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Treatment Effects with Heterogeneous Externalities
Arduini, Tiziano, Eleonora Patacchini, and Edoardo Rainone. "Treatment Effects with Heterogeneous Externalities." Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, forthcoming.
Inequality, Growth, Poverty, and Lunar Eclipses: Policy and Arithmetic
Basu, Kaushik, and S. Subramanian. "Inequality, Growth, Poverty and Lunar Eclipses: Policy and Arithmetic." Development and Change, (May 2019).
Individual Preferences and Democratic Processes: Two Theorems with Implications for Electoral Politics
Basu, Kaushik, and Tapan Mitra. "Individual Preferences and Democratic Processes: Two Theorems with Implications for Electoral Politics." Social Choice and Welfare, (2019).
Student Spotlight: Nivedita Vatsa '17
Recent Economics graduate, Nivedita Vatsa '17, says "a broad liberal arts education brought depth to my work. My economics thesis centered on child poverty and I found that so many other classes – a class on adolescent development, a class about policy evaluation, a class on sampling methods – enriched my work by helping me connect ideas and research methods across disciplines."
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