Academic journal article NBER Reporter

Public Economics

Academic journal article NBER Reporter

Public Economics

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The NBER's Program on Public Economics met in Cambridge on April 10 and 11, 2014. Program Co-director Raj Chetty of Harvard University and Research Associate Emmanuel Saez of the University of California, Berkeley, chose these papers to discuss:

* Mark Duggan and Amanda Starc, University of Pennsylvania and NBER, and Boris Vabson, University of Pennsylvania, "Who Benefits when the Government Pays More? Pass-Through in the Medicare Advantage Program"

* Marcus Hagedorn, Institute for Advanced Studies; Fatih Karahan, Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Iourii Manovskii, University of Pennsylvania and NBER; and Kurt Mitman, University of Pennsylvania, "Unemployment Benefits and Unemployment in the Great Recession: The Role of Macro Effects" (NBER Working Paper 19499)

* Koichiro Ito, Boston University and NBER, and James Sallee, University of Chicago and NBER, "The Economics of Attribute-Based Regulation: Theory and Evidence from Fuel-Economy Standards"

* Paul Carrillo, George Washington University, and Dina Pomeranz and Monica Singhal, Harvard University and NBER, "Tax Me if You Can: Evidence on Firm Misreporting Behavior and Evasion Substitution"

* Stefano Giglio, University of Chicago and NBER; Matteo Maggiori, New York University and NBER; and Johannes Stroebel, New York University, "Very Long-Run Discount Rates"

* Dayanand Manoli, University of Texas, Austin and NBER, and Nicholas Turner, Department of the Treasury, "The Impact of Taxpayer Notifications on EITC Use and Earnings"

* Robert McClelland and Shannon Mok, Congressional Budget Office, and Kevin Pierce, Statistics of Income, Internal Revenue Service, "Labor Force Participation Elasticities of Women and Secondary Earners within Married Couples"

* Victoria Bryant, Statistics of Income, Internal Revenue Service; David Grusky and Pablo Mitnik, Stanford University; and Michael Weber, Statistics of Income, Internal Revenue Service, "New Estimates of Intergenerational Economic Mobility Using Tax Return Data"

* Clemens Fuest, ZEW and the University of Mannheim, and Andreas Peichl and Sebastian Siegloch, IZA and the University of Cologne, "Do Higher Corporate Taxes Reduce Wages? …

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