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JCU Authors Bibliography

Mary Merva


Merva, Mary, and Simona Costagli. 2024. “Measuring Information as an Expanding Resource: Information Production and Its TFP-Information Absorption Ecosystem ‘Multiplier.’” Telecommunications Policy, June, 102807.

Merva, Mary, Adrian Stoian, and Simona Costagli. 2021. “Effective Information, Political Structure and Economic Growth.Economics of Transition and Institutional Change 29 (4): 597–620.

Merva, Mary. 2017. “Achieving Diversity and Excellence without the US Infrastructure.” In American Universities Abroad: The Leadership of Independent Transnational Higher Education Institutions, edited by Ted Purinton and Jennifer Skaggs, 169–78.

Merva, Mary. 2014. “Risultati dell’istruzione superiore delle donne negli Stati Uniti e in Italia e l’insegnamento come professione.” In Atti del Convegno Donna è…: 5-6 marzo 2014, Auditorium Parco della musica, Sala Sinopoli, Roma, 171–175. Rome: Rai Eri.

Merva, Mary. 2003. “Grades as Incentives: A Quantitative Assessment with Implications for Study Abroad Programs.” Journal of Studies in International Education 7 (2): 149–56. doi:10.1177/1028315303007002003.

Merva, Mary, and Richard Fowles. 2000. “Economic Outcomes and Mental Health.” In Back to Shared Prosperity: The Growing Inequality of Wealth and Income in America, edited by Ray Marshall, 69-75. New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Fowles, Richard, and Mary Merva. 1996. “Wage Inequality and Criminal Activity: An Extreme Bounds Analysis for the United States, 1975–1990.” Criminology 34 (2): 163–82. doi:10.1111/j.1745-9125.1996.tb01201.x.

Merva, Mary. 1992. “Unbalanced Growth Dynamics: Implications for Secular Wage Behavior.” Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 14 (2): 151–168.

Merva, Mary, and Richard Fowles. 1992. “Effects of Diminished Economic Opportunities on Social Stress: Heart Attacks, Strokes, and Crime.” Briefing Paper #34B. Economic Policy Institute. 

Dutta, M., and Mary Merva. 1990. “US–China Joint Ventures: An Economic Appraisal.” Research in Asian Economic Studies 2: 171–196.