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The REStud Tour (formerly known as Review of Economic Studies May Meetings) has been held annually in May since 1989. Every year, in line with the Review’s tradition of encouraging the work of young economists, some of the most promising graduating doctoral students in economics and finance in the world are selected to present their research to audiences in Europe. The meetings take place at the economics departments or institutes of three or four universities across Europe. Standard seminar presentations are given over two days to audiences invited by the local hosts and which include members of the journal’s editorial board.
Since 2021, the Review of Economic Studies has also sponsored a tour of North American universities by promising graduating doctoral students from European universities.
A list of Tour participants up to and including 2021 is available here.
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Recently published in REStud, ``Exploiting Growth Opportunities: The Role of Internal Labor Markets'', from Cestone, Fumagalli, Kramarz and Pica:
``Can indirect taxes help reduce inequality in developing countries?
Accounting for the informal sector makes consumption taxes progressive, but widespread tax exemptions on necessity goods (food) regressive.''
From @pierrebachas, @LucieGadenne & Jensen:
Recently published in REStud, ``Fixed Effects and the Generalized Mundlak Estimator'',
From @ArkhangelskyD and @guido_imbens:
Recently published in REStud, ``Evaluating the accuracy of counterfactuals: Heterogeneous survival expectations in a life cycle model'', from De Bresser @Netspar @TilburgU: