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We document large differences among regions of the United States in the trends of the black/white earnings gap among full‐time workers from 1976 to 2017. Outside the South, the earnings of black workers grew more slowly than those of non‐Hispanic white workers. These relative decreases were much...
Gerrymandering, the drawing of electoral boundaries for political advantage, is a controversial political topic. Previous theoretical work has treated gerrymandering as a one‐stage strategic game against nature, but this paper treats drawing districts as the first stage in a two stage game where...
This paper studies the implications of innovation offshoring and reshoring for long‐run productivity growth in a North–South framework that features a tension in the firm‐level innovation location decision between accessing technical knowledge in an asset‐wealthy country and sourcing low‐cost...
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