Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this March:
- WP056: Industry Linkages from Joint Production from Xiang Ding
- WP057: The Short- and Long-Run Effects of Affirmative Action: Evidence from Imperial China from Melanie Meng Xue, Boxiao Zhang
- WP058: Misallocation and Financial Constraints Among Firms in Sub-Saharan Africa from Fatou Kiné Thioune
- WP059: Rural Marketplaces and Local Development from Tillmann von Carnap
- WP060: AI and Services-Led Growth: Evidence from Indian Job Adverts from Alexander Copestake, Max Marczinek, Ashley Pople, Katherine Stapleton
In addition to these new articles, we have updated the following papers:
- WP002: Remotely-sensed Market Activity as a High-frequency Economic Indicator in Remote Rural Areas from Tillmann von Carnap
- WP013: Macroeconomic Development, Rural Exodus, and Uneven Industrialization from Tomás Budí Ors and Josep Pijoan-Mas
- WP016: Labor Market Power, Self-Employment, and Development from Francesco Amodio, Pamela Medina, and Monica Morlacco
- WP040: Place-based Policies, Structural Change and Female Labor: Evidence from India’s Special Economic Zones from Johannes Gallé, Daniel Overbeck, Nadine Riedel, and Tobias Seidel
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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.