Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this July:
- WP069: Trade Exposure and Social Cohesion: Evidence from Uganda from Kasper Vrolijk and Gideon Ndubuisi
- WP070: Do Small Firms Partially Insure Customers from Price Increases? Evidence from Retail Firms in Tanzania from Jess Rudder
- WP071: A Theory of Structural Change, Home Production and Leisure from Fenicia Cossu, Alessio Moro, F. Javier Rodríguez-Román, Silvio Tunis
- WP072: Who Wants Property Rights? Conjoint Evidence from Senegal from Matthew K. Ribar
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