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Book
RUSSIAN-INDONESIAN COOPERATION: Past, Present and Development Prospects

Wahid Supriyadi M., Mosyakov D., Kanaev E. et al.

M.: Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2020.

Article
Trade and the spatial distribution of transport infrastructure

Felbermayr G., Tarasov A.

Journal of Urban Economics. 2022. Vol. 130.

Book chapter
An informational framework for studying social norms

J. Tremewan, Vostroknutov A.

In bk.: A Research Agenda for Experimental Economics. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2021. P. 19-42.

Working paper
Reforming international trade policy: NLP-based content analysis of the recent history of debates

Zhokhov M., Galeev A.

Экономические реформы конца XX века: опыт и уроки новейшей истории. WP11. Высшая школа экономики, 2022

Paper of Aleksei Smirnov in American Economic Journal: Microeconomics

Congratulations to Aleksei Smirnov, Assistant professor of the Department of Theoretical Economics, on the publication of his paper "Bad News Turned Good: Reversal under Censorship" in American Economic Journal: Microeconomics.

Paper of Aleksei Smirnov in American Economic Journal: Microeconomics

Below is a short summary of the paper:

Sellers often have the power to censor the reviews of their products. We explore the effect of these censorship policies in markets where some consumers are unaware of possible censorship. We find that if the share of such "naive" consumers is not too large, then rational consumers treat any bad review that is revealed in equilibrium as good news about product quality. This makes bad reviews worth revealing and allows the seller to use them to signal his product's quality to rational consumers.