Samreen Malik
Samreen Malik
Associate Professor of Economics, New York University - AD
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Asymmetric effects of exogenous tax changes
SM Hussain, S Malik
Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 69, 268-300, 2016
26*2016
Financial-integration thresholds for consumption risk-sharing
S Malik
International Review of Economics & Finance 38, 73-93, 2015
92015
An experimental analysis of tax avoidance policies
S Malik, B Mihm, F Timme
International Tax and Public Finance 25 (1), 200-239, 2018
82018
A tale of fat tails
C Dave, S Malik
European Economic Review 100, 293-317, 2017
82017
Starbucks wakes up and smells the stench of tax avoidance controversy
S Neville, S Malik
The Guardian 11, 2012
72012
Trade‐Induced Skill Polarization
GW Gu, S Malik, D Pozzoli, V Rocha
Economic Inquiry 58 (1), 241-259, 2020
3*2020
In the heat of the moment: economic and non-economic drivers of the weather-crime relationship
D Blakeslee, R Chaurey, R Fishman, D Malghan, S Malik
Working Paper, 2018
32018
Land Rezoning and Structural Transformation in Rural India
D Blakeslee, R Chaurey, R Fishman, S Malik
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2021
2*2021
Ex-ante implications of sovereign default
S Malik
Journal of Banking & Finance 49, 386-397, 2014
22014
Gender differences in bargaining with asymmetric information
S Malik, B Mihm, M Mihm, F Timme
Journal of Economic Psychology 86, 102415, 2021
1*2021
Hedge Fund Activism and Tender Offers: The Effect on the Acquiring Firm
S Malik, M Mihm, A Murray
New York University Abu Dhabi, 2016
12016
The impact of face masks on interpersonal trust in times of COVID-19
S Malik, B Mihm, M Reichelt
2021
Worker Reallocation, Firm Innovation, and Chinese Import Competition
G Gu, S Malik, D Pozzoli, V Rocha
Copenhagen Business School, Department of Economics Working Papers, 2021
2021
Chinese Import Competition, Offshoring and Servitization
G Gu, S Malik, D Pozzoli, V Rocha
Copenhagen Business School, Department of Economics Working Papers, 2021
2021
Trade and Wage Inequality: The Mediating Roles of Occupations in Germany
M Reichelt, S Malik, M Suesse
KZfSS Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 72 (1), 535-560, 2020
2020
Trade Induced Skill Upgrading
G Gu, S Malik, D Pozzoli, V Rocha
2016
Corporate Takeovers and Activist Hedge Funds
M Disli, S Malik, A Murray
Available at SSRN 2662982, 2015
2015
Asymmetric Effects of Exogenous Monetary shocks
SM Hussain, S Malik
2013
Essays on consumption risk-sharing in emerging economies
S Malik
Cornell University, 2012
2012
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