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Economics - Master's degree

 

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  • Manuelli, Lucas (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    In this paper we aim to test the extent of labor risk sharing exists in thai village economies. Specifically we test the null hypothesis of full risk sharing at the village level. We outline a simple planner's problem that ...
  • Sripakdeevong, Parit (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Amador Werning Angeletos (2006) characterize the conditions under which optimal saving/ consumption decision are determined by a minimum savings policy. I test this model empirically against data from the Townsend Thai ...
  • Swift, Henry Spencer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    Workers in similar occupations cluster, much like firms in similar industries. This may be due to firm clustering, but I propose a supply-side mechanism that may also provide an explanation. When workers face a risk of ...
  • Johnson, Lynn Christine, 1976- (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    I investigate whether voters judge the performance of their governor on taxes by comparing him to governors from neighboring states. If voters do make these comparisons, it creates "yardstick competition," where governors ...
  • Lee, Joonhwan; Fernández-Val, Iván (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    This paper considers fixed effects estimation and inference in linear and nonlinear panel data models with random coefficients and endogenous regressors. The quantities of interest - means, variances, and other moments of ...
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