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Interview with HCEO that includes a discussion of the paper: Parents expecting their children to become entrepreneurs have an incentive to instill these two values in their children.
We also discuss empirical studies documenting the importance of culture and preference heterogeneity for economic growth. Nacroeconomics disagreement between spouses suggests that the extent to which women are empowered should matter for macroecobomics choices. In many developing countries, the institutional framework governing economic life has its roots in the colonial period, when the interests of European settlers clashed with those of the native population or imported slaves.
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An opinion piece by Pamela Druckerman on macroeeconomics. Men prefer other men’s wives to have rights because men care about their own daughters and because an expansion of women’s rights increases educational investments in children.
Working paper maroeconomics October We use the model to assess the impact of the war on female labor supply and fertility in the decades following the war. Journal of Development EconomicsApril Why Johnny Can’t Work A static version of the model that illustrates the main ideas in a simplified framework useful for teaching purposes.
You’ll find more information here. The quantitative predictions of the models are remarkably similar.
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Another key feature of the economy is that the business sector accumulates retained earnings and credits profits to the consumers only with a delay. Given this finding, we investigate the potential political-economic reasons behind the emergence and persistence of child-labor legislation. We develop a theory of parent-child relations that rationalizes the choice between alternative parenting styles as set out in Baumrind The Case of Inflationwith Martin Schneider.
Book Love, Money, and Parenting: Moreover, the responses of winners and losers do not cancel out; instead the policy announcement has persistent effects on aggregate consumption and house prices that propagate through the distribution of wealth.
The paper January The main losers from inflation are rich, old households, the major bondholders in the economy. Consequently, an increase in inequality lowers average education and, therefore, growth.
We develop a theory that integrates private education and fertility decisions with voting on public schooling expenditures. We show that these types of international action on child labor tend to lower domestic political support within developing countries for banning child labor.
Women’s Empowerment and Development: Inflation, Redistribution, Monetary Policy, Housing. If financial markets are imperfect, this results in the stratification of society along occupational lines. In this paper, we argue that differences macroecomomics employment protection can account for a substantial part of these diverging trends.
An overview of my research on economic growth.
Macroeconomics by Matthias Doepke, Andreas Lehnert, Andrew Sellgren
We conclude with an analysis of the role of the family as a driver of political and institutional change. Journal of Economic GrowthMarch An editorial based on the paper in German: In this chapter, we argue that family economics should be an integral part of macroeconomics, and that accounting for the family leads to new answers macroeconomixs classic macro questions.
The main winners are young, middle-class households with fixed-rate mortgage debt. In contrast, in a number of European economies such as Germany and Italy the return to education stayed roughly the same. A podcast with Fabrizio Zilibotti discussing the paper: