Simon Johnson

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Studies published by Simon Johnson.

Studies lacking replication:

Replicated studies:


  • Simon Johnson, William Larson, Chris Papageorgiou, Arvind Subramanian. Is newer better? Penn World Table Revisions and their impact on growth estimates (JME 2013).
    JEL codes: O11, O40, O47. Methods: Software:
    Data availability unknown; Readme availability unknown; Code availability unknown
    Replicated study: J. Bradford De Long, Lawrence H. Summers, N. Gregory Mankiw, David Romer, David N. Weil, William Easterly, Michael Kremer, Lant Pritchett, Lawrence H Summers, Garey Ramey, Valerie A. Ramey, Jeffrey D. Sachs, Andrew Warner, Anders Åslund, Stanley Fischer, Craig Burnside, David Dollar, Daron Acemoglu, Simon Johnson, James Robinson, Yunyong Thaicharoen, Edward Miguel, Shanker Satyanath, Ernest Sergenti, Asli Demirgüç-Kunt, Luc Laeven, Ross Levine, Philippe Aghion, Peter Howitt, David Mayer-Foulkes, Dani Rodrik, Benjamin F. Jones, Benjamin A. Olken, Robert J. Barro, Ricardo Hausmann. QJE, JEG, AER, JME, JPE, JMCB, BPEA 1992, 2005, 1995, 2000, 1999, 1991, 2004, 1993, 2003.
    JEL codes: F350, O230, O400, O16, O40, G21, G28, O16, N1, O11, E30, N10, E32, C42. Keywords: Bank concentration, Interest margins, Overhead costs, Bank policies, Regulation, Economic reform, Growth episodes, Macroeconomics, Economic reform, Global integration, Capitalism, GDP, Industry, Communism, WTO, IMF, Trade policy, Economic growth, Crises, Economic instability, Exchange rates, Government spending, Inflation, Institutions, Macroeconomic policies, Volatility, The Washington consensus
    Data: -. Type: -. Result: -. Call into question: no. Replication authors statement: -.


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