Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this December:
- WP044: Social Networks, Gender Norms and Women’s Labor Supply: Experimental Evidence Using a Job Search Platform from Farzana Afridi, Amrita Dhillon, Sanchari Roy, and Nikita Sangwan
- WP045: FDI Inflows and Domestic Firms: Adjustments to New Export Opportunities from Brian McCaig, Nina Pavcnik, and Woan Foong Wong
- WP046: Land Property Rights, Financial Frictions, and Resource Allocation in Developing Countries from Kristina Manysheva
- WP047: Occupational Inheritance in Africa from Nicolas Syrichas
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