James J. Feigenbaum
James J. Feigenbaum
Assistant Professor, Boston University
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How legislators respond to localized economic shocks: evidence from Chinese import competition
JJ Feigenbaum, AB Hall
The Journal of Politics 77 (4), 1012-1030, 2015
Automated Census Record Linking
J Feigenbaum
unpub. paper (Harvard University, 2015), available at: http://scholar …, 2015
Automated linking of historical data
R Abramitzky, L Boustan, K Eriksson, J Feigenbaum, S Pérez
Journal of Economic Literature 59 (3), 865-918, 2021
From the bargaining table to the ballot box: Political effects of right to work laws
J Feigenbaum, A Hertel-Fernandez, V Williamson
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Multiple measures of historical intergenerational mobility: Iowa 1915 to 1940
JJ Feigenbaum
The Economic Journal 128 (612), F446-F481, 2018
Lead exposure and violent crime in the early twentieth century
JJ Feigenbaum, C Muller
Explorations in economic history 62, 51-86, 2016
Intergenerational mobility during the great depression
JJ Feigenbaum
Regional and racial inequality in infectious disease mortality in US cities, 1900–1948
JJ Feigenbaum, C Muller, E Wrigley-Field
Demography 56 (4), 1371-1388, 2019
Capital Destruction and Economic Growth: The Effects of Sherman's March, 1850-1920
JJ Feigenbaum, J Lee, F Mezzanotti
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 14 (4), 301-342, 2022
The Majority-Party Disadvantage: Revising Theories of Legislative Organization
JJ Feigenbaum, A Fouirnaies, AB Hall
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 12 (3), 269-300, 2017
Tenancy, marriage, and the boll weevil infestation, 1892–1930
D Bloome, J Feigenbaum, C Muller
Demography 54 (3), 1029-1049, 2017
Answering the Call of Automation: How the Labor Market Adjusted to the Mechanization of Telephone Operation
J Feigenbaum, DP Gross
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
The Vicious Cycle: Fundraising and Perceived Viability in US Presidential Primaries
JJ Feigenbaum, CA Shelton
Quarterly Journal of Political Science 8 (1), 1-40, 2013
After the burning: The economic effects of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre
A Albright, JA Cook, JJ Feigenbaum, L Kincaide, J Long, N Nunn
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Childhood cross-ethnic exposure predicts political behavior seven decades later: Evidence from linked administrative data
JR Brown, RD Enos, J Feigenbaum, S Mazumder
Science Advances 7 (24), eabe8432, 2021
Who becomes a member of Congress? Evidence from de-anonymized census data
DM Thompson, JJ Feigenbaum, AB Hall, J Yoder
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
How the other half died: Immigration and mortality in US cities
P Ager, JJ Feigenbaum, CW Hansen, HR Tan
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
The return to education in the mid-twentieth century: Evidence from twins
JJ Feigenbaum, HR Tan
The Journal of Economic History 80 (4), 1101-1142, 2020
When Coercive Economies Fail: The Political Economy of the US South After the Boll Weevil
JJ Feigenbaum, S Mazumder, CB Smith
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
Information and investment: Impacts of the introduction of rural free delivery
JJ Feigenbaum, M Rotemberg
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