Describes a comprehensive geographic information system of Third-Republic France: the TRF-GIS.
The scarcity of men due to the war generated an upward shift in female labor force participation that persisted throughout the interwar period.
Noisy signaling model that highlights how uncertainty about the type of potential autocratic successors might paradoxically provide incentives for elite investment.
Married female immigrants to the U.S. who speak a language with sex-based grammatical rules exhibit lower labor force participation, hours worked, and weeks worked.
Noisy signaling model that highlights how uncertainty about the type of potential autocratic successors might induce economic elites to support a democratic transition.
The pervasiveness of gender distinctions in grammar is strongly correlated with the adoption of political gender quotas.