American Econ Rev


American Economic Review, 112(10)


Persistent Overconfidence and Biased Memory: Evidence from Managers
David Huffman, Collin Raymond and Julia Shvets [Google Scholar]

Religious Festivals and Economic Development: Evidence from the Timing of Mexican Saint Day Festivals
Eduardo Montero and Dean Yang [Google Scholar]

Posterior Separable Cost of Information
Tommaso Denti [Google Scholar]

Valid t-Ratio Inference for IV
David S. Lee, Justin McCrary, Marcelo J. Moreira and Jack Porter [Google Scholar]

Credit, Attention, and Externalities in the Adoption of Energy Efficient Technologies by Low-Income Households
Susanna B. Berkouwer and Joshua T. Dean [Google Scholar]

Demagogues and the Economic Fragility of Democracies
Dan Bernhardt, Stefan Krasa and Mehdi Shadmehr [Google Scholar]

Fake News, Voter Overconfidence, and the Quality of Democratic Choice
Melis Kartal and Jean-Robert Tyran [Google Scholar]

Reference Dependence in the Housing Market
Steffen Andersen, Cristian Badarinza, Lu Liu, Julie Marx and Tarun Ramadorai [Google Scholar]

How Merchant Towns Shaped Parliaments: From the Norman Conquest of England to the Great Reform Act
Charles Angelucci, Simone Meraglia and Nico Voigtländer [Google Scholar]