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Waldfogel Joel

Обновлено: 09-12-2010
Образование бакалавр [Brandeis University, 1984]
PhD [Stanford University, 1990]
Место работы Wharton Business School / Professor
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) / Professor

Профессиональные интересы:
Industrial organization
Law and economics
Public economics
Economics of media industries

1. Guest Editor’s Introduction to Special Issue on the Economics of the Media, Information Economics and Policy.
2. The Tyranny of the Market, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, forthcoming October 2007.
3. “The Median Voter and the Median Consumer: Local Private Goods and Residential Sorting,” forthcoming, Journal of Urban Economics (revised version of NBER Working Paper 11972, January 2006).
4. “Piracy on the Silver Screen” (with Rafael Rob), forthcoming, Journal of Industrial Economics (revised version of NBER Working Paper 12010, February 2006).
5. “Should We Regulate Media Ownership?” in Media Diversity and Localism: Meaning and Metrics, 2006.
6. “Measuring the Effect of Multimarket Contact on Competition: Evidence from Radio Broadcast Ownership Deregulation.” (with Julie Wulf), Contributions to Economic Analysis and Policy, 2006
7. “Does Information Undermine Brand? Information Intermediary Use and Preference for Branded Web Retailers.” (with Lu Chen), Journal of Industrial Economics, December 2006 (Journal of Industrial Economics “Best Article of the Year” Prize, 2006)
8. “The New York Times and the Market for Local Newspapers.” (with Lisa George), American Economic Review, 2006.
9. “Piracy on the High C’s: Music Downloading, Sales Displacement, and Social Welfare.” (with Rafael Rob), April 2006, Journal of Law & Economics (revised version of NBER Working Paper 10874, November 2004).
10. “Strength in Numbers: Group Size and Political Mobilization” (with Felix Oberholzer Gee), October 2005, Journal of Law & Economics (revised version of NBER Working Paper 8252, April 2001; old title: “Electoral Acceleration: The Effect of Minority Population on Minority Voter Turnout”).
11. “Do Low-Income Housing Subsidies Increase Housing Consumption?” (with Todd Sinai), Journal of Public Economics, December 2005 (revised version of NBER Working Paper 8709, January 2002).
12. “Does Consumer Irrationality Trump Consumer Sovereignty?” The Review of Economics and Statistics, November 2005.
13. “Who Benefits Whom in Local Television Markets?”, Brookings-Wharton Papers on Urban Affairs 2003
14. “Geography and the Internet: Is the Internet a Substitute or a Complement for Cities?” (with Todd Sinai), Journal of Urban Economics, July 2004 (revised version of NBER Working Paper 10028, October 2003).
15. “Market Reform in New Jersey and the Effect on Mortality from Acute Myocardial Infarction.” (with Kevin Volpp, Sankey Williams, Jeffrey Silber J. Sanford Schwartz, and Mark Pauly) Health Services Research, April 2003. (revised version of “Competition and the Quality of Hospital Care: Heart Attack Mortality after the Onset of Price Competition in New Jersey,” (with Kevin Volpp), mimeo, The Wharton School, July 1998)
16. “Preference Externalities: An Empirical Study of Who Benefits Whom in Differentiated Product Markets” RAND Journal of Economics, 2003 (revised version of NBER Working Paper 7391, October 1999)
17. “Who Affects Whom in Daily Newspaper Markets?” (with Lisa George), Journal of Political Economy, 2003 (revised version of NBER Working Paper 7944, October 2000)
18. “Does Repeat Play Elicit Cooperation? Evidence from Federal Civil Litigation,” (with Jason Johnston), Journal of Legal Studies, 2002
19. “Gifts, Cash, and Stigma,” Economic Inquiry, 2002
20. “Race and Radio: Preference Externalities, Minority Ownership, and the Provision of Programming to Minorities” (with Peter Siegelman), Advances in Applied Microeconomics, volume 10, 2001
21. “Do Mergers Increase Product Variety? Evidence from Radio Broadcasting,” (with Steven Berry), Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2001, (revision of April 1999 NBER Working Paper 7080 entitled “Mergers, Entry, and Programming Variety in Radio Broadcasting”)
22. “The Effect of Price Advertising on Prices: Evidence in the Wake of 44 Liquormart,” (with Jeffrey Milyo) American Economic Review, 1999, (revision of March 1998 NBER Working Paper 6488)
• Reprinted in Kyle Bagwell, ed., The Economics of Advertising, in Edward Elgar series, The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Mark Blaug, ed.
23. “Free Entry and Social Inefficiency in Radio Broadcasting,” (with Steven Berry), RAND Journal of Economics, 1999, (revision of April 1996 NBER Working Paper 5528)
• To be reprinted in Paul Joskow and Michael Waterson, eds., Empirical Industrial Organization, in Edward Elgar series, The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Mark Blaug, ed.
24. “Public Radio in the U.S.: Does it Correct Market Failure or Cannibalize Commercial Stations,” (with Steven Berry), Journal of Public Economics, 1999, (revision of June 1997 NBER working paper 6057)
25. “Toward a Taxonomy of Disputes: New Evidence through the Prism of the Priest/Klein Model,” (with Peter Siegelman), The Journal of Legal Studies, January 1999
26. “The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Reply,” American Economic Review, December 1998
• Reprinted in Problèmes Économiques, December 22, 1999
27. “Reconciling Asymmetric Information and Divergent Expectations Theories of Litigation,” Journal of Law and Economics, October 1998 (revision of February 1998 NBER Working Paper 6409)
28. “Are Empirically Based Sentencing Guidelines Justified by Inter-Judge Disparity?,” International Review of Law and Economics, September 1998
29. “The Effect of Conviction on Income through the Life Cycle,” (with Daniel Nagin), International Review of Law and Economics, March 1998
30. “The Selection of Cases for Trial,” The New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics and the Law, May 1998
31. “The Best Business Schools: A Market Based Approach,” (with Joseph Tracy), Journal of Business, January 1997
32. “The Deadweight Loss of Christmas: Reply,” American Economic Review, December 1996
33. “Tax Policy, Saving, and Pension Funding,” in Pensions, Savings, and Capital Markets, U.S. Dept. of Labor, 1996
34. “Sentencing Policy, Implied Demographic Welfare Weights, and the Theory of Sentencing Reform,” Journal of Public Economics, 1996
35. “The Administrative and Compliance Cost of Manual Highway Toll Collection: Evidence from Massachusetts and New Jersey,” (with David A. Friedman), National Tax Journal, June 1995
36. “The Selection Hypothesis and the Relationship between Trial and Plaintiff Victory,” Journal of Political Economy, April 1995
• To be reprinted in Chris William Sanchirico, ed., Economics of Evidence, Procedure, and Litigation, in Edward Elgar series, Economic Approaches to Law, Richard Posner and Francesco Parisi, series eds.
37. “Are Fine and Prison Terms Used Efficiently?: Evidence on Federal Fraud Offenders,” Journal of Law and Economics, April 1995
• To be reprinted in Isaac Ehrlich and Zhiqiang, eds., The Economics of Crime, in Edward Elgar series, The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, Mark Blaug, ed.
38. “The Effects of Criminality and Conviction on the Labor Market Status of Young British Offenders,” (with Daniel Nagin) International Review of Law and Economics, 1995
39. “Criminal Sentences: Are they Just or Efficient?,” Economic Times, Spring 1995 40. “Measuring the Effects of Restructuring on Corporate Performance: The Case of Management Buyouts,” (with Scott Smart), Review of Economics and Statistics, 1994
41. “A Market Test for Race Discrimination in Bail Setting,” (with Ian Ayres), Stanford Law Review, May 1994
• Reprinted in Ian Ayres, Pervasive Prejudice?, Univ. of Chicago Press, 2001 42. “Does Conviction Have A Persistent Effect on Income and Employment?,” International Review of Law and Economics, March 1994
43. “The Effect of Criminal Conviction on Income and the 'Trust Reposed in the Workmen',” Journal of Human Resources, Winter 1994
44. “The Deadweight Loss of Christmas,” American Economic Review, December 1993 • To be reprinted in Caroline Kennedy, A Family Christmas, Hyperion Books, 2007.
45. “Which Flowers Will Bloom? Reactions to the USSC Research Conference,” Federal Sentencing Reporter, July/August 1993
46. “Sentences as Endogenous Taxes: Are they 'Just' or 'Efficient'?,” Journal of Law and Economics, April 1993
47. “Guest Editor's Observations: Narrow Questions, Overstated Answers,” Federal Sentencing Reporter, Nov./Dec. 1992
48. “Real Interest Rates and the Savings and Loan Crisis: The Moral Hazard Premium,” (with John Shoven and Scott Smart), Spring 1992, Journal of Economic Perspectives
49. “Aggregate Inter-Judge Disparity in Federal Sentencing: Evidence from Three Districts,” Federal Sentencing Reporter, Nov./Dec. 1991
50. Debt, Taxes, and Corporate Restructuring, co-edited with John B. Shoven, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., 1990

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