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Bartik instruments: What, when, why, and how
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, I Sorkin, H Swift
American Economic Review 110 (8), 2586-2624, 2020
16022020
Social networks and the identification of peer effects
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, GW Imbens
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics 31 (3), 253-264, 2013
5042013
Predictably unequal? The effects of machine learning on credit markets
A Fuster, P Goldsmith‐Pinkham, T Ramadorai, A Walther
The Journal of Finance 77 (1), 5-47, 2022
4432022
MBS ratings and the mortgage credit boom
A Ashcraft
DIANE Publishing, 2010
3312010
Liquidity, bank runs, and bailouts: spillover effects during the Northern Rock episode
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, T Yorulmazer
Journal of Financial Services Research 37, 83-98, 2010
190*2010
Sea level rise exposure and municipal bond yields
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, MT Gustafson, RC Lewis, M Schwert
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
144*2022
Bad credit, no problem? Credit and labor market consequences of bad credit reports
W Dobbie, P Goldsmith‐Pinkham, N Mahoney, J Song
The Journal of Finance 75 (5), 2377-2419, 2020
1292020
Can a Trusted Messenger Change Behavior when Information is Plentiful? Evidence from the First Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic in West Bengal
A BANERJEE, M ALSAN, E BREZA, A Chowdhury, E Duflo, BA Olken, ...
Working Paper.[Cited on page 4.], 2022
119*2022
Gender representation in economics across topics and time: Evidence from the NBER summer institute
A Chari, P Goldsmith-Pinkham
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
1162017
Credit ratings and security prices in the subprime MBS market
A Ashcraft, P Goldsmith-Pinkham, P Hull, J Vickery
American Economic Review 101 (3), 115-119, 2011
1092011
Consumer bankruptcy and financial health
W Dobbie, P Goldsmith-Pinkham, CS Yang
Review of Economics and Statistics 99 (5), 853-869, 2017
1062017
Comparison of knowledge and information-seeking behavior after general COVID-19 public health messages and messages tailored for Black and Latinx communities: a randomized …
M Alsan, FC Stanford, A Banerjee, E Breza, AG Chandrasekhar, ...
Annals of internal medicine 174 (4), 484-492, 2021
912021
Macroeconomic effects of debt relief: Consumer bankruptcy protections in the great recession
A Auclert, WS Dobbie, P Goldsmith-Pinkham
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
91*2019
The gender gap in housing returns
P Goldsmith‐Pinkham, K Shue
The Journal of Finance 78 (2), 1097-1145, 2023
732023
Effects of a large-scale social media advertising campaign on holiday travel and COVID-19 infections: a cluster randomized controlled trial
E Breza, FC Stanford, M Alsan, B Alsan, A Banerjee, AG Chandrasekhar, ...
Nature medicine 27 (9), 1622-1628, 2021
59*2021
Contamination bias in linear regressions
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, P Hull, M Kolesár
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2022
47*2022
Parsing the content of bank supervision
PS Goldsmith-Pinkham, B Hirtle, DO Lucca
FRB of NY Staff Report, 2016
462016
Changes in racial and ethnic disparities in access to care and health among US adults at age 65 years
J Wallace, K Jiang, P Goldsmith-Pinkham, Z Song
JAMA Internal Medicine 181 (9), 1207-1215, 2021
412021
Predicting initial unemployment insurance claims using Google Trends
P Goldsmith-Pinkham, A Sojourner
Technical Report, 2020
412020
End COVID-19 in low-and middle-income countries
AM Mobarak, E Miguel, J Abaluck, A Ahuja, M Alsan, A Banerjee, E Breza, ...
Science 375 (6585), 1105-1110, 2022
392022
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