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  • Braggion, F., Manconi, A. and Zhu, H. (2020). Credit and social unrest: Evidence from 1930s China Journal of Financial Economics, 138(2):295--315.
  • Gryglewicz, S., Mayer, S and Morellec, E. (2020). Agency Conflicts and Short- versus Long-Termism in Corporate Policies Journal of Financial Economics, 136(3):718--742.
  • Barr, A., Dekker, M., Janssens, W., Kebede, B. and Kramer, B. (2019). Cooperation in polygynous households American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(2):266--283.
  • Buser, T. and Yuan, H. (2019). Do women give up competing more easily? Evidence from the lab and the Dutch Math Olympiad American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(3):225--252.
  • Baştürk, N., Borowska, A., Grassi, S., Hoogerheide, L. and van Dijk, H.K. (2019). Forecast density combinations of dynamic models and data driven portfolio strategies Journal of Econometrics, 210(1):170--186.
  • Bolhaar, J., Ketel, N. and van Der Klaauw, B. (2019). Job search periods for welfare applicants: Evidence from a randomized experiment American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 11(1):92--125.
  • Anufriev, M., Hommes, C. and Makarewicz, T. (2019). Simple Forecasting Heuristics that Make us Smart: Evidence from Different Market Experiments Journal of the European Economic Association, 17(5):1538–1584.
  • Hommes, C. and Lustenhouwer, J. (2019). Inflation targeting and liquidity traps under endogenous credibility Journal of Monetary Economics, 107:48--62.
  • Xianhua Hu (2019). Low Reserve Prices in Auctions Economic Journal.

  • Lucas, A., Schaumburg, J. and Schwaab, B. (2019). Bank Business Models at Zero Interest Rates Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 37(3):542--555.
  • Belot, M., Kircher, P. and Muller, P. (2019). Providing advice to jobseekers at low cost: An experimental study on online advice Review of Economic Studies, 86(4):1411--1447.
  • Baltussen, G., van Bekkum, S. and Da, Z. (2019). Indexing and Stock Market Serial Dependence Around the World Journal of Financial Economics, 132(1):26--48.
  • Boswijk, H., Laeven, R. and Yang, X. (2018). Testing for self-excitation in jumps Journal of Econometrics, 203(2):256--266.
  • Xianhua Hu (2018). English auctions with ensuing risks and heterogeneous bidders Journal of Mathematical Economics.

  • Gautier, P., Muller, P., van der Klaauw, B., Rosholm, M. and Svarer, M. (2018). Estimating Equilibrium Effects of Job Search Assistance Journal of Labor Economics, 36(4):1073--1125.
  • Weber, M., Duffy, J. and Schram, A. (2018). An Experimental Study of Bond Market Pricing The Journal of Finance, 73(4):1857--1892.
  • Janus, P., Lucas, A., Opschoor, A. and van Dijk, D.J.C. (2018). New HEAVY Models for Fat-Tailed Realized Covariances and Returns Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 36(4):643--657.
  • Hu, A., Offerman, T. and Zou, L. (2018). How risk sharing may enhance efficiency of English auctions Economic Journal, 128(610):1235--1256.
  • Florian Sniekers (2018). Persistence and volatility of beveridge cycles International Economic Review.

  • Baillon, A. and Emirmahmutoglu, A. (2018). Zooming in on ambiguity attitudes International Economic Review, 59(4):.