David Y. Yang
David Y. Yang
Department of Economics, Harvard University
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Polarization and public health: Partisan differences in social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic
H Allcott, L Boxell, J Conway, M Gentzkow, M Thaler, D Yang
Journal of Public Economics 191, 104254, 2020
4872020
Curriculum and ideology
D Cantoni, Y Chen, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, YJ Zhang
Journal of Political Economy 125 (2), 338-392, 2017
2442017
The impact of media censorship: 1984 or brave new world?
Y Chen, DY Yang
American Economic Review 109 (6), 2294-2332, 2019
118*2019
Protests as strategic games: experimental evidence from Hong Kong's antiauthoritarian movement
D Cantoni, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, YJ Zhang
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (2), 1021-1077, 2019
118*2019
Disparities in coronavirus 2019 reported incidence, knowledge, and behavior among US adults
M Alsan, S Stantcheva, D Yang, D Cutler
JAMA network open 3 (6), e2012403-e2012403, 2020
1052020
Persistent political engagement: Social interactions and the dynamics of protest movements
L Bursztyn, D Cantoni, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, YJ Zhang
American Economic Review: Insights 3 (2), 233-50, 2021
362021
Historical traumas and the roots of political distrust: Political inference from the Great Chinese Famine
Y Chen, D Yang
Available at SSRN 2652587, 2015
362015
The Fundamental Determinants of Anti-Authoritarianism
D Cantoni, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, J Zhang
Unpublished, LMU Munich: http://www. davidecantoni. net/pdfs…, 2016
222016
Civil liberties in times of crisis
M Alsan, L Braghieri, S Eichmeyer, MJ Kim, S Stantcheva, DY Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
212020
China's lost generation: Changes in beliefs and their intergenerational transmission
G Roland, DY Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
182017
Persistence Despite Revolutions
AF Alesina, M Seror, DY Yang, Y You, W Zeng
11*2021
Data-intensive innovation and the State: evidence from AI firms in China
M Beraja, DY Yang, N Yuchtman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
72020
Salience of History and the Preference for Redistribution
Y Chen, H Wang, D Yang
Available at SSRN 2717651, 2016
72016
The Coordination Consequences of Media Censorship: Experimental Evidence from China
Y Chen, DY Yang
Working Paper: 1–9, 2017
52017
Issue Salience and Political Stereotypes
P Bordalo, M Tabellini, DY Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
3*2020
Political Pressure and the Direction of Research: Evidence from China’s Academia
D Acemoglu, DY Yang, J Zhou
2021
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