CEBI working paper series

2021

WELFARE REFORMS AND THE DIVISION OF PARENTAL LEAVE, Thomas
Høgholm Jørgensen, Jakob Egholt Søgaard. CEBI Working papers Series,
CEBI WP 09/21
HIGH FREQUENCY INCOME DYNAMICS, Jeppe Druedahl, Michael Graber,
Thomas H. Jørgensen. CEBI Working paper Series, CEBI WP 08/21
INFORMATION FRICTIONS AMONG FIRMS AND HOUSEHOLDS, Sebastian
Link, Andreas Peichl, Christopher Roth, Johannes Wohlfart. CEBI
Working paper Series. CEBI WP 07/21
PUBLIC PENSIONS AND PRIVATE SAVINGS, Esteban Garcia-Miralles,
Jonathan M. Leganza. CEBI Working paper Series, CEBI WP 06/21
REVISITING OFFSETS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY COVERAGE, Benjamin Ly Serena.
CEBI Working paper Series, CEBI WP 05/21
SOCIAL POSITION AND FAIRNESS VIEWS, Kristoffer B. Hvidberg,
Claus T. Kreiner, Stefanie Stantcheva. CEBI Working paper Series,
CEBI WP 04/21
GENDER MIX AND TEAM PERFORMANCE: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN
EXOGENOUSLY AND ENDOGENOUSLY FORMED TEAMS, Ainoa
Aparicio Fenoll, Sarah Zaccagni. CEBI Working paper Series,
CEBI WP 03/21
SICK OF YOUR POOR NEIGHBORHOOD? QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL
EVIDENCE ON NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS ON HEALTH, Linea Hasager,
Mia Jørgensen. CEBI Working paper Series, CEBI WP 02/21

JOINT RETIREMENT OF COUPLES: EVIDENCE FROM
DISCONTINUITIES  IN DENMARK, Esteban Garcia-Miralles,
Jonathan M Leganza. CEBI Working paper Series, CEBI WP 01/21


2020

DOES THE CHILD PENALTY STRIKE TWICE?, Mette Gørtz,
Sarah Sander, Almudena Sevilla. CEBI Working paper Series,
CEBI WP 30/20
TIME PREFERENCES AND MEDICATION ADHERENCE: A FIELD
EXPERIMENT WITH PREGNANT WOMEN IN SOUTH AFRICA,
Kai Barron, Mette Trier Damsgaard, Christina Gravert, Lisa Norrgren.
CEBI Working Paper Series, CEBI WP 29/20

LIQUIDITY CONSTRAINTS AND DEMAND FOR HEALTHCARE: EVIDENCE
FROM DANISH WELFARE RECIPIENTS, Frederik Plesner Lyngse.
CEBI Working paper Serie, CEBI WP 28/20

THE VOLUNTEER'S DILEMMA EXPLAINS THE BYSTANDER EFFECT,
Pol Campos-Mercade. CEBI Working paper Series, CEBI WP 27/20

WHEN ARE GROUPS LESS MORAL THAN INDIVIDUALS?,
Pol Campos-Mercade, CEBI Working paper Series. CEBI WP 26/20

SHE COULD NOT AGREE MORE: THE ROLE OF FAILURE
ATTRIBUTION IN SHAPING THE GENDER GAP IN COMPETITION
PERSISTENCE, Manar Alnamlah, Christina Gravert. CEBI Working
Paper Series. CEBI WP 25/20

RISK EXPOSURE AND ACQUISITION OF MACROECONOMIC
INFORMATION, Christopher Roth, Sonja Settele, Johannes
Wohlfart. CEBI Working Paper Series. CEBI WP 24/20
IDENTIFYING BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO TAX REFORMS: NEW
INSIGHTS AND A NEW APPROACH, Katrine Marie Jakobsen, Jakob
Egholt Søgaard. CEBI Working Paper Series. CEBI WP 23/20
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN SUBMISSION STRATEGIES? A SURVEY OF
EARLY-CAREER
ECONOMISTS. Christina Gravert, Katrine Thornfeldt
Sørensen. CEBI Woking Paper Series. CEBI WP 22/20
ARE CHILDREN'S SOCIO-EMOTIONAL SKILLS SHAPED BY PARENTAL
HEALTH  SHOCKS? Esteban Garcia-Miralles, Miriam Gensowski.
CEBI Working Paper Series. CEBI WP 21/20
DESIGNING INFORMATION PROVISION EXPERIMENTS, Ingar Haaland,
Christopher Roth, Johannes Wohlfart. CEBI Working Paper Series.
CEBI WP 20/20
BAILING OUT THE KIDS: NEW EVIDENCE ON INFORMAL INSURANCE FROM
ONE BILLION BANK TRANSFERS, Asger Lau Andersen, Niels Johannesen,
Adam Sheridan. CEBI Working Paper Series. CEBI WP 19/20

CONSUMER RESPONSES TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS. EVIDENCE FROM BANK
ACCOUNT TRANSACTION DATA, Asger Lau Andersen, Emil Toft Hansen,
Niels Johannesen, Adam Sheridan. CEBI Working Paper Series. CEBI WP 18/20

LIVES OR LIVELIHOODS? PERCEIVED TRADEOFFS AND PUBLIC DEMAND FOR
NON-PHARMACEUTICAL INTERVENTIONS, Sonja Settele, Cortnie Shupe.
CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 17/20
INEQUALITY IN PERSONALITY OVER THE LIFE CYCLE, Miriam Gensowski,
Mette Gørtz, Stefanie Schurer. CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 16/20
DOES BIOLOGY DRIVE CHILD PENALTIES? EVIDENCE FROM BIOLOGICAL AND
ADOPTIVE FAMILIES, Henrik Kleven, Camille Landais, Jakob Egholt Søgaard,
CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 15/20
SENSITIVITY TO CALIBRATED PARAMETERS, Thomas H. Jørgensen, CEBI
Working paper Series. CEBI WP 14/20
EXPOSURE TO THE COVID-19 STOCK MARKET CRASH AND ITS EFFECT ON
HOUSEHOLD EXPECTATIONS
, Tobin Hanspal, Annika Weber, Johannes Wohlfart,
CEBI Working paper Series. CEBI WP 13/20
HOW DO HOUSEHOLDS RESPOND TO JOB LOSS? LESSONS FROM MULTIPLE HIGH-
FREQUENCY
DATA SETS, Asger Lau Andersen, Amalie Sofie Jensen, Niels Johannesen,
Claus T. Kreiner, Søren Leth-Petersen, Adam Sheridan, CEBI Working paper Series,
CEBI WP 12/20
DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF THE TIMING OF DIVORCE ON CHILDREN'S OUTCOMES:
EVIDENCE FROM DENMARK, Jessica Laird, Nick Fabrin Nielsen, Torben Heien Nielsen,
CEBI Working paper Series. CEBI WP 11/20
SHORT- AND LONG TERM CONSEQUENCES OF SERIOUS PARENTAL HEALTH
SHOCKS, Ida Lykke Kristiansen, CEBI Working paper Series. CEBI WP 10/20

MISSING A NURSE VISIT,Jonas Lau-Hirani, Hans Henrik Sivertsen, Miriam Wüst.
CEBI Working paper Series. CEBI WP 09/20

THE TRADING RESPONSE OF INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS TO LOCAL BANKRUPTCIES,
Christine Laudenbach, Benjamin Loos, Jenny Pirschl, Johannes Wohlfart. CEBI
Working paper Series. CEBI WP 08/20
ELITE CAPTURE OF FOREIGN AID: EVIDENCE FROM OFFSHORE BANK ACCOUNTS,
Jørgen Juel Andersen, Niels Johannesen, Bob Rijkers. CEBI Working paper Series.
CEBI WP 07/20
ECONOMIC RESOURCES, MORTALITY AND INEQUALITY, Orazio P. Attanasio,
Torben Heien Nielsen. CEBI Working paper Series. CEBI WP 06/20
BELIEFS ABOUT PUBLIC DEBT AND THE DEMAND FOR GOVERNMENT SPENDING,
Christopher Roth, Sonja Settele, Johannes Wohlfart. CEBI Working paper
Series. CEBI WP 05/20
MARRIAGE AND HOUSEWORK, Cristina Borra, Martin Browning &
Almudena Sevilla. CEBI Working Paper Series. CEBI WP 04/20
NONPARAMETRIC ANALYSIS OF TIME-INCONSISTENT PREFERENCES,
Laura Blow, Martin Browning & Ian Crawford, CEBI Working paper Series,
CEBI WP 03/20

WHAT IS REAL AND WHAT IS NOT IN THE GLOBAL FDI NETWORK,
Jannick Damgaard, Thomas Elkjaer & Niels Johannesen, CEBI Working
paper Series. CEBI WP 02/20

DO YOU HAVE TIME TO TAKE A WALK TOGETHER? PRIVATE AND JOINT
TIME
 WITHIN THE HOUSEHOLD, Martin Browning, Olivier Donni, Mette Gørtz.
CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 01/20

2019

DAYCARE CHOICE AND ETHNIC DIVERSITY: EVIDENCE FROM A RANDOMIZED SURVEY,
Mongoljin Batsaikhan, Mette Gørtz, John Kennes, Ran Sun Lyng, Daniel Monte,
Norovsambuu Tumennasan. CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 14/19 

HOW DO BELIEFS ABOUT THE GENDER WAGE GAP AFFECT THE DEMAND
FOR PUBLIC POLICY? Sonja Settele. CEBI Working paper series, CEBI WP 13/19

HIGHER EDUCATION AND FINANCIAL BEHAVIOR: THE EFFECT OF STUDYING
MATHEMATICS AND ECONOMICS ON FINANCIAL OUTCOMES, Kristoffer
Balle Hvidberg. CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 12/19

SUBJECTIVE MODELS OF THE MACROECONOMY: EVIDENCE FROM EXPERTS
AND A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE, Johannes Wohlfart, Peter Andre,
Carlo Pizzinelli, Christopher Roth. CEBI Working paper series.
CEBI WP 11/19

WHEN NUDGES AREN'T ENOUGH: INCENTIVES AND HABIT FORMATION
IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT USAGE, Christina Gravert, Linus Olsson Collentine.
CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 10/19

PARENTING VALUES MODERATE THE INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION OF
TIME PREFERENCES, Anne Ardila Brenøe, Thomas Epper. CEBI Working paper
series. CEBI WP 09/19

TIME DISCOUNTING AND WEALTH INEQUALITY, Thomas Epper, Ernst Fehr,
Helga Fehr-Duda, Claus T. Kreiner, David Dreyer Lassen, Søren Leth-Petersen,
Gregers Nytoft Rasmussen. CEBI Working paper series. CEBI WP 08/19

DURABLES AND LEMONS: PRIVATE INFORMATION AND THE MARKET FOR CARS,
Richard Blundell, Ran Gu, Søren Leth-Petersen, Hamish Low, Costas Meghir
CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 07/19

HOUSING WEALTH OR COLLATERAL: HOW SPENDING AND HOME EQUITY
EXTRACTION RESPOND TO UNANTICIPATED HOUSING WEALTH GAINS,
Henrik Yde Andersen, Søren Leth-Petersen, CEBI working paper series.
CEBI WP 06/19
SUBOPTIMAL PATERNALISM: ABILITY, BENEVOLENCE, AND SELF-SELECTION
IN CHOOSING FOR OTHERS, David Dreyer Lassen, Felix Sebastian Døssing,
CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 05/19
"COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES OF IODINE DEFICIENCY IN ADOLESCENCE:
EVIDENCE FROM SALT IODIZATION IN DENMARK"
, Benjamin Ly Serena.
CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 04/19

"THE WEALTH OF PARENTS: TRENDS OVER TIME IN ASSOTATIVE MATING
BASED ON PARENTAL WEALTH", Sander Wagner, Diederik Biertien,
Mette Gørtz. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 03/19

"EARMARKED PATERNITY LEAVE AND THE RELATIVE INCOME WITHIN
COUPLES"
, Jeppe Druedahl, Mette Ejrnæs, Thomas H. Jørgensen. 
CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 02/19
"LABOR SUPPLY AND OPTIMIZATION FRICTIONS: EVIDENCE FROM THE
DANISH STUDENT LABOR MARKET
",  Jakob Egholt Søgaard.
CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 01/19

2018

"DO LOWER MINIMUM WAGES FOR YOUNG WORKERS RAISE THEIR EMPLOYMENT? EVIDENCE FROM A DANISH DISCONTINUITY", Claus Thustrup Kreiner, Daniel Reck, Peer Ebbesen Skov. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 05/18
"WEALTH TAXATION AND WEALTH ACCUMULATION: THEORY AND EVIDENCE FROM DENMARK", Katrine Jakobsen, Kristian Jakobsen, Henrik Kleven, Gabriel Zucman. CEBI Working paper series. CEBI Working paper 04/18
"CAN CONSUMERS DISTINGUISH PERSISTENT FROM TRANSITORY INCOME SHOCKS?" Jeppe Druedahl, Thomas H. Jørgensen. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 03/18
"NEONATAL HEALTH OF PARENTS AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN." Claus Thustrup Kreiner, Hans Henrik Sivertsen. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 02/18
"CHILDREN AND GENDER INEQUALITY:EVIDENCE FROM DENMARK". Henrik Jacobsen Kleven, Camille Landais, Jakob Egholt Søgaard. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 01/18

2017

"FINANCIAL TROUBLE ACROSS GENERATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM THE UNIVERSE OF PERSONAL LOANS IN DENMARK". Claus Thustrup Kreiner, Søren Leth-Petersen, Louise C. Willerslev-Olsen. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 01/17
"LONG-RUN SAVING DYNAMICS: EVIDENCE FROM UNEXPECTED INHERITANCES". Jeppe Druedahl, Alessandro Martinello. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 02/17
"TAX EVASION AND INEQUALITY". Anette Alstadsæter, Niels Johannesen, Gabriel Zucman. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP  03/17
"WHO OWNS THE WEALTH IN TAX HAVENS? MACRO EVIDENCE AND IMPLICATIONSFOR GLOBAL INEQUALITY". Anette Alstadsæter, Niels Johannesen, Gabriel Zucman. CEBI working paper series. CEBI WP 04/17