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ISNI: 
0000 0001 1661 4582
Name: 
Kruthiventi, Anil Kumar
Kumar, A.
Kumar, Anil
Dates: 
fl.2006
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Related names: 
Di, Wenhua
Doble, Mukesh
Dutkowsky, Donald H.
Engelhardt, Gary V.
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas / Economic Research Department
KUMAR, ANIL
Robertson, Raymond
Virmani, Raghav
Titles: 
Biotreatment of industrial effluents
College pays dividends - more so in Texas than U.S.
Did NAFTA spur Texas exports?
Does foreign direct investment help emerging economies?
elasticity of intertemporal substitution: new evidence from 401(k) participation, The
Employer matching and 401 (k) participation: evidence from the health and retirement study
Employer matching and 401(k) saving: Evidence from the health and retirement study
Encyclopaedia of teaching of geography
Globalizing Texas: direct investment and business cycles
Globalizing Texas: exports and high-tech jobs
Labor supply, deadweight loss and tax reform act of 1986: A nonparametric evaluation using panel data
Lifecycle consistent estimation of effect of taxes on female labor supply in the US: evidence from panel data
Money on the table: Some evidence on the role of liquidity constraints in 401(k) saving
Nonparametric conditional density estimation of labour force participation
Nonparametric estimation of the impact of taxes on female labor supply
Purchasing Power Parity and aggregation bias for a developing country: The case of Mexico
repeal of the retirement earnings test and the labor supply of older men, The
Social security personal-account participation with government matching
Spotlight: Texas subprime mortgages: metros vary on risky loans--and delinquencies
Taxes, Deadweight Loss and Intertemporal Female Labor Supply: Evidence from Panel Data
Texas exports : markets grow faster beyond North America
Texas twist: why did state's unemployment fall below nation's?
Who doesn't have health insurance and why
Why Texas feels less subprime stress than U.S.
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