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During health crises, like COVID-19, individuals are inundated with messages promoting health- preserving behavior. Does additional light-touch messaging by a credible individual change behavior? Do t...
Section:Working Papers
by Abhijit Banerjee | Published On 01 Jul 2020
Is There a Demand for Reverse Mortgages in China? Evidence from Two Online Surveys
Reverse mortgages provide an alternative source of retirement funding by allowing older homeowners to borrow against their home. However, a recent pilot program of reserve mortgage products in several...
Section:Working Papers
by Katja Hanewald | Published On 01 Jan 2019
Impure Impact Giving: Theory and Evidence
The paper presents a new model of charitable giving where individuals regard out-of-pocket donations and the matches they induce as different. The paper shows that match-price elasticities combine con...
Section:Working Papers
by Daniel M. Hungerman | Published On 15 Aug 2018
Market Expanding or Market Stealing? Platform Competition in Bike-Sharing
The recent rise of dockless bike-sharing is dominated by two platforms: one started first in 82 Chinese cities, 59 of which were subsequently entered by the second platform. Using these variations, th...
Section:Working Papers
by Guangyu Cao | Published On 15 Aug 2018
Misallocation in the Market for Inputs: Enforcement and the Organization of Production
The strength of contract enforcement determines how firms source inputs and organize production. Using microdata on Indian manufacturing plants, it shows that production and sourcing decisions appear...
Section:Working Papers
by Johannes Boehm | Published On 15 Aug 2018
The Spread of Deposit Insurance and the Global Rise in Bank Asset Risk since the 1970s
The paper constructs a new measure of the changing generosity of deposit insurance for many countries, empirically model the international influences on the adoption and generosity of deposit insuranc...
Section:Working Papers
by Charles W. Calomiris | Published On 15 Aug 2018
Economic Policy for Artificial Intelligence
Recent progress in artificial intelligence (AI) – a general purpose technology affecting many industries - has been focused on advances in machine learning, which recast as a quality adjusted drop in...
Section:Working Papers
by Ajay K. Agrawal | Published On 01 Jun 2018
Market Integration, Demand and the Growth of Firms: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in India
In many developing countries, the average firm is small, does not grow and has low productivity. Lack of market integration and limited information on non-local products often leave consumers unaware...
Section:Working Papers
by Robert T. Jensen | Published On 01 Jun 2018
The Morbidity Cost of Air Pollution: Evidence from Consumer Spending in China
This paper provides knowledge the first analysis of the morbidity cost of PM2.5 for the entire population of a developing country. To address potential endogeneity in pollution exposure, it constructs...
Section:Working Papers
by Panle Jia Barwick | Published On 01 Jun 2018
Energy Productivity And Energy Demand: Experimental Evidence From Indian Manufacturing Plants
This paper studies a field experiment among energy-intensive Indian manufacturing plants that offered energy consulting to raise energy productivity, the amount plants can produce with e...
Section:Working Papers
by Nicholas Ryan | Published On 01 May 2018
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