David Weiss


1. "Why Not Settle Down Already?" A Quantitative Analysis of the Delay in Marriage,
International Economic Review (2016), 57: 425–452. With Cezar Santos

      Winner of the UWIN Best Paper Award on Gender Economics, 2014.

2. Mining Surplus: Modeling James A. Schmitz’s Link Between Competition and Productivity ,
International Economic Review (2018), 59: 1015–1034. With Jeremy Greenwood

3. Financial Risk and Unemployment,
International Economic Review (2019), 60:475-516. With Zvi Eckstein and Ofer Setty

4. Women's Liberation as a Financial Innovation,
Journal of Finance (2019), 77:2915-2956. With Moshe Hazan and Hosny Zoabi

     Online Appendix for "Women's Liberation as a Financial Innovation"

     Media Attention:
      Marginal Revolution.
      Eurasia Review.

5. Why did Rich Families Increase their Fertility? Inequality and Marketization of Child Care ,
Journal of Economic Growth, 2018. 23:427-463. With Michael Bar, Oksana Leukhina, Moshe Hazan, and Hosny Zoabi

     Previously circulated under the name "Is The Market Pronatalist? Inequality, Differential Fertility, and Growth Revisited"
     Media Attention:
      Quartz 1.
      Quartz 2.
      VoxEU: Careers and Families of High-Skilled Women in the Age of Inequality.
      Career Women and the Family – A New Perspective on the Role of Minimum Wage.

6. The Politics of CEOs,
Journal of Legal Analysis (2019), 11:1-45. With Alma Cohen, Moshe Hazan, and Roberto Tallarita
     Media Attention:
      New York Times.       New York Times, shorter version.       Translated into Hebrew for The Marker.
      Marginal Revolution.
      Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance.

Working Papers:

Politics and Gender in the Executive Suite,
With Alma Cohen and Moshe Hazan
Revision requested at the Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization.
     Media Attention:
      Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance.

Money under the Mattress: Inflation and Lending of Last Resort,
With Gadi Barlevy, Daniel Bird, and Daniel Fershtman
Revision requested at the Journal of Economic Theory.

Highly Educated Women Are No Longer Childless: The Role of Marketization,
With Moshe Hazan and Hosny Zoabi
Revision requested at Economics Letters.
This paper previously circulated as part of a working paper titled “Marketization and the Fertility of Highly Educated Women along the Extensive and Intensive Margins”.

Women's Liberation, Household Revolution,
With Moshe Hazan and Hosny Zoabi

Work in Progress:

Risky Income, Risky Families: Marriage and Divorce in a Volatile Labor Market
with Cezar Santos

Fertility and Gendered Income
with Moshe Hazan and Hosny Zoabi

Some other cool stuff, stay tuned!