Interesting scientific studies

This is a page for scientific and academic studies I've come across. Please let me know in the comments of any interesting scientific studies you might come across. For now, studies are listed alphabetically by author(s). Some studies may be available only to those with access to restricted databases; if you cannot access a study, find my email and let me know; I'll see what I can do.

Dean Baker: The Upward Redistribution of Income: Are Rents the Story?

Abhijit Banerjee, Rema Hanna, Gabriel Kreindler, Benjamin A. Olken: Debunking the Stereotype of the Lazy Welfare Recipient: Evidence from Cash Transfer Programs Worldwide

Nicolas Baumard, Coralie Chevallier: The nature and dynamics of world religions: a life-history approach

Ahmad A. Borazan: On the Way to the Great Depression The Demand Regime of the US Economy (1900-1929)

Ricardo Caballero, Emmanuel Farhi, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas: On the global ZLB economy

Charles W. Calomiris and Stephen H. Haber: If Stable and Efficient Banks Are Such a Good Idea, Why Are They So Rare? From Fragile by Design: The Political Origins of Banking Crises and Scarce Credit

Andreas Glöckner. The irrational hungry judge effect revisited: Simulations reveal that the magnitude of the effect is overestimated

Larry Hamelin: And To No More Settle For Less Than Purity: Reflections on the Kerista Commune. Praxis 1.1

Larry Hamelin: The Fall and Rise of the American Bourgeoisie. Unpublished paper.

Paul Krugman: The Rich, the Right, and the Facts: Deconstructing the Income Distribution Debate in The American Prospect

Philip Mirowski: The Political Movement that Dared not Speak its own Name: The Neoliberal Thought Collective Under Erasure

Michele Piccione and Ariel Rubinstein: Equilibrium in the Jungle

Thomas I. Palley: Why Negative Interest Rate Policy (NIRP) is Ineffective and Dangerous

Simon Wren-Lewis: The Knowledge Transmission Mechanism and Austerity

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