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December 2006

Lambert, Thomas and Meyer, Peter (2006): Ex-urban sprawl as a factor in traffic fatalities and EMS response times in the southeastern United States. Published in: Journal of Economic Issues , Vol. 40, No. 4 : pp. 941-953.

December 2008

Lambert, Thomas and Meyer, Peter (2008): New and fringe residential development and emergency medical services response times in the United States. Published in: STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVIEW , Vol. 40, No. Issue 2 : pp. 115-124.

December 2010

Lambert, Thomas and Srinivasan, Arun and Dufrene, Uric and Min, Hokey (2010): Urban Location and the Success of Casinos in Five States: A Data Envelopment Analysis Approach. Published in:

2 May 2012

Lambert, Thomas and Kwon, Eundak (2012): Analyzing top US income shares: earned or extracted?

24 April 2013

Min, Hokey and Lambert, Thomas (2013): An Exploratory Evaluation of State Road Provision to Commuters and Shippers using Data Envelopment Analysis and Tobit Regression.

10 September 2013

Lambert, Thomas and Kwon, Ed (2013): The Top One Percent and Exploitation Measures. Published in: Review of Radical Political Economics (24 July 2015)

4 December 2013

Lambert, Thomas and Catchen, James (2013): The Impact of Urban Sprawl on Disaster Relief Spending: An Exploratory Study.

22 September 2014

Lambert, Thomas and Kwon, Ed (2014): Monopoly Capital and Capitalist Inefficiency. Published in: International Review of Appplied Economics (2015)


Srinivasan, Arun and Lambert, Thomas (2015): The Impact of Stagnating Casino Revenues on State and Local Tax Receipts.

January 2016

Lambert, Thomas (2016): Monopoly Capital and Capitalist Inequality: Marx after Piketty.

16 February 2016

Lambert, Thomas and Mattson, Gary and Dorriere, Kyle (2016): Industry Clustering and Unemployment in US Regions: An Exploratory Note.

14 June 2016

Lambert, Thomas (2016): Monopoly Capital and Capitalist Management: Too Many Managers?

29 October 2016

Lambert, Thomas (2016): US Worker Co-Operatives and Their Spans of Management, Decision Making, and Governance: An Exploratory Analysis.

4 January 2017

Lambert, Thomas (2017): Monopoly Capital and Entrepreneurism: Whither Small Business?

April 2018

Lambert, Thomas (2018): Big Business and Management: Too Many Bosses and Too Much Pay?

13 October 2018

Lambert, Thomas (2018): Monopoly Capital and Innovation: An Exploratory Assessment of R&D Effectiveness.

5 March 2019

Lambert, Thomas (2019): Rationality and Capitalist Schooling.

29 October 2019

Lambert, Thomas (2019): Game of Thrones or Game of Class Struggle? Revisiting the Demise of Feudalism and the Dobb-Sweezy Debate.

December 2019

Lambert, Thomas and Velardo, Tristan (2019): Schumpeter, the Banking System, and Innovation: Small versus Big Business.

17 December 2019

Lambert, Thomas (2019): Short Term versus Long Term Effects of the Louisville Enterprise Zone Incentives: A Response to Zhang.

20 December 2019

Lambert, Thomas (2019): Bankers as Immoral? The Parallels between Aquinas’s Views on Usury and Marxian Views of Banking and Credit.

16 March 2020

Lambert, Thomas (2020): Paul Baran’s Economic Surplus Concept, the Baran Ratio, and the Decline of Feudalism.

17 April 2020

Losey, Robert and Lambert, Thomas (2020): Pricing Stallion Seasons for an Individual Stallion: The Existence of Top Tier Pricing and Market Power.

27 June 2020

Lambert, Thomas (2020): Investment Expenditures and the Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism.

21 May 2021

Lambert, Thomas (2021): Byzantine Economic Growth: Did Climate Change Play a Role?

30 June 2021

Lambert, Thomas (2021): US Gambling Stagnation: Will New Gambling Forms Make a Difference?

6 August 2021

Lambert, Thomas (2021): Conjectures of English and UK Economic Surplus, Investment, Tax Revenues and Deficit Amounts from the 13th to the 19th Century.

1 September 2021

Lambert, Thomas (2021): The Baran Ratio, Investment, and British Economic Growth and Investment.

3 May 2022

Lambert, Thomas (2022): An Evaluation of Churchill Downs’ Tax Increment Financing District.

5 August 2022

Lambert, Thomas (2022): The Great Resignation, Unemployment, and Underemployment in the US: A Study of Labor Market Segmentation.

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