Publications

Working Paper
Andrews, Isaiah, Nano Barahona, Matthew Gentzkow, Ashesh Rambachan, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Included and excluded instruments in structural estimation.” (Working Paper). PDF
Draft, April 2022.
Andirin, Veli M., Yusuf Neggers, Mehdi Shadmehr, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Measuring the tolerance of the state: Theory and application to protest.” (Working Paper). PDF
Draft, June 2022.
Gentzkow, Matthew, Jesse M. Shapiro, Frank Yang, and Ali Yurukoglu. “Pricing power in advertising markets: Theory and evidence.” (Working Paper). PDF
Draft, July 2022.
Forthcoming
Sun, Liyang, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “A linear panel model with heterogeneous coefficients and variation in exposure.Journal of Economic Perspectives (Forthcoming). PDF
Finkelstein, Amy, Petra Persson, Maria Polyakova, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “A taste of their own medicine: Guideline adherence and access to expertise.American Economic Review: Insights (Forthcoming). PDF
Freyaldenhoven, Simon, Christian Hansen, Jorge Pérez Pérez, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Visualization, identification, and estimation in the linear panel event-study design.Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Twelfth World Congress (Forthcoming). PDF
Petterson, Marco Stenborg, David Seim, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Bounds on a slope from size restrictions on economic shocks.American Economic Journal: Microeconomics (Forthcoming). Publisher's Version PDF
Boxell, Levi, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Cross-country trends in affective polarization.Review of Economics and Statistics (Forthcoming). PDF Data Series
2022
Mikusheva, Anna, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Isaiah Andrews, 2021 John Bates Clark Medalist.” Journal of Economic Perspectives 36, no. 1 (2022): 177-190. PDF
Hermo, Santiago, Miika Päällysaho, David Seim, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Labor market returns and the evolution of cognitive skills: Theory and evidence.Quarterly Journal of Economics (2022). PDF
2021
Hastings, Justine, Ryan Kessler, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “The effect of SNAP on the composition of purchased foods: Evidence and implications.American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 13, no. 3 (2021): 277-315. PDF Appendix

Copyright 2021, American Economic Association.
Published data from this study: OpenICPSR 121688.

Andrews, Isaiah, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “A model of scientific communication.Econometrica 89, no. 5 (2021): 2117-2142. PDF
Copyright 2021, Econometric Society.
2020
Andrews, Isaiah, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Transparency in structural research.” Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 38, no. 4 (2020): 711-722. PDF
Andrews, Isaiah, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “On the informativeness of descriptive statistics for structural estimates.” Econometrica 88, no. 6 (2020): 2231-2258. PDF Appendix Rejoinder
Copyright 2020, Econometric Society.
2019
Gentzkow, Matthew, Jesse M. Shapiro, and Matt Taddy. “Measuring group differences in high-dimensional choices: Method and application to congressional speech.” Econometrica 87, no. 4 (2019): 1307-1340. PDF Appendix Sample Code
Copyright 2019, Econometric Society.
Published data from this study: congress_text
Freyaldenhoven, Simon, Christian Hansen, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Pre-event trends in the panel event-study design.American Economic Review 109, no. 9 (2019): 3307-3338. PDF Appendix Sample Code
2018
Boxell, Levi, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “A note on internet use and the 2016 U.S. presidential election outcome.PLOS ONE 13, no. 7 (2018): e0199571. Publisher's Version

Appendix, Code and Data
Published by PLOS.

Hastings, Justine, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “How are SNAP benefits spent? Evidence from a retail panel.American Economic Review 108, no. 12 (2018): 3493-3540. PDF Appendix
Copyright 2018, American Economic Association
Published data from this study: OpenICPSR 121689
2017
Shapiro, Jesse M.Is big data a big deal for applied microeconomics?” In Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Eleventh World Congress of the Econometric Society. Vol. 2, 2017, 2. PDF
Boxell, Levi, Matthew Gentzkow, and Jesse M. Shapiro. “Greater Internet use is not associated with faster growth in political polarization among US demographic groups.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114, no. 40 (2017): 10612-10617. PDF

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