDonald

00/145: Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Banking Soundness and Recent Lessons, Paulo Drummond

00/146: Determinants of Dollarization—The Banking Side, Marco Terrones and Luis Catao

00/147: The Benefits and Costs of Intervening in Banking Crises, Edward Frydy and Marc Quintyn

00/148: How Does U.S. Monetary Policy Influence Economic Conditions in Emerging Markets? Vivek B. Arora and Martin Cerisola

00/149: The Case Against Harry Dexter White: Still Not Proven, James M. Boughton

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