Mathew Gentzkow

Working Papers

Sources of Geographic Variation in Health Care: Evidence from Patient Migration
(with Amy Finkelstein and Heidi Williams)
Last updated: July, 2014

Online Appendix

Measuring the Sensitivity of Parameter Estimates to Sample Statistics
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Last updated: June, 2014

Online Appendix

Do Pharmacists Buy Bayer? Sophisticated Shoppers and the Brand Premium
(with Bart Bronnenberg, J.P. Dubé and Jesse M. Shapiro)
Last updated: June, 2014

Online Appendix

Competition in Persuasion
(with Emir Kamenica)
Last updated: September, 2012

Disclosure of Endogenous Information
(with Emir Kamenica)
Last updated: August, 2012


Journal Articles

Do Newspapers Serve the State? Incumbent Party Influence on the US Press, 1869-1928
(with Nathan Petek, Jesse M. Shapiro and Michael Sinkinson)
Journal of the European Economic Association. Forthcoming.

Online Appendix

Competition and Ideological Diversity: Historical Evidence from US Newspapers
(with Jesse M. Shapiro and Michael Sinkinson)
American Economic Review. Forthcoming.

Online Appendix | Cost and Revenue Data | Readership Data | Circulation Data

The Evolution of Brand Preferences: Evidence from Consumer Migration
(with Bart Bronnenberg and Jean-Pierre Dube)
American Economic Review. 102 (6). October 2012.
Copyright 2012,
American Economic Association.
Online Appendix

The Effect of Newspaper Entry and Exit on Electoral Politics
(with Jesse M. Shapiro and Michael Sinkinson)
American Economic Review. 101 (7). December 2011.
Copyright 2011,
American Economic Association.
Online Appendix | Data

Ideological Segregation Online and Offline
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Quarterly Journal of Economics. 126 (4). November 2011.
Copyright 2011,
Oxford Journals.
Online Appendix
Model Appendix

Bayesian Persuasion
(with Emir Kamenica)
American Economic Review. 101 (6). October 2011.
Copyright 2011,
American Economic Association.
Online Appendix

What Drives Media Slant? Evidence from U.S. Daily Newspapers
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Econometrica. 78 (1). January 2010.
Copyright 2010,
The Econometric Society.
Online Appendix | Newspaper Data | Congress Data

Competition and Truth in the Market for News
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Journal of Economic Perspectives. Spring, 2008.
Copyright 2008,
American Economic Association.

Preschool Television Viewing and Adolescent Test Scores
Historical Evidence from the Coleman Study

(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Quarterly Journal of Economics. CXXIII (1). February 2008.
Copyright 2008,
MIT Press.
Data

Valuing New Goods in a Model with Complementarities: Online Newspapers
American Economic Review. 97 (3). June 2007.
Copyright 2007,
American Economic Association.

Television and Voter Turnout
Quarterly Journal of Economics. CXXI (3). August 2006.
Copyright 2006,
MIT Press.
Data

Media Bias and Reputation
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Journal of Political Economy. 114(2). April, 2006.
Copyright 2006,
University of Chicago Press.
Web Appendix

Media, Education, and Anti-Americanism in the Muslim World
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
Journal of Economic Perspectives. Summer, 2004.
Copyright 2004,
American Economic Association.


Other Publications

Trading Dollars for Dollars: The Price of Attention Online and Offline
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings. 104 (5). May 2014.
Copyright 2014, American Economic Association.
Online Appendix

Costly Persuasion
(with Emir Kamenica)
American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings. 104 (5). May 2014.
Copyright 2014,
American Economic Association.

Media Bias in the Marketplace: Theory
(with Jesse M. Shapiro and Daniel Stone)
In preparation for Handbook of Media Economics.

Last updated: January, 2014

Ideology and Online News
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
In preparation for NBER conference volume.

Last updated: August, 2013

Persuasion: Empirical Evidence
(with Stefano DellaVigna)
In Annual Review of Economics. Arrow and Bresnahan, Eds. Vol 2. 2010.

Market Forces and News Media in Muslim Countries
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
In Information and Public Choice: From Media Markets to Policy Making. R. Islam, Ed. World Bank, 2008.

The Rise of the Fourth Estate: How Newspapers Became Informative and Why it Mattered
(with Edward L. Glaeser and Claudia Goldin)
In Corruption and Reform: Lessons from America's Economic History. Glaeser and Goldin, Eds. NBER, 2006.


Notes / Lectures

Code and Data for the Social Sciences: A Practitioner's Guide
(with Jesse M. Shapiro)
(Includes material previously circulated as "Notes for RAs on Writing Code")
HTML version
here
Last updated: January, 2014

NBER Econometric Methods Lectures, 2013: High-Dimensional Data
(with Victor Chernozhukov, Christian Hansen, Jesse M. Shapiro, and Matthew Taddy)