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Working Papers

Monetary Economics

Central Bank Communication with the General Public: Promise or False Hope?

Alan S. BlinderMichael EhrmannJakob de HaanDavid-Jan Jansen
Law and Economics

The Effects of Legal Representation on Tenant Outcomes in Housing Court: Evidence from New York City’s Universal Access Program

Michael T. CassidyJanet M. Currie
Economic Theory

Valuing the Time of the Self-Employed

Daniel AgnessTravis BaselerSylvain ChassangPascaline DupasErik Snowberg

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Published Papers

Journal of Political Economy

May 2022

International Trade

Trade, Structural Transformation, and Development: Evidence from Argentina 1869–1914

Journal of Public Economics

March 2022

Data-Driven Incentive Alignment in Capitation Schemes

Mark BravermanSylvain Chassang

Review of Financial Studies

Winter 2021


Learning about the Neighborhood

Zhenyu GaoMichael SockinWei Xiong

Each year, our faculty publish dozens of papers in top academic journals.

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Princeton University Press

December 2021


The Economics of Sovereign Debt and Default

Mark A. AguiarManuel Amador

Endeavor Literary Press

August 2021


The Resilient Society

World Scientific

April 2021

Monetary Economics

A Safe-Asset Perspective for an Integrated Policy Framework

Markus BrunnermeierSebastian MerkelYuliy Sannikov

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