Sandra García-Uribe, Hannes Mueller and Carlos Sanz use text mining to quantify economic policy uncertainty in Spain at the beginning of the 20th century.
Timothy Besley, Thiemo Fetzer, and Hannes Mueller use two novel datasets to separate the effect of an event at tourist destinations from the coverage of that event at the home countries of tourists.
Laura Mayoral and Ola Olsson explore early state development using Ancient Egypt as a laboratory.
Ruben Durante and Milena Djourelova find that executive orders likely to generate negative publicity tend to be issued on the eve of days when other important events distract the media and the public.
Mariella Gonzales, Gianmarco Leon-Ciliotta and Luis R. Martinez investigate the causal effect of a fine for electoral abstention on different margins of voter responses in Peru.
Aina Gallego, Thomas Kurer and Nikolas Schöll empirically analyze the political consequences of digitalization.