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Working Papers

The aim of the NICEP Working Paper Series is to serve as a platform to present the work in progress of NICEP members and associates/speakers and to encourage debate and discussion on our research. You are invited to email the authors with comments and/or suggestions. 

The Working Paper Series Editor is Mattia Bertazzini.

NICEP working papers are freely available online to all and downloadable in PDF format

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2023

NICEP 2023-13: How does democracy cause growth?

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Vanessa Boese-Schlosser and Markus Eberhardt

NICEP 2023-11: Silence kills! Victim-blaming social norms and violence against women

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Sevinç Bermek, Konstantinos Matakos and Asli Unan

NICEP 2023-10: Political correctness and elite prestige

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Esther Hauk and Javier Ortega

NICEP 2023-09: The increase in partisan segregation in the United States

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Jacob R. Brown, Enrico Cantoni, Ryan D. Enos, Vincent Pons and Emilie Sartre

NICEP 2023-07: Can competition reduce conflict?

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Teevrat Garg, Caterina Gennaioli, Stefania Lovo and Gregor Singer

NICEP 2023-06: Panic politics on the US West Coast

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Nicolas Berman, Björn Brey and Jérémy Laurent-Lucchetti

NICEP 2023-04: Garbling an evaluation to retain an advantage

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Ascencion Andina-Diaz and Jose A. Garcia-Martinez

NICEP 2023-02: Black empowerment and white mobilization: The effects of the Voting Rights Act

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Andrea Bernini, Giovanni Facchini, Marco Tabellini and Cecilia Testa

NICEP 2023-01: Collective screening

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Vincent Anesi and Peter Buisseret

 

2021

NICEP 2021-06: Slanted media does not increase police killings

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Charles Crabtree and Michael Poyker

NICEP 2021-05: Covid–19 and the media

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Maxim Ananyev, Michael Poyker and Yuan Tian

NICEP 2021-04: Pork, infrastructure and growth: Evidence from the Italian railway expansion

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Roberto Bonfatti, Giovanni Facchini, Alexander Tarasov, Gian Luca Tedeschi and Cecilia Testa

NICEP 2021-03: Politicians' neighbourhoods: Where do they live and does it matter?

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Olle Folke, Linna Martén, Johanna Rickne and Matz Dahlberg

NICEP 2021-01: The economic impact of political instability and mass civil protest

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Samer Matta, Michael Bleaney and Simon Appleton

 

2020

NICEP 2020-08: Wage effects of employer-mediated transfers

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Santiago Garriga and Dario Tortarolo

NICEP 2020-07: It takes two to tango: Labour responses to an income tax holiday in Argentina

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Dario Tortarolo, Guillermo Cruces and Victoria Castillo

NICEP 2020-06: The Brexit referendum and the rise in hate crime; conforming to the new norm

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Facundo Albornoz, Jake Bradley and Silvia Sonderegger

NICEP 2020-04: Christian missions and anti-gay attitudes in Africa

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Maxim Ananyev and Michael Poyker

NICEP 2020-03: The safest time to fly: Pandemic response in the era of Fox News

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Maxim Ananyev, Michael Poyker and Yuan Tian

NICEP 2020-02: The first and last word in debates: Plaintive plaintiffs

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Elena D'Agostino and Daniel J. Seidmann

NICEP 2020-01: Foreign influence and domestic policy

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Toke S Aidt, Facundo Albornoz and Esther Hauk

 

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