Accepted Papers

The following papers have been accepted for publication:

Business Cycles, Trend Elimination, and HP Filter
Peter C. B. Phillips and Sainan Jin

Skill, Agglomeration, and Inequality in the Spatial Economy
Farid Farrokhi

Testing Passive vs. Symmetric Beliefs in Contracting with Externalities
Daiqiang Zhang

Cognition, Optimism and the Formation of Age-Dependent Survival Beliefs
Nils Grevenbrock, Max Groneck, Alexander Ludwig, and Alexander Zimper

Equilibrium Counterfactuals
Gilles Chemla and Christopher A. Hennessy

Homeownership and Housing Transitions: Explaining the Demographic Composition
Eunseong Ma and Sarah Zubairy

Boosting: Why you Can Use the HP Filter
Peter C. B. Philipps and Zhentao Shi

Components of Uncertainty
Vegard H. Larsen

Liquidity and the International Allocation of Economic Activity
Antonio Rodriguez-Lopez

Naturally Occurring Preferences and General Equilibrium: A Laboratory Study
Sean Crockett, Daniel Friedman, and Ryan Oprea

Multimodality in Macro-Financial Dynamics
Tobias Adrian, Nina Boyarchenko, and Domenico Giannone

What is Socialism Today? Conceptions of a Cooperative Economy
John E. Roemer

Structural Analysis of Tullock Contests with an Application to U.S. House of Representatives Elections
Yangguang Huang and Ming He

Gender Biases in Opinion Aggregation
Friederike Mengel

Geographic Mobility and Redistribution
Daniele Coen-Pirani

Price Comparison Websites
David Ronayne

Innovation and Diffusion of Medical Treatment
Barton H. Hamilton, Andres Hincapie, Robert A. Miller and Nicholas W. Papageorge

The Well-Being of Nations: Estimating Welfare from International Migration
Sanghoon Lee, Seung Hoon Lee, and Jeffrey Lin

A Model of Collateral: Endogenizing the Borrowing Constraint
Yu Awaya, Hiroki Fukai and Makoto Watanabe

Firm Dynamics with Frictional Product and Labor Markets
Leo Kaas and Bihemo Kimasa

Uncertainty in Procurement Contracting with Time Incentives
Wenzheng Gao, Daiqiang Zhang and Naibao Zhao

Be Cautious in the Last Month: The Sunk Cost Fallacy Held by Car Insurance Policyholders
Chao Ma

Can the Optimal Tariff be Zero for a Growing Large Country?
Takumi Naito

Consistent Expectations Equilibria in Markov Regime Switching Models and Inflation Dynamics
Marco Airaudo and Ina Hajdini

Dispute Settlement with Second-Order Uncertainty
Mostafa Beshkar and Jee-Hyeong Park

Estimating Border Effects: The Impact of Spatial Aggregation
Cletus Coughlin

Prudent Discounting: Experimental Evidence on Higher-Order Time Risk Preferences
Sebastian Ebert

Search and the Sources of Life-Cycle Inequality
Benjamin Griffy