Upcoming Speaker Series Events
“A Theory of Non-Democratic Redistribution and Public Good Provision”
We study how individual political views shape firm behavior and labor market outcomes. Using new micro-data on the political affiliation of business owners and private-sector workers in Brazil over the 2002–2019 period, we first document the presence of political assortative matching: business owners are significantly more likely to employ…
"Have Online Networks Undermined Local Communities? Evidence from Facebook"
Wioletta is Associate Professor (with tenure) at the Harris School of Public Policy at the University of Chicago. Her main interests lie in applied game theory, political economy and economics of information. Her current research focuses on analyzing how legislative bargaining affects the nature and the efficiency of policies. She is also…
"Morals as Luxury Goods and Political Polarization"
"Bargaining in the Shadow of Uncertainty"