Patricia Funk
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Beyond the glass ceiling: Does gender matter?
RB Adams, P Funk
Management science 58 (2), 219-235, 2012
9662012
Social incentives and voter turnout: evidence from the Swiss mail ballot system
P Funk
Journal of the European Economic Association 8 (5), 1077-1103, 2010
2652010
Is there an expressive function of law? An empirical analysis of voting laws with symbolic fines
P Funk
American Law and Economics Review 9 (1), 135-159, 2007
1662007
Does direct democracy reduce the size of government? New evidence from historical data, 1890–2000
P Funk, C Gathmann
The Economic Journal 121 (557), 1252-1280, 2011
1602011
On the effective use of stigma as a crime-deterrent
P Funk
European Economic Review 48 (4), 715-728, 2004
1432004
Gender gaps in policy making: Evidence from direct democracy in Switzerland
P Funk, C Gathmann
Economic Policy 30 (81), 141-181, 2015
119*2015
Are referees and editors in economics gender neutral?
D Card, S DellaVigna, P Funk, N Iriberri
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (1), 269-327, 2020
762020
How do electoral systems affect fiscal policy? Evidence from cantonal parliaments, 1890–2000
P Funk, C Gathmann
Journal of the European Economic Association 11 (5), 1178-1203, 2013
762013
Governmental action, social norms, and criminal behavior
P Funk
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE)/Zeitschrift fŘrá…, 2005
602005
Promoting rule compliance in daily-life: Evidence from a randomized field experiment in the public libraries of Barcelona
J Apesteguia, P Funk, N Iriberri
European Economic Review 64, 266-284, 2013
482013
Voter preferences, direct democracy and government spending
P Funk, C Gathmann
European Journal of Political Economy 32, 300-319, 2013
472013
Dynamic interactions between crimes
P Funk, P Kugler
Economics Letters 79 (3), 291-298, 2003
442003
Estimating the effect of direct democracy on policy outcomes: preferences matter
P Funk, C Gathmann
Stanford Center for International Development Working Paper 248, 2005
352005
Polls, the press, and political participation: The effects of anticipated election closeness on voter turnout
L Bursztyn, D Cantoni, P Funk, N Yuchtman
NBER working paper, 2017
342017
How accurate are surveyed preferences for public policies? Evidence from a unique institutional setup
P Funk
Review of Economics and Statistics 98 (3), 442-454, 2016
302016
Theory and evidence on the role of social norms in voting
P Funk
Available at SSRN 627347, 2005
272005
Modern voting tools, social incentives and voter turnout: Theory and evidence
P Funk
annual meeting of the American Economic Association, Chicago, IL, 2006
212006
Identifying Efficient Crime‐Combating Policies by VAR Models: The Example of Switzerland
P Funk, P Kugler
Contemporary Economic Policy 21 (4), 525-538, 2003
212003
What women want: Suffrage, gender gaps in voter preferences and government expenditures
P Funk, C Gathmann
Gender Gaps in Voter Preferences and Government Expenditures (July 2006), 2006
182006
Beyond the glass ceiling: Does gender matter?
R Adams, P Funk
152009
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