Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this September:
- WP022: Political Power, Elite Control, and Long-Run Development: Evidence from Brazil from Claudio Ferraz, Frederico Finan, and Monica Martinez-Bravo
- WP023: Forgone Investment Amid Conflict: Evidence from Credit Microdata in Colombia from Nicolás De Roux and Luis R. Martínez
- WP024: Favoritism and Firms: Micro Evidence and Macro Implications from Zareh Asatryan, Thushyanthan Baskaran, Carlo Birkholz, and David Gomtsyan
- WP025: The Stable Transformation Path from Francisco Buera, Joseph P. Kaboski, Martí Mestieri, and Daniel O'Connor
- WP026: Land Rental Markets: Experimental Evidence from Kenya from Michelle Acampora, Lorenzo Casaburi, and Jack Willis
- WP027: Production Networks and Firm-level Elasticities of Substitution from Brian Cevallos Fujiy, Devaki Ghose, and Gaurav Khanna
- WP028: Non-CES Aggregators: A Guided Tour from Kiminori Matsuyama
- WP029: Mobile Internet Adoption and Inclusive Structural Change: Evidence from Nigerian Non-Farming Enterprises from Bernardo Caldarola
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