Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this October:
- WP076: Jobseekers’ Beliefs about Comparative Advantage and (Mis)Directed Search” by Andrea Kiss, Robert Garlick, Kate Orkin, Lukas Hensel.
- WP077: Self-employment Within the Firm from Vittorio Bassi, Jung Hyuk Lee, Alessandra Peter, Tommaso Porzio, Ritwika Sen, Esau Tugume
- WP078: Economic Growth and the Rise of Large Firms from PhD 1503 Grantee Zhang Chen
We also had one updated working paper to share with the STEG Audience:
- WP017: Allocation of Female Talent and Cross-Country Productivity Differences from Munseob Lee
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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.