Links to Working and Published Papers
by Martha Olney


"Forging On-Campus Connections to Enhance Undergraduate Student Reasoning, Writing, and Research Skills" (joint with Belinda Archibong, Barnard College, Harrison Dekker, University of Rhode Island, Nathan Grawe, Carleton College, Carol Rutz, Carleton College, and David Weiman, Barnard College; this version, May 2017). Forthcoming, Journal of Economic Education
 
"The Rise of Services, Deindustrialization, and the Length of Economic Recovery"  (joint with Aaron Pacitti, Siena College, this version: April 2017).  Forthcoming, Economic Inquiry

"Explaining 'In the Aggregate' Concepts with Clickers" Journal of Economics Teaching 1:2 (2016), accessible at http://downloads.journalofeconomicsteaching.org/1/2/2-1.pdf.

"The Undergraduate Origins of Ph.D. Economists: The Berkeley Experience" Journal of Economic Education 46 (April 2015): 174-188. Accessible at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00220485.2015.1015189

“From Skip to Hapless Victim:  Interwar Changes in the Cost of Default”
  mimeo (February 2012)

(In between, a decade of textbook writing. . . )

Avoiding Default:  The Role of Credit in the Consumption Collapse of 1930.”  Quarterly Journal of Economics 114 (February 1999): 319-35.

When Your Word Is Not Enough:  Race, Collateral, and Household Credit.” Journal of Economic History 58 (June 1998): 408-31.



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