This research from Carlos Garriga and Aaron Hedlund reviews the latest research regarding the causes, consequences, and policy implications of housing crises.
This research from Aaron Hedlund examines the effect of down payment requirements on rates of homeownership in the US. He finds that homeownership rates do not exhibit any significant long-run [...]
This analysis highlights the competitive benefits and costs that result from choices in constitutional governance, with a view to the intended functions of a given blockchain.
In this research, the authors present evidence of a “lost cohort” of individuals born in the mid-to-late 1960s—individuals who reached the prime crime age of their twenties in the 1980s—who have [...]
This research examines the effect of political activity on a firm’s value by analyzing the impact of a policy change that increased public disclosure requirements associated with lobbying. In [...]
Concerns about governmental insider trading stem from the possibility that government officials may have access to non-public information that allows them to benefit financially.
In this working paper, Matthew Mitchell and Christopher Koopman use the overlapping regulatory approaches in the vehicle-for-hire industry to create a taxonomy for better understanding regulation [...]