Rodrigo Carril studies the trade-off between rules and discretion in the context of US federal procurement.
Marta Santamaría, Jaume Ventura, and Uğur Yeşilbayraktar use a newly created dataset to estimate the average border effect on trade between European regions.
Christoph Albert and Joan Monràs explain why immigration and trade shocks have different impacts on regional economies.
Gianluca Benigno, Luca Fornaro and Martin Wolf offer a new perspective on the consequences of financial globalization, and on the appropriate policy interventions to manage it.
Using a structural model for the U.S. economy, Joan Llull empirically quantifies the importance of two mechanisms: the differential labor market competition induced by immigration on male and female workers, and the availability of cheaper childcare services.
Ramon Caminal examines the motivation behind time restrictions on loyalty awards and their implications for consumers and firms.