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68: Social Norms and Elections: How Elected Rules Can Make Behavior (In)Appropriate Downloads
Arno Apffelstaedt, Jana Freundt and Christoph Oslislo
67: The Elasticity of Taxable Income: A Meta-Regression Analysis Downloads
Carina Neisser
66: Loss Sharing in Central Clearinghouses: Winners and Losers Downloads
Christian Kubitza, Loriana Pelizzon and Mila Getmansky Sherman
65: Efficient Institutions and Effective Deterrence: On Timing and Uncertainty of Formal Sanctions Downloads
Johannes Buckenmaier, Eugen Dimant, Ann-Christin Posten and Ulrich Schmidt
64: Social Capital: A Double-Edged Sword Downloads
Harold L. Cole, Dirk Krueger, George J. Mailath and Yena Park
63: The Role of Discounting in Bargaining with One-Sided Offers Downloads
Francesc Dilmé
62: The "Privatization" of Municipal Debt Downloads
Ivan T. Ivanov and Tom Zimmermann
61: Monetary Policy and Racial Inequality Downloads
Alina K. Bartscher, Moritz Kuhn, Moritz Schularick and Paul Wachtel
60: The Exchange Rate Insulation Puzzle Downloads
Giancarlo Corsetti, Keith Kuester, Gernot Müller and Sebastian Schmidt
59: Optimal Delegation and Information Transmission under Limited Awareness Downloads
Sarah Auster and Nicola Pavoni
58: Market Depth, Leverage, and Speculative Bubbles Downloads
Zeno Enders and Hendrik Hakenes
57: Detecting coverage bias in user-generated content Downloads
Anna Kerkhof and Johannes Münster
56: Selective sharing of news items and the political position of news outlets Downloads
Julian Freitag, Anna Kerkhof and Johannes Münster
55: Parental Paternalism and Patience Downloads
Lukas Kiessling, Shyamal Chowdhury, Hannah Schildberg-Hörisch and Matthias Sutter
54: Collective Intertemporal Decisions and Heterogeneity in Groups Downloads
Daniela Glätzle-Rützler, Philipp Lergetporer and Matthias Sutter
53: The Impact of the First Professional Police Forces on Crime Downloads
Anna Bindler and Randi Hjalmarsson
52: Sequential Trading with Coarse Contingencies Downloads
Sarah Auster, Jeremy Kettering and Asen Kochov
51: Roman Transport Network Connectivity and Economic Integration Downloads
Matthias Flückiger, Erik Hornung, Mario Larch, Markus Ludwig and Allard Mees
50: A Theory of Debt Maturity and Innovation Downloads
Yuliyan Mitkov
49: Allocating Losses: Bail-ins, Bailouts and Bank Regulation Downloads
Todd Keister and Yuliyan Mitkov
48: Patience, Cognitive Abilities, and Cognitive Effort: Survey and Experimental Evidence from a Developing Country Downloads
Stefania Bortolotti, Thomas Dohmen, Hartmut Lehmann, Frauke Meyer, Norberto Pignatti and Karine Torosyan
47: Improving healthy eating in children: Experimental evidence Downloads
Gary Charness, Ramón Cobo-Reyes, Erik Eyster, Gabriel Katz, Ángela Sánchez and Matthias Sutter
46: Understanding Cooperation in an Intertemporal Context Downloads
Felix Kölle and Thomas Lauer
45: Interview Sequences and the Formation of Subjective Assessments Downloads
Jonas Radbruch and Amelie Schiprowski
44: Contextualizing oppositional cultures: A multilevel network analysis of status orders in schools Downloads
Hanno Kruse and Clemens Kroneberg
43: Limited Awareness and Financial Intermediation Downloads
Sarah Auster and Nicola Pavoni
42: Zombies at large? Corporate debt overhang and the macroeconomy Downloads
Oscar Jorda, Martin Kornejew, Moritz Schularick and Alan M. Taylor
41: Leaning against the wind and crisis risk Downloads
Moritz Schularick, Lucas ter Steege and Felix Ward
40: Federal unemployment reinsurance and local labor-market policies Downloads
Marek Ignaszak, Philip Jung and Keith Kuester
39: Middle Managers, Personnel Turnover and Performance: A Long-Term Field Experiment in a Retail Chain Downloads
Guido Friebel, Matthias Heinz and Nick Zubanov
38: Diagnostic Uncertainty and Insurance Coverage in Credence Goods Markets Downloads
Loukas Balafoutas, Helena Fornwagner, Rudolf Kerschbamer, Matthias Sutter and Maryna Tverdostup
37: Benefit Duration, Job Search Behavior and Re-Employment Downloads
Andreas Lichter and Amelie Schiprowski
36: Populist Leaders and the Economy Downloads
Manuel Funke, Moritz Schularick and Christoph Trebesch
35: Patience and Comparative Development Downloads
Uwe Sunde, Thomas Dohmen, Benjamin Enke, Armin Falk and David Huffman
34: Competitive gerrymandering and the popular vote Downloads
Felix Bierbrauer and Mattias K Polborn
33: The Role of Social Networks in Bank Lending Downloads
Oliver Rehbein and Simon Rother
32: The Expected (Signaling) Value of Higher Education Downloads
Laura Ehrmantraut, Pia Pinger and Renske Stans
31: How people know their risk preference Downloads
Ruben C. Arslan, Martin Brümmer, Thomas Dohmen, Johanna Drewelies, Ralph Hertwig and Gert Wagner
30: Scaring or scarring? Labour market effects of criminal victimisation Downloads
Anna Bindler and Nadine Ketel
29: Hate Trumps Love: The Impact of Political Polarization on Social Preferences Downloads
Eugen Dimant
28: Dispersion estimation; Earnings risk; Censoring; Quantile regression; Occupational choice; Sorting; Risk preferences; SOEP; IABS Downloads
Daniel Pollmann, Thomas Dohmen and Franz Palm
27: Parental Involvement and the Intergenerational Transmission of Economic Preferences, Attitude and Personality Traits Downloads
Maria Zumbuehl, Thomas Dohmen and Gerard Pfann
26: Higher Order Risk Preferences: New Experimental Measures, Determinants and Field Behavior Downloads
Sebastian Schneider and Matthias Sutter
25: Labour Supply during Lockdown and a “New Normal”: The Case of the Netherlands Abstract: We document the evolution of hours of work using monthly data from February to June 2020. During this period, the Netherlands experienced a quick spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, enacted a lockdown for a period of six weeks and gradually opened thereafter. We show that during lock-down, substitutability between work from home and at the workplace or essential worker status are key to maintain a large fraction of pre-crisis hours of work. These pandemic-specific mechanisms become much less important as social distancing restrictions are eased in May and June. Labor supply recovers quickly in sectors affected heavily during lockdown, but goes down in other areas of the economy. The latter is unlikely caused by pandemic-induced supply changes; diminished demand is a more plausible explanation. Analyzing take-up of economic support programs, we find suggestive evidence that wage subsidies and other programs helped limit the early-stage impact of the crisis along the extensive margin Downloads
Hans-Martin von Gaudecker, Radost Holler, Lena Janys, Bettina Sifinger and Christian Zimpelmann
24: Psychological pressure and the right to determine the moves in dynamic tournaments – Evidence from a natural field experiment Downloads
Mark Kassis, Sascha L. Schmidt, Dominik Schreyer and Matthias Sutter
23: Deviant or Wrong? The Effects of Norm Information on the Efficacy of Punishment Downloads
Cristina Bicchieri, Eugen Dimant and Erte Xiao
22: Trustworthiness in the financial industry Downloads
Andrej Gill, Matthias Heinz, Heiner Schumacher and Matthias Sutter
21: Do Non-Compete Clauses Undermine Minimum Wages? Downloads
Thomas Kohler and Fabian Schmitz
20: Pollsand Elections: Strategic Respondents and Turnout Implications Downloads
Christina Luxen
19: Financial literacy, risk and time preferences – Results from a randomized educational intervention Downloads
Matthias Sutter, Michael Weyland, Anna Untertrifaller and Manuel Froitzheim
18: (Why) do central banks care about their profits? Downloads
Igor Goncharov, Vasso Ioannidou and Martin C. Schmalz
17: Bank capital and the European recovery from the COVID-19 crisis Downloads
Moritz Schularick, Sascha Steffen and Tobias Tröger
16: The Role of Caseworkers in Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from Unplanned Absences Downloads
Amelie Schiprowski
15: Modigliani Meets Minsky: Inequality, Debt, and Financial Fragility in America, 1950-2016 Downloads
Alina K. Bartscher, Moritz Kuhn, Moritz Schularick and Ulrike I. Steins
14: Are Economists’ Preferences Psychologists’ Personality Traits? A Structural Approach Downloads
Tomáš Jagelka
13: Paying Them to Hate US: The Effect of U.S. Military Aid on Anti-American Terrorism, 1968-2014 Downloads
Eugen Dimant, Tim Krieger and Daniel Meierrieks
12: Unequal andunstable: income inequality and bank risk Downloads
Yuliyan Mitkov and Ulrich Schüwer
11: Monetary Policy, Financial Constraints, and Redistribution Downloads
Christian Loenser and Andreas Schabert
10: The Political Economy of a Diverse Monetary Union Downloads
Enrico Perotti and Oscar Soons
9: Observability, Social Proximity, and the Erosion of Norm Compliance Downloads
Cristina Bicchieri, Eugen Dimant, Simon Gächter and Daniele Nosenzo
8: Mentoring and Schooling Decisions: Causal Evidence Downloads
Armin Falk, Fabian Kosse and Pia Pinger
7: Social capital and the spread of Covid-19: Insights from European countries Downloads
Alina Kristin Bartscher, Sebastian Seitz, Sebastian Siegloch, Michaela Slotwinski and Nils Wehrhöfer
6: Secular Trends and Technological Progress Downloads
Robin Döttling and Enrico Perotti
5: A General Framework for Studying Contests Downloads
Spencer Bastani, Thomas Giebe and Oliver Gürtler
4: Reveal it or conceal it: On the value of second opinions in a low-entry-barriers credence goods market Downloads
Parampreet Christopher Bindra, Rudolf Kerschbamer, Daniel Neururer and Matthias Sutter
3: Discrimination, narratives and family history: An experiment with Jordanian host and Syrian refugee children Downloads
Kai Barron, Heike Harmgart, Steffen Huck, Sebastian Schneider and Matthias Sutter
2: The Short-Run Macro Implications of School and Child-Care Closures Downloads
Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Moritz Kuhn and Michele Tertilt
1: Pareto-improving tax reforms and the Earned Income Tax Credit Downloads
Felix Bierbrauer, Pierre Boyer and Emanuel Hansen
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