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Journal of International Economics, Volume 112, May 2018

Articles

With a little help from my friends: Multinational retailers and China’s consumer market penetration by Charlotte Emlinger, Sandra Poncet

Trade and fisheries subsidies by Basak Bayramoglu, Brian R. Copeland, Jean-Francois Jacques

The buyer margins of firms’ exports by Jeronimo Carballo, Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano, Christian Volpe Martincus

A global lending channel unplugged? Does U.S. monetary policy affect cross-border and affiliate lending by global U.S. banks? by Judit Temesvary, Steven Ongena, Ann L. Owen

Acquisitions, markups, efficiency, and product quality: Evidence from India by Joel Stiebale, Dev Vencappa

Immigration, trade and productivity in services: Evidence from U.K. firms by Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano, Giovanni Peri, Greg C. Wright

Financial frictions and foreign direct investment: Evidence from Japanese microdata by Horst Raff, Michael Ryan, Frank Stähler

Redistributive fiscal policies and business cycles in emerging economies by Amanda Michaud, Jacek Rothert

Does marketing widen borders? Cross-country price dispersion in the European car market by Eyal Dvir, Georg Strasser

Inattentive importers by Kunal Dasgupta, Jordi Mondria

Special Section on the NBER International Seminar on Macroeconomics 2017; Organised by Jeff Frankel and Hélène Rey and edited by Charles Engel

Introduction by Jeffrey Frankel, Hélène Rey

The U.S. Treasury Premium by Wenxin Du, Joanne Im, Jesse Schreger

Default risk, sectoral reallocation, and persistent recessions by Cristina Arellano, Yan Bai, Gabriel Mihalache

Commodity booms and busts in emerging economies by Thomas Drechsel, Silvana Tenreyro

International credit supply shocks by Ambrogio Cesa-Bianchi, Andrea Ferrero, Alessandro Rebucci

The permanent effects of fiscal consolidations by Antonio Fatás, Lawrence H. Summers

Monetary-fiscal interactions and the euro area’s malaise by Marek Jarociński, Bartosz Maćkowiak

URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-international-economics/vol/112/suppl/C

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Food Policy, Volume 77, May 2018

Articles

Review: Meta-analysis of the association between production diversity, diets, and nutrition in smallholder farm households by Kibrom T. Sibhatu, Matin Qaim

Laser-land leveling adoption and its impact on water use, crop yields and household income: Empirical evidence from the rice-wheat system of Pakistan Punjab by Akhter Ali, Imtiaz Hussain, Dil Bahadur Rahut, Olaf Erenstein

Effects of tractor ownership on returns-to-scale in agriculture: Evidence from maize in Ghana by Hiroyuki Takeshima, Nazaire Houssou, Xinshen Diao

Greenhouse gas emissions of food waste disposal options for UK retailers by J.A. Moult, S.R. Allan, C.N. Hewitt, M. Berners-Lee

The role of social networks in the inclusion of small-scale producers in agri-food developing clusters by Matias Ramirez, Paloma Bernal, Ian Clarke, Ivan Hernandez

Exploring the correlation between self-reported preferences and actual purchases of nutrition labeled products by Anna Kristina Edenbrandt, Sinne Smed

A poverty-sensitive scorecard to prioritize lending and grant allocation: Evidence from Central America by Manuel A. Hernandez, Maximo Torero

Effect of government quality grade labels on consumer demand for pork chops in the short and long run by Jayson L. Lusk, Glynn T. Tonsor, Ted C. Schroeder, Dermot J. Hayes

Post-harvest losses reduction by small-scale maize farmers: The role of handling practices by Martin Julius Chegere

Income elasticities for food, calories and nutrients across Africa: A meta-analysis by L. Colen, P.C. Melo, Y. Abdul-Salam, D. Roberts, … S. Gomez Y Paloma

Who do UK consumers trust for information about nanotechnology? by Seda Erdem

How can health, agriculture and economic policy actors work together to enhance the external food environment for fruit and vegetables? A qualitative policy analysis in India by Anne Marie Thow, Garima Verma, Deepa Soni, Divya Soni, … Shweta Khandelwal

URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/food-policy/vol/77/suppl/C

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European Economic Review, Volume 104, May 2018

Articles

Observational and reinforcement pattern-learning: An exploratory study by Nobuyuki Hanaki, Alan Kirman, Paul Pezanis-Christou

Optimal favoritism in all-pay auctions and lottery contests by Jörg Franke, Wolfgang Leininger, Cédric Wasser

The effects of policy uncertainty on investment: Evidence from the unexpected acceptance of a far-reaching referendum in Switzerland by Andreas Dibiasi, Klaus Abberger, Michael Siegenthaler, Jan-Egbert Sturm

Quality uncertainty and intermediation in international trade by Kunal Dasgupta, Jordi Mondria

On the effects of ranking by unemployment duration by Javier Fernández-Blanco, Edgar Preugschat

Strong versus weak ties in migration by Corrado Giulietti, Jackline Wahba, Yves Zenou

Marriage and health: Selection, protection, and assortative mating by Nezih Guner, Yuliya Kulikova, Joan Llull

Search deterrence in experimental consumer goods markets by Alexander L. Brown, Ajalavat Viriyavipart, Xiaoyuan Wang

Constructing strategies in the indefinitely repeated prisoner’s dilemma game by Julian Romero, Yaroslav Rosokha

Discrimination as favoritism: The private benefits and social costs of in-group favoritism in an experimental labor market by David L. Dickinson, David Masclet, Emmanuel Peterle

Poverty accounting by Richard Bluhm, Denis de Crombrugghe, Adam Szirmai

URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/european-economic-review/vol/104/suppl/C

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Demographics and Automation

Daron Acemoglu and Pascual Restrepo

IED Working Papers, 299, March 2018

We argue theoretically and document empirically that aging leads to greater (industrial) automation, and in particular, to more intensive use and development of robots. Using US data, we document that robots substitute for middle-aged workers (those between the ages of 36 and 55). We then show that demographic change—corresponding to an increasing ratio of older to middle-aged workers—is associated with greater adoption of robots and other automation technologies across countries and with more robotics-related activities across US commuting
zones. We also provide evidence of more rapid development of automation technologies in countries undergoing greater demographic change. Our directed technological change model predicts that the induced adoption of automation technology should be more pronounced in industries that rely more on middle-aged workers and those that present greater opportunities for automation. Both of these predictions receive support from country-industry variation in the adoption of robots. Our model also implies that the productivity implications of aging are ambiguous when technology responds to demographic change, but we should expect productivity to increase and the labor share to decline relatively in industries that are most amenable to automation, and this is indeed the pattern we find in the data.

URL: http://www.bu.edu/econ/files/2012/11/demographics_automation_May_7.pdf

Courtesy: Boston University

Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 53, Issue No. 23, 09 June 2018

Editorials

The RSS and Its ‘Liberalism’

The Arithmetic of Opposition Unity

Auditing Fraud

From 50 Years Ago

From 50 Years Ago: De-Indoctrinating Doctors

Margin Speak

Are IITs to Produce Technology Zombies? by Anand Teltumbde

Commentary

Universal Electricity Access – Can Cooperatives Strengthen Electric Connections? by Jennifer Richmond, Anand Patwardhan

Publicly Financed Health Insurance Schemes by Soumitra Ghosh

An Expanded Perspective of Doing Philosophy – Satya Pal Gautam (1951–2018) by Meena Dhanda, Pritam Singh

Writing History with Light – Abbas Attar (1944–2018) by Christian Funke

Book Reviews

Ushering in a New Age by Anu Kumar

Realistic Alternative Technologies and Climate Change by Barbara Harriss-White

Perspectives

Legal Violence and Its Unacknowledged Terrain in Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court by Drishadwati Bargi

Special Articles
Urdu Newspapers in India – Determinant and Conveyor of Muslim Opinion by Abdullah Khan, Aman Vats

Determinants and Efficiency of Stamp Duty Revenue Collection – Evidence from West Bengal by Vivekananda Mukherjee, Paramita Mukherjee

Women, Leverage and Peasant Revolutionary Organisations – The Maoist Organisational Field in Telangana by Juhi Tyagi

Notes

Predicting Food Price Inflation through Online Prices in India by Ritwik Banerjee, Nished Singhal, Chetan Subramanian

URL: https://www.epw.in/journal/2018/23

Courtesy: EPW

Indian Farming, Vol.68, No.3, March 2018

Contents

Pearl millet cultivars developed for A1 zone by S P Singh, Mukesh Sankar S and C Tara Satyavathi

Linseed improvement in oil and fibre quality by Vikender Kaur and Rashmi Yadav

Accounting of water in different systems of rice cultivation by Amit Anil Shahane Y s Shivay

Mulch: a boon for crop management by Jagroop Kaur and Harsimrat K Bons

Melia dubia: a potential tree and source of income generation under agroforestry by Chhavi Sirohi, K S Bangarwa and R S Dhillon

Integrated farming system model for doubling farmers’ income in western Uttar Pradesh by L R Meena, D Kumar, L K Meena, Khushyal Singh, S P Singh and A S Panwar

Value addition of locally adapted underutilized crops by Neetu Sharma, Vishal Dogra and Deep Kumar

Scientific cultivation of water chestnut crop: a boon for poor fishermen by I S Singh, A K Thakur and Dhiraj Prakash

Enhancement of production , income and employment generation through Integrated Farming System by R K Singh and Uttam Kumar Tripathi

Doubling farmers’ income through land-shaping technologies in coastal-salt affected areas by Subhasis Mandal, D Burman, N J Maitra, T K Ghoshal, A Velmurugan, B Mandal and K K Mahanta

Piglet mortality impacts economic loss: Care, management and control by Bhanita Devi, Harshit Verma, P K Bharti and Rishendra Verma

Mushroom production for farmers’ additional income by Tasvina R Borah, Robin Gogoi and R Helim

Courtesy: Indian Farming

World Development, Volume 106, June 2018

Regular Papers

Economic corridors and regional development: The Malaysian experience by Prema-chandra Athukorala, Suresh Narayanan

The effects of climate variability on psychological well-being in India by Sharon Pailler, Magda Tsaneva

The economic consequences of political alienation: Ethnic minority status and investment behavior in a post-conflict society by Egor Lazarev, Vera Mironova

Separating the wheat from the chaff: Signaling in microfinance loans by Jonathan Bauchet, Sugato Chakravarty, Brian Hunter

The promise and peril of paralegal aid by Geoffrey Swenson

Entrepreneurship contribution to the three pillars of sustainable development: What does the evidence really say? by Sabrine Dhahri, Anis Omri

Peace is much more than doves: The economic benefits of bird-based tourism as a result of the peace treaty in Colombia by Jorge H. Maldonado, Rocío del Pilar Moreno-Sánchez, Sophía Espinoza, Aaron Bruner, … John Myers

The political path to universal health coverage: Power, ideas and community-based health insurance in Rwanda by Benjamin Chemouni

An overview of India’s primary school education policies and outcomes 2005–2011 by Ishita Chatterjee, Ian Li, Marie-Claire Robitaille

Power as agency: A critical reflection on the measurement of women’s empowerment in the development sector by Corey O’Hara, Floriane Clement

Unraveling the effect of targeted input subsidies on dietary diversity in household consumption and child nutrition: The case of Malawi by Aurélie P. Harou

The effects of aid agency independence on bilateral aid allocation decisions by Ryan Cardwell, Pascal L. Ghazalian

Flows, leaks and blockages in informational interventions: A field experimental study of Bangalore’s water sector by Tanu Kumar, Alison E. Post, Isha Ray

Resource rents, universal basic income, and poverty among Alaska’s Indigenous peoples by Matthew Berman

The impact of intergovernmental transfers on local revenue generation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Tanzania by Takaaki Masaki

Whose greed, whose grievance, and whose opportunity? Effects of foreign direct investments (FDI) on internal conflict by Andreea S. Mihalache-O’Keef

Gender and capacity building: A multi-layered study of empowerment by Claudia Eger, Graham Miller, Caroline Scarles

Women’s political participation and gender gaps of education in China: 1950–1990 by Yang Yao, Wuyue You

Ineptitude, ignorance, or intent: The social construction of failure in development by Rajesh Venugopal

Education and disability in a conflict affected context: Are children with disabilities less likely to learn and be protected in Darfur? by Parul Bakhshi, Ganesh M. Babulal, Jean-Francois Trani

Success when we deemed it failure? Revisiting sites and services projects in Mumbai and Chennai 20 years later by Kathryn E. Owens, Sumila Gulyani, Andrea Rizvi

City size, deprivation and other indicators of development: Evidence from India by Arup Mitra, Jay Prakash Nagar

Racing to the bottom? Chinese development projects and trade union involvement in Africa by Ann-Sofie Isaksson, Andreas Kotsadam

Identifying the essential ingredients to literacy and numeracy improvement: Teacher professional development and coaching, student textbooks, and structured teachers’ guides by Benjamin Piper, Stephanie Simmons Zuilkowski, Margaret Dubeck, Evelyn Jepkemei, Simon J. King

Blessing and curse. The gold boom and local development in Colombia by Rafael J. Santos

Parlez-vous français? Language and agricultural aid allocation strategies in northern Mali by Emily Maiden, Mark Brockway

Creating an appropriate tenure foundation for REDD+: The record to date and prospects for the future by William D. Sunderlin, Claudio de Sassi, Erin O. Sills, Amy E. Duchelle, … Thu Ba Huynh

Special Section: Social Science Data and Development in Africa

Is women’s empowerment associated with political knowledge and opinions? Evidence from rural Mali by Jaimie Bleck, Kristin Michelitch

Special Section: Symposium on Secondary Towns and Poverty Reduction

Big cities, small towns, and poor farmers: Evidence from Ethiopia by Joachim Vandercasteelen, Seneshaw Temru Beyene, Bart Minten, Johan Swinnen

Special Section: Information, Governance, and Rural Service Delivery

Can information outreach increase participation in community-driven development? A field experiment near Bwindi National Park, Uganda by Mark T. Buntaine, Brigham Daniels, Colleen Devlin

URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/world-development/vol/106/suppl/C

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