Forthcoming Articles

The following papers have been accepted and will appear in future issues of Econometrica. The links below lead to the final accepted papers in their working paper formats. The papers will be copyedited and typeset for publication.

Learning From Reviews: The Selection Effect and the Speed of Learning

Acemoglu, Daron, Ali Makhdoumi, Azarakhsh Malekian, and Asu Ozdaglar

Tasks, Automation, and the Rise in US Wage Inequality

Acemoglu, Daron, and Pascual Restrepo

Optimal Taxation of Income-Generating Choice

Ales, Laurence, and Christopher Sleet

Volatility and the Gains from Trade

Allen, Treb, and David Atkin

Robust Empirical Bayes Confidence Intervals

Armstrong, Timothy B., Michal Kolesár and Mikkel Plagborg-Møller

(S)Cars and the Great Recession

Attanasio, Orazio, Kieran Larkin, Morten O. Ravn, and Mario Padula

Full Information Equivalence in Large Elections

Barelli, Paulo, Sourav Bhattacharya, and Lucas Siga

Achieving Scale Collectively

Bassi, Vittorio, Raffaela Muoio, Tommaso Porzio, Ritwika Sen, and Esau Tugume

A Negishi Approach to Recursive Contracts

Bloise, Gaetano, and Paolo Siconolfi

Information Hierarchies

Brooks, Benjamin, Alexander Frankel, and Emir Kamenica

Market Competition and Political Influence: An Integrated Approach

Callander, Steven, Dana Foarta and Takuo Sugaya

Gender Differences in Peer Recognition by Economists

Card, David, Stefano DellaVigna, Patricia Funk, and Nagore Iriberri

Comment on Andrews (1991) "Heteroskedasticity and Autocorrelation Consistent Covariance Matrix Estimation"

Casini, Alessandro

Preparing for the Worst But Hoping for the Best: Robust (Bayesian) Persuasion

Dworczak, Piotr, and Alessandro Pavan

General equilibrium effects of cash transfers: experimental evidence from Kenya

Egger, Dennis, Johannes Haushofer, Edward Miguel, Paul Niehaus, and Michael Walker

Rules and Commitment in Communication: An Experimental Analysis

Fréchette, Guillaume R., Alessandro Lizzeri and Jacopo Perego

Productivity Dispersion, Between-Firm Competition, and the Labor Share

Gouin-Bonenfant, Émilien

Invidious Comparisons: Ranking and Selection as Compound Decisions

Gu, Jianying, and Roger Koenker

Reply: Invidious Comparisons: Ranking and Selection as Compound Decisions

Gu, Jianying, and Roger Koenker

Fiscal Rules and Discretion under Limited Enforcement

Halac, Marina, and Pierre Yared

Comment on Gu and Koenker, “Invidious Comparisons: Ranking and Selection as Compound Decisions”

Hirano, Keisuke

Nexus Tax Laws and Economies of Density in E-Commerce: A Study of Amazon’s Fulfillment Center Network

Houde, Jean-François, Peter Newberry, and Katja Seim

Household Leverage and the Recession

Jones, Callum, Virgiliu Midrigan, and Thomas Philippon

Monetary Policy, Redistribution, and Risk Premia

Kekre, Rohan, and Moritz Lenel

Comment on “Invidious Comparisons: Ranking and Selection as Compound Decisions”

Kline, Patrick

Experimentation and Approval Mechanisms

McClellan, Andrew

Multinationals, Monopsony, and Local Development: Evidence from the United Fruit Company

Méndez, Esteban, and Diana Van Patten

Comment on “Invidious Comparisons: Ranking and Selection as Compound Decisions”

Mogstad, Magne, Joseph P. Romano, Azeem M. Shaikh, and Daniel Wilhelm

Uneven Growth: Automation’s Impact on Income and Wealth Inequality

Moll, Benjamin, Lukasz Rachel, and Pascual Restrepo

Market Size and Spatial Growth - Evidence from Germany’s Post-War Population Expulsions

Peters, Michael

The Converse Envelope Theorem

Sinander, Ludvig

Structural Rationality in Dynamic Games

Siniscalchi, Marciano

A General Framework for Robust Contracting Models

Walton, Daniel, and Gabriel Carroll