Princeton University, Department of Economics
Minimum Wages, Housing Rents, Capitalization, Spatial Equilibrium, Price Levels
Populism, Agency problems, Observational learning, Yardstick competition, Signaling
Political agency, Yardstick competition, Populism, Observational learning, Signaling
uncoordinated environmental regulation, transboundary pollution, race to the bottom, race to the top, tax competition
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Divergence, Probabilistic Voting, Supermajority, Legislative Bargaining, Geographical Polarization
minimum wage; geographical mobility; intergovernmental competition; immigrants; race to the top
Preferences for redistribution, Overconfidence, Political ideology, Political distrust, Meritocracy
Support for Redistribution, School Bullying, Long-Run Impact
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