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Why did the demographic transition, essential condition for development, took hold in 🇫🇷 more than 100 years earlier than in any other country?

My #JMP uses crowdsourced genealogies to comprehensively document the decline in fertility & identify its origins for the first time 🧵
Why does it matter? Without an escape from the Malthusian trap, no sustained growth is possible

👇👇 The hockey stick graph! 🏒🏒
The historical fertility transition first took hold in France *in the 18th century*, before the French Revolution and more than a century earlier than in any other country 🤔
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While we learn more about omicron, let me tell you about a benefit of making the #NGEU recovery plan, including common debt, a permanent feature of the EU A🧵based on my #JMP

“The Safety Demand and Common Fiscal Policy in a Monetary Union”

papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cf…

#econtwitter
Three observations:
1) there is a large, steady, and inelastic safety demand
2) a sudden loss of safe assets played a key role in recent crises
3) only since Covid-19 there is a 'temporary' agreement over shared fiscal responsibilities in the EU, including common debt
In my JMP I argue that these three observations are related. The intuition is as follows
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How helpful are socially connected parents for young workers’ who are entering the labor market? In my #JMP, I use administrative data from Israel to find out.

Website: sites.google.com/view/mulysan

#EconTwitter #EconJobMarket

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Social connections could help by

(1) Alleviating frictions by improving information flows about job openings

(2) Increasing the probability of a match, conditional on having information

I build a matching model to separately identify these mechanisms

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For identification, I compare: (a) firms where a young person has an existing parental contact during their labor-market entry year, with (b) firms where the young person *used to* have a parental contact but left shortly before their labor-market entry year

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Get ready for an exciting quick round of economics research. Each day of this week, I will release a batch of Job Market Videos (JMVs) submitted by Econ students on the market. A JMVs is a 2 min elevator pitch summarizing the candidate's work. Enjoy!! #EconTwitter #JMV2020
1/N Cora (@coraebennett) @UTKnoxville investigates the effect of in-home capital inputs on academic achievement in primary school using an early childhood literacy program. Access to the program leads to null effects on standardized tests. #JMV2020
Title: It's Dolly's World, We're Just Reading in It: The Effects of an Early Childhood Literacy Program
Name: Cora Bennett
Field: Public and Education
Email: corabennett@utk.edu
School: University of Tennessee
Advisor(s): Don Bruce
Personal website: corabennett.org
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Reconstruction laid the groundwork for the early carceral state. This project (part of which is my #jmp) tries to understand how American institutions became so repressive over the course of history.

A THREAD:

(Link to paper here: smazumder.me/files/working-…)

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The incarcerated population exploded in Georgia right after the Civil War. This growth rate actually exceeded the growth rate of modern mass incarceration. So why did this happen?

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You might think that this is just about the end of slavery. It is, but it also isn't.

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