CEPR Discussion Papers 30 September 2018
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- DP13212 The Inverted-U Relationship Between Credit Access and Productivity Growth
Author(s): Philippe Aghion, Antonin Bergeaud, Gilbert Cette, Rémy Lecat, Helene Maghin
- DP13211 Inequality as experienced difference: A reformulation of the Gini coefficient
Author(s): Samuel Bowles, Wendy Carlin
- DP13210 Matlab, Python, Julia: What to Choose in Economics?
Author(s): Chase Coleman, Spencer Lyon, Lilia Maliar, Serguei Maliar
- DP13209 Robots, Trade, and Luddism: A Sufficient Statistic Approach to Optimal Technology Regulation
Author(s): Arnaud Costinot, Iván Werning
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- DP13208 The not-so-generalized effects of the Generalized System of Preferences
Author(s): Emanuel Ornelas, Marcos Ritel
- DP13207 Investing in managerial honesty
Author(s): Rajna Gibson, Matthias Sohn, Carmen Tanner, Alexander F Wagner
- DP13206 Stock Price Rewards to Climate Saints and Sinners: Evidence from the Trump Election
Author(s): Stefano Ramelli, Alexander F Wagner, Richard Zeckhauser, Alexandre Ziegler
- DP13205 Risk-Adjusted Capital Allocation and Misallocation
Author(s): Joel David, Lukas Schmid, David Zeke
- DP13204 Government versus Private Ownership of Public Goods: Experimental Evidence
Author(s): David J. Kusterer, Patrick W. Schmitz
- DP13203 Should Straw Polls be Banned?
Author(s): S. Nageeb Ali, Aislinn Bohren
- DP13202 Rare Disasters, Financial Development, and Sovereign Debt
Author(s): Sérgio Rebelo, Neng Wang, Jinqiang Yang
- DP13201 Australian wine industry competitiveness: Why so slow to emerge?
Author(s): Kym Anderson
- DP13200 Learning to Import from Your Peers
Author(s): Marta Bisztray, Miklós Koren, Adam Szeidl
- DP13199 How do Inheritances Shape Wealth Inequality? Theory and Evidence from Sweden
Author(s): Arash Nekoei, David Seim