Research

Recent Publications

  • Feng, Lijuan, and Murat Munkin, "Bayesian Semiparametric Analysis on the Relationship between BMI and Income for Rural and Urban workers in China," Journal of Applied Statistics, forthcoming.
  • Barbos, Andrei, "Optimal Contracts with Random Monitoring," International Journal of Game Theory, March 2022, 51(1), pp. 119-154.
  • Hollock, Kevin, Xin Jin, and Michael Waldman, "The  Total Compensation Gap, Wage Gap and Benefit Gap between Workers with and without a Disability," British Journal of Industrial Relations," March 2022, 60(1), pp. 3-31.
  • Dynan, Linda, and Richard B. Smith, "Hospital Quality-Review Spending and Patient Safety: A Longitudinal Analysis Using Instrumental Variables," Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology," March 2022, 22(1), pp. 16-48.
  • Baerlocher, Diogo, “Public Employment and Economic Growth,” Economic Theory, February 2022, 73(1), pp. 211-236.
  • Jumamryadov, Maksat, and Murat Munkin, "Biases in Maximum Simulated Likelihood Estimation of Bivariate Models," Journal of Econometric Methods, January 2022, 11(1), pp, 55-70.
  • Huang, Guofang, and Haiyan Liu, "Estimating expectations-based reference-price
    effects in the used-car retail market," Quantitative Marketing and Economics, December 2021, 19(3-4), pp. 457-503.
  • Barbos, Andrei, and Minglu Sun, "The Effect of Awarding Disability Benefits on Opioid Consumption," Health Economics, November 2021, 30(11), pp. 2794-2807.
  • Baerlocher, Diogo, and Rodrigo Schneider, “Cold Bacon: Co-Partisan Politics in Brazil,” Public Chioce, October 2021, 189(1-2), pp. 161-182.
  • Chen, Zhiyuan, Xin Jin, and Xu Xu, “Is a Corruption Crackdown Really Good for the Economy? Firm-Level Evidence from China”, Journal of Law, Economics, and Organizations, July 2021, 37(2), pp. 314-357.

  • Gyimah-Brempong, Kwabena, and William Baah-Boateng, "Service Exports and Youth Unemployment in Africa," Journal of African Development, 2021, 22(1), pp. 166-196.
  • Baerlocher, Diogo, Stephen L. Parente, and Eduardo Rios-Neto,“Female Labor Force Participation and Economic Growth: Accounting for the Gender Bonus,” Economic Letters, March 2021, 200, Article 109740.
  • Ayyagari, Padmaja, and Frank Sloan, “The Impact of Income-Related Medicare Part B Premiums on Labor Supply,” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, March 2021, 74(2), pp. 419-442.
  • Carter, Thomas J, “Delayed Firm-Paid General Training,” Southern Economic Journal, January 2021, 87(3), pp. 937-951.
  • Gyimah-Brempong, Kwabena, and Melissa Gentry, "Agricultural Aid and Agricultural Production in Africa," Journal of African Development, 2020, 21(2), pp. 139-173.
  • Jin, Xin, “Nonpromotion Signals and Job Tenure: Theory and Evidence,” Research in Labor Economics, 2020, 48, pp. 223-252.
  • McInerney, Melissa, Ruth Winecoff, Padmaja Ayyagari, Kosali Simon, and M. Kate Bundorf, "ACA Medicaid Expansion Associated with Increased Medicaid Participation and Improved Health Among Near-Elderly: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study," INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing, January-December 2020, 57, DOI: 10.1177/0046958020935229.
  • Kroeger, Sarah, and Giulia La Mattina, “Do Nuisance Ordinances Increase Eviction Risk?” AEA Papers and Proceedings, May 2020, 110(5), pp. 452-456.

  • Jin, Xin, and Michael Waldman, “Lateral Moves, Promotions, and Task-Specific Human Capital:  Theory and Evidence,” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organizations, March 2020, 36(1), pp. 1-46.

  • De Santana Ribeiro, Luis Carlos, Renata De Melo Caldas, Kênia Barreiro De Souza, Débora Freire Cardoso, Edson Paulo Domingues, "Regional funding and regional inequalities in the Brazilian Northeast," Regional Science Policy & Practice, February 2020, 20(1), pp. 43-59.
  • Baerlocher, Diogo, Stephen L. Parente, and Eduardo Rios-Neto, “Economic Effects of Demographic Dividend in Brazilian Regions,” Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 2019, 14, Article 100198.
  • Barbos, Andrei, “Dynamic Contracts with Random Monitoring,” Journal of Mathematical Economics, December 2019, 85, pp. 1-16.

  • Petrova, Olga, Joseph Coleman, and Gabriel Picone, “Large-Scale Antimalarial Interventions and Birth Weight: Empirical Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa,” The Empirical Economics Letters, December 2019, 18(12).

  • Deng, Yi, and Gabriel Picone, “An Empirical Analysis of Entry and Location Decisions by Bars and Liquor Stores,” Empirical Economics, November 2019, 57(5), pp. 1751-1782.

  • Ayyagari, Padmaja, “Health Insurance and Early Retirement Plans: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act,” American Journal of Health Economics, Fall 2019, 5(4), pp. 533-560.

  • Barbos, Andrei, and Stefani Milovanska-Farrington, “The Effect of Maternity Leave Expansions on Fertility Interventions: Evidence from Switzerland,” Journal of Family and Economic Issues, September 2019, 40(3), pp. 323-327.

  • Silva, Marcelo E.A., Cássio da Nóbrega Besarria, and Diogo Baerlocher, “Aggregate Shocks and the Brazilian Housing Market Dynamics,” EconomiA, May-August 2019, 20(2), pp. 121-137.

  • De Cao, Elisabetta, and Giulia La Mattina, “Does Maternal Education Decrease Female Genital Cutting?” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, May 2019, 109(5), pp. 100-104.

  • Corton, Maria Luisa, Michelle Andrea Phillips, and Aneliese Zimmermann, “Aligning Quality Incentives and Tariff Adjustments: The case of the Brazilian Electricity Distribution Sector,” Review of Network Economics, March 2019, 18(1), pp. 35-62.

  • DeSalvo, Joseph, and Qing Su, “The Determinants of Urban Sprawl:  Theory and Evidence,” International Journal of Urban Sciences, 2019, 23(1), pp. 88-104.

  • Sánchez- Peñlaver, Alfonso, “Estimation Methods in the Presence of Corner Solutions,” The STATA Journal, 2019, 19(1), pp. 87-111.