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2006, “Disease and Development: The Effect of Life Expectancy on Economic Growth,” working paper
 Journal of Political Economy
, 2006
"... What is the effect of increasing life expectancy on economic growth? To answer this question, we exploit the international epidemiological transition, the wave of international health innovations and improvements that began in the 1940s. We obtain estimates of mortality by disease before the 1940s f ..."
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leads to an increase in population of about 1.5%. Life expectancy has a much smaller effect on total GDP both initially and over a 40year horizon, however. Consequently, there is no evidence that the large exogenous increase in life expectancy led to a significant increase in per capita economic growth
Dynamic Nonmyopic Portfolio Behavior
 Review of Financial Studies
, 1996
"... The dynamic nonmyopic portfolio behavior of an investor who trades a riskfree and risky asset is derived for all HARA utility functions and a stochastic risk premium. Conditions are found for when the investor holds more or less than the myopic amount of the risky asset; hedges against or speculate ..."
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The dynamic nonmyopic portfolio behavior of an investor who trades a riskfree and risky asset is derived for all HARA utility functions and a stochastic risk premium. Conditions are found for when the investor holds more or less than the myopic amount of the risky asset; hedges against
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"... Kugo–Ojima color confinement criterion and GribovZwanziger horizon condition ..."
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Kugo–Ojima color confinement criterion and GribovZwanziger horizon condition
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"... Kugo–Ojima color confinement criterion and GribovZwanziger horizon condition ..."
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Kugo–Ojima color confinement criterion and GribovZwanziger horizon condition
Optimal control of execution costs
 JOURNAL OF FINANCIAL MARKETS 1 (1998) 1—50
, 1998
"... We derive dynamic optimal trading strategies that minimize the expected cost of trading a large block of equity over a fixed time horizon. Specifically, given a fixed block SM of shares to be executed within a fixed finite number of periods , and given a priceimpact function that yields the executi ..."
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We derive dynamic optimal trading strategies that minimize the expected cost of trading a large block of equity over a fixed time horizon. Specifically, given a fixed block SM of shares to be executed within a fixed finite number of periods , and given a priceimpact function that yields
On the transversality condition in infinite horizon optimal problems
 Econometrica
, 1982
"... We prove that for the standard linearquadratic optimal control problems with infinite horizon, the zero limit for the costate variable when time goes to infinity is a sufficient transversality condition. A class of optimal control problems for which this condition is also sufficient is given. Pre ..."
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We prove that for the standard linearquadratic optimal control problems with infinite horizon, the zero limit for the costate variable when time goes to infinity is a sufficient transversality condition. A class of optimal control problems for which this condition is also sufficient is given
Black holes and critical points in moduli space, Nucl. Phys. B500
, 1997
"... We study the stabilization of scalars near a supersymmetric black hole horizon using the equation of motion of a particle moving in a potential and background metric. When the relevant 4dimensional theory is described by special geometry, the generic properties of the critical points of this potent ..."
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We study the stabilization of scalars near a supersymmetric black hole horizon using the equation of motion of a particle moving in a potential and background metric. When the relevant 4dimensional theory is described by special geometry, the generic properties of the critical points
Learning About Monetary Policy Rules when LongHorizon Expectations
 Matter,International Journal of Central Banking
, 2005
"... This paper considers the implications of an important source of model misspecification for the design of monetary policy rules: the assumed manner of expectations formation. In the model considered here, private agents seek to maximize their objectives subject to standard constraints and the restric ..."
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and the restriction of using an econometric model to make inferences about future uncertainty. Because agents solve a multiperiod decision problem, their actions depend on forecasts of macroeconomic conditions many periods into the future, unlike the analysis of Bullard and Mitra (2002) and Evans and Honkapohja
Isolated Horizons: Hamiltonian Evolution and the First
 Isolated Horizons: Hamiltonian Evolution and the First Law”, (2000), [Online Los Alamos Archive Preprint]: cited on May 18
, 2000
"... A framework was recently introduced to generalize black hole mechanics by replacing stationary event horizons with isolated horizons. That framework is significantly extended. The extension is nontrivial in that not only do the boundary conditions now allow the horizon to be distorted and rotating, ..."
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A framework was recently introduced to generalize black hole mechanics by replacing stationary event horizons with isolated horizons. That framework is significantly extended. The extension is nontrivial in that not only do the boundary conditions now allow the horizon to be distorted and rotating
Horizon Boundary Condition for Black Hole Spacetimes
, 1995
"... It was recently shown that spacetime singularities in numerical relativity could be avoided by excising a region inside the apparent horizon in numerical evolutions. In this paper we report on the details of the implementation of this scheme. The scheme is based on using (1) a horizon locking coordi ..."
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coordinate which locks the coordinate system to the geometry, and (2) a finite differencing scheme which respects the causal structure of the spacetime. We show that the horizon locking coordinate can be affected by a number of shift conditions, such as a "distance freezing" shift, an "
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