Jeffrey Lin
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Portage and path dependence
H Bleakley, J Lin
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 127 (2), 587, 2012
6102012
Technological adaptation, cities, and new work
J Lin
Review of Economics and Statistics 93 (2), 554-574, 2011
1712011
Natural amenities, neighborhood dynamics, and persistence in the spatial distribution of income
S Lee, J Lin
The Review of Economic Studies 85 (1), 663–694, 2018
145*2018
Thick-market effects and churning in the labor market: Evidence from US cities
H Bleakley, J Lin
Journal of Urban Economics 72 (2), 87-103, 2012
1432012
Gentrification and transit in northwest Chicago
J Lin
Journal of the Transportation Research Forum 56 (HS-043 476), 2002
1132002
What have we learned about the causes of recent gentrification?
J Hwang, J Lin
Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research 19 (1), 9-26, 2017
1012017
Precision, bias, and uncertainty for state population forecasts: an exploratory analysis of time series models
J Tayman, SK Smith, J Lin
Population Research and Policy Review 26 (3), 347-369, 2007
482007
Freeway revolts! The quality of life effects of highways
J Brinkman, J Lin
Mimeo, 2019
33*2019
History and the sizes of cities
H Bleakley, J Lin
American Economic Review 105 (5), 558-563, 2015
232015
Population density and local food market channels
JK O'Hara, J Lin
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 42 (3), 477-496, 2020
112020
The paper trail of knowledge spillovers: Evidence from patent interferences
I Ganguli, J Lin, N Reynolds
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 12 (2), 278-302, 2020
112020
Geography, history, economies of density, and the location of cities
J Lin
Business Review 3, 18-24, 2012
82012
The puzzling persistence of place
J Lin
Business Review Q 2, 1-8, 2015
72015
Regional resilience
J Lin
IEB Working Paper, 2013
72013
Lockdowns and innovation: Evidence from the 1918 flu pandemic
E Berkes, O Deschenes, R Gaetani, J Lin, C Severen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
52020
Understanding gentrification’s causes: What do three centuries of Philadelphia history tell us about today’s changing neighborhoods?
J Lin
Economic Insights 2 (3), 9-17, 2017
42017
The paper trail of knowledge transfers
J Lin
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Business Review. Second Quarter, 2014
42014
What future for history dependence in spatial economics?
J Lin, F Rauch
University of Oxford, 2020
22020
The Well-Being of Nations: Estimating Welfare from International Migration
S Lee, SH Lee, J Lin
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Working Papers, 2019
12019
Early Interstate Policy and Its Effects on Central Cities
J Brinkman, J Lin
Cityscape: A Journal of Policy Development and Research 22 (2), 81-86, 2020
2020
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