Robert Hall
Robert Hall
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
TitleCited byYear
Why do some countries produce so much more output per worker than others?
RE Hall, CI Jones
The quarterly journal of economics 114 (1), 83-116, 1999
105091999
Stochastic implications of the life cycle-permanent income hypothesis: theory and evidence
RE Hall
Journal of political economy 86 (6), 971-987, 1978
45461978
Productivity and the density of economic activity
A Ciccone, RE Hall
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1993
33591993
Estimation and inference in nonlinear structural models
ER Berndt, BH Hall, RE Hall, JA Hausman
Annals of Economic and Social Measurement, Volume 3, number 4, 653-665, 1974
32481974
Intertemporal substitution in consumption
RE Hall
Journal of political economy 96 (2), 339-357, 1988
25481988
Tax policy and investment behavior
RE Hall, DW Jorgenson
The American Economic Review 57 (3), 391-414, 1967
23451967
The relation between price and marginal cost in US industry
RE Hall
Journal of political Economy 96 (5), 921-947, 1988
22291988
Employment fluctuations with equilibrium wage stickiness
RE Hall
American economic review 95 (1), 50-65, 2005
14932005
The sensitivity of consumption to transitory income: estimates from panel data on households
RE Hall, FS Mishkin
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 1980
12891980
The flat tax
RE Hall, A Rabushka
Hoover Press, 2013
10102013
Invariance properties of Solow's productivity residual
RE Hall
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1989
8631989
The value of life and the rise in health spending
RE Hall, CI Jones
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 122 (1), 39-72, 2007
8482007
The limited influence of unemployment on the wage bargain
RE Hall, PR Milgrom
American economic review 98 (4), 1653-74, 2008
7632008
The importance of lifetime jobs in the US economy
RE Hall
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 1980
7091980
By how much does GDP rise if the government buys more output?
RE Hall
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2009
6652009
Market structure and macroeconomic fluctuations
RE Hall, OJ Blanchard, RG Hubbard
Brookings papers on economic activity 1986 (2), 285-338, 1986
6631986
The stock market and capital accumulation
RE Hall
American Economic Review 91 (5), 1185-1202, 2001
6212001
A reconsideration of investment behavior using tax reforms as natural experiments
JG Cummins, KA Hassett, RG Hubbard, RE Hall, RJ Caballero
Brookings papers on economic activity 1994 (2), 1-74, 1994
5451994
The vision of a smart city
RE Hall, B Bowerman, J Braverman, J Taylor, H Todosow, ...
Brookhaven National Lab., Upton, NY (US), 2000
4932000
Turnover in the labor force
RE Hall, A Gordon, C Holt
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1972 (3), 709-764, 1972
4321972
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