In April the GLO Discussion Paper Series experienced nearly 2500 Downloads totalling to 4000 Downloads since its launch in March 2017.
The Top 10 downloaded GLO Discussion Papers for April 2017 are – provided by EconStor:
1 GLO DP 32 Smog in Our Brains: Gender Differences in the Impact of Exposure to Air Pollution on Cognitive Performance – Download PDF
by Chen, Xi & Zhang, Xiaobo & Zhang, Xin
2 GLO DP 44 Returns to Postgraduate Education in Portugal: Holding on to a Higher Ground? – Download PDF
by Almeida, André & Figueiredo, Hugo & Cerejeira, João & Portela, Miguel & Sá, Carla & Teixeira, Pedro
4 GLO DP 30 Novelty, Knowledge Spillovers and Innovation: Evidence from Nobel Laureates – Download PDF
by Ham, John C. & Weinberg, Bruce A.
5 GLO DP 53 The Impact of Social Pensions on Intergenerational Relationships: Comparative Evidence from China – Download the PDF
by Chen, Xi & Eggleston, Karen & Ang, Sun
6 GLO DP 57 The evolution of inequality in Latin America in the 21st century: What are the patterns, drivers and causes? – Download the PDF
by Bogliacino, Francesco & Rojas Lozano, Daniel
7 GLO DP 33 How Immigrants Helped EU Labor Markets to Adjust during the Great Recession – Download PDF
by Kahanec, Martin & Guzi, Martin
8 GLO DP 52 Back to Bentham, Should We? Large-Scale Comparison of Experienced versus Decision Utility – Download the PDF
by Akay, Alpaslan & Bargain, Olivier B. & Jara, H. Xavier
9 GLO DP 56 Happiness in the Air: How Does a Dirty Sky Affect Mental Health and Subjective Well-being? – Download the PDF
by Zhang, Xin & Zhang, Xiaobo & Chen, Xi
10 GLO DP 51 The Effects of Productivity and Benefits on Unemployment: Breaking the Link – Download the PDF
by Brown, Alessio J. G. & Kohlbrecher, Britta & Merkl, Christian & Snower, Dennis J.
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