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Kaveh Majlesi
Kaveh Majlesi
Professor of Economics, Monash University
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Importing political polarization? The electoral consequences of rising trade exposure
D Autor, D Dorn, G Hanson, K Majlesi
American Economic Review 110 (10), 3139-83, 2020
10772020
Labor Market Opportunities and Women's Decision Making Power within Households
K Majlesi
Journal of Development Economics 119, 34-47, 2016
1792016
A note on the effect of rising trade exposure on the 2016 presidential election
D Autor, D Dorn, G Hanson, K Majlesi
Appendix to “Importing Political Polarization, 2017
140*2017
Poor Little Rich Kids? The Role of Nature versus Nurture in Wealth and Other Economic Outcomes and Behaviours
SE Black, PJ Devereux, P Lundborg, K Majlesi
The Review of Economic Studies 87 (4), 1683–1725, 2020
131*2020
Stock Market Returns and Consumption
M Di Maggio, A Kermani, K Majlesi
The Journal of Finance 75 (6), 3175-3219, 2020
1152020
Learning to Take Risks? The Effect of Education on Risk-Taking in Financial Markets
SE Black, PJ Devereux, P Lundborg, K Majlesi
Review of Finance, 2018
762018
Intergenerational Transmission of Human Capital: Is It a One-Way Street?
P Lundborg, K Majlesi
Journal of Health Economics, 2018
632018
On the origins of risk‐taking in financial markets
SE Black, PJ Devereux, P Lundborg, K Majlesi
The Journal of Finance 72 (5), 2229-2278, 2017
58*2017
International Import Competition and the Decision to Migrate: Evidence from Mexico
K Majlesi, G Narciso
Journal of Development Economics, 2018
202018
Demand for Low-Skilled Labor and Parental Investment in Children's Education: Evidence from Mexico
K Majlesi
4*
Are liquidity constrained irrelevant after all
K Majlesi
Working Paper 149, FREIT, 2010
12010
Public Opinion, Racial Bias, and Labor Market Outcomes
K Majlesi, S Prina, P Sullivan
2022
Cultural Origins of Investment Behavior
A Ek, G Gokmen, K Majlesi
2022
Three essays on trade and investment in children in developing countries
K Majlesi
2012
Why educated parents have healthier children: Environmental versus genetic factors
K Janke, D Johnston, C Propper, MA Shields, P Engzell, F Tropf, S Black, ...
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