BFI Working Papers

Sharing research in progress—and refining it through rigorous discussion and debate—is a hallmark of scholarship at the Becker Friedman Institute for Economics.
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BFI Working Paper Apr 11, 2024

Access to Credit Reduces the Value of Insurance

Sonia Jaffe, Anup Malani, Julian Reif
Topics:  Financial Markets
BFI Working Paper Mar 4, 2024

Evaluating and Pricing Health Insurance in Lower-Income Countries: A Field Experiment in India

Anup Malani, Cynthia Kinnan, Gabriella Conti, Kosuke Imai, Morgen Miller, Shailender Swaminathan, Alessandra Voena, Bartek Woda
Topics:  Health care
BFI Working Paper Feb 6, 2023

Do Conflict of Interests Disclosures Work? Evidence from Citations in Medical Journals

Christian Leuz, Anup Malani, Maximilian Muhn, Laszlo Jakab
Topics:  Health care
BFI Working Paper Mar 14, 2022

Allocating Scarce Information

Richard T. Holden, Anup Malani, Chris Teh
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper Mar 1, 2022

Seeing the Future: A Better Way to Model and Test for Adaptive Developmental Plasticity

Anup Malani, Stacy Rosenbaum, Susan C. Alberts, Elizabeth A. Archie
Topics:  Early Childhood Education
BFI Working Paper Jan 21, 2022

Vaccine Allocation Priorities Using Disease Surveillance and Economic Data

Anup Malani, Satej Soman, Sabareesh Ramachandran, Alice Chen, Darius Lakdawalla
Topics:  COVID-19, Health care
BFI Working Paper Jan 7, 2022

Using Household Rosters from Survey Data to Estimate All-cause Mortality during COVID in India

Anup Malani, Sabareesh Ramachandran
Topics:  COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Dec 17, 2021

Inequality in India Declined during COVID

Arpit Gupta, Anup Malani, Bartosz Woda
Topics:  COVID-19, Economic Mobility & Poverty