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 Oct 19, 2021

Telemigration and Development: On the Offshorability of Teleworkable Jobs

Richard Baldwin, Jonathan Dingel
Topics:  Employment & Wages, COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Jan 29, 2021

Measuring Movement and Social Contact with Smartphone Data: A Real-time Application to COVID-19

Victor Couture, Jonathan Dingel, Allison Green, Jessie Handbury, Kevin R. Williams
Topics:  COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Jan 11, 2021

Spatial Economics for Granular Settings

Jonathan Dingel, Felix Tintelnot
Topics:  Uncategorized
BFI Working Paper Jun 29, 2020

Trade and Domestic Production Networks

Felix Tintelnot, Ayumu Ken Kikkawa, Magne Mogstad, Emmanuel Dhyne
Topics:  Uncategorized
White Paper Jun 19, 2020

How Many Jobs Can be Done at Home?

Jonathan Dingel, Brent Neiman
Topics:  Employment & Wages, COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Apr 18, 2020

Childcare Obligations Will Constrain Many Workers When Reopening the US Economy

Jonathan Dingel, Christina Patterson, Joseph S. Vavra
Topics:  COVID-19
BFI Working Paper Aug 19, 2019

The Effects of Foreign Multinationals on Workers and Firms in the United States

Bradley Setzler, Felix Tintelnot
Topics:  Employment & Wages
BFI Working Paper Apr 18, 2019

The Production, Relocation, and Price Effects of US Trade Policy: The Case of Washing Machines

Aaron Flaaen, Ali Hortaçsu, Felix Tintelnot
Topics:  Industrial Organization, Tax & Budget