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Waldfogel, J.
Waldfogel, Joel
ウォルドフォーゲル, ジョエル
Dates: 
1962-
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Bai, Jie
Benner, Mary
Berry, Steven
Berry, Steven T.
Carlson School of Management Affiliation (see also from)
Chen, Lu
Ferreira, Fernando
George, Lisa
George, Lisa M.
Johnston, Jason Scott
Lichtenberg, Frank R.
Meade, Jose
Milyo, Jeffrey
Nagin, Daniel
National Bureau of Economic Research
National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
National Bureau of Economic Research Affiliation (see also from)
Oberholzer-Gee, Felix
Peitz, Martin
Rob, Rafael
Seim, Katja
Shiller, Ben
Shoven, John B.
Shoven, John B. (1947- ))
Siegelman, Peter
Sinai, Todd
Smart, Scott
Smart, Scott B
Smart, Scott B.
Stanford University
Stanford University Affiliation (see also from)
Tracy, Joseph
University of Minnesota / Carlson School of Management
University of Minnesota / Department of Economics
University of Minnesota Department of Economics Affiliation (see also from)
Waldfogel, Joel
Wharton School Philadelphia, Pa. Affiliation (see also from)
White, Matthew
White, Matthew W.
Wulf, Julie
Yale University Department of Economics Affiliation (see also from)
矢羽野, 薰 (1969-)
Titles: 
`Are Fines and Prison Terms Used Efficiently? Evidence on Federal Fraud Offenders'
administrative and compliance cost of manual highway toll collection: evidence from Massachusetts and New Jersey, The
Are fines and prison terms used efficiently? Evidence on fe
Are fines and prison terms used efficiently? evidence on federal fraud offenders
best business schools: a market based approach, The
best business schools, The : a market based approach
Bye, Bye, Miss American Pie? The Supply of New Recorded Music Since Napster
citation-based test for discrimination at economics and finance journals, A
Close to you? bias and precision in patent-based measures of technological proximity
Copyright protection, technological change, and the quality of new products evidence from recorded music since napster
Copyright Research in the Digital Age : Moving from Piracy to the Supply of New Products
Criminal sentences as endogenous taxes: Are they "just" or "efficient"?
deadweight loss of Christmas: Reply--Joel Waldfogel, The
Deadweight Loss of Christmas, The : Reply
Debt, taxes, and corporate restructuring. -
Do low-income housing subsidies increase housing consumption?
Do low-income housing subsidies increase the occupied housing stock?
Do mergers increase product variety? Evidence from radio broadcasting
Do sentencing guidelines raise the cost of punishment?
Does Consumer Irrationality Trump Consumer Sovereignty?
Does conviction have a persistent effect on income and employment?
DOES INFORMATION UNDERMINE BRAND? INFORMATION INTERMEDIARY USE AND PREFERENCE FOR BRANDED WEB RETAILERS link rid="fn21"-super-* /link
Does inter-judge disparity justify empirically based sentencing guidelines?
Does misery love company? : evidence from pharmaceutical markets before and after the orphan drug act
Does Repeat Play Elicit Cooperation? Evidence from Federal Civil Litigation.
Economics of the media
effect of conviction on income through the life cycle, The
Effect of Convicton on Income Through the Life Cycle, The
Effect of Criminal Conviction on Income and the Trust "Reposed in the Workmen"
Effect of Criminal Conviction on Income and the Trust "Reposed in the Workmen", The
Effect of Price Advertising and Prices: Evidence in the Wake of 44 Liquormart, The
effect of price advertising on prices: Evidence in the wake of 44 Liquormart, The
effect of price advertising on prices, The : evidence in the wake of 44 Liquormart
effects of criminality and conviction on the labor market status of young British offenders, The
Electoral acceleration: the effect of minority population on minority voter turnout
Essays on the economics of criminal sentencing
Free entry and social inefficiency in radio broadcasting
Friend or Foe? Cooperation and Learning in High-Stakes Games
Geography and the internet: is the internet a substitute or a complement for cities?
Gifts, cash, and stigma
Introduction
Lost" on the web does web distribution stimulate or depress television viewing?
Market reform in New Jersey and the effect on mortality from acute myocardial infarction.
market test for race discrimination in bail setting, A
Measuring the Effect of Multimarket Contact on Competition: Evidence from Mergers Following Radio Broadcast Ownership Deregulation
Measuring the effect of restructuring on corporate performance: The case of management buyouts
Media markets and localism: does local news en Español boost Hispanic voter turnout
median voter and the median consumer: Local private goods and population composition, The
median voter and the median consumer: local private goods and residential sorting, The
MEDIAN VOTER AND THE MEDIAN CONSUMER, THE : LOCAL PRIVATE GOODS AND RESIDENTIAL SORTING
Mergers, station entry, and programming variety in radio broadcasting
Movie piracy and sales displacement in two samples of Chinese consumers
Music file sharing and sales displacement in the iTunes era
Music for a song : an empirical look at uniform song pricing and its alternatives
Music Piracy and Its Effects on Demand, Supply, and Welfare
New York Times and the Market for Local Newspapers, The
Oxford Handbook of the Digital Economy, The
Piracy on the high C's music downloading, sales displacement, and social welfare in a sample of college students
PIRACY ON THE SILVER SCREEN link rid="fn21"-super-* /link
Pop internationalism has a half century of world music trade displaced local culture?
Preference externalities: an empirical study of who benefits whom in differentiated product markets
PRODUCT QUALITY AND MARKET SIZE link rid="fn18"-super-* /link
Public monopoly and economic efficiency evidence from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board's entry decisions
Public radio in the United States : does it correct market failure or cannibalize commercial stations?
Purezento no keizaigaku : Naze ageta gaku yori morau gaku wa sukunaku kanjirunoka
Race and radio: Preference externalities, minority ownership, and the provision of programming to minorities
Real interest rates and the savings and loan crisis : the moral hazard premium
Reconciling asymmetric information and divergent expectations theories of litigation
Scroogenomics why you shouldn't buy presents for the holidays
selection hypothesis and the relationship between trial and plaintiff victory, The
Sentencing policy, implied demographic welfare weights, and the theory of sentencing reform
Social learning and coordination in high-stakes games: evidence from friend or foe
Strength in Numbers: Group Size and Political Mobilization
TIME FOR CHILDREN : TRENDS IN THE EMPLOYMENT PATTERNS OF PARENTS, 1967-2009
Toward a Taxonomy of Disputes: New Evidence through the Prism of the Priest/Klein Model.
tyranny of the market, The ; London, 2007.
tyranny of the market, The : why you can't always get what you want
Warum Sie diesmal wirklich keine Weihnachtsgeschenke kaufen sollten
Who affects whom in daily newspaper markets?
Who Benefits Whom in Daily Newspaper Markets?
Who Benefits Whom in the Neighborhood? Demographics and Retail Product Geography
プレゼントの経済学 : なぜ、あげた額よりもらう額は少なく感じるのか?
Contributed to or performed: 
AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW
ECONOMIC INQUIRY
INFORMATION ECONOMICS AND POLICY
INTERNATIONAL LIBRARY OF CRITICAL WRITINGS IN ECONOMICS
JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ECONOMICS
NBER WORKING PAPER SERIES
RAND JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
REVIEW OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS
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Submitted to the Department of Economics
Copyright by the author
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Stanford University, 1990
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