Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this August:
- WP014: Entrepôt: Hubs, Scale, and Trade Costs from Sharat Ganapati, Woan Foong Wong, and Oren Ziv
- WP015: The Great Transition: Kuznets Facts for Family-Economists from Jeremy Greenwood, Nezih Guner, and Ricardo Marto
- WP016: Labor Market Power, Self-Employment, and Development from Francesco Amodio, Pamela Medina, and Monica Morlacco
- WP017: Allocation of Female Talent and Cross-Country Productivity Differences from Munseob Lee
- WP018: Uneven Product Diversification: Explaining the Lag of Agricultural Economies from Guzmán Ourens
- WP019: Dynamic Spatial General Equilibrium from Benny Kleinman, Ernest Liu, and Stephen J. Redding
- WP020: State Employment as a Strategy of Autocratic Control in China from Jaya Y. Wen
- WP021: Heterogeneous Paths of Industrialization from Federico Huneeus and Richard Rogerson
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