Stinebrickner, Ralph, Todd Stinebrickner, and Paul Sullivan (2019). "Job Tasks, Time Allocation, and Wages," Journal of Labor Economics, 37(2).
Meurs, Mieke and Rita Ismaylov (2019). Improving Assessments of Gender Bargaining Power: A Case Study from Bangladesh, Feminist Economics 25(1).
Yesuf, Mahmud and Randall Bluffstone (2019). Consumption Discount Rates, Risk Aversion and Wealth in Low-Income Countries: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Rural Ethiopia, Journal of African Economies, Volume 28, Issue 1.
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