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Author/s: Alejo, Javier; Victor Funes
Date: 2019
his working paper explores the effect of joint labor decisions on the study of wage regression models. The estimation of Mincer equations suffers from numerous sources of bias, including the sample selection problem generated by the fact that the agent decision to work is not independent of the wage. Most of the papers corrects this bias using a model of individual labor participation. However, recent trends in the labor market show greater participation of women in the labor force and seem to indicate that the joint decision of the spouses is increasingly relevant in determining the selection mechanism.
Author/s: Galaso, Pablo; Kovářík, Jaromír
Date: 2018
Editorial: Munich Personal RePEc Archive
Numerous studies in management, sociology, and economics have documented that the architecture of collaboration networks affects the innovation performance of individuals, firms, and regions.
Author/s: Bérgolo, Marcelo ; Ceni Gonzalez, Rodrigo ; Giaccobasso, Matías; Cruces, Guillermo; Pérez-Truglia, Ricardo
Date: 2018
Editorial: AEA Papers and Proceedings
For some entities, the utility-maximizing evasion rate depends substantially on tax audit features, such as audit probabilities and penalty rates. Bergolo et al. (2017) document large misperceptions about these features. In this paper, we expand the analysis of survey data to explore potential sources of these misperceptions. Of all the channels that we explore, recent contact with audits best explains differences in misperceptions.
Author/s: Galaso, Pablo; David E. Andersson, Patricio Saiz
Editorial: Working Papers in Economic History, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Sweden and Spain have developed very distinct systems of innovation over the long term. The former has a highly innovative economy while the latter drags serious problems in science and technology.

Author/s: Bertino, Magdalena
Date: 2009
Author/s: Dean, Andrés
Editorial: Quantum
The aim of the article is to review the theoretical literature that analyses a research problem seldom studied. Why worker cooperatives represent an insignificant proportion of firm’s population and total employment in any contemporary market economy?

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