CEPR Discussion Papers 30 April 2017

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

 

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Title

Author(s)

Pgm

Abstract

Model Uncertainty in Macroeconomics: On the Implications of Financial Frictions

Michael Binder
Philipp Lieberknecht
Jorge Quintana
Volker Wieland

MEF

DP12013


Decentralization and Efficiency of Subsidy Targeting: Evidence from Chiefs in Rural Malawi

Pia Basurto
Pascaline Dupas
Jonathan Robinson

DE

DP12012


Monetary Policy at Work: Security and Credit Application Registers Evidence

José Luis Peydró
Andrea Polo
Enrico Sette

FE

DP12011


Are Mutual Fund Managers Paid For Investment Skill?

Marcus Ibert
Ron Kaniel
Stijn van Nieuwerburgh
Roine Vestman

FE

DP12010


Bank sectoral concentration and (systemic) risk: Evidence from a worldwide sample of banks

Thorsten Beck
Olivier De Jonghe
Klaas Mulier

FE

DP12009


How post-crisis regulation has affected bank CEO compensation

Vittoria Cerasi
Sebastian Deininger
Leonardo Gambacorta
Tommaso Oliviero

FE

DP12008


Are risk-based capital requirements detrimental to corporate lending? Evidence from Europe

Brunella Bruno
Giacomo Nocera
Andrea Cesare Resti

FE

DP12007


Suitable or non-suitable? An investigation of Eurozone SME access to market-based finance

Paola Bongini
Annalisa Ferrando
Emanuele Rossi
Monica Rossolini

FE

DP12006


Whatever it takes: The Real Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy

Viral V Acharya
Tim Eisert
Christian Eufinger
Christian Hirsch

FE

DP12005


From Start-up to Scale-up: Examining Public Policies for the Financing of High-Growth Ventures

Gilles Durufle
Thomas F Hellmann
Karen Wilson

FE

DP12004


Financial frictions and corporate investment in bad times. Who cut back most?

Brunella Bruno
Alexandra D'Onofrio
Immacolata Marino

FE

DP12003


Determinants of bank lending in Europe and the United States: Evidence from crisis and post-crisis years

Brunella Bruno
Alexandra D'Onofrio
Immacolata Marino

FE

DP12002


Who gets the urban surplus?

Paul Collier
Anthony J Venables

IT

DP12001


On the Joint Evolution of Culture and Institutions

Alberto Bisin
Thierry Verdier

DE
EH
MG
PE

DP12000


Unreal Wages? Real Income and Economic Growth in England, 1260-1850

Jane Humphries
Jacob Weisdorf

EH

DP11999


U.S. municipal yields and unfunded state pension liabilities

Roel Beetsma
Zina Lekniute
Eduard Ponds

IMF

DP11998


Dissecting US recoveries

Maria Dolores Gadea Rivas
Ana Gómez Loscos
Gabriel Pérez-Quirós

MEF

DP11997


Moving On Up for High School Graduates in Russia: The Consequences of the Uni
ed State Exam Reform

Marco Francesconi
Fabian Slonimczyk
Anna Yurko

LE

DP11996


What Drives Differences in Management?

Nicholas Bloom
erik Brynjolfsson
Lucia Foster
Ron Jarmin
Megha Patnaik
Itay Saporta-Eksten
John Van Reenen

LE

DP11995

Cities, Towns, and Poverty: Migration Equilibrium and Income Distribution in a Todaro-type Model with Multiple Destinations

Luc Christiaensen
Joachim De Weerdt
Ravi Kanbur

DE

DP11994


Canary in a Coalmine: Securities Lending Predicting the Performance of Securitized Bonds

Elisabeth Kempf
Alberto Manconi
Massimo Massa

FE

DP11993


Corporate Bond Guarantees and The Value of Financial Flexibility

Michela Altieri
Alberto Manconi
Massimo Massa

FE

DP11992


Much Ado About Nothing: Is the Market Affected by Political Bias?

Mancy Luo
Alberto Manconi
Massimo Massa

FE

DP11991


Inefficient Globalization of Finance: Evidence from Marketing-Oriented Overseas Expansions of Low-Skilled Mutual Fund Families

Si Cheng
Massimo Massa
Hong Zhang

FE

DP11990