Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this November:
- WP036: Promotions and Productivity: The Role of Meritocracy and Pay Progression in the Public Sector from Erika Deserranno, Philipp Kastrau, and Gianmarco León-Ciliotta
- WP037: Structural Change, Inequality, and Capital Flows from Florian Trouvain
- WP038: The Distribution of the Gender Wage Gap: An Equilibrium Model from Sonia R. Bhalotra, Manuel Fernández, and Fan Wang
- WP039: Tillers of Prosperity: Land Ownership, Reallocation, and Structural Transformation from Shuhei Kitamura
- WP040: Place-based Policies and Structural Change: Evidence from India’s Special Economic Zones from Johannes Gallé, Daniel Overbeck, Nadine Riedel, and Tobias Seidel
- WP041: Agricultural Technological Change, Female Earnings, and Fertility: Evidence from Brazil from Vivek Moorthy
- WP042: On the Geographic Implications of Carbon Taxes from Bruno Conte, Klaus Desmet, and Esteban Rossi-Hansberg
- WP043: Hiring Frictions and the Promise of Online Job Portals: Evidence from India from A. Nilesh Fernando, Niharika Singh, and Gabriel Tourek
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