Davide Cantoni
Davide Cantoni
Professor of Economics, University of Munich
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The consequences of radical reform: The French Revolution
D Acemoglu, D Cantoni, S Johnson, JA Robinson
American economic review 101 (7), 3286-3307, 2011
4592011
The economic effects of the Protestant Reformation: testing the Weber hypothesis in the German lands
D Cantoni
Journal of the European Economic Association 13 (4), 561-598, 2015
3832015
Curriculum and ideology
D Cantoni, Y Chen, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, YJ Zhang
Journal of Political Economy 125 (2), 338-392, 2017
2522017
Medieval universities, legal institutions, and the commercial revolution
D Cantoni, N Yuchtman
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (2), 823-887, 2014
2302014
A tear in the iron curtain: The impact of western television on consumption behavior
L Bursztyn, D Cantoni
Review of Economics and Statistics 98 (1), 25-41, 2016
1282016
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
126*2019
Religious competition and reallocation: The political economy of secularization in the protestant reformation
D Cantoni, J Dittmar, N Yuchtman
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (4), 2037-2096, 2018
121*2018
Adopting a new religion: the case of Protestantism in 16th century Germany
D Cantoni
The Economic Journal 122 (560), 502-531, 2012
1102012
From ancien regime to capitalism: the French Revolution as a natural experiment
D Acemoglu, D Cantoni, S Johnson, JA Robinson
forthcoming]; Natural Experiments in History, 2009
762009
Persistence and activation of right-wing political ideology
D Cantoni, F Hagemeister, M Westcott
672019
The political economy of educational content and development: Lessons from history
D Cantoni, N Yuchtman
Journal of Development Economics 104, 233-244, 2013
552013
Polls, the press, and political participation: The effects of anticipated election closeness on voter turnout
L Bursztyn, D Cantoni, P Funk, N Yuchtman
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP12088, 2017
442017
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
402021
Are protests games of strategic complements or substitutes? Experimental evidence from Hong Kong's democracy movement
D Cantoni, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, YJ Zhang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
262017
The Fundamental Determinants of Anti-Authoritarianism
D Cantoni, DY Yang, N Yuchtman, J Zhang
Unpublished, LMU Munich: http://www. davidecantoni. net/pdfs …, 2016
232016
Historical natural experiments: Bridging economics and economic history
D Cantoni, N Yuchtman
The Handbook of Historical Economics, 213-241, 2021
202021
The rise of fiscal capacity
D Cantoni, C Mohr, M Weigand
Discussion Paper, 2019
82019
The religious roots of the secular West: The Protestant Reformation and the allocation of resources in Europe
D Cantoni, J Dittmar, N Yuchtman
VOX: Research-based policy analysis and commentary from leading economists 31, 2017
22017
Der lange Schatten der Geschichte: Mechanismen der Persistenz in der Wirtschaftsgeschichte
D Cantoni, F Kugler, L Wößmann
ifo Schnelldienst 67 (02), 13-22, 2014
12014
How universities helped transform the medieval world
D Cantoni, N Yuchtman
12012
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