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Global access to preschool has increased dramatically yet preschool quality is often poor.
Journal article | Journal of Urban Economics
Mike Brewer, James Browne, Carl Emmerson, Andrew Hood and Robert Joyce
This paper provides new evidence on the incidence of rent subsidies.
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This paper documents significantly steeper declines in nondurable expenditures at older ages in the United Kingdom compared to the United States, in spite of income paths being similar. Several possible causes are explored, including different employment paths, housing ownership and expenses, ...
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How do average levels of income and wealth differ in Britain for those born between the 1930s and 1980s?
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We examine the effect of obliging employers to enrol employees automatically into a workplace pension scheme. We exploit the phased roll-out of automatic enrolment, by employer size, in the first country to do so nationwide (the UK), to estimate its effect on pension saving among private sector ...
Journal article | The Economic Journal
Oriana Bandiera, Imran Rasul, Martina Viarengo and Myra Mohnen
Journal article | American Economic Journal: Applied Economics
This research project received financial support from the Amsterdam Institute for International Development (AIID), the Economic and Social Research Council via the Network for Integrated Behavioural Sciences (award no. ES/K002201/1), the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research NWO ...
Journal article | AEA Papers and Proceedings
Imran Rasul and Brendon McConnell
We add to the debate by examining the robustness of racial/ethnic sentencing gaps, by gender, when allowing for selection on unobservables. We do so in the context of federal criminal cases, considering 250,000 cases, and using a dataset containing a rich set of covariates relating to defendant and ...
Journal article | Journal of Experimental Political Science
Using a political-frame-free, lab-in-the-field experiment, we investigate the associations between employment status, self-reported political ideology, and preferences for redistribution. The experiment consists of a real-effort task, followed by a four-player dictator game.
Journal article | Journal of Public Economics
Alcohol consumption is associated with costs to society from anti-social behaviour, crime and public costs of policing and health care. These externalities are non-linear in alcohol consumption, with a small number of heavy drinkers creating the majority of the costs. Governments attempt to reduce ...