Benjamin Golub
Benjamin Golub
Associate Professor, Economics and Computer Science, Northwestern University
Verified email at northwestern.edu - Homepage
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Naive learning in social networks and the wisdom of crowds
B Golub, MO Jackson
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 2 (1), 112-49, 2010
11692010
Financial networks and contagion
M Elliott, B Golub, MO Jackson
American Economic Review 104 (10), 3115-53, 2014
10122014
How homophily affects the speed of learning and best-response dynamics
B Golub, MO Jackson
Quarterly Journal of Economics 127 (3), 1287-1338, 2012
564*2012
Learning in social networks
B Golub, ED Sadler
The Oxford Handbook of the Economics of Networks, 2017
1282017
A network approach to public goods
M Elliott, B Golub
Journal of Political Economy 127 (2), 2019
119*2019
Using selection bias to explain the observed structure of internet diffusions
B Golub, MO Jackson
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (24), 10833-10836, 2010
982010
Stabilizing brokerage
K Stovel, B Golub, EMM Milgrom
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (Supplement 4), 21326-21332, 2011
882011
Targeting interventions in networks
A Galeotti, B Golub, S Goyal
Econometrica 88 (6), 2445-2471, 2020
792020
Network Structure and the Speed of Learning: Measuring Homophily Based on its Consequences
B Golub, MO Jackson
Annals of Economics and Statistics/ANNALES D'ÉCONOMIE ET DE STATISTIQUE, 33-48, 2012
602012
Does homophily predict consensus times? Testing a model of network structure via a dynamic process
B Golub, MO Jackson
Review of Network Economics 11 (3), 2012
41*2012
When less is more: Experimental evidence on information delivery during India's demonetization
A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, B Golub
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
37*2018
Strategic random networks: Why social networking technology matters
B Golub, Y Livne
arXiv preprint arXiv:1004.0858, 2010
33*2010
Expectations, Networks, and Conventions
B Golub, S Morris
31*2017
Signaling, shame, and silence in social learning
AG Chandrasekhar, B Golub, H Yang
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
30*2018
Learning from neighbors about a changing state
K Dasaratha, B Golub, N Hak
Available at SSRN 3097505, 2020
22*2020
Firms, queues, and coffee breaks: a flow model of corporate activity with delays
B Golub, RP McAfee
Review of Economic Design 15 (1), 59-89, 2011
182011
Higher-Order Expectations
B Golub, S Morris
142017
The leverage of weak ties: How linking groups affects inequality
B Golub, C Lever
Preprint, available at http://www. stanford. edu/∼ bgolub/papers/intergroup …, 2010
142010
Networks in economic development
E Breza, A Chandrasekhar, B Golub, A Parvathaneni
Oxford Review of Economic Policy 35 (4), 678-721, 2019
102019
System of credits for use with a network-based application
A D'angelo, SL Huang, J Lewenstein, Y Livne, B Golub, GN Price
US Patent App. 13/559,482, 2014
102014
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