Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this October:
- WP030: Searching for Customers, Finding Pollution from Vittorio Bassi, Matthew E. Kahn, Nancy Lozano Gracia, Tommaso Porzio, and Jeanne Sorin
- WP031: Priority Roads: the Political Economy of Africa’s Interior-to-Coast Roads from Roberto Bonfatti, Yuan Gu, and Steven Poelhekke
- WP032: Front-line Courts As State Capacity: Evidence from India from Manaswini Rao
- WP033: Technology Adoption and Late Industrialization from Jaedo Choi and Younghun Shim
- WP034: Can Trade Policy Mitigate Climate Change? from Farid Farrokhi and Ahmad Lashkaripour
- WP035: E-Commerce, and the Indian Retail and Manufacturing Sectors from Nibha Bharti, Sugandha Huria, Ashley Jose, and Kanika Pathania
In addition to these new articles, we have updated the following paper:
- WP028: Non-CES Aggregators: A Guided Tour from Kiminori Matsuyama
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