Recent Publications

K. Greulich, S. Laczó and A. Marcet,

"Pareto-Improving Optimal Capital and Labor Taxes"


Forthcoming in Journal of Political Economy, 2022

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Nagy, D.,

"Trade and Urbanization: Evidence from Hungary"


American Economic Journal, 2022, 14 (3), 733-790

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

G. Gancia, G. Ponzetto and J. Ventura,

"Globalization and Political Structure"


Journal of the European Economic Association, 2022, 20 (3), 1276-1310

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

G. Benigno, L. Fornaro and M. Wolf,

"Reserve Accumulation, Growth and Financial Crises"


Forthcoming in Journal of International Economics, 2022

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Nagy, D.,

"Quantitative Economic Geography meets History: Questions, Answers and Challenges"


Regional Science and Urban Economics, 2022, 94, Article 103675

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Asriyan, V., L. Laeven and A. Martin,

"Collateral Booms and Information Depletion"


The Review of Economic Studies, 2022, 89 (2), 517–555

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Caggese, A. and A. Pérez-Orive,

"How Stimulative are Low Real Interest Rates for Intangible Capital?"


European Economic Review, 2022, 142, article 103987

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Galí, J.,

"Insider-Outsider Labor Markets, Hysteresis and Monetary Policy"


Journal of Money, Credit and Banking, 2022, 54(S1), 53-88

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

Giannone, E., N. Paixao and X. Pang,

"JUE Insight: The Geography of Pandemic Containment"


Forthcoming in Journal of Urban Economics, 2022

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

A. Innoue and B. Rossi,

"A New Approach to Measuring Economic Policy Shocks, with an Application to Conventional and Unconventional Monetary Policy"


Quantitative Economics, 2021, 12 (4), 1085-1138

Oxford University. Nuffield College. Economic and Social History Working Paper 8 (as "Why Did Working Hours Increase in Eighteenth Century London? Labour Supply Decisions and Consumer Durables During the Industrial Revolution")
Published in Journal of Economic History, 57 (2), 1997, 497-499

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