Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this July:
- WP006: Skill Bias, Financial Frictions, and Selection into Entrepreneurship from Ying Feng and Jie Ren
- WP007: Trade, Technology, and Agricultural Productivity from Farid Farrokhi and Heitor S. Pellegrina
- WP008: Misallocation across Establishment Gender from Ashantha Ranasinghe
- WP009: Structural Change, Land Use and Urban Expansion from Nicolas Coeurdacier, Florian Oswald, and Marc Teignier
- WP010: Nutrition Demand, Subsistence Farming, and Agricultural Productivity from Stepan Gordeev (funded by STEG Small Research Grant 474)
- WP011: Deindustrialization and Industry Polarization from Michael Sposi, Kei-Mu Yi, and Jing Zhang
- WP012: Political Connections and Misallocation of Procurement Contracts: Evidence from Ecuador from Felipe Brugués, Javier Brugués, and Samuele Giambra
- WP013: Macroeconomic Development, Rural Exodus, and Uneven Industrialization from Tomás Budí Ors and Josep Pijoan-Mas
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