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 May 7, 2024

Return to Office and the Tenure Distribution

David Van Dijcke, Florian Gunsilius, Austin Wright
Topics:  Employment & Wages, COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Jun 10, 2023

Isolation and Insurrection: How Partisanship and Political Geography Fueled January 6, 2021

Konstantin Sonin, David Van Dijcke, Austin Wright
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper Apr 3, 2023

Public Response to Government Alerts Saves Lives during Russian Invasion of Ukraine

David Van Dijcke, Mark Polyak, Austin Wright
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper Jun 22, 2022

Refugee Return and Conflict: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Christopher W. Blair, Austin Wright
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper Jan 29, 2022

Rebel Capacity, Intelligence Gathering, and Combat Tactics

Konstantin Sonin, Austin Wright
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper Sep 27, 2021

Science Skepticism Reduced Compliance with COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place Policies in the United States

Adam Brzezinski, Valentin Kecht, David Van Dijcke, Austin Wright
Topics:  COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Jun 18, 2021

Aid Fragmentation and Corruption

Travers B. Child, Austin Wright, Yun Xiao
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper May 14, 2021

Corruption and Political Mobilization: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Luke N. Condra, Austin Wright
Topics:  Uncategorized