Check out the latest articles accepted into the series this August:
- WP073: Global Value Chains, Job Creation, and Job Destruction among Firms in South Africa from Gideon Ndubuisi and Solomon Owusu
- WP074: Resource Rents, Urbanization, and Structural Transformation from Qing Huang, Victoria Wenxin Xie, Wei You
- WP075: Hunting Talents and Nurturing Entrepreneurship in Low-Income CountriesQuasi- Experimental Evidence from Business Plan Competition in Ethiopia from Abebe Ambachew Ayana
We also had two updated working papers to share with the STEG Audience:
- WP033: Technology Adoption and Late Industrialization from Jaedo Choi and Younghun Shim
- WP044: Social Networks, Gender Norms and Women’s Labor Supply: Experimental Evidence Using a Job Search Platform from Farzana Afridi, Amrita Dhillon, Sanchari Roy, Nikita Sangwan
If you would like to submit your paper to the STEG Working Paper Series, please contact the STEG Team at [email protected].
Working papers that have been produced through STEG-funded projects are included in the series and we welcome papers from researchers directly affiliated with STEG as well as researchers' papers that have been presented at STEG-funded events including our Annual Conference and Theme Workshops.
The series is circulated widely through STEG’s network of researchers and policymakers in order that the results of the research receive thorough professional scrutiny and reach the hands of policymakers more quickly.
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.