WORKING PAPERS

 

Jason Barr, Jan Brueckner and Remi Jedwab. “Cities without Skylines: Gauging the Impact of Land-Use Regulation around the World”, R&R at the Journal of Urban Economics. 

Marina Gindelsky and Remi Jedwab. “Killer Cities and Industrious Cities? New Data and Evidence on 250 Years of Urban Growth”, 2nd Round R&R at the Journal of Economic Geography. 

Remi Jedwab, Mark Koyama and Noel Johnson. “Pandemics, Populations and Places: Evidence from the Black Death”, R&R at the Journal of Economic Growth.

Remi Jedwab, Elena Ianchovichina & Federico Haslop. “Consumption Cities: Novel Considerations and Evidence”, to be submitted soon.

 

Remi Jedwab, Paul Romer, Asif Islam & Roberto Samaniego. “Returns to Experience and the Sectoral Misallocation of Labor across Sectors, Occupations, Locations and Cities”.

Roberto Samaniego, Remi Jedwab, Paul Romer & Asif Islam. “Scars of Pandemics from Lost Schooling and Experience: Aggregate Implications and Gender Differences Through the Lens of COVID-19”, to be submitted soon.

 

Remi Jedwab, Roman David Zarate, Federico Haslop, Takaaki Masaki and Carlos Rodriguez. “The Real Effects of Climate Change in Poor Countries: Evidence from the Permanent Shrinking of Lake Chad”.

 

Remi Jedwab, Brian Blankespoor, Takaaki Masaki and Carlos Rodriguez. “Estimating the Spillover Economic Effects of Foreign Conflict: Evidence from Boko Haram and its Impact on Trade and Cities”.

 

Remi Jedwab. “Urbanization without Industrialization: Evidence from Consumption Cities in Africa”, working paper.