Finding•Nov 18, 2022
On the Geographic Implications of Carbon Taxes
Bruno Conte, Klaus Desmet, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg
Carbon taxes, which are levied on the carbon emissions required to produce goods and services,...
Topics: Energy & Environment
Finding•Nov 16, 2022
Subjective Performance Evaluation, Influence Activities, and Bureaucratic Work Behavior: Evidence From China
Alain de Janvry, Guojun He, Elisabeth Sadoulet, Shaoda Wang, Qiong Zhang
For many workers and their managers, the end of the year brings an often-dreaded ritual—not...
Topics: Employment & Wages
Insights / Podcast episode•Nov 30, 2022
Economic Warfare: Are Russian Sanctions Working?
Tess Vigeland, Konstantin Sonin
Ten months into a devastating war, the Russian and Ukrainian economies are struggling yet resilient....
Insights / Podcast episode•Nov 15, 2022
Fighting Inflation: Is the Fed’s Work Just Beginning?
Tess Vigeland, Anil Kashyap
The Federal Reserve’s latest 75 basis point rate hike brought interest rates up again on...