The publications of our faculty, researchers and graduates testify to the wealth of the research conducted at the Graduate Institute. We present here the books, book chaptersjournal articlestheses, and working papers and reports issued during the past twelve months, considering that the complete production is available in the institutional repository. On this page you will find the recent working papers and reports.

Aggregate Uncertainty and Sectoral Productivity Growth: The Role of Credit Constraints

Sangyup Choi, Davide Furceri, Yi Huang and Prakash Loungani. International Economics Department Working Paper 9/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. March 2017.
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Career Dynamics and Gender Gaps among Employees in the Microfinance Sector

Ina Ganguli, Ricardo Hausmann and Martina Viarengo. WIDER Working Paper 117. Helsinki: UNU-WIDER. May 2017.
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The Changing International linkages of Switzerland: An Overview

Cédric Tille. International Economics Department Working Paper 14/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. August 2017.
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The Consumption Response to Minimum Wages: Evidence from Chinese Households

Ernest Dautovic, Harald Hau and Yi Huang. International Economics Department Working Paper 1/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. January 2017.
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The Cyclicality of International Public Sector Borrowing in Developing Countries: Does the Lender Matter?

Arturo J. Galindo and Ugo Panizza. International Economics Department Working Paper 17/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. August 2017.
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Does Greece Need More Official Debt Relief? If So, How Much?

Jeromin Zettelmeyer, Eike Kreplin and Ugo Panizza. PIIE Work Paper 17-6. Washington, DC.: Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE). April 2017.
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The Effect of Opposite Sex Siblings on Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills in Early Childhood

Martina Viarengo, Laura Cyron and Guido Schwerdt. ADBI Working Paper 627. Tokyo: Asian Development Bank Institute. December 2016.
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Follow-the-Leader? Measuring the Internationalisation of Law

Shaun Larcom, Luca A. Panzone and Timothy Swanson. CIES Research Paper 50. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. March 2017.
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Germanyʼs Expanding Role in Global Health

Ilona Kickbush and others. Lancet Series “Germany and Health” 2. 3 July 2017.
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Identities and Public Policies: Unintended Effects of Political Reservations for Women in India

Guilhem Cassan and Lore Vandewalle. International Economics Department Working Paper 18/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. October 2017.
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Lessons Unlearned? Corporate Debt in Emerging Markets

Laura Alfaro, Gonzalo Asis, Anusha Chari and Ugo Panizza. NBER Working Paper 23407. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research. November 2017. doi:10.3386/w23407.
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Nation-Building through Compulsory Schooling during the Age of Mass Migration

Oriana Bandiera, Myra Mohnen, Imran Rasul and Martina Viarengo. March 2017.
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Non-linearities in the Relationship between Finance and Growth

Ugo Panizza. International Economics Department Working Paper 12/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. May 2017.
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A Note on the Economics of Philanthropy 

Nathalie Monnet and Ugo Panizza. International Economics Department Working Paper 19/2017. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. September 2017.
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Reputation, Regulation and the Collapse of International Capital Markets, 1920–1935

Marc Flandreau. CEPR Discussion Paper 11747. London: Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). January 2017.
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SDGs and Health: A Vision for Public Policy

Zoe Boutilier, Ilona Kickbush, Ali Mehdi, Sunisha Neupane, Miriam Sangiorgio, Michaela Told, Peter Taylor. Policy Brief. G20 Insights Platform. May 2017.
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Transfer of Improved Varieties in Informal Markets and the Diffusion of Embedded Innovation: Experimentation with Genetic Resources in Uganda

Martina Bozzola, Tim Swanson and Helena Ting. CIES Research Paper 46. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. December 2016.
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Weather and Income: Effect on Household Saving and Well-being in South Africa

Martina Bozzola, Helena Ting and Timothy Swanson. CIES Research Paper 49. Geneva: The Graduate Institute. February 2017.
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