Boris Gershman
Boris Gershman
Associate Professor of Economics, American University
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Banks, market organization, and macroeconomic performance: An agent-based computational analysis
Q Ashraf, B Gershman, P Howitt
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 135, 143-180, 2017
1392017
How inflation affects macroeconomic performance: an agent-based computational investigation
Q Ashraf, B Gershman, P Howitt
Macroeconomic Dynamics 20 (2), 558-581, 2016
69*2016
Witchcraft beliefs and the erosion of social capital: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond
B Gershman
Journal of Development Economics 120, 182-208, 2016
612016
Неравенство доходов и экономический рост: теоретический обзор
БА Гершман
Экономика и математические методы 45 (2), 19-30, 2009
412009
The economic origins of the evil eye belief
B Gershman
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 110, 119-144, 2015
392015
The two sides of envy
B Gershman
Journal of Economic Growth 19 (4), 407-438, 2014
392014
Subnational diversity in Sub-Saharan Africa: Insights from a new dataset
B Gershman, D Rivera
Journal of Development Economics 133, 231-263, 2018
352018
Capital-skill complementarity and the emergence of labor emancipation
QH Ashraf, F Cinnirella, O Galor, B Gershman, E Hornung
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12822, 2018
282018
Long-run development and the new cultural economics
B Gershman
Demographic Change and Long-Run Development, 221-261, 2017
232017
Неравенство доходов и экономический рост: обзор эконометрических исследований
БА Гершман
Экономическая наука современной России, 2009
162009
Macroeconomics in a self-organizing economy
Q Ashraf, B Gershman, P Howitt
Revue de l'OFCE, 43-65, 2012
82012
Measuring Regional Ethnolinguistic Diversity in Sub-Saharan Africa: Surveys vs. GIS
B Gershman, D Rivera
The World Bank Economic Review 34 (S1), S40-S45, 2020
52020
Envy in the process of development: Implications for Social Relations and Conflict
B Gershman
The Economics of Peace and Security Journal 8 (2), 2013
42013
Witchcraft beliefs as a cultural legacy of the Atlantic slave trade: Evidence from two continents
B Gershman
European Economic Review 122, 103362, 2020
32020
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