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The 2018 Budget Speech: Malaysia
Budget speech by Finance Minister of Malaysia.
Institution: Ministry of Finance Malaysia
Section:Budget Reports/Speeches
by Minister of Finance Malaysia | Published On 27 Oct 2018
Budget 2018: Uttar Pradesh Budget Speech
The Finance Minister of Uttar Pradesh Mr. Rajesh Agarwal presented the budget for Uttar Pradesh, for the financial year 2018-19, on 16 February 2018. The total outlay for the year is Rs. 4,28,384.52 c...
Institution: Government of Uttar Pradesh
Section:Budget Reports/Speeches
by Ministry of Finance  | Published On 16 Mar 2018
Budget 2018: Maharashtra Budget Speech Part 1
Budget speech of the Finance Minister of Maharashtra.
Institution: Government of Maharashtra
by Sudhir Mungamtiwar | Published On 09 Mar 2018
Fiscal Policy Effectiveness and Inequality: Efficacy of Gender Budgeting in Asia Pacific
Gender budgeting is a fiscal approach that seeks to use a country’s national and/or local budget(s) to reduce inequality and promote economic growth and equitable development. While literature has exp...
Institution: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy
Section:Working Papers
by Lekha Chakraborty | Published On 08 Mar 2018
What do Self-Reports of Wellbeing Say about Life-Cycle Theory and Policy?
The paper examines a measure of self-reported evaluative wellbeing, the Cantril Ladder, and use data from Gallup to examine wellbeing over the life-cycle. It assesses the validity of the measure, and...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Angus Deaton | Published On 05 Mar 2018
Incentives Can Reduce Bias in Online Reviews
Online reviews are a powerful means of propagating the reputations of products, services, and even employers. However, existing research suggests that online reviews often suffer from selection bias—p...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Ioana Marinescu | Published On 05 Mar 2018
Trade with Correlation
The paper develops a trade model in which productivity—the result of a country’s ability to adopt global technologies—presents an arbitrary pattern of spatial correlation. The model generates the full...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Nelson Lind | Published On 01 Mar 2018
Sticky Expectations and Consumption Dynamics
Macroeconomic models often invoke consumption “habits” to explain the substantial persistence of aggregate consumption growth. But a large literature has found no evidence of habits in microeconomic d...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Christopher D. Carroll | Published On 01 Mar 2018
Bank Liquidity, Credit Supply, and the Environment
The paper evaluates the impact of the credit conditions facing corporations on their emissions of toxic air pollutants. Exploiting cross-county, cross-time shale discoveries that generated liquidity w...
Institution: National Bureau of Economic Research
Section:Working Papers
by Ross Levine | Published On 01 Mar 2018
A New Model of Mergers and Innovation
This paper reexamines the impact of merger on innovation. Unlike as in Federico et al (2017), it considers the scenario where merged firms combine their research labs. It shows that, in equilibrium, e...
Institution: Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai
Section:Working Papers
by Piuli Roy Chowdhury | Published On 01 Mar 2018
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