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.
Edouard Schaal discusses his ERC Starting Grant project in this short video.
Alessandra Bonfiglioli, Rosario Crinò and Gino Gancia explore how heterogeneity in firms’ attributes, quality and efficiency impact GDP.
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
Antonio Ciccone finds that commodity price downturns lead to a substantial increase in the risk of civil war.
Yusuf Soner Baskaya, Julian di Giovanni, Sebnem Kalemli-Özcan, and Mehmet Fatih Ulu argue that, during periods of high global risk appetite, capital inflows fuel a credit expansion in emerging markets by reducing the costs of borrowing.