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Joel Waldfogel
Joel Waldfogel
University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
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Piracy on the high C’s: Music downloading, sales displacement, and social welfare in a sample of college students
R Rob, J Waldfogel
The Journal of Law and Economics 49 (1), 29-62, 2006
6652006
The deadweight loss of Christmas
J Waldfogel
The American Economic Review 83 (5), 1328-1336, 1993
4771993
Free Entry and Social Inefficiency in Radio Broadcasting
ST Berry, J Waldfogel
RAND Journal of Economics 30 (3), 397-420, 1999
4741999
Do mergers increase product variety? Evidence from radio broadcasting
ST Berry, J Waldfogel
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (3), 1009-1025, 2001
471*2001
The effect of criminal conviction on income and the trust" reposed in the workmen"
J Waldfogel
Journal of human resources, 62-81, 1994
422*1994
PRODUCT QUALITY AND MARKET SIZE*
S Berry, J Waldfogel
The Journal of Industrial Economics 58 (1), 1-31, 2010
3332010
The New York Times and the Market for Local Newspapers
LM George, J Waldfogel
American Economic Review 96 (1), 435-447, 2006
307*2006
The selection hypothesis and the relationship between trial and plaintiff victory
J Waldfogel
Journal of Political Economy 103 (2), 229-260, 1995
2991995
A market test for race discrimination in bail setting
I Ayres, J Waldfogel
Stan. L. Rev. 46, 987, 1993
2981993
Who affects whom in daily newspaper markets?
L George, J Waldfogel
Journal of Political Economy 111 (4), 765-784, 2003
288*2003
Geography and the Internet: Is the Internet a Substitute or a Complement for Cities?
T Sinai, J Waldfogel
Journal of Urban Economics 56 (1), 1-24, 2004
2832004
Reconciling asymmetric information and divergent expectations theories of litigation
J Waldfogel
The Journal of Law and Economics 41 (2), 451-476, 1998
2761998
Preference externalities: An empirical study of who benefits whom in differentiated product markets
J Waldfogel
RAND Journal of Economics 34 (3), 557-568, 2003
273*2003
Do low-income housing subsidies increase the occupied housing stock?
T Sinai, J Waldfogel
Journal of public Economics 89 (11-12), 2137-2164, 2005
253*2005
As streaming reaches flood stage, does it stimulate or depress music sales?
L Aguiar, J Waldfogel
International Journal of Industrial Organization 57, 278-307, 2018
2522018
Close to you? Bias and precision in patent-based measures of technological proximity
M Benner, J Waldfogel
Research Policy 37 (9), 1556-1567, 2008
2272008
Copyright protection, technological change, and the quality of new products: Evidence from recorded music since Napster
J Waldfogel
The journal of law and economics 55 (4), 715-740, 2012
2172012
Media Markets and Localism: Does Local News en Español Boost Hispanic Voter Turnout?
F Oberholzer-Gee, J Waldfogel
American Economic Review 99 (5), 2120-2128, 2009
2162009
How digitization has created a golden age of music, movies, books, and television
J Waldfogel
Journal of economic perspectives 31 (3), 195-214, 2017
2022017
PIRACY ON THE SILVER SCREEN*
R Rob, J Waldfogel
The Journal of Industrial Economics 55 (3), 379-395, 2007
2022007
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