Francisca Antman 

Francisca Antman

 

  • “The Long-Run Impacts of Mexican-American School Desegregation,” (with Kalena E. Cortes), Journal of Economic Literature, forthcoming.
  • "For Want of a Cup: The Rise of Tea in England and the Impact of Water Quality on Mortality," Review of Economics and Statistics, 2022.
  • “Multi-Dimensional Identities of the Hispanic Population in the United States.”  Accepted, Economic Policy Institute Program on Race, "Ethnicity and the Economy Antiracist Research and Policy Handbook."
  • De Facto Immigration Enforcement, ICE Raid Awareness, and Worker Engagement” (with Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes). Economic Inquiry, 60(1): 373-91.  January 2022.

Tania Barham 

Tania Barham

 

  • "Thirty Five Years Later: Long-Term Effects of the Matlab Maternal and Child Health/Family Planning Program on Older Women’s Well-Being," (With Brachel Champion, Andrew D. Foster, Jena D. Hamadani, Warren C. Jochem, Gisella Kagy, Randall Kuhn, Jane Menken, Abdur Razzaque, Elisabeth Dowling Root, and Patrick S. Turner) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, July 2021.

Brian Cadena 

Brian Cadena

 


Jeronimo Carballo 

Jeronimo Carballo

 


Yongmin Chen 

Yongmin Chen

 


Jonathan Hughes 

Jonathan Hughes

 

  • “Decline in traffic congestion increased accident severity in the wake of COVID-19.”  (with Daniel Kaffine and Leah Kaffine) Transportation Research Record, forthcoming.
  • "The Value of Rarity: Evidence from a Collectible Good," Journal of Industrial Economics, 70(1), pp. 147-167.  March 2022.
  • “Food vs. Fuel? Impacts of petroleum shipments on agricultural prices” (with James Bushnell and Aaron Smith)   Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 9(1), pp. 79-112. January 2022.

Murat Iyigun 

Murat Iyigun

 


Taylor Jaworski 

Taylor Jaworski

 


Daniel Kaffine 

Daniel Kaffine

 


Wolfgang Keller 

Wolfgang Keller

 

  • "Globalization, Gender, and the Family," (with Hale Utar) Review of Economic Studies, March 2022.
  • “Capital Markets in China and England, 18th and 19th Century: Evidence from Grain Prices,” (with Carol H. Shiue and Xin Wang) American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 13(3): 31-64, July 2021.
  • “Real International Transactions,” (with Carol H. Shiue) chapter for the Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World, 2 volumes, edited by Steven Broadberry and Kyoji Fukao, Cambridge University Press, 2021.
  • "Knowledge Spillovers, Trade and FDI", Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance, April 2022.
  • “Foreign Trade and Investment,” (with Carol H. Shiue) chapter for the Cambridge Economic History of China, 2 volumes, edited by Debin Ma and Richard von Glahn, Cambridge University Press, February 2022.
  • “International Transactions: Real Trade and Factor Flows”, chapter 17 in the Cambridge Economic History of the Modern World, 1700-1870, edited by Steven Broadberry and Kyoji Fukao, Cambridge University Press, June 24, 2021, Cambridge University Press (with Markus Lampe and Carol H. Shiue).

Jin-Hyuk Kim 

Jin-Hyuk Kim

 

  • "Commitment and Discretion in Contracts: Theory and Evidence from Retirement Plans,"(with Nick Vikander), Scandinavian Journal of Economics, September 2022.
  • “The Role of Information Signals in Determining Crowdfunding Outcomes,” (with Peter Newberry and Calvin Qiu), Journal of Empirical Finance, June 2022.
  • “State versus Federal Wiretap Orders: A Look at the Data,” (with Jason Chan and Liad Wagman), International Review of Law and Economics, June 2022.
  • “Eliminating Digital Rights Management from the E-book Market,” (With Tin Cheuk Leung) Information Economics and Policy, December 2021.

Miles Kimball 

Miles Spencer Kimball

 

  • "Measuring National Well-Being," Journal Finance and Development, December 2021.
  • "The Future of Inflation," Three part series,(with Ruchir Agarwal), Journal Finance and Development, April 2022.
  • "Liquidity Constraints and Precautionary Saving," (with Martin Holm and Christopher Carroll) Journal of Economic Theory, May 2021.

Jennifer Klein 

Jennifer Klein

 

  • "Factors delaying marriage in Korea: an analysis of the Korean population census data for 1990–2010," (with Bun Song Lee, Mark Wohar, and Sangsin Kim) Asian Population Studies, 17(1), 2021.

Xiaodong Liu 

Xiaodong Liu

 

  • “A Structural Model for the Coevolution of Networks and Behavior,” (with Chih-Sheng Hsieh andMichael Kӧnig) The Review of Economics and Statistics, 104, 355-367, 2022.
  • “Estimation of discrete choice network models with missing outcome data”(with Denghui Chen and Hua Kiefer)Regional Science and Urban Economics, Volume 97, 2022.
  • “Who is the Key Player? A Network Analysis of Juvenile Delinquency,”(with Lung-fei Lee, Eleonora Patacchini and Yves Zenou) Journal of Business & Economic Statistics,July 2021.

Carlos Martins-Filho 

Carlos Martins-Filho

 

  • "Robust estimation of additive boundaries with quantile regression and shape constraints," (with Y. Fang, L. Xue and L. Yang) Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 40, 615-628, 2022.
  • "A new estimator of a jump discontinuity in regression," (with S. Xie and F. Yao), Economics Letters,218 article 110711, 2022.
  • "Exploring nonlinearities between investment and internal funds: evidence of the U-shaped investment curve," (with K. Borri and A. Kalatzis), Economics Letters, 218, article 110713, 2022.
  • "Nonparametric estimation of unrestricted distributions and their jumps," (with K. Mynbaev and D. Henderson) Canadian Journal of Statistics, 50, 638-662, 2022.

Adam McCloskey 

Adam McCloskey

 


Terra McKinnish 

Terra McKinnish

 

  • "Male Wage Inequality and Characteristics of 'Early Mover' Marriages," (with Hani Mansour) Journal of Population Economics, forthcoming.
  • "Prevalence of Long Work Hours by Spouse’s Degree Field and the Labor Market Outcomes of Skilled Women,"Industrial and Labor Relations Review 74(4), 2021.

Alessandro Peri 

Alessandro Peri

 


Scott Savage 

Scott Savage

 


Carol H. Shiue 

Carol H. Shiue