Berkeley Economic Review - Volume XII (Spring 2022)

Read Online Professor Ted Miguel interviewed by Griffin Shufeldt and Dhoha Bareche

Slum Growth in Peruvian Districts by Pulkit Aggarwal

Did the Clean Air Act Improve Environmental Justice Disparities? by 

Jared Jageler

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume XI (Spring 2021)

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Do Repeated Weather Shocks Have Long-Run Effects? An Analysis of India's Famine Era by Adithya Raajkumar (Columbia University)

Evaluating the Impact of Chinese and World Bank Foreign Aid Projects on Preferences for Democracy in Tanzania by Johanna Edin and Ossian Granit (Stockholm School of Economics)

Professor/Researcher/Graduate Student Interviews: Don Moore, Ella Derenoncourt and Nicholas Otis


Berkeley Economic Review - Volume X (Fall 2020)

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Beyond Damages: Explaining variation in states’ FDI loss from adverse ISDS rulings by Connor M. Brennan (Georgetown University)

Combatting Coronavirus Constructively: Determinants of Health Status Outcomes and Inequalities in the European Union by Annamara Rimmer (University of Cambridge)

Variables Impacting Water Demand for Residents of the New York City Housing Authority by Cameron Somerville (University of British Columbia)

Professor/Researcher/Graduate Student Interviews: Fernando Hoces De La Guardia, Hyuncheol Bryant Kim and Steven Vogel

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume IX (Spring 2020) 

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Measuring the Impact of MiFID II on Information Asymmetries using Microstructure Models by Erik Senn (Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen)

Professor Interviews: Andres Rodriguez-Clare, Emmanuel Saez, David Roland-Holst, Jeeyang Rhee Baum, Meredith Lynn Fowlie

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume VIII (Fall 2019)

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The Impact of Knowledge Economy Factors on Total
Factor Productivity: Evidence from the Asian Leaders
by Laure Fleury (Maastricht University, Netherlands)

The Impact of the Introduction of the UK National Living
Wage on the Employment Probabilities of Low Wage
by Brian O'Connor (University of Nottingham, UK)

First-degree Price Discrimination and Quality
Customisation Under Data Protection Regulations
by Tao Chen (University College London, UK)

Assessing Whether People's Locations Predict Attitudes
Towards a US Federal Minimum Wage Increase by Saleel Huprikar (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

Professor/Researcher/Graduate Student Interviews: Clair Brown, Stephen Pratten, Wei Guo, Mathieu Pedemonte, and Zachary Bleemer

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume VI(Spring 2019)

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Curbing or Displacing Deforestation? The Amazon Blacklist policy by João Pedro Vieira (Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Intertemporal Relationships between Bid Price and Number of Bids: Evidence from Singapore’s Vehicle Quota System by Luther Yap (University of Cambridge, UK)

Contests with Uncertainty on Success Functions: Theory and Applications by Alvaro Enrique Aguirre Moya (London School of Economics, UK)

Professor Interviews: David Roland-Holst, Christopher Walters, Gabriel Zucman

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume VI (Fall 2018)

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Essay Contest: Subsidizing College Tuition

Time Discipline and Southern Railroads Increased Watch Availability Raising Labor Costs by David Abraham (University of Chicago, USA)

The Sino-African Relationship: An Empirical Study of the Effect of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment on Illicit Financial Flows in Africa by Fatima Ezzahra Daif (Yale-NUS College, Singapore)

Real Exchange Rate Volatility and Economic Growth: A Panel Data Investigation by Federico Pessina (University of Warwick, UK)

Professor Interview: Dmitry Taubinsky

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume V (Spring 2018)

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Essay Contest: The Economic Impact of Refugee Immigration

Noise Complaints and School Performance: Evidence from New York City by Eric Qian (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA)

Singapore's Primary 1 Registration: Redesigning the School Choice Mechanism by Ruru Hoong (Stanford University, USA)

Human Capital Investment: An Examination of the Cyclicality of Bachelor's Degrees Conferred by Field of Study by Mark Vandre (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume IV (Fall 2017)

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Essay Contest: Universal Basic Income

Sanctioning Russia: A Forecasting Model of Economic Effects Under Alternative Oil Price Scenarios by Forrest Daugherty (Princeton University, USA)

Transitional Communities or Poverty Traps?: An Assessment of Slum Residents' Upward Mobility Potential in Delhi, India by Dev Flanagan (Boston University, USA)

Professor Interview: Professor Alan Auerbach

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume III (Spring 2017)

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Essay Contest: Trump's Economic Policies

Does Hiding Criminal Record Affect Labor Market Outcomes? Evidence from "Ban the Box" Laws by Jin Deng (Nanjing University, China) and Zixin Lambert Li (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

An Application of the Phillips Curve to the Indian Economy by Shambhavi Tiwari (Columbia University, USA)

Macrorprudential Policy and Non-Bank Finance: Implications for Commercial Real Estate Credit by Aidan T. Thornton (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

Professor Interview: Professor Stefano Dellavigna

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume II (Fall 2016)

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Essay Contest: Brexit

Determining Yuan Valuation: An Extension of the IMF External Balance Assessment Approach by Shantanu Banerjee (University of Texas at Austin, USA)

The Dampener on Urban Development: The Persistence of the Informal Sector in Mexico and its Repercussions on Growth by Jinchen Zou (Yale University, USA)

The Monetary Policy Effects of Sweden's Transition Towards a Cashless Society: An Economic Analysis by Therese Dalebrant (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

Effects of Board Gender Diversity on Firm Performance and Director Compensation in India by Christopher Siantar (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on Racial Disparities in Health Care for Working-Age Adults in the United States by Alesa Zhang (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

Professor Interview: Professor Shachar Kaiv

Berkeley Economic Review - Volume I (Spring 2016)

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Essay Contest: Corporate Social Responsibility

Gold, Trust, and Political Attitudes: Evidence from Ghana by Roxanne Rahnama (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

High Tech Industry and Housing Supply in San Jose, CA: ex copia parum by John Paraskevopoulos (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

Professor Interview: Professors Ray Hawkins, David Romer, and Ted Miguel