oxford economic papers Volume 70 Number 1 January 2018 ISSN 0030-7653 (PRINT) ISSN 1464-3812 (ONLINE) Does altruism matter for remittances? 225 By Alexis Antoniades, Ganesh Seshan, Roberto Weber, and Robertas Zubrickas Information transmission within federal ﬁscal architectures: 243 theory and evidence oxford By Axel Dreher, Kai Gehring, Christos Kotsogiannis, and Silvia Marchesi The cost of capital in a model of ﬁnancial intermediation 266 with coordination frictions economic By Oana Peia and Radu Vranceanu Multiple borrowing and adverse selection in credit markets 286 By Eric Van Tassel papers Volume 70 Number 1 January 2018 https://academic.oup.com/oep contents Assessing Piketty’s second law of capitalism 1 By Jakob B. Madsen, Antonio Minniti, and Francesco Venturini Women voters and trade protectionism in the interwar years 22 By Alan de Bromhead Heterogeneous ﬁrms and informality: the effects of trade 47 liberalization on labour markets By Dennis Becker Changing social preferences and optimal redistributive taxation 73 By Jang-Ting Guo and Alan Krause Double limit analysis of optimal personal income taxation 93 By Michael Sattinger Positional preferences and efﬁcient capital accumulation when 114 households exhibit a preference for wealth By Sugata Ghosh and Ronald Wendner Status competition and benevolence in social networks 141 By Yao-Yu Chih Financial strain in the United Kingdom 163 By Declan French The welfare effects of involuntary part-time work 183 By Daniel Borowczyk-Martins and Etienne Lale The German employment miracle in the Great Recession: the 206 signiﬁcance and institutional foundations of temporary working-time reductions By Alexander Herzog-Stein, Fabian Lindner, and Simon Sturn Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/oep/article-abstract/70/1/iv/4762420 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 16 March 2018 O OEP 70(1)Cover.indd 1 EP 70(1)Cover.indd 1 1 13-12-2017 19:53:03 3-12-2017 19:53:03
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