Fernando Broner, Daragh Clancy, Alberto Martín and Aitor Erce suggest that the effects of fiscal expansions in a globalized world depend crucially on how they are financed
Joan-Maria Esteban, Sabine Flamand, Massimo Morelli and Dominic Rohner build a theoretical model to shed light on the dynamics and incentives at play among disputing groups in a State.
Sandro Shelegia and Joshua Sherman undertake the first empirical study of the ﬁrm-side factors that influence the retail ﬁrm’s trading mechanism.
Antonio Ciccone finds that commodity price downturns lead to a substantial increase in the risk of civil war.
Teresa Garcia-Milà, Therese J. McGuire, and Wallace E. Oates discuss many facets of the US fiscal federal governance the role this structure has played in the development of the country.
Marcus Giamattei and Humberto Llavador discuss the role of experiments in teaching economic concepts and their experience conducting them through the classEx platform