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QJE

Bio The Quarterly Journal of Economics is the oldest professional journal of Economics in the English language. Edited by the Department of Economics at Harvard.
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Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE, “Banking, Trade, and the Making of a Dominant Currency,” by Gita Gopinath (Gita Gopinath) and Jeremy C. Stein: economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE, “The Use and Misuse of Coordinated Punishments,” by Daniel Barron (Daniel Barron) and Yingni Guo: economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE, “Banking Crises without Panics,” by Baron, Verner (Emil Verner), and Xiong: economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE, “Minimum Wages and Racial Inequality,” by Derenoncourt (@Ederenoncourt) and Montialoux (Claire Montialoux): economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE: “Anatomy of Corporate Borrowing Constraints,” by Lian and Ma: economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE: “Health Insurance and Mortality: Experimental Evidence from Taxpayer Outreach,” by Goldin (Jacob Goldin), Lurie, and McCubbin: economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : Recently accepted by #QJE: “Capital Obsolescence and Agricultural Productivity,” by Caunedo and Keller: economics.harvard.edu/files/economic…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #10: “Quantifying the Gap Between Equilibrium and Optimum Under Monopolistic Competition,” by Behrens, Mion, Murata, and Suedekum (Jens Suedekum): doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #9: “Identifying Modern Macro Equations with Old Shocks,” by Barnichon and Mesters: doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #8: “Distortions in Production Networks,” by Bigio (@sakibigio) and La’O (Jennifer LaO): doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #7: “Watering Down Environmental Regulation in China,” by He, Wang, and Zhang: doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #6: “The Making of the Modern Metropolis: Evidence from London,” by Heblich, Redding (Stephen Redding), and Sturm: doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #5: “Misallocation in the Market for Inputs: Enforcement and the Organization of Production,” by Boehm and Oberfield (Johannes Boehm): doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #4: “Earnings Dynamics, Changing Job Skills, and STEM Careers,” by Deming (David Deming) and Noray (Kadeem Noray): doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #3: “Wages and the Value of Nonemployment,” by Jäger (Simon Jäger), Schoefer, Young, and Zweimüller: doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #2: “The Participation Dividend of Taxation: How Citizens in Congo Engage More with the State When It Tries to Tax Them,” by Jonathan Weigel (Jonathan Weigel): doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : #QJE Nov 2020 #1: “God Insures Those Who Pay? Formal Insurance and Religious Offerings in Ghana,” by Auriol, Lassébie, Panin (Amma Panin), Raiber (Eva Raiber), and Seabright: doi.org/10.1093/qje/qj…

Twitter Web App : The November 2020 issue of the #QJE is now online here: academic.oup.com/qje/issue/135/4