Daniel F. Stone
Daniel F. Stone
Associate Professor of Economics, Bowdoin College
Verified email at bowdoin.edu - Homepage
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Media bias in the marketplace: Theory
M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro, DF Stone
Handbook of media economics 1, 623-645, 2015
2112015
Performance under pressure in the NBA
Z Cao, J Price, DF Stone
Journal of Sports Economics 12 (3), 231-252, 2011
792011
Subperfect game: Profitable biases of NBA referees
J Price, M Remer, DF Stone
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 21 (1), 271-300, 2012
672012
Ideological media bias
DF Stone
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 2011
632011
Fox News and political knowledge
E Schroeder, DF Stone
Journal of Public Economics 126, 52-63, 2015
462015
Measurement error and the hot hand
DF Stone
The American Statistician 66 (1), 61-66, 2012
402012
Testing Bayesian Updating with the Associated Press Top 25
DF Stone
Economic Inquiry 51 (2), 1457-1474, 2013
22*2013
Do we follow others when we should outside the lab? Evidence from the AP top 25
DF Stone, B Zafar
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty 49 (1), 73-102, 2014
16*2014
Partisan selective engagement: Evidence from Facebook
M Garz, J Sörensen, DF Stone
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 177, 91-108, 2020
152020
A signal-jamming model of persuasion: interest group funded policy research
DF Stone
Social Choice and Welfare 37 (3), 397-424, 2011
152011
Sub-perfect game: Profitable biases of NBA referees
J Price, M Remer, DF Stone
Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 21 (1), 2012, 2009
142009
Media and gridlock
DF Stone
Journal of Public Economics 101, 94-104, 2013
132013
Media proliferation and partisan selective exposure
J Chan, DF Stone
Public Choice 156 (3-4), 467-490, 2013
122013
March madness? Underreaction to hot and cold hands in NCAA basketball
DF Stone, J Arkes
Economic Inquiry 56 (3), 1724-1747, 2018
112018
Clarifying (opportunity) costs
DF Stone
The American Economist 60 (1), 20-25, 2015
112015
“Unmotivated bias” and partisan hostility: Empirical evidence
DF Stone
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 79, 12-26, 2019
102019
What drives demand for media slant?
M Garz, G Sood, DF Stone, J Wallace
Unpublished manuscript, available at https://papers. ssrn. com/sol3/papers. cfm, 2018
102018
The short and long-run labor market effects of age eligibility rules: Evidence from women’s professional tennis
RM Rodenberg, DF Stone
Journal of Labor Research 32 (2), 181-198, 2011
92011
Just a big misunderstanding? Bias and Bayesian affective polarization
DF Stone
International Economic Review 61 (1), 189-217, 2020
82020
Reference points, prospect theory, and momentum on the PGA tour
DF Stone, J Arkes
Journal of Sports Economics 17 (5), 453-482, 2016
82016
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