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2023/459: The long-term evolution of intergenerational transfers in Spain (1958-2012) Downloads
Concepció Patxot
2023/457: Bad NGOs? Competition in the market for donations and workers' misconduct Downloads
Ester Manna
2023/455: Capital Misallocation and Economic Development in a Dynamic Open Economy Downloads
Heron Rios
2023/452: The Impact of Compulsory Schooling Expansion on Educational Outcomes: The Case of Indonesia Downloads
à lvaro Choi
2023/451: Structural transformation in India: The Role of the Service Sector Downloads
Rafael Serrano-Quintero
2023/450: Gendered Effects of the Minimum Wage Downloads
Luke Haywood
2023/449: The essential coalitions index in games with restricted cooperation Downloads
Martí Jané Ballarín
2023/448: Common Ownership Unpacked Downloads
Olga Chiappinelli, Konstantinos G. Papadopoulos and Dimitrios Xefteris
2023/446: Reforms in the Natural Gas Sector and Economic Development Downloads
Bruno R. Delaribera, Rafael SerranoQuintero and Guilherme G. Zimmermann
2023/445: Matching markets with farsighted couples Downloads
Ata Atay, Sylvain Funck, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch
2023/444: Fiscal Multiplier in Bolivia: Do the Nationalization Process and the Unconventional Monetary Policy matter? Downloads
Wilma Ticona Huanca
2023/443: Taxation of Top Incomes and Tax Avoidance Downloads
Alessandro Di Nola, Georgi Kocharkov, Almuth Scholl, Anna Tkhir and Haomin Wang
2023/442: Proportional clearing mechanisms in financial systems: an axiomatic approach Downloads
Pedro Calleja and Francesc Llerena
2023/441: The complexity of power indices in voting games with incompatible players Downloads
Martí Jané Ballarín
2023/440: Overbidding and underbidding in package allocation problems Downloads
Marina Núñez and Francisco Robles
2023/439: Firm behavior during an epidemic Downloads
Vahagn Jerbashian and Luiz Brotherhood
2022/438: Limited farsightedness in priority-based matching Downloads
Ata Atay, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch
2022/437: School choice with farsighted students Downloads
Ata Atay, Ana Mauleon and Vincent Vannetelbosch
2022/436: Lifecycle consumption and household structure: A pseudo-panel approach Downloads
Gemma Abio, Concepció Patxot, Alexandrina Stoyanova, Raquel Andrés and Guadalupe Souto
2022/434: Persuading crowds Downloads
Caio Lorecchio
2022/433: Efficient copyright filters for online hosting platforms Downloads
Alessandro De Chiara, Ester Manna, Antoni Rubí-Puig and Adrian Segura-Moreiras
2022/432: Gender gaps in STEM occupations in Costa Rica, El Salvador and Mexico Downloads
David Cuberes, Florencia Saravia and Marc Teignier
2022/431: Stackelberg competition in groundwater resources with multiple uses Downloads
Julia de Frutos Cachorro, Guiomar Martín-Herrán and Mabel Tidball
2022/430: Pre-industrial inequality in Catalonia Downloads
Julio Martinez-Galarraga and Marc Prat
2022/429: Queueing games with an endogenous number of machines Downloads
Ata Atay and Christian Trudeau
2022/428: Two families of values for global games Downloads
José María Alonso-Meijide, Mikel à lvarez-Mozos, Maria Gloria Fiestras-Janeiro and Andres Jiménez-Losada
2022/427: Working from home, pandemic, occupations, industries Downloads
Vahagn Jerbashian and Montserrat Vilalta-Bufí
2022/426: Non-manipulability by clones in bankruptcy problems Downloads
Pedro Calleja and Francesc Llerena
2022/425: Income-based affirmative action in college admissions Downloads
Luiz Brotherhood, Bernard Herskovic and Joao Ramos
2022/424: Understanding the decline of interpersonal violence in the ancient middle east Abstract: How did human societies succeed in reducing interpersonal violence, a precondition to achieve security and prosperity? Given that homicide records are only available for the more recent period, much of human history remains virtually outside our purview. To fill this gap, a literature intersecting economics, archaeology, and anthropology has devised reliable methods for studying traumas deliberately inflicted in human skeletal remains. In this paper we reconstruct the early history of conflict by exploiting a novel dataset on weapon-related wounds from skeletons excavated across the Middle East, spanning the whole pre-Classical period (ca. 8,000-400 BCE). By documenting when and how ancient Middle Eastern populations managed to reduce intersocietal violence and achieve remarkable levels of development, we broaden historical perspectives on the structural factors driving human conflict Downloads
Giacomo Benati, Joerg Baten and Arkadiusz Soltysiak
2022/423: Services trade contribution on global income generation (2000 - 2014) Abstract: This paper investigates the contribution of services trade to the variation of global income generation for the period of 2000 to 2014, applying a structural decomposition analysis in a global multi-regional input-output framework. We disentangle impacts of determinants of this variation for 56 sectors (of which, 29 are services) on a global level and on seven world regions, considering primary inputs, technology, components of final demand (private consumption, government expenditures and investment), trade and trade structure of both intermediate inputs and final products as drivers. Empirical findings suggest that overall, intermediate trade of services contributed to 5,38% of global income generation while final trade of services to 4,56% for the 15 years-period analyzed. This significant contribution seems to be explained mainly through the increase of demand of services as the negative effect of the structure of trade suggests that per unit of services traded, the value–added generated decreased over this period. At the sectoral level, wholesale trade, the financial sector, administrative and support services, legal and accounting services along with land transport appear to be the most important contributors of the services sectors through trade. Despite having northern European countries along with the BRIIC countries and the northern American ones as the most important contributors through services trade, when looking at the share of contribution of services trade of different groups relative to only their own total contribution, the eastern European countries is the group that makes it to the top Downloads
Michel Lioussis and Mònica Serrano
2022/422: Key players in bullying networks Downloads
Ata Atay, Ana Mauleon, Simon Schopohl and Vincent Vannetelbosch
2022/421: Fertility and migration Downloads
Arianna Garofalo
2022/420: Income-based scholarships and access to higher education Downloads
Guilherme Strifezzi Leal and à lvaro Choi
2022/419: Axioms for the optimal stable rules and fair-division rules in a multiple-partners job market Downloads
Gerard Domènech Gironell and Marina Núñez Oliva
2022/418: When lawmakers met progressives. Debating the American federal income tax of 1894 Downloads
Javier San Julian Arrupe
2022/417: Frequent audits and honest audits Downloads
Jacopo Bizzotto and Alessandro De Chiara
2022/416: Maternal employment and childhood malnutrition in Ecuador Downloads
José Carlos Andrade and Joan Gil
2021/415: Do search engines increase concentration in media markets? Downloads
Joan Calzada, Nestor Duch-Brown and Ricard Gil
2021/414: Structural change and the income of nations Downloads
Francisco Beltrán Tapia, Alfonso Díez-Minguela, Alicia Gómez-Tello, Julio Martinez-Galarraga and Daniel Tirado-Fabregat
2021/413: Trade globalization and social spending in Spain, 1850-2000 Downloads
Sergio Espuelas
2021/412: Structural change and the income of nations Downloads
Cynthia Armas and Fernando Sánchez-Losada
2021/411: Racial quotas in higher education and pre-college academic performance: Evidence from Brazil Downloads
Guilherme Strifezzi Leal and à lvaro Choi
2021/410: A dynamic theory of regulatory capture Downloads
Alessandro De Chiara and Marco Schwarz
2021/409: Democracy and primary education spending in Spain, 1902-22 Downloads
Paola Azar and Sergio Espuelas
2021/408: Segregation and preferences for redistribution Downloads
Dilara Tosu and Montserrat Vilalta-Bufí
2021/407: Entrepreneurship, growth and productivity with bubbles Downloads
Lise Clain-Chamosset-Yvrard, Xavier Raurich and Thomas Seegmuller
2021/406: Health information and lifestyle behaviours: the impact of a diabetes diagnosis Downloads
Alessio Gaggero, Joan Gil, Dolores Jiménez-Rubio and Eugenio Zucchelli
2021/405: The hidden cost of bananas: pesticide effects on newborns’ health Downloads
Joan Calzada, Meritxell Gisbert and Bernard Moscoso
2020/404: The Impact of ICT on Working from Home: Evidence from EU Countries Downloads
Vahagn Jerbashian and Montserrat Vilalta-Bufi
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