Nagore Iriberri and Pedro Rey-Biel use data from a math contest to find out if competition has different effects on men and women.
Enriqueta Camps investigates how the evolution of the education system in Spain from the 19th to the 21st century affected the country’s GDP.
Joachim Jungherr shows that the socially desirable level of bank transparency trades off market discipline with a stabilizing role of the Hirshleifer effect.
Albert Banal-Estañol, Inés Macho-Stadler and David Pérez-Castrillo show that if we want to avoid missing the next academic Beatles, we cannot just “let it be.”
José Ramón García and Valeri Sorolla show that the bargaining structure of southern European economies can lead to higher unemployment.
This is the second of two roundups of VoxEU articles written by Barcelona GSE researchers.