Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this January:
- WP048: The Reversal of the Gender Education Gap with Economic Development from Ying Feng, Jie Ren, and Michelle Rendall
- WP049: Cultural Proximity and Production Networks from Brian Cevallos Fujiy, Gaurav Khanna, and Hiroshi Toma
- WP050: The Who, What, When, and How of Industrial Policy: A Text-Based Approach from Réka Juhász, Nathaniel Lane, Emily Oehlsen, Verónica C. Pérez (funded by STEG Small Research Grant 78)
- WP051: Bureaucratic Nepotism from Juan Felipe Riaño
- WP052: Building the City Under Financial Frictions from David Gomtsyan
- WP053: Beyond the Hump: Structural Change in an Open Economy from Lidia Smitkova
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We look forward to collating more high-quality research under the STEG Working Paper Series as the STEG programme, and the research field more widely, progresses.