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randomized control trial, productivity, work-life balance, well-being
COVID-19, work arrangements, housework, childcare
education, age, financial markets
gender quotas, municipal elections, difference in differences, average years of education
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personal income tax, political economy, taxation
Culture, Institutions, Historical Evidence
culture, family ties, pension design
gender pay gap; equal pay; corporate sustainability: reporting directive; ESG; social; mandatory disclosure; discrimination; equal pay
electoral systems, majoritarian, proportional, difference-in-differences
gender quotas, preference votes, municipal elections, regression discontinuity, local public expenditure
women, pension, savings, financial education
financial education, savings, pension, women
political budget cycle, public spending, local politicians, regression discontinuity.
Central Banks; Monetary Policy Committees; Women On Boards; Taylor Rule
distance learning, COVID-19, work arrangements, housework, childcare
child care costs, asymmetric information, growth, tax-transfer scheme, majority voting.
PAYG pension systems, fertility, financial markets, intergenerational
fertility, financial markets, intergenerational transfers, PAYG pension systems
education, female labour supply, gender culture
Covid-19 vaccination, randomized experiment, information transmission
COVID-19 vaccination, information transmission, randomized experiment
comprehensive dataset on taxation and public expenditure;civil liberties, tax structure, public spending composition
gender quotas, municipal elections, difference in differences, age
post-secondary education, university, child care time requirement, managerial
Governance, Gender Diversity, Central Banks, Monetary Policy
gender equality, women's suffrage, family structures, redistribution, gender-specific preferences, historical origins
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