PIEP Conference Previous Papers

Political Institutions and Economic Policy (PIEP) Conference

Selected Previous Papers
  • Austen-Smith, David (2000). Redistributing Income under Proportional Representation. Journal of Political Economy 108(6): 1235-1269.
  • Cox, Gary (2000). The Institutional Determinants of Economic Policy Outcomes. Chapter in Presidents, Parliaments and Policy, edited by Stephan Haggard and Matthew D. McCubbins. Cambridge University Press.
  • Kroszner, Randall S., & Strahan, Philip E. (1999). What drives deregulation? Economics and politics of the relaxation of bank branching restrictions. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 114(4), 1437-1467.
  • Moene, Karl Ove, & Wallerstein, Michael. (2001). Inequality, social insurance, and redistribution. American Political Science Review, 95(4), 859-874.
  • Alesina, A., & La Ferrara, E. (2005). Preferences for redistribution in the land of opportunities. Journal of public Economics89(5-6), 897-931.
  • Diermeier, Daniel, Eraslan, Hülya, & Merlo, Antonio. (2003). A structural model of government formation. Econometrica, 71(1), 27-70.
  • Alesina, Alberto, Glaeser, Edward L., & Sacerdote, Bruce. (2001). Why doesn’t the United States have a European-style welfare state? Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2001(2), 187-278. 
  • Hoff, Karla, & Stiglitz, Joseph E. (2004). After the big bang? Obstacles to the emergence of the rule of law in post-communist societies. American Economic Review, 94(3), 753-763. 
  • Acemoglu, Daron. (2008). The form of property rights: Oligarchic versus democratic societies. Journal of the European Economic Association, 6(1), 1-44. 
  • Banerjee, Abhijit, & Somanathan, Rohini. (2007). The political economy of public goods allocation in India. Journal of Development Economics, 82(2), 287-314. 
  • Fiorina, Morris P., & Abrams, Samuel J. (2008). Political polarization in the American public. Annual Review of Political Science, 11, 563-588. 
  • Nunn, Nathan, & Puga, Diego. (2012). Ruggedness: The blessing of bad geography in Africa. Review of Economics and Statistics, 94(1), 20-36. 
  • Galenianos, Manolis, Pacula, Rosalie Liccardo, & Persico, Nicola. (2012). A search-theoretic model of the retail market for illicit drugs. The Review of Economic Studies, 79(3), 1239-1269. 
  • Glennerster, Rachel, Miguel, Edward, & Rothenberg, Alexander D. (2013). Collective action in diverse Sierra Leone communities. The Economic Journal, 123(568), 285-316. 
  • Hainmueller, Jens, Hiscox, Michael J., & Sequeira, Sandra. (2015). Consumer demand for the Fair Trade label: Evidence from a field experiment. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(2), 242-256.
  • Gorodnichenko, Yuriy, & Roland, Gérard. (2021). Culture, institutions, and democratization. Public Choice, 187, 165-195. 
  • Angelucci, Charles, Meraglia, Simone, & Voigtländer, Nico. (2022). Medieval origins of inclusive institutions. American Economic Review, 112(10), 3441-3487. 
  • Bertrand, Marianne, Bombardini, Matilde, Fisman, Raymond, & Trebbi, Francesco. (2020). Tax-exempt lobbying: Corporate philanthropy as a tool for political influence. American Economic Review, 110(7), 2065-2102.
  • Dziuda, Wioletta, & Howell, William G. (2021). Political scandal: A theory. American Journal of Political Science, 65(1), 197-209.