Tor Korneliussen and Michael Greenacre identify systematic differences in how Europeans inform themselves when making travel plans.
Joan Costa-Font, Sergi Jiménez-Martín, and Cristina Vilaplana Prieto investigate the impact of the Spanish universal caregiving allowance (SAAD) on the supply of informal caregiving and on intergenerational transfers within households.
Mircea Epure and Martí Guasch identify the possible mechanisms underneath investors’ assessments of a start-up’s future potential.
Roberto Burguet and József Sákovics provide a tractable framework for analyzing the market for sports talent.
Dongya Koh, Raül Santaeulàlia-Llopis, and Yu Zheng argue that labor share incorporating IPP is a better representation of the US economy.
Hannes Mueller and Augustin Tapsoba suggest that institutional checks and balances could play a role in preventing violent conflict by restricting ethnic favoritism.