Matthew Gentzkow
Matthew Gentzkow
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
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Social media and fake news in the 2016 election
H Allcott, M Gentzkow
Journal of economic perspectives 31 (2), 211-36, 2017
34802017
What drives media slant? Evidence from US daily newspapers
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Econometrica 78 (1), 35-71, 2010
15962010
Bayesian persuasion
E Kamenica, M Gentzkow
American Economic Review 101 (6), 2590-2615, 2011
15432011
Media bias and reputation
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Journal of political Economy 114 (2), 280-316, 2006
12612006
Ideological segregation online and offline
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (4), 1799-1839, 2011
8452011
Television and voter turnout
M Gentzkow
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 121 (3), 931-972, 2006
7262006
Valuing new goods in a model with complementarity: Online newspapers
M Gentzkow
American Economic Review 97 (3), 713-744, 2007
5912007
Persuasion: empirical evidence
S DellaVigna, M Gentzkow
Annu. Rev. Econ. 2 (1), 643-669, 2010
5072010
The effect of newspaper entry and exit on electoral politics
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro, M Sinkinson
American Economic Review 101 (7), 2980-3018, 2011
4592011
Media, education and anti-Americanism in the Muslim world
MA Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Journal of Economic perspectives 18 (3), 117-133, 2004
3382004
Competition and Truth in the Market for News
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Journal of Economic perspectives 22 (2), 133-154, 2008
3122008
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 114 (40), 10612-10617, 2017
297*2017
The rise of the fourth estate. How newspapers became informative and why it mattered
M Gentzkow, EL Glaeser, C Goldin
Corruption and reform: Lessons from America's economic history, 187-230, 2006
2892006
Text as data
M Gentzkow, B Kelly, M Taddy
Journal of Economic Literature 57 (3), 535-74, 2019
2812019
Sources of geographic variation in health care: Evidence from patient migration
A Finkelstein, M Gentzkow, H Williams
The quarterly journal of economics 131 (4), 1681-1726, 2016
2532016
Competition in persuasion
M Gentzkow, E Kamenica
The Review of Economic Studies 84 (1), 300-322, 2016
239*2016
The evolution of brand preferences: Evidence from consumer migration
BJ Bronnenberg, JPH Dubé, M Gentzkow
American Economic Review 102 (6), 2472-2508, 2012
2352012
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
224*2019
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
223*2008
Polarization and public health: Partisan differences in social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic
H Allcott, L Boxell, J Conway, M Gentzkow, M Thaler, DY Yang
NBER Working Paper, 2020
209*2020
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