Divide to Conquer? Latent Preference Types and Country-level Heterogeneity
Yannick V. Markhof
No 2020-05, CSAE Working Paper Series from Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of Oxford
Do country-level outcomes relate to latent preference measures obtained from a global sample of 80,000 individuals to construct a set of unique preference types. It then asked whether the prevalence of these types correlates with outcomes in the domains of income, entrepreneurship, conflict, democratization, and gender inequality.
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