Research

 
PAPERS & PUBLICATIONS:

 
  • «  Retirement Consumption & Pension Design  »
    with Jonas Kolsrud, Daniel Reck & Johannes Spinnewijn
    [Slides] [Abstract]
  • «  Should We Insure Workers or Jobs During Recession?  »
    Prepared for the Journal of Economic Perspectives, with Giulia Giupponi, & Alice Lapeyre
    [Abstract] [Online Appendix]
  • «  Consumption Dynamics in the COVID Crisis: Real Time Insights from French Data  »
    with David Bounie, Youssouf Camara, Etienne Fize, John Galbraith, Chloe Lavest, Tatiana Pazem & Baptiste Savatier
    [Abstract]
  • «  Subsidizing Labor Hoarding in Recessions: The Employment & Welfare Effects of Short Time Work  »
    with Giulia Giupponi
    Revisions requested Review of Economic Studies
    [Abstract] [Slides] [VOX-EU Summary for Broader Public] [VOX-Talks Podcast]
    [Building Effective STW in COVID Crisis]
  • «  Choice in Insurance Markets: A Pigouvian Approach to Social Insurance Design  »
    with Nathan Hendren & Johannes Spinnewijn
    Annual Review of Economics vol.13: 457?86, 2021
    [Abstract]
  • «  Does Biology Drive Child Penalties? Evidence from Biological and Adoptive Families  »
    with Henrik Kleven & Jakob Sogaard
    American Economic Review: Insights , 3, 183-198, 2021.
    [Abstract]
  • «  Risk-based Selection in Unemployment Insurance: Evidence and Implications  »
    with A. Nekoei, Peter Nilsson, David Seim, & Johannes Spinnewijn
    American Economic Review Vol. 111, No. 4, April 2021
    [Abstract] [Slides] [VOX-EU Summary for Broader Public]
  • «  The Value Of Unemployment Insurance  »
    with Johannes Spinnewijn
    Forthcoming Review of Economic Studies
    [Slides] [Online Appendix] [Abstract]
  • «  Taxation and Migration: Evidence and Policy Implications  »
    with Henrik Kleven, Mathilde Munoz and Stefanie Stantcheva
    Journal of Economic Perspectives , 34 (2): 119-142, 2020.
    [Abstract]
  • «  Child Penalties Across Countries: Evidence and Explanations  »
    with Henrik Kleven, Johanna Posch, Andreas Steinhauer, and Josef Zweimuller
    AEA Papers & Proceedings 109: 122-126, 2019
    [Abstract]
  • «  The Optimal Timing of Unemployment Benefits: Theory and Evidence from Sweden  »
    with Jonas Kolsrud, Peter Nilsson and Johannes Spinnewijn
    American Economic Review 108 (4-5): 985-1033, 2018
    [Abstract] [Online Appendix] [Slides] [MicroEconomic Insight for Broader Public]
  • «  Gender Inequality and Economic Development: Fertility, Education, and Norms  »
    with Henrik Kleven
    Economica 84: 180-209, 2017.
    [Abstract]
  • «  The Effect of Tax Enforcement on Tax Elasticities: Evidence from Charitable Contributions in France  »
    with Gabrielle Fack
    Journal of Public Economics, Volume 133, January 2016, Pages 23-40.
    A previous version of the paper was circulated under the title « Charitable giving and tax policy in the presence of tax cheating: Theory and evidence from the US and France  »
    [Abstract] [Slides]
  • «  Market Externalities of Large Unemployment Insurance Extension Programs  »
    with Rafael Lalive & Josef Zweimuller
    American Economic Review 105(12): 3564-3596, 2015.
    [Abstract] [Slides] [Online Appendix] [Data & Programs] [VOX-EU Summary for Broader Public]
  • «  Assessing the Welfare Effects of Unemployment Benefits Using the Regression Kink Design  »
    American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 7(4): 243-278, 2015.
    [Abstract] [Slides] [Online Appendix] [Data & Programs]
  • «  Migration and Wage Effects of Taxing Top Earners: Evidence from the Foreigners' Tax Scheme in Denmark  »
    with Henrik Kleven & Emmanuel Saez & Esben Schultz
    Quarterly Journal of Economics , 129 (1): 333-378, 2014.
    [Abstract] [Slides] [VOX-EU Summary for Broader Public]
  • «  Are Tax Incentives For Charitable Giving Efficient? Evidence from France  »
    with Gabrielle Fack
    American Economic Journal: Economic Policy
    , 2(2): 117-41, 2010.
    [Abstract]
 
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