Jesse M. Shapiro
Jesse M. Shapiro
Professor of Economics, Brown University
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Why have Americans become more obese?
DM Cutler, EL Glaeser, JM Shapiro
Journal of Economic perspectives 17 (3), 93-118, 2003
18592003
What drives media slant? Evidence from US daily newspapers
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Econometrica 78 (1), 35-71, 2010
14382010
Media bias and reputation
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Journal of political Economy 114 (2), 280-316, 2006
11742006
Smart cities: quality of life, productivity, and the growth effects of human capital
JM Shapiro
The review of economics and statistics 88 (2), 324-335, 2006
11362006
Who is ‘behavioral’? Cognitive ability and anomalous preferences
DJ Benjamin, SA Brown, JM Shapiro
Journal of the European Economic Association 11 (6), 1231-1255, 2013
757*2013
Ideological segregation online and offline
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (4), 1799-1839, 2011
7362011
Urban growth in the 1990s: Is city living back?
EL Glaeser, JM Shapiro
Journal of Regional Science 43 (1), 139-165, 2003
472*2003
Do harsher prison conditions reduce recidivism? A discontinuity-based approach
MK Chen, JM Shapiro
American Law and Economics Review 9 (1), 1-29, 2007
455*2007
Is there a daily discount rate? Evidence from the food stamp nutrition cycle
JM Shapiro
Journal of Public Economics 89 (2), 303-325, 2005
4222005
Can higher prices stimulate product use? Evidence from a field experiment in Zambia
N Ashraf, J Berry, JM Shapiro
American Economic Review 100 (5), 2383-2413, 2010
4192010
The effect of newspaper entry and exit on electoral politics
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro, M Sinkinson
American Economic Review 101 (7), 2980-3018, 2011
4142011
The benefits of the home mortgage interest deduction
EL Glaeser, JM Shapiro
Tax policy and the economy 17, 37-82, 2003
3602003
Media, education and anti-Americanism in the Muslim world
MA Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
The Journal of Economic Perspectives 18 (3), 117-133, 2004
3132004
Competition and Truth in the Market for News
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
The Journal of Economic Perspectives 22 (2), 133-154, 2008
2822008
Strategic extremism: Why Republicans and Democrats divide on religious values
EL Glaeser, GAM Ponzetto, JM Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 120 (4), 1283-1330, 2005
2292005
Greater Internet use is not associated with faster growth in political polarization among US demographic groups
L Boxell, M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201706588, 2017
216*2017
Preschool television viewing and adolescent test scores: Historical evidence from the Coleman study
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 123 (1), 279-323, 2008
209*2008
Cities and warfare: the impact of terrorism on urban form
EL Glaeser, JM Shapiro
Journal of Urban Economics 51 (2), 205-224, 2002
2022002
Fungibility and Consumer Choice: Evidence from Commodity Price Shocks*
JS Hastings, JM Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 128 (4), 1449-1498, 2013
195*2013
Measuring Group Differences in High‐Dimensional Choices: Method and Application to Congressional Speech
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro, M Taddy
Econometrica 87 (4), 1307-1340, 2019
164*2019
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