When migrants enter a new country, do they bring their family planning practices with them? Looking at birth certificate data, Libertad Gonzalez shows that some immigrant populations known to have son-biased birth ratios in their home country also have biased birth ratios in Spain.
Substantial investments have been made in Spain’s transport infrastructure. Teresa Garcia-Milà and José G. Montalvo investigate the effect of highway construction between 1984-2000 on job creation and business creation, not finding a convincing impact.
Caterina Calsamiglia and Antonio Miralles show that the common mechanisms for allocating children according to their preferences may be limited whenever there are coarse priorities to break ties.