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Faculty Scholarship from 2021

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Pharmaceutical opioid marketing and physician prescribing behavior, Svetlana Beilfuss and Sebastian Linde

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Do disease epidemics stimulate or repress entrepreneurial activity?, Aziz N. Berdiev and James W. Saunoris

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Determinants of homelessness in the U.S.: New hypotheses and evidence, Richard J. Cebula and James William Saunoris

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Medicaid expansion and infant mortality: The (questionable) impact of the Affordable Care Act, Amanda Cook and Amanda Teype

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Identifying the corrupt cog in the wheel: Dimensions of supply chain logistics and cross-country corruption, Rajeev K. Goel, Ummad Mazhar, and James W. Saunoris

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Supply chain performance and economic growth: The impact of COVID-19 disruptions, Rajeev K. Goel, James W. Saunoris, and Srishti S. Goel

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Association of multiple hospital affiliations with clinician service use, breadth of procedures, and costs, Sebastian Linde and Svetlana Beilfuss

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The flypaper sticks even when aid travels overseas, Emily C. Marshall, James W. Saunoris, and T. Daniel Woodbury

Faculty Scholarship from 2020

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Dimensions of ethnic diversity and underground economic activity: Cross-country evidence, Aziz N. Berdiev, Rajeev K. Goel, and James W. Saunoris

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The path from ethnic inequality to development: The intermediary role of institutional quality, Aziz N. Berdiev, Rajeev K. Goel, and James W. Saurnoris

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Cross‐country evidence of corruption spillovers to formal and informal entrepreneurship, Aziz N. Berdiev and James W. Saunoris

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Driven underground by (mis)trust?, Aziz N. Berdiev and James W. Saunoris

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Poverty and the shadow economy: The role of governmental institutions, Aziz N. Berdiev, James W. Saunoris, and Friedrich Schneider

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The relationship between entrepreneurial activity and domestic gross state in-migration patterns in the U.S, Richard J. Cebula, Malissa L. Davis, James V. Koch, and James William Saunoris

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Bayesian estimation of a small-scale new Keynesian model with heterogeneous expectations, Christopher J. Elias

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Business operations, contestability, bureaucratic holdup, and bribe solicitations, Rajeev K. Goel, Ummad Mazhar, and James W. Saunoris

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A replication of “Sorting through global corruption determinants: institutions and education matter—not culture” (World Development 2018), Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Design versus utility innovation: Is corruption sanding or greasing the wheels of innovation?, Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Does income inequality sand or grease the wheels of entrepreneurial activity? International evidence, Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Market exit of firms: Does corruption act as grease or sand?, Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Spatial spillovers of pollution onto the underground sector, Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Spatial spillovers of pollution onto the underground sector, Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Where is the entrepreneurship bang for the patenting buck? Utility versus design patents, Rajeev K. Goel and James W. Saunoris

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Corruption and firm tax evasion in transition economies: Results from censored quantile instrumental variables estimation, James E. Payne and James W. Saunoris

Faculty Scholarship from 2019

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Globalization and informal entrepreneurship: A cross-country analysis, Aziz N. Berdiev and James W. Saunoris