Economie: working papers (NBER, 12/12/2011)

Source: NBER, National Bureau of Economic Research, Etats-Unis

1.  Regression Discontinuity Designs with an Endogenous Forcing Variable and an Application to Contracting in Health Care by Patrick Bajari, Han Hong, Minjung Park, Robert Town #17643 (HC IO)


2.  The Use of Tax Havens in Exemption Regimes by Anna Gumpert, James R. Hines, Jr., Monika Schnitzer #17644 (ITI PE)


3.  Linking External Sector Imbalances and Changing Financial Instability before the 2008 Financial Crisis by John Whalley, Manmohan Agarwal, Jing Wang, Sean Walsh, Chen Yan #17645 (IFM ITI)


4.  Incentives and Adaptation: Evidence from Highway Procurement in Minnesota by Gregory Lewis, Patrick Bajari #17647 (IO LE PE)


5.  Avoiding The Ask: A Field Experiment on Altruism, Empathy, and Charitable Giving by James Andreoni, Justin M. Rao, Hannah Trachtman #17648 (PE)


6.  Aggregate Impacts of a Gift of Time

by Jungmin Lee, Daiji Kawaguchi, Daniel S. Hamermesh #17649 (LS)


7.  Can the Doha Round be a Development Round? Setting a Place at the Table by Kyle Bagwell, Robert W. Staiger #17650 (ITI)


8.  Do Mood Swings Drive Business Cycles and is it Rational?

by Paul Beaudry, Deokwoo Nam, Jian Wang #17651 (EFG)


9.  Competing on Speed

by Thomas Philippon, Emiliano Pagnotta #17652 (AP CF IO)


10.  Evaporating Liquidity

by Stefan Nagel #17653 (AP)


11.  The Expanding Social Safety Net

by Casey B. Mulligan #17654 (EFG LS PE)


12.  The Electoral Consequences of Large Fiscal Adjustments by Alberto F. Alesina, Dorian Carloni, Giampaolo Lecce #17655 (PE POL)

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