Does Intercropping Improve the Outcomes of Export Assistance Among Kenyan Smallholders?

By Noah Nieting. Macalester College.

Commodity export markets provide opportunities for gains from trade in developing economies, but smallholding farmers remain least likely to access these markets due to… Continue reading Does Intercropping Improve the Outcomes of Export Assistance Among Kenyan Smallholders?

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European Integration as a Determinant of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe, 1995-2013

By Domagoj Babic. Princeton University.

When companies choose to undertake foreign direct investments (FDI) in emerging countries (such as those in Central and Eastern Europe) rather than… Continue reading European Integration as a Determinant of Foreign Direct Investment in Central and Eastern Europe, 1995-2013

Health Consequences of Legal Origin

By Cole Scanlon. Harvard University.

Considerable economic research suggests that the historical origin of a countrys laws is associated with legal rules and economic outcomes. This paper investigates differing public health outcomes of countries with common law legal origin (the British model) and civil law legal origin (the French model). Continue reading Health Consequences of Legal Origin

Financial Development and Economic Growth at Different Income Levels

By Cody Kallen. Washington University of St. Louis.

This paper examines the effects of financial development on growth rates using a sample of countries at different points in time, with the observation for each country beginning at the year it reaches a GDP per capita of $10,000 in constant 2005 dollars. Continue reading Financial Development and Economic Growth at Different Income Levels