Working Papers:

Authors: Marcella Alsan, Luca Braghieri, Sara Eichmeyer, Joyce Kim, Stefanie Stantcheva, and Yang

Works in progress:

Authors: Stefanie Stantcheva

Using large-scale online surveys and experiments on representative U.S. samples, we study how well people understand, reason, and learn about four economic policies: i) Personal income taxation, ii) Estate taxation, iii) Health insurance, and iv) Trade. 

Author: Stefanie Stantcheva

Work in progress!

Authors: Stefanie Stantcheva

Work in progress!

Publications:

Authors: Alberto Alesina, Armando Miano, and Stefanie Stantcheva
Authors: Marcella Alsan, David Cutler, Stefanie Stantcheva, and David Yang
Authors: Alberto Alesina, Armando Miano, and Stefanie Stantcheva

Americans are polarized not only in their views on policy issues and attitudes towards government and society, but also in their perceptions of the same, factual reality…

Authors: Alberto Alesina, Armando Miano, and Stefanie Stantcheva

We design and conduct large-scale surveys and experiments in six countries to investigate how natives perceive immigrants and how these perceptions influence their preferences for redistribution…

Authors: Alberto Alesina, Edoardo Teso and Stefanie Stantcheva

Using new cross-country survey and experimental data, we investigate how beliefs about intergenerational mobility affect preferences for redistribution in France, Italy, Sweden, the U.K., and the U.S..

Authors: Ilyana Kuziemko, Michael Norton, Emmanuel Saez and Stefanie Stantcheva

We develop survey experiments to analyze how information about inequality and taxes affects preferences for redistribution. 4,000 respondents were randomized into treatments providing information on U.S. income inequality, the link between top income tax rates and economic growth, and the estate tax….