A working paper is a paper that shares research findings in a rigorous way, but has not been peer-reviewed or published in a journal. Authors of working papers often seek to share preliminary ideas or to get feedback from others about how to strengthen or extend the main arguments being made. Working papers frequently develop over time as additional feedback or data are incorporated, and may eventually be published in peer-reviewed journals as they are revised and refined, which could significantly

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