Global Development and Trade
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- Jha, Saumitra, Moses Shayo, and Chagai Weiss. “Financial Market Exposure Increases Generalized Trust, Particularly Among the Politically Polarized”.
- Bursztyn, Leonardo, Alexander Cappelen, Bertil Tungodden, Alessandra Voena, and David Yanagizawa-Drott. “How Are Gender Norms Perceived?”.
- Coppola, Antonio, Arvind Krishnamurthy, and Chenzi Xu. “Liquidity, Debt Denomination, and Currency Dominance”.
- Clayton, Christopher, Antonio Coppola, Amanda Dos Santos, Matteo Maggiori, and Jesse Schreger. “China in Tax Havens”.
- Gust, Sarah, Ludger Woessmann, and Eric Hanushek. “Global Universal Basic Skills: Current Deficits and Implications for World Development”.
- Brodeur, Abel, Nikolai Cook, Jonathan Hartley, and Anthony Heyes. “Do Pre-Registration and Pre-Analysis Plans Reduce P-Hacking and Publication Bias?”.
- Clayton, Christopher, Amanda Dos Santos, Matteo Maggiori, and Jesse Schreger. “Internationalizing Like China”.
- Aggarwal, Rishabh, Adrien Auclert, Matthew Rognlie, and Ludwig Straub. “Excess Savings and Twin Deficits: The Transmission of Fiscal Stimulus in Open Economies”.
- Bloom, Nicholas, Leonardo Iacovone, Mariana Pereira-Lopez, and John Reenen. “Management and Misallocation in Mexico”.
- Cao, Shengmao, Lisa Yi, and Chuan Yu. “Competitive Bidding in Drug Procurement: Evidence from China”.
- Cao, Shengmao, and Chirantan Chatterjee. “Equilibrium Effects of Pharmaceutical Bundling: Evidence from India”.
- Otero, Sebastián, Nano Barahona, and Cauê Dobbin. “Affirmative Action in Centralized College Admission Systems: Evidence from Brazil ”.
- Atal, Juan Pablo, José Ignacio Cuesta, Felipe González, and Cristobal Otero. “The Economics of the Public Option: Evidence from Local Pharmaceutical Markets”.
- Keniston, Daniel, Bradley Larsen, Shengwu Li, J.J. Prescott, Bernardo Silveira, and Chuan Yu. “Fairness in Incomplete Information Bargaining: Theory and Widespread Evidence from the Field”.
- Banerjee, Abhijit, Arun Chandrasekhar, Suresh Dalpath, Esther Duflo, John Floretta, Matthew Jackson, Harini Kannan, Francine Loza, Anirudh Sankar, Anna Schrimpf, and Maheshwor Shrestha. “Selecting the Most Effective Nudge: Evidence from a Large-Scale Experiment on Immunization”.