WORKING PAPERS

Remi Jedwab, Felix Meier zu Selhausen and Alexander Moradi. “The Economics of Missionary Expansion: Evidence from Africa and Implications for Development”, Reject & Resubmit at the Journal of Economic Growth.

 

Remi Jedwab, Daniel Pereira and Mark Roberts. “Cities of Workers, Children, or Seniors: Age Structure and Economic in a Global Cross-Section of Cities”, R&R at Regional Science and Urban Economics.

Remi Jedwab and Amjad Khan. “Pandemics, Migration and Social Cohesion: Lessons from the Past for Policy Responses to COVID-19”, Invited for special submission at The World Bank Research Observer.

Asif Islam, Remi Jedwab and Paul Romer. 2019 “Human Capital Accumulation at Work: Estimates and Implications for Long-Run Economic Growth”. Working paper, under review.

 

Asif Islam, Remi Jedwab, Paul Romer and Daniel Pereira. 2018 “Returns to Experience and the Sectoral Misallocation of Labor”, to be submitted soon.

  

Jason Barr, Jan Brueckner and Remi Jedwab. “Cities without Skylines: Gauging the Impact of Land-Use Regulation around the World”, working paper.

  

Remi Jedwab, Prakash Loungani and Anthony Yezer. “Modern Urban Technology and the Future of the New Urban Giants”, working paper.

 

Marina Gindelsky and Remi Jedwab. “Killer Cities and Industrious Cities? New Data and Evidence on 250 Years of Urban Growth”, Submitted.

 

Remi Jedwab, Felix Meier zu Selhausen and Alexander Moradi. “Christianization without Economic Development: Evidence from Ghana, Under Review.

 

Remi Jedwab, Mark Koyama and Noel Johnson. 2019. “The Effects of Social Distancing in Historical Pandemics”

 

Federico Haslop, Remi Jedwab, Takaaki Masaki, and Carlos Rodriguez. “The Effects of Water Recessions: Evidence from the Lake Chad Post-1945”

 

Brian Blankespoor, Remi Jedwab, Takaaki Masaki, and Carlos Rodriguez. “The Spillover Effects of Conflict: Evidence from the Boko Haram Insurgency”

 

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