Konrad Burchardi
Konrad Burchardi
Associate Professor, Institute for International Economic Studies
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The Economic Impact of Social Ties: Evidence from German Reunification
KB Burchardi, TA Hassan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 128 (3), 1219-1271, 2013
2022013
Migrants, Ancestors, and Investments
K Burchardi, T Chaney, TA Hassan
The Review of Economic Studies 86 (4), 1448–1486, 2019
137*2019
Incentives and the de Soto Effect
TJ Besley, KB Burchardi, M Ghatak
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 127 (1), 237-282, 2012
1282012
Out of Your Mind: Eliciting Individual Reasoning in One Shot Games
K Burchardi, S Penczynski
Games and Economic Behavior 84, 39-57, 2014
112*2014
Naming & Shaming: The impacts of different regimes on hospital waiting times in England and Wales
TJ Besley, G Bevan, KB Burchardi, ...
Centre for economic policy research, 2009
59*2009
Moral Hazard: Experimental Evidence from Tenancy Contracts
K Burchardi, S Gulesci, B Lerva, M Sulaiman
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (1), 281–347, 2019
312019
Immigration, Innovation, and Growth
KB Burchardi, T Chaney, TA Hassan, L Tarquinio, SJ Terry
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
192020
The Role of Finance in the Process of Development: Improving Access versus Reducing Frictions
T Besley, K Burchardi, M Ghatak
8*2021
Language Heterogeneity and Structural Change
KB Burchardi
IIES Working Paper, 2011
42011
Testing Willingness to Pay Elicitation Mechanisms in the Field: Evidence from Uganda
KB Burchardi, J de Quidt, S Gulesci, B Lerva, S Tripodi
12021
Credit Constraints and Demand for Remedial Education: Evidence from Tanzania
K Burchardi, J de Quidt, S Gulesci, M Sulaiman
12020
Three essays in applied microeconomics
KB Burchardi
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2011
2011
Soziale Kontakte und wirtschaftliches Wachstum
K Burchardi, T Hassan
ifo Dresden berichtet 18 (6), 25-26, 2011
2011
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