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Replication data for: Disability Benefit Receipt and Reform: Reconciling Trends in the United Kingdom

Richard Blundell, James Banks & Carl Emmerson

Replication data for: Communication, Renegotiation, and the Scope for Collusion

Kai-Uwe Kühn & David J. Cooper

Replication data for: Unemployment Cycles

Jan Eeckhout & Ilse Lindenlaub
The labor market by itself can create cyclical outcomes, even in the absence of exogenous shocks. We propose a theory in which the search behavior of the employed has profound aggregate implications for the unemployed. There is a strategic complementarity between active on-the-job search and vacancy posting by firms, which leads to multiple equilibria: in the presence of sorting, active on-the-job search improves the quality of the pool of searchers. This encourages vacancy posting, which...

Replication data for: Medieval Origins: A Review Essay on Campbell's The Great Transition

Eric Chaney
Bruce M. S. Campbell's The Great Transition: Climate, Disease and Society in the Late-Medieval World is a significant contribution to the growing literature that traces the roots of Europe's economic rise to the climatic and population shocks of the late medieval period. This review essay discusses the empirical, historical, and theoretical support for Campbell's view while highlighting that it struggles to explain why these positive effects were limited to Europe. It then hypothesizes that Europe's...

Replication data for: Pricing-to-Market and the Failure of Absolute PPP

Joseph P. Kaboski & George Alessandria

Replication data for: Inherited Trust and Growth

Yann Algan & Pierre Cahuc
This paper develops a new method to uncover the causal effect of trust on economic growth by focusing on the inherited component of trust and its time variation. We show that inherited trust of descendants of US immigrants is significantly influenced by the country of origin and the timing of arrival of their forebears. We thus use the inherited trust of descendants of US immigrants as a time-varying measure of inherited trust in their country...

Replication data for: Global Cycles: Capital Flows, Commodities, and Sovereign Defaults, 1815-2015

Carmen M. Reinhart, Christoph Trebesch & Vincent Reinhart
Capital flow and commodity cycles have long been connected with economic crises. Sparse historical data, however, has made it difficult to connect their timing. We date turning points in global capital flows and commodity prices across two centuries and provide estimates from alternative data sources. We then document a strong overlap between the ebb and flow of financial capital, the commodity price super-cycle, and sovereign defaults since 1815. The results have implications for today, as...

Replication data for: The Cyclical Volatility of Labor Markets under Frictional Financial Markets

Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau & Etienne Wasmer
We provide a dynamic extension of an economy with search on credit and labor markets (Wasmer and Weil 2004). Financial frictions create volatility. They add an additional, almost acyclical, entry cost to procyclical job creation costs, thus increasing the elasticity of labor market tightness to productivity shocks by a factor of five to eight, compared to a matching economy with perfect financial markets. We characterize a dynamic financial multiplier that is increasing in total financial...

Replication data for: Trade Wars and Trade Talks with Data

Ralph Ossa

Replication data for: Social Preferences and Strategic Uncertainty: An Experiment on Markets and Contracts

Marco Piovesan, Antonio Cabrales, Raffaele Miniaci & Giovanni Ponti
This paper reports a three-phase experiment on a stylized labor market. In the first two phases, agents face simple games, which we use to estimate subjects' social and reciprocity concerns. In the last phase, four principals compete by offering agents a contract from a fixed menu. Then, agents \"choose to work\" for a principal by selecting one of the available contracts. We find that (i) (heterogeneous) social preferences are significant determinants of choices, (ii) for...

DZHW-Absolventenpanel 2005

Kolja Briedis, Thorsten Euler, Michael Grotheer, Sören Isleib, Karl-Heinz Minks, Nicolai Netz, Hildegard Schaeper, Fabian Trennt, Maximilian Trommer & Deutsches Zentrum Für Hochschul- Und Wissenschaftsforschung (DZHW)
Das DZHW-Absolventenpanel 2005 ist Teil der DZHW-Absolventenstudienreihe, in der anhand von standardisierten Befragungen Informationen zu Studium, Berufseintritt, Berufsverlauf und Weiterqualifizierung von Hochschulabsolvent(inn)en erfasst werden. Das erste Absolventenpanel wurde 1989 durchgeführt, seitdem wird jeder vierte Absolvent(inn)enjahrgang (Kohorte) untersucht. Für jede Absolvent(inn)enkohorte werden mehrere Befragungswellen durchgeführt, wobei jede Welle in unterschiedlichem zeitlichen Abstand zum Studienabschluss stattfindet. Beim Absolventenpanel 2005 handelt es sich um die fünfte Absolvent(inn)enkohorte der Studienreihe. Im Unterschied zu vorangegangenen Absolvent(inn)enkohorten ist die Studienphase der...

Replication data for: Overconfidence in Political Behavior

Pietro Ortoleva & Erik Snowberg
This paper studies, theoretically and empirically, the role of overconfidence in political behavior. Our model of overconfidence in beliefs predicts that overconfidence leads to ideological extremeness, increased voter turnout, and stronger partisan identification. The model also makes nuanced predictions about the patterns of ideology in society. These predictions are tested using unique data that measure the overconfidence and standard political characteristics of a nationwide sample of over 3,000 adults. Our numerous predictions find strong support...

Replication data for: Sticky Prices versus Monetary Frictions: An Estimation of Policy Trade-Offs

S. Borağan Aruoba & Frank Schorfheide

Replication data for: Intergenerational Occupational Mobility in Great Britain and the United States since 1850: Comment

Yu Xie & Alexandra Killewald

Replication data for: Health Care Exceptionalism? Performance and Allocation in the US Health Care Sector

Amy Finkelstein, Amitabh Chandra, Chad Syverson & Adam Sacarny

Replication data for: Owner-Occupied Housing: Life-Cycle Implications for the Household Portfolio

Marjorie Flavin & Takashi Yamashita
The paper constructs a model of optimal portfolio allocation incorporating the role of housing as collateral. Current house value is a state variable in the portfolio decision due to a nonconvex adjustment cost. Holding risk aversion constant, the percentage of the portfolio held in stocks is decreasing in the ratio of house value to net wealth; thus an older household with a lower ratio of house value to net wealth will generally hold more its...

Replication data for: Inflation Persistence, the NAIRU, and the Great Recession

Mark W. Watson

Replication data for: The Young, the Old, and the Restless: Demographics and Business Cycle Volatility

Nir Jaimovich & Henry E. Siu
We investigate the consequences of demographic change for business cycle analysis. We find that changes in the age composition of the labor force account for a significant fraction of the variation in cyclical volatility observed in the G7. Since World War II, these countries have experienced dramatic demographic changes, although details regarding timing and nature differ across countries. We exploit this variation to show that the workforce age composition has a large and significant effect...

Replication data for: Political Campaigns and Big Data

Todd Rogers & David W. Nickerson
Modern campaigns develop databases of detailed information about citizens to inform electoral strategy and to guide tactical efforts. Despite sensational reports about the value of individual consumer data, the most valuable information campaigns acquire comes from the behaviors and direct responses provided by citizens themselves. Campaign data analysts develop models using this information to produce individual-level predictions about citizens' likelihoods of performing certain political behaviors, of supporting candidates and issues, and of changing their support...

Replication data for: A Biological Model of Unions

Michael Kremer & Benjamin A. Olken

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