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Gregory J. Martin
Gregory J. Martin
Associate Professor of Political Economy at Stanford Graduate School of Business
Verified email at stanford.edu - Homepage
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Bias in cable news: Persuasion and polarization
GJ Martin, A Yurukoglu
American Economic Review 107 (9), 2565–2599, 2017
6842017
Local news and national politics
GJ Martin, J McCrain
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 372–384, 2019
2812019
Political Advertising Online and Offline
EF Fowler, MM Franz, GJ Martin, Z Peskowitz, TN Ridout
American Political Science Review 115 (1), 130--149, 2021
1282021
Does Residential Sorting Explain Geographic Polarization?
GJ Martin, S Webster
Political Science Research and Methods 8 (2), 215--231, 2020
1102020
The impact of online competition on local newspapers: Evidence from the introduction of Craigslist
M Djourelova, R Durante, G Martin
Review of Economic Studies, 2023
372023
Dynamic policymaking with decay
S Callander, GJ Martin
American Journal of Political Science 61 (1), 50-67, 2017
352017
Media Influence on Vote Choices: Unemployment News and Incumbents’ Electoral Prospects
M Garz, GJ Martin
American Journal of Political Science 65 (2), 278--293, 2021
292021
Agency Problems in Political Campaigns: Media Buying and Consulting
GJ Martin, Z Peskowitz
American Political Science Review 112 (2), 231-248, 2018
272018
The informational content of campaign advertising
GJ Martin
mimeographed, Emory, 2014
212014
A method for measuring investigative journalism in local newspapers
E Turkel, A Saha, RC Owen, GJ Martin, S Vasserman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (30), e2105155118, 2021
142021
Parties and Electoral Performance in the Market for Political Consultants
GJ Martin, Z Peskowitz
Legislative Studies Quarterly 40 (3), 441-470, 2015
132015
Testing theories of congressional—Presidential interaction with veto override rates
GJ Martin
Political Analysis 20 (4), 501-519, 2012
122012
Dividing the Dollar with Formulas
GJ Martin
Journal of Politics 80 (2), 479-483, 2018
102018
Ideological Competition
F Izzo, GJ Martin, S Callander
American Journal of Political Science, 2022
92022
How Campaign Ads Stimulate Political Interest
N Canen, G Martin
Review of Economics and Statistics 105 (2), 292-310, 2023
72023
Media and Ideological Movements: How Fox News Built the Tea Party
Z Li, GJ Martin
Technical report, Working Paper, 2022
52022
The Political Consequences of Media Consolidation
GJ Martin, J McCrain
Working paper, 2018
22018
Comment on LaCour (2014),“The Echo Chambers are Empty”
GJ Martin
12015
Media and Intraparty Ideological Movements: How Fox News Built the Tea Party Online Appendix
Z Li, GJ Martin
2023
Media and Ideological Movements: How Fox News Built the Tea Party Online Appendix
Z Li, GJ Martin
2023
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