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American Economic Association

American Economic Association

   from Wettstein (2020) I examine whether lack of an individual market for prescription drug insurance causes individuals to delay retirement. Exploiting the 2006 introductio...Get instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore the AEA's prestigious journals.

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March 17, 2020
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The anatomy of inequality

The anatomy of inequality

November 25, 2020  Tyler Smith: What is it about rising inequality that's so concerning?Florian Hoffmann:Smith: You mentioned the difference between capital income and labor income. Can you explain the distinction between those two and why it's important?Hoffmann:Smith: There are a number of potential reasons for what's behind this growing inequality. What are the mixture of reasons that you think are the most important?Hoffmann:I think if we can improve the early childhood educational sector that would be really a big step forward.Florian HoffmannSmith: Did you find that inequality was...

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The partisan news effect on politics

The partisan news effect on politics

November 1, 2017Your browser does not support the audio element.AEA: Partisan news is not a recent phenomenon. What’s the concern now?YurukogluAEA: There's two sides to this coin. It could be that partisan news sources are driving people's biases or it might be the other way around, with news sources meeting consumers' preconceived notions about what is true. Could you talk about those two questions and how you wanted to approach it in this paper?Yurukoglu  AEA: You came up with a really ingenious way of measuring the effect that partisan news was having on voter tastes that involved...

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Elite education and affirmative action

Elite education and affirmative action

December 4, 2020Since we didn't find evidence that they're doing much better with students in terms of academic outcomes, you could think that we should be focused more on investing in climate at all high schools.Lisa Barrow  ♦appears in the October issue of the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics. Subscribe to the monthly Research Highlight email digest .Hiring regulations can lead to fundamental changes in how employers recruitAn interview with Dennis Epple on what the evidence says about school vouchersGet instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore...

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Antitrust and innovation

Antitrust and innovation

   from Watzinger et al. (2020)Is compulsory licensing an effective antitrust remedy to increase innovation? To answer this question, we analyze the 1956 consent decree that settled...Get instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore the AEA's prestigious journals.

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Wholesale collusion?

Wholesale collusion?

December 18, 2020   New evidence on the resource curseHow did high-speed, high-capacity Internet affect African businesses and workers?Get instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore the AEA's prestigious journals.

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Testing the welfare magnet hypothesis

Testing the welfare magnet hypothesis

 sheds new light on the issue   from Agersnap, et al. (2020) We study the effects of welfare generosity on international migration using reforms of immigrant welfare benefits in Denmark. The first reform, implem...Get instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore the AEA's prestigious journals.

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The promise of conditional cash transfers

The promise of conditional cash transfers

December 23, 2020   Tyler Smith: What are conditional cash transfers?Rema Hanna:Smith: Why haven’t economists been able to determine their long-run impacts? What's been the impediment?Hanna:Smith: What did the Indonesian government ask households to do in order to get the money?Hanna:Smith: How did the kids from households that got these transfers compare to those that didn’t?Hanna:These cash transfer programs are really about society helping families. It's about really finding the people who need the help the most and providing them with the funds necessary to have enough food to eat and...

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Hidden genius

Hidden genius

   from Agarwal and Gaule (2020) A better understanding of the determinants of idea/knowledge production remains critical for long-run growth. Toward this end, this paper establishes ...Get instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore the AEA's prestigious journals.

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Welfare generosity and work

Welfare generosity and work

June 1, 2021   I think what our estimates show is that there's substantial scope for increasing the longevity of unemployment insurance in a recession without having a large negative impact on employment and in fact, maybe even a small positive one.Ethan Kaplan♦appears in the May 2021 issue of the .A tax spike on companies after layoffs is discouraging them from rehiring when business turns around.Revisiting Milton Friedman can shed light on today’s economic questions.Get instructions on submitting your work for publication.Join the AEA.Explore the AEA's prestigious journals.

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