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''An Analysis on the Structural Stability of Okun's Law - A Cross Country Study'', with A. Stiassny, Applied Economics, 2002, Vol. 14, 1775 - 1787.
''Bayesian estimation of stochastic volatility models based on OU processes with marginal Gamma law'', with S. Frühwirth-Schnatter, Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 2009, Vol. 61/1, 159-179.
''Sample Autocorrelation Learning in a Capital Market Model'', with K. Pötzelberger, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2004, Vol. 53/2, 215-236.
''Stochastic Equilibrium: Learning by Exponential Smoothing'', with K. Pötzelberger, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, 2003, Vol. 27/10, 1743 - 1770.
''The Economic Role of Jumps and Recovery Rates in the Market for Corporate Default Risk'', with Paul Schneider and Tanja Veza, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2010, Vol. 45, 1517-1547.
The New Women in Black: Firms, Frames, Families and Futures in India’s Legal Profession. American Bar Association Law News, Vol.4, Issue 2, Summer 2013
The Curious Cycle of Non-Lawyers at 17. Research Foundation for Governance in India. 2010
An Overview of Securities Enforcement in Germany. Harvard Law School Seminar of Financial Regulation in a Global Economy. Briefing Paper (cited in Writ No. 08-1191 before the U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit). 2008
Women in the Global Legal Profession: The feminization of law worldwide? (Expert Interview). The Practice “Women as Lawyers and Leaders” Issue, Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession, Vol. 1, Issue 4, May 2015
What India’s Working Women Have That Western Women Don’t. (Expert Interview). Quartz India, April 7, 2016.
In the Media: How Women Lawyers Are Portrayed on TV and in the News. (Expert Podcast Guest). Law School Transparency (LST) Radio
TV’s Influence in The Perception of Women. Bloomberg Law, Big Law Business. November 22, 2016
Adnan, Wifag. "Who gets to cross the border? The impact of mobility restrictions on labor flows in the West Bank." Labour Economics 34 (2015): 86-99.
Adnan, Wifag. "Examining Industry Wage Differentials in the Palestinian Territories." Review of Middle East Economics and Finance 10, no. 2 (2014): 123-150.
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa and Carole Silver*. “Making It (When They Can’t Fake It) Passed and Primed Identities of International J.D. students in U.S. Law Schools.” Revise and resubmit
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa and Hannah Brüeckner. (2017). Kerala’s Gender Paradox: Gulf Migrant Families and Futures
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa and Kalpana Kannabiran. (2017). Do Ask. Do Tell: Gendered Negotiations of the Constitutional Right to Privacy
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa and Rupali Samuel. (2018). Non-Academic Academics: The Non-Linear Trajectories of India’s Women Legal Academics. Gender and Careers in The Legal Academy. Ed. Ulrike Schlutz. Hart Publishing. In Press
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa and Sara Dezalay. (Eds.). (2016). Invisible Institutions. Manuscript in progress
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa*. (2009). Where did we come from? Where do we go? An enquiry into the students and systems of legal education in India. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education Vol. 7 (2) 133-54
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa*. (2017). She Gets The Job Done: Entrenched Gender Meanings and New Returns to Essentialism in India’s Elite Law Firms. Journal of Professions and Organization 4(3): 324-42
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa*. “Nevertheless They Persisted: The Negotiation of Gendered Frameworks in Indian Professional Service Firms.” Revise and resubmit
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa*. (2012). ‘I love my American Job’: Professional Prestige in the Indian Outsourcing Industry and Global Consequences of an Expanding Legal Profession. International Journal of the Legal Profession Vol. 19 (2) 379-404
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa*. (2013). ‘Why is Gender a form of diversity?’ Rising Advantages for Women in Global Indian Law Firms. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies Vol. 20 (2) 1261-89
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa, Priya Fielding-Singh and Devon Magliozzi*. “Intentional Invisibility: Professional Women and the Navigation of Workplace Constrains.” Revise and resubmit
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2005). Rights against the guarantor during insolvency proceedings. Nalsar Student Law Review 51 (1)
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2012). Homeward Bound: What does a global legal education offer the Indian returnees? 80 Fordham Law Review 2441-80
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2013). Professional Prestige in the Indian LPO Industry. Oñati Socio-Legal Series, Vol. 3 (3) 474-511
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2013). ‘Why I am not a Lawyer’ An Institutional Analysis of the Indian National Law School Model and its Implications for Global Legal Education. The State of Legal Education in India: Essays in Honour of Professor Ranbir Singh. Edited by Lokendra Malik. Lexis Nexis, pp. 131-52
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2016). India (International) Inc.: Global Work and the (Re-)Organization of Professionalism in Emerging India. The Routledge Companion to the Professions and Professionalism. Eds. Mike Dent, Ivy Bourgeault, Jean-Louis Denis and Ellen Kuhlmann. Routledge, pp. 265-82
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2017). Women in India’s "Global" Law Firms: Gender Frames and Advantages of New Organizations. The Indian Legal Profession in an Age of Globalization. Eds. David B. Wilkins, Vikramaditya S. Khanna and David M. Trubek. Cambridge University Press, pp. 240-63
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2018). First Generation Elites: India’s Professionals And The Surreptitious Reproduction of Hierarchy. Sociology of Indian Elites, Eds. Surinder Jodhka, Jules Naudet and Gilles Verniers. Oxford University Press. In Press
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2018). Mind Your Language: Ascription Metrics and Assimilation Strategies in International Legal Careers. (with Carole Silver). Ashgate Series on Legal Education, Eds. Elizabeth Mertz, Meera Deo and Mindie Lazarus-Black. Ashgate. In Press
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2018). Present and Future: A Revised Sociological Portrait of the Indian Legal Profession. Lawyers in Society – 30 Years After, Eds. Hilary Sommerlad, Ole Hammerslev, Rick Abel and Ulrike Schultz. Hart Publishing. In Press
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. (2018). Accidental Feminism: Gender Parity and Selective Mobility Among India’s New Professional Elite. Under contract at Princeton University Press
Ballakrishnen, Swethaa. International Commercial Arbitration in India. (2003). Delhi Law Times 72
Bontemps, Christian, and Nour Meddahi. "Testing normality: a GMM approach." Journal of Econometrics 124, no. 1 (2005): 149-186.
Bontemps, Christian, and Thierry Magnac. "Set Identification, Moment Restrictions, and Inference." Annual Review of Economics 0 (2017).
Bontemps, Christian, Jean‐Marc Robin, and Gerard J. Van den Berg. "Equilibrium search with continuous productivity dispersion: Theory and nonparametric estimation." International Economic Review 41, no. 2 (2000): 305-358.
Bontemps, Christian, Thierry Magnac, and Eric Maurin. "Set identified linear models." Econometrica 80, no. 3 (2012): 1129-1155.
Bontemps, Christian, and Nour Meddahi. "Testing distributional assumptions: A GMM aproach." Journal of Applied Econometrics 27, no. 6 (2012): 978-1012.
Brückner, Hannah, and Karl Ulrich Mayer. "De-standardization of the life course: What it might mean? And if it means anything, whether it actually took place?." Advances in Life Course Research 9 (2005): 27-53.
Brückner, Hannah, and Peter S. Bearman: After the Promise: The STD Consequences of Adolescent Virginity Pledges. Journal of Adolescent Health 36:271-278.
Brückner, Hannah, “Surveys,” in Peter Hedstrom and Peter Bearman (eds.), Handbook of Analytical Sociology, Oxford University Press 2009.
Brückner, Hannah, Gender Inequality in the Life Course: Social Change and Stability in West Germany 1975-1995. New York: Transaction Publishers 2004.
Daniel, Karell, "Ethnic Political Mobilization in Contemporary Afghanistan, an Interview with Abdul Rahman Rahmani. Interview included in a special issue commemorating the 15th anniversary of September 11, 2001". Forthcoming, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (2016).
Dave, Chetan, Scott J. Dressler, and Lei Zhang. "The bank lending channel: a FAVAR analysis." Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 45, no. 8 (2013): 1705-1720.
Dave, Chetan. "Are Investment Expectations Rational, Adaptive or Regressive?." Economic Inquiry 49, no. 1 (2011): 212-225.
Dave, Chetan, Catherine C. Eckel, Cathleen A. Johnson, and Christian Rojas. "Eliciting risk preferences: When is simple better?." Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 41, no. 3 (2010): 219-243.
Dave, Chetan, and Kwok Ping Tsang. "Recursive preferences, learning and large deviations." Economics Letters 124, no. 3 (2014): 329-334.
Dave, Chetan, and Scott J. Dressler. "Technology shocks, capital utilization and sticky prices." Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 34, no. 10 (2010): 2179-2191.
Dave, Chetan, and Stefan Dodds. "Nosy preferences, benevolence, and efficiency." Southern Economic Journal 78, no. 3 (2012): 878-894.
England, Paula, “Sometimes the Social Becomes Personal: Gender, Class, and Sexualities.” American Sociological Review 81:4-28. Presented as presidential address to ASA in August 2015. (2016)
England, Paula, Janet Gornick, and Emily Shafer. “How Women's Employment and the Gender Earnings Gap Vary by Education in Seventeen Countries.” Monthly Labor Review, April:20-29.
England, Paula, Lawrence L. Wu, and Emily Fitzgibbons Shafer. “Cohort Trends in Premarital Births: What Role for the Retreat from Marriage?” Demography 50:2075-2104. (2016)
England, Paula, “Emerging Theories of Care Work.” Annual Review of Sociology 31:381-99. (2005)
Fletcher, Tom. Naked Diplomacy: Power and Statecraft in the Digital Age. William Collins, 2016.
Harsch, Michael F. The Power of Dependence: NATO-UN Cooperation in Crisis Management. OUP Oxford, 2015.
Harsch, Michael F. "A Better Approach to Statebuilding: Lessons From "Islands of Stability" Foreign Affairs January 2, 2017.
Harsch, Michael F., Maximilian M. Meduna and Teresa Krug. “As the U.S. gets more involved in Somalia, beware these three fallacies”, Washington Post, July 18, 2017
Harsch, Michael F., and Tyler Y. Headley, " Life after Genocide: Comparing Bosnia and Rwanda" Foreign Affairs, July 2, 2015.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, and Asteris Huliaras, "The Gulf States and the Horn of Africa: A New Hinterland?”. Middle East Policy, December 2017.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, Η Ενεργειακή Σκακιέρα το 2016, OpEd, ΒΗΜΑ της Κυριακής, 17 Ιανουαρίου 2016.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, China and the Geopolitics of Rare Earths Oxford University Press, 2017.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, The EU, US, and China Tackling Climate Change: Policies and Alliances for the Anthropocene , Routledge, 2017.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, “Greece and the GCC: Looking for an Oasis of Support” with A. Huliaras, GreeSE Paper No.96, Hellenic Observatory Papers on Greece and Southeast Europe (January, 2016) pp. 1-34.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, “EU and China: New Partnership for the Anthropocene”, in Energy and Environmental Transformations in a Globalizing World: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue (co-editor with N. Farantouris) Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2015, pp. 66-78.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, “Introduction to Energy and Environmental Transformations in a Globalizing World: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue” (co-editor with N. Farantouris) Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2015, pp. xi-xv.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, After Arab Spring, an EU Winter? CNN.com, November 18, 2011.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, Φυσικό Αέριο: μια επικίνδυνη μέθοδος, OpEd, ΤΟ ΒΗΜΑ, 30 Οκτωβρίου 2013.
Kalantzakos, Sophia, Energy and Environmental Transformations in a Globalizing World: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue (co-editor with N. Farantouris) Nomiki Vivliothiki, 2015.
Kalantzakos, Sophia , Energy & Environmental Transformation in a Globalizing World, 2017
Karell, Daniel, "Aid, Power, and Grievances: Lessons for War and Peace from Rural Afghanistan". The Economics of Peace and Security Journal (2015) 10(2): 43–52.
Karell, Daniel., "Ethnicity and Nationalism in Afghanistan in the Post-2001 Era. Introduction to special issue commemorating the 15th anniversary of September 11, 2001". Forthcoming, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (2016).
Karell, Daniel, "Ethnicity, Citizenship, and the Migration-Development Nexus: The Case of Moroccan Migrants in Spain's North African Exclaves". The Journal of Development Studies (2014) 50(8):1090-103.
Karell, Daniel. "Local peace and contemporary conflict: Constructing commonality and exclusion during war in Afghanistan." Social science research 61 (2017): 75-97.
Karell, Daniel "New Directions in the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism in the Gulf States". Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism (2015) 15(3):508-10.
Karell, Daniel "North Africa's Spain: Peripheral National Identities and the Nation State as Neo-Empire". Nations and Nationalism (2015) 21(3):423-44.
Morton, Rebecca , Jens Blom-Hansen and Søren Serritzlew. "Experiments in Public Management Research", International Public Management Journal forthcoming.
Morton, Rebecca and with Joshua Tucker. "Experiments, Journals, and Ethic", Journal of Experimental Political Science Volume 1(2), Winter 2014, pp 99 - 103.
Morton, Rebecca and Kenneth Williams, From Nature to the Lab: Experimental Political Science and the Study of Causality, Cambridge University Press, 2010,
Morton, Rebecca with Joshua Tucker, "Welcome to JEPS", Journal of Experimental Political Science, Volume 1(1), Spring 2014, pp 1-5
Morton, Rebecca, Bernhard Kittell and Wolfgang Luhan (Eds), Experimental Political Science: Principles and Practices, Palgrave, 2012.
Paik, Christopher, and Tsering Wangyal Shawa. "Altitude and adaptation: A study of geography and ethnic division." Applied Geography 40 (2013): 212-221. doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2013.02.003
Peisakhin, Leonid and Arturas Rozenas. Forthcoming. "Electoral Effects of Biased Media: Russian Television in Ukraine." American Journal of Political Science.
Peisakhin, Leonid, and Paul Pinto. 2010. "Is Transparency an Effective Anti‐corruption Strategy? Evidence from a field experiment in India." Regulation & Governance 4 (3): 261-280.
Peisakhin, Leonid. 2011. "Field Experimentation and the Study of Corruption" in Susan Rose-Ackerman and Tina Søreide, eds. International Handbook on the Economics of Corruption, vol. 2. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing: 335-355.
Peisakhin, Leonid. 2012. "Transparency and Corruption: Evidence from India." Journal of Law and Economics 55 (1): 129-149.
Platas, Melina. "Muslim Education in Africa: Trends and Attitudes toward Faith-Based Schools." The Review of Faith & International Affairs 12, no. 2 (2014): 38-50.
Prager, Laila, "Dangerous Liaisons’: Modern Bio-Medical Discourses and Changing Practices of Cousin Marriage in Southeastern Turkey" In Cousin Marriages Between Tradition, Genetic Risk and Cultural Change, Alison Shaw & Aviad Raz (eds..), pp. 88-109. Oxford: Berghahn Books 2015.
Prager, Laila, Heritage Discourses and Identity Formation in the Contemporary Gulf Region, (Routledge, forthcoming).
Prager, Laila, Sabrina DeTurk and Sarina Wakefield (editors), Gender Constructions and Cultural Representations, (accepted for publication).
Prager, Laila, and Sarina Wakefield, (editors) Museums in Arabia: Artistic and Cultural Processes and Practices, (Routledge, forthcoming).
Prager, Laila. "Bedouinity on Stage. The Rise of The Bedouin Soap Opera (Musalsal Badawi) in Arab Television." Nomadic Peoples 18, no. 2 (2014): 53-77.
Prager, Laila. "Alawi Ziyāra Tradition and Its Interreligious Dimensions: Sacred Places and Their Contested Meanings among Christians, Alawi and Sunni Muslims in Contemporary Hatay (Turkey)." The Muslim World 103, no. 1 (2013): 41-61.
Prager, Laila. "Displaying Origins: Heritage Museums, Cultural Festivals, and National Imageries in the UAE." Horizons in Humanities and Social Sciences: An International Refereed Journal 1, no. 1 (2015).
Prager, Laila. "“Gender and Identity in the Gulf: Cultural,” in: Hawwa (Special Issue 2017).
Prager, Laila. Die Gemeinschaft des Hauses: Religion, Heiratsstrategien und transnationale Identität türkischer Alawi-/Nusairi-Migranten in Deutschland. Vol. 7. LIT Verlag Münster, 2010.
Prager, Laila. Reshaping tribal identities in the contemporary Arab world. Berghahn Journals, 18 (2). The Isle of Harris: The White Horse Press, 2014.
Prajer, Laila, Michael Prager and Guido Sprenger, Parts and Wholes: Essays on Social Morphology, Cosmology, and Exchange. LIT Verlag, 2016.
Prajer, Laila, “The Miracle of Rebirth: Stigmata, Transmigration and the Remembrance of Former Lives in Alawi Religion,” in: Muslim Bodies: Body, Sexuality, and Medicine in Muslim Societies, co-ed. Susanne Kurz, Claudia Preckel & Stefan Reichmuth (LIT Verlag, 2016), 273-301.
Prajer, Laila. "From Linearity to Cognation: The Transformation of Alawi Kinship Terminologies (Southeast Turkey)." Parts and Wholes Essays on Social Morphology, Cosmology, and Exchange, ed. Laila Prager, Michael Prager & Guido Sprenger (LIT Verlag, 2016), 145-163.
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Ramey, Adam J., Jonathan D. Klingler, and Gary E. Hollibaugh Jr. More than a Feeling: Personality, Polarization, and the Transformation of the US Congress. University of Chicago Press, 2017.
Ramey, Adam. "Vox populi, vox dei? Crowdsourced ideal point estimation." The Journal of Politics 78, no. 1 (2016): 281-295.
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Raša Karapandža. Stock Returns and Future Tense Language in 10-K Reports. The Journal of Banking & Finance, Volume 71, October 2016. Covered by The Wall Street Journal.
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Rebecca Morton, "Political Economy Experiments: Introduction". Economic Journal volume 124, issue 574, pages F129-F130, February 2014
Reichelt, Malte and Martin Abraham. “Occupational and regional mobility as substitutes: A new approach to understanding job changes and wage inequality”. Social Forces, 1-28 2017. doi: 10.1093/sf/sow105.
Reichelt, Malte. 'Career progression from temporary employment: How bridge and trap functions differ by task complexity'. European Sociological Review, 31(5), 558-572 2015.
Reuben, Ernesto, and Arno Riedl. "Enforcement of contribution norms in public good games with heterogeneous populations." Games and Economic Behavior 77, no. 1 (2013): 122-137.
Reuben, Ernesto, Christian Traxler, and Frans van Winden. “Advocacy and political convergence under preference uncertainty.” European Economic Review 79 (2015): 16–36.
Reuben, Ernesto, Matthew Wiswall, and Basit Zafar. “Preferences and biases in educational choices and labour market expectations: Shrinking the black box of gender.” The Economic Journal 127, no. 604 (2017): 2153–2186.
Reuben, Ernesto, Paola Sapienza, and Luigi Zingales. "How stereotypes impair women’s careers in science." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111, no. 12 (2014): 4403-4408.
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Reuben, Ernesto, and Arno Riedl. “Public goods provision and sanctioning in privileged groups.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 53, no. 1 (2009): 72–93.
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Reuben, Ernesto, and Jean-Robert Tyran. “Everyone is a winner: Promoting cooperation through all-can-win intergroup competition.” European Journal of Political Economy 26, no. 1 (2010): 25–35.
Reuben, Ernesto, and Matt Stephenson. “Nobody likes a rat: On the willingness to report lies and the consequences thereof.” Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 93 (2013): 384–391.
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