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Russia and Oil — Out of Control

Torbjörn Becker, SITE

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And the Lights Went Out – Measuring the Economic Situation in Eastern Ukraine

Tom Coupe, KSE/KEI
Michał Myck, CenEA
Mateusz Najsztub, CenEA

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Global Inequality – What Do We Mean and What Do We Know?

Jesper Roine, SITE

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Spatial Wage Inequality in Belarus

Aleh Mazol, BEROC

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Expanding Leniency to Fight Collusion and Corruption

Reinaldo Diogo Luz, UFMG Law School
Giancarlo Spagnolo, SITE

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Highly Educated Women No Longer Have Fewer Kids

This policy brief summarizes evidence that the cross-sectional relationship between fertility and women’s education in the U.S. has recently become U-shaped. The number of hours women work has concurrently increased with their education. The theory that the authors advance is that raising children and home-making...
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Strategic Aid Financing

Donor countries often face a Samaritan’s dilemma when trying to implement political conditionality in bilateral aid. Giving through multinational organizations can mitigate this problem: Recipient nations are de-facto competing for funds, which restores their incentives to comply even with non-enforceable conditions. Donor nations might therefore...
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