The Journal of Economic Perspectives Winter 2018 Volume 32, Number 1 The Journal of Economic Perspectives The Journal of Winter 2018, Volume 32, Number 1 Economic Perspectives Symposia Housing Edward Glaeser and Joseph Gyourko, “The Economic Implications of Housing Supply” Laurie S. Goodman and Christopher Mayer, “Homeownership and the American Dream” Gabriel Metcalf, “Sand Castles Before the Tide? Affordable Housing in Expensive Cities” Friedman’s Natural Rate Hypothesis after 50 Years A journal of the N. Gregory Mankiw and Ricardo Reis, “Friedman’s Presidential Address in the American Economic Association Evolution of Macroeconomic Thought” Olivier Blanchard, “Should We Reject the Natural Rate Hypothesis?” Robert E. Hall and Thomas J. Sargent, “Short-Run and Long-Run Effects of Milton Friedman’s Presidential Address” Articles Martin Lettau and Ananth Madhavan, “Exchange-Traded Funds 101 for Economists” Benjamin Handel and Joshua Schwartzstein, “Frictions or Mental Gaps: What’s Behind the Information We (Don’t) Use and When Do We Care?” Jonathan Brogaard, Joseph Engelberg, and Edward Van Wesep, “Do Economists Swing for the Fences after Tenure?” Features Johannes A. Schwarzer, “Retrospectives: Cost-Push and Demand-Pull Ination: Milton Friedman and the ‘Cruel Dilemma’” Recommendations for Further Reading Winter 2018 The American Economic Association The Journal of Correspondence relating to advertising, busi- Founded
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