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The Review of Economic Studies is one of the most highly respected academic journals in the field of economics. It is known for publishing leading research in all areas of economics, from microeconomics to macroeconomics. The journal is published by the Oxford University Press.
Kory Kroft, Jean-William P. Laliberté, René Lael-Vizcaíno, and Matthew J. Notowidigdo
This paper studies commodity taxation in a model featuring heterogeneous consumers, imperfect competition, and tax salience. We derive new formulas for the incidence and marginal excess burden of commodity taxation highlighting interactions between tax salience and market structure.
William Jack, Michael Kremer, Joost de Laat, and Tavneet Suri
We study the potential for asset collateralization to expand access to credit in rural Kenya. Increasing the share of a loan for a durable agricultural asset that is collateralized by the physical asset itself (from zero to 96%) while reducing the share backed by financial assets increases loan take-up considerably, with only a very limited impact on repayment behavior and the lender’s profitability.
This paper revisits the link between electrification and the rise in female labor force participation (LFP), and presents theoretical and empirical evidence showing that electrification triggered a rise in female LFP by increasing market opportunities for skilled women.
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Recently published in REStud, ``Information Spillovers and Sovereign Debt: Theory Meets the Eurozone Crisis.''
From Cole, Neuhann (@dneuhann) and Ordonez:
🚨 #PublicationAlert: "Granular Search, Market Structure, and Wages", by Project Leader @nimczik, Gregor Jarosch and Isaac Sorkin has recently been accepted for publication at @RevEconStudies. 🧵 1/3
Recently accepted to REStud, ``Estimating Equilibrium in Health Insurance Exchanges: Price Competition and Subsidy Design under the ACA,'' from Pietro Tebaldi:
Socio-emotional skills training in primary school boosts educational careers. To find out more, check out this new paper from @giu_sorrenti, @uZoelitz, @denis_ribeaud and Eisner (@zproso, @JacobscenterUZH):