Rafael Lalive
Rafael Lalive
Professor of Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC), University of Lausanne, NCCR LIVES
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On making causal claims: A review and recommendations
J Antonakis, S Bendahan, P Jacquart, R Lalive
The leadership quarterly 21 (6), 1086-1120, 2010
How does parental leave affect fertility and return to work? Evidence from two natural experiments
R Lalive, J Zweimüller
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 124 (3), 1363-1402, 2009
Causality and endogeneity: Problems and solutions
J Antonakis, S Bendahan, P Jacquart, R Lalive
The Oxford handbook of leadership and organizations 1 (6), 93-117, 2014
The coevolution of cultural groups and ingroup favoritism
C Efferson, R Lalive, E Fehr
Science 321 (5897), 1844-1849, 2008
The role of social work norms in job searching and subjective well-being
A Stutzer, R Lalive
Journal of the European Economic Association 2 (4), 696-719, 2004
How do extended benefits affect unemployment duration? A regression discontinuity approach
R Lalive
Journal of econometrics 142 (2), 785-806, 2008
How changes in financial incentives affect the duration of unemployment
R Lalive, J Van Ours, J Zweimüller
The Review of Economic Studies 73 (4), 1009-1038, 2006
The effect of benefit sanctions on the duration of unemployment
R Lalive, JC Van Ours, J Zweimüller
Journal of the European economic association 3 (6), 1386-1417, 2005
Conformists and mavericks: the empirics of frequency-dependent cultural transmission
C Efferson, R Lalive, PJ Richerson, R McElreath, M Lubell
Evolution and Human Behavior 29 (1), 56-64, 2008
Overcoming salience bias: How real-time feedback fosters resource conservation
V Tiefenbeck, L Goette, K Degen, V Tasic, E Fleisch, R Lalive, T Staake
Management science 64 (3), 1458-1476, 2018
Inference with arbitrary clustering
F Colella, R Lalive, SO Sakalli, M Thoenig
IZA Discussion paper, 2019
Unemployment benefits, unemployment duration, and post-unemployment jobs: A regression discontinuity approach
R Lalive
American Economic Review 97 (2), 108-112, 2007
How effective are unemployment benefit sanctions? Looking beyond unemployment exit
P Arni, R Lalive, JC Van Ours
Journal of applied econometrics 28 (7), 1153-1178, 2013
Does early child care affect children's development?
C Felfe, R Lalive
Journal of Public Economics 159, 33-53, 2018
The public health costs of job loss
A Kuhn, R Lalive, J Zweimüller
Journal of health economics 28 (6), 1099-1115, 2009
Parental leave and mothers' careers: The relative importance of job protection and cash benefits
R Lalive, A Schlosser, A Steinhauer, J Zweimüller
Review of Economic Studies 81 (1), 219-265, 2014
Social interactions and schooling decisions
R Lalive, MA Cattaneo
The Review of Economics and Statistics 91 (3), 457-477, 2009
Market externalities of large unemployment insurance extension programs
R Lalive, C Landais, J Zweimüller
American Economic Review 105 (12), 3564-3596, 2015
Benefit entitlement and unemployment duration: The role of policy endogeneity
R Lalive, J Zweimüller
Journal of public economics 88 (12), 2587-2616, 2004
Austrian social security database
J Zweimüller, R Winter-Ebmer, R Lalive, A Kuhn, JP Wuellrich, O Ruf, ...
Available at SSRN 1399350, 2009
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