In 1994 the Institute launched a series of working papers. The series is intended to convey the preliminary results of our ongoing research. The research described in these papers is preliminary and has not gone through the usual review process for Institute publications. The views expressed in these papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the individual members of the Institute's Board or Advisory Committee. We welcome feedback from readers and encourage you to convey your comments and criticisms directly to the authors.
The Rise of Emerging Asia: Regional Peace and Global Security
by Miles Kahler, University of California, San Diego
Does High Home-Ownership Impair the Labor Market?
by David G. Blanchflower, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Andrew J. Oswald, University of Warwick
The Elephant Hiding in the Room: Currency Intervention and Trade Imbalances
by Joseph E. Gagnon, Peterson Institute for International Economics
The Importance of Trade and Capital Imbalances in the European Debt Crisis
by Andrew Hughes Hallett, George Mason University
and Juan Carlos Martinez Oliva, Peterson Institute for International Economics