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gender, labor supply, employment, wage differentials, parenting, education
gender, economics profession, academic labor market
academic labor market, economics profession, gender
public finance, political economy, direct democracy, government spending, deficits, budget, regression discontinuity
impulse response function, local projection, shock, fiscal policy, monetary policy
voting, electoral systems, gender bias, regression discontinuity
Voter Turnout, Electoral System, Open List, Regression Discontinuity
voting behavior, rally behind the leader, difference-in-differences
air pollution, health, labour supply, productivity
economic policy uncertainty, civil war, social conflict, agrarian reform, natural language processing, tf-idf
fiscal policy, local fiscal multipliers, spillovers
impuestos, gasto público, instituciones, confianza, economía pública, economía política, COVID-19; taxes, public spending, institutions, trust, public economics, political economy, COVID-19
Accountability, Corruption, Political Fragmentation, Economic Crisis
Bargaining, Elections, Government Formation, Political Economy, Regression Discontinuity
inequality, COVID-19, well-being
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