After a year of revision (adding in marginal cost by type, preferences for redistribution, and refocusing the paper to look at distributional effects of targeting with market power), I’m happy to post the updated version: Subsidy Targeting with Market Power
Our paper on schools in Pakistan has been conditionally accepted at the Review of Economics and Statistics.
We have just updated our paper, “Delivering Education to the Underserved through a Public-Private Partnership Program in Pakistan.” You can find it here: PPRS_Jan31_2020.pdf.
We have updated our Moment Forests paper: momentForests.pdf The paper is currently under review.
My paper with Maria Polyakova, “Subsidy Targeting with Market Power,” is finally under review. A brief synopsis of the paper appeared on Stanford’s front page: https://siepr.stanford.edu/news/entitlement-spending-waste.
We have received an R&R on our Pakistan schools paper [pprs_sept_2018] at the Review of Economics and Statistics.
My paper with Francesco Decarolis and Maria Polyakova is forthcoming at the Journal of Political Economy.
A revised and updated version of my paper with Denis Nekipelov and Paul Novosad, “Moment Forests,” is now available. See here.
An updated version of “Delivering Education to the Underserved through a Public-Private Partnership Program in Pakistan” has been posted here.
After a two-year revision, we have posted a new version of our paper, “Subsidy Design in Privately-Provided Social Insurance: Evidence from Medicare Part D.” This paper was formerly titled “The Welfare Effects of Supply-Side Regulations in Medicare Part D.” The two major c...