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Agglomeration: A long-run panel data approach
This paper studies the sources of agglomeration economies in cities. We begin by incorporating within and cross-industry spillovers into a dynamic spatial equilibrium model in order to obtain a panelExpand
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Media Bias in Financial Newspapers: Evidence from Early-Twentieth-Century France
The financial market was well developed in France in the years before World War I, and there were many newspapers that provided information to investors. Yet commentators at the time faulted theExpand
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Cities, Lights, and Skills in Developing Economies
In developed economies, agglomeration is skill-biased: larger cities are skill-abundant and exhibit higher skilled wage premia. This paper characterizes the spatial distributions of skills in Brazil,Expand
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Agglomeration: A Dynamic Approach
This paper studies the sources of agglomeration economies in cities. We begin by introducing a simple dynamic spatial equilibrium model that incorporates spillovers within and across industries, asExpand
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Cities, Lights, and Skills in Developing Economies
In developed economies, agglomeration is skill-biased: larger cities are skill-abundant and exhibit higher skilled wage premia. This paper characterizes the spatial distributions of skills in Brazil,Expand
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Cities, lights, and skills in developing economies
Abstract In developed economies, agglomeration is skill-biased: larger cities are skill-abundant and exhibit higher skilled wage premia. This paper characterizes the spatial distributions of skillsExpand
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Trade and Real Wages of the Rich and Poor: Cross-Country Evidence ⇤
Trade liberalization a↵ects real-wage inequality through two channels: the distribution of nominal wages across workers and, if the rich and the poor consume di↵erent bundles of goods, theExpand
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