André Gröger uses a dataset of Vietnamese households with international migrants to show that domestic and foreign migration decisions are interrelated and jointly determine outcomes at origin.
José G. Montalvo, Amedeo Piolatto and Josep Raya develop a fraud decision theory and test its implications with a unique Spanish dataset.
Albert Banal-Estañol, Inés Macho-Stadler, and David Pérez-Castrillo answer key questions about the funding process within a unified framework.
Humberto Llavador and John Roemer propose a mechanism that could be useful to frame the climate mitigation challenge.
Jordi Brandts, Isabel Busom, Cristina Lopez-Mayan and Judith Panadés design a field and a laboratory experiment in which they study how to dispel the widespread belief that rent control facilitates access of more people to affordable housing.
Aina Gallego, Thomas Kurer and Nikolas Schöll empirically analyze the political consequences of digitalization.