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The Recovery Of The Aviation Industry: The Aviation Security Challenge, Editor Nov 2002

The Recovery Of The Aviation Industry: The Aviation Security Challenge, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article is based on a presentation made to the SAE 2002 World Aviation Congress on November 6, 2002 by the IBPP Editor. The article’s focus is on how representatives of the aviation industry need to think about aviation security to facilitate the industry’s economic recovery.


Trends. Zero-Sum Games And Terrorism: Israeli And Palestinian Contestants, Editor Apr 2002

Trends. Zero-Sum Games And Terrorism: Israeli And Palestinian Contestants, Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

The construct of the zero-sum game has several denotations in the political psychological literature on conflict.


Five-Hundred Life-Saving Interventions And Their Misuse In The Debate Over Regulatory Reform, Lisa Heinzerling Mar 2002

Five-Hundred Life-Saving Interventions And Their Misuse In The Debate Over Regulatory Reform, Lisa Heinzerling

RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)

The author argues that John D. Graham, administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, holds strong anti-environmental biases and has perpetuated and encouraged a misrepresentation of his own research, which has largely influenced health, safety, and environmental regulation.


Investing In The Arts: Financial And Aesthetic Returns To Prints, Adam Finkelstein Jan 2002

Investing In The Arts: Financial And Aesthetic Returns To Prints, Adam Finkelstein

University Avenue Undergraduate Journal of Economics

This paper will revisit the economic question “is buying art profitable?” facing any potential investor by focusing specifically on the market for prints. The answer will account for both pecuniary and aesthetic benefits. Previous inquiry into the returns of investments in art and their methodologies is first reviewed. Then a framework for measuring utility from prints from market-observed leasing prices is described. Various price indexes for returns to Picasso and Chagall prints are compiled for the years 1977 to 1997 using a market basket technique. The indexes are then combined with the utility framework. Real and nominal returns to prints ...