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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, DY Yang
Journal of Public Economics 191, 104254, 2020
10532020
What explains temporal and geographic variation in the early US coronavirus pandemic?
H Allcott, L Boxell, JC Conway, BA Ferguson, M Gentzkow, B Goldman
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
128*2020
Affective polarization did not increase during the coronavirus pandemic
L Boxell, J Conway, JN Druckman, M Gentzkow
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 17 (4), 491-512, 2022
242022
The pandemic actually helped bring Americans together-briefly
L Boxell, J Conway, J Druckman, M Gentzkow
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2021/08/24/pandemic-actually-helped …, 2021
2*2021
Journalist Ideology and the Production of News: Evidence from Movers
L Boxell, J Conway
Available at SSRN 4295587, 2022
12022
When Debts Compete, Which Wins?
J Conway, M Plosser
Liberty Street Economics, 2017
12017
Does the Community Reinvestment Act improve consumers’ access to credit?
J Conway, J Glaser, MC Plosser
Available at SSRN 4321265, 2023
2023
Who Pays What First? Debt Prioritization during the COVID Pandemic
WJ Arnesen, J Conway, M Plosser
Liberty Street Economics, 2021
2021
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