Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this May:
- WP064: Demand for Quality, Variable Markups and Misallocation: Evidence from India from Apoorv Gupta
- WP065: Structural Transformation and Gender-Specific Labour Market Frictions: Evidence from Nigeria from Jubril Animashaun, Lotanna E. Emediegwu
- WP066: Worker Mobility in Production Networks from Marvin Cardoza, Francesco Grigoli, Nicola Pierri, and Cian Ruane
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