Wake Forest University

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    The Long-Run Relationship Between Inflation And The Markup In The U.S.

    This paper examines the long-run relationship between inflation and a new measure of the price-marginal cost markup. This new markup index is derived while accounting for labor adjustment costs, which a large number of the papers that estimate the markup have ignored. The authors then examine the long-run relationship between...

    Provided By Wake Forest University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Towards Optimal Firewall Rule Ordering Utilizing Directed Acyclical Graphs

    Firewalls enforce a security policy by inspecting packets arriving or departing a network. This is often accomplished by sequentially comparing the policy rules with the header of an arriving packet until the first match is found. This process becomes time consuming as policies become larger and more complex. Therefore determining...

    Provided By Wake Forest University

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Towards Optimal Firewall Rule Ordering Utilizing Directed Acyclical Graphs

    Firewalls enforce a security policy by inspecting packets arriving or departing a network. This is often accomplished by sequentially comparing the policy rules with the header of an arriving packet until the first match is found. This process becomes time consuming as policies become larger and more complex. Therefore determining...

    Provided By Wake Forest University

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    The Long-Run Relationship Between Inflation And The Markup In The U.S.

    This paper examines the long-run relationship between inflation and a new measure of the price-marginal cost markup. This new markup index is derived while accounting for labor adjustment costs, which a large number of the papers that estimate the markup have ignored. The authors then examine the long-run relationship between...

    Provided By Wake Forest University