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Robots and jobs: Evidence from US labor markets
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
Journal of political economy 128 (6), 2188-2244, 2020
41092020
The race between man and machine: Implications of technology for growth, factor shares, and employment
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
American economic review 108 (6), 1488-1542, 2018
23812018
Democracy does cause growth
D Acemoglu, S Naidu, P Restrepo, JA Robinson
Journal of political economy 127 (1), 47-100, 2019
22012019
Automation and new tasks: How technology displaces and reinstates labor
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
Journal of economic perspectives 33 (2), 3-30, 2019
17512019
Artificial intelligence, automation, and work
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
The economics of artificial intelligence: An agenda, 197-236, 2018
15582018
Democracy, Redistribution and Inequality
D Acemoglu, S Naidu, P Restrepo, J Robinson
8742013
Secular stagnation? The effect of aging on economic growth in the age of automation
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
AEA Papers and Proceedings 107 (5), 174-79, 2017
7072017
Demographics and automation
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
The Review of Economic Studies 89 (1), 1-44, 2022
5932022
The wrong kind of AI? Artificial intelligence and the future of labour demand
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 13 (1), 25-35, 2020
5142020
The race between machine and man: Implications of technology for growth, factor shares and employment
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
4872016
Competing with robots: Firm-level evidence from France
D Acemoglu, C Lelarge, P Restrepo
AEA papers and proceedings 110, 383-388, 2020
4722020
Low-skill and high-skill automation
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
Journal of Human Capital 12 (2), 204-232, 2018
3632018
Tasks, automation, and the rise in US wage inequality
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
Econometrica 90 (5), 1973-2016, 2022
3482022
Scarcity without leviathan: The violent effects of cocaine supply shortages in the mexican drug war
JC Castillo, D Mejía, P Restrepo
Review of Economics and Statistics 102 (2), 269-286, 2020
283*2020
Modeling automation
D Acemoglu, P Restrepo
AEA papers and proceedings 108, 48-53, 2018
2802018
Artificial intelligence and jobs: Evidence from online vacancies
D Acemoglu, D Autor, J Hazell, P Restrepo
Journal of Labor Economics 40 (S1), S293-S340, 2022
2732022
The economics of the war on illegal drug production and trafficking
D Mejia, P Restrepo
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 126, 255-275, 2016
211*2016
Bushes and bullets: Illegal cocaine markets and violence in Colombia
D Mejia, P Restrepo
Documento CEDE, 2013
166*2013
Uneven growth: automation's impact on income and wealth inequality
B Moll, L Rachel, P Restrepo
Econometrica 90 (6), 2645-2683, 2022
1412022
Does the US tax code favor automation?
D Acemoglu, A Manera, P Restrepo
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
1342020
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