Publications récentes des titulaires de la Chaire


Michael Huberman

Technology and Geography in the Second Industrial Revolution: New Evidence from the Margins of Trade, avec C. M. Meissner et K. Oosterlinck,  Journal of Economic History 77 (2017): 39-89.

International Competition in the First Wave of Globalization: New Evidence on the Margins of Trade, avec C. Bertran, Economic History Review, 69 (2016): 258-87.

Labor Movements, In Larry Neal and Jeffrey G. Williamson, Editors, The Cambridge History of Capitalism, Vol.II, New York, Cambridge University Press, 2014

Labor Market History, In Randall Parker and Robert Whaples, Editors, Handbooks of Modern Economic History, New York, Routledge, pp.226-34, 2013


Baris Kaymak

The evolution of wealth inequality over half a century: the role of taxes, transfers and technology, avec M. Poschke, Journal of Monetary Economics, 77:1, 2016. Résumé VoxEU (anglais) Critique de Prof. Seto à Jotwell (anglais) Commentaires de Prof. Ales à la conférence Carnegie-Rochester-NYU sur les politiques publiques.

Transitional dynamics and the optimal progressivity of income redistribution, avec O. Bakis et M. Poschke, Review of Economic Dynamics, 18:3, 2015.

Post-schooling training investment and employer learning, Journal of Human Capital, 8:3, 2014.

The rising skill premium and deunionization in the United States, avec O. Acikgoz, Journal of Monetary Economics, 61:3, 2014.

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