Jörg L. Spenkuch
Jörg L. Spenkuch
Associate Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Verified email at kellogg.northwestern.edu - Homepage
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Understanding the Impact of Immigration on Crime
JL Spenkuch
American Law and Economics Review 16 (1), 177–219, 2014
1362014
Political Advertising and Election Results
JL Spenkuch, D Toniatti
Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (4), 1981–2036, 2018
125*2018
Racial Disparities in Job Finding and Offered Wages
RG Fryer Jr, D Pager, JL Spenkuch
Journal of Law and Economics 56 (3), 633–689, 2013
1162013
A Theory of Intergenerational Mobility
GS Becker, SD Kominers, KM Muprhy, JL Spenkuch
Journal of Political Economy 126 (S1), S7–S25, 2018
992018
Religion and Work: Micro Evidence from Contemporary Germany
JL Spenkuch
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 135, 193–214, 2017
76*2017
The Plight of Mixed-Race Adolescents
RG Fryer Jr, L Kahn, SD Levitt, JL Spenkuch
Review of Economics and Statistics 94 (3), 621–634, 2012
66*2012
The Manipulation of Childrens Preferences, Old Age Support, and Investment in Children's Human Capital
GS Becker, KM Murphy, JL Spenkuch
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (S2), S3–S30, 2016
572016
Moral Hazard and Selection Among the Poor: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment
JL Spenkuch
Journal of Health Economics 31 (1), 72–85, 2012
532012
Self-Selection and Comparative Advantage in Social Interactions
S Cicala, RG Fryer Jr, JL Spenkuch
Journal of the European Economic Association 16 (4), 983–1020, 2018
51*2018
Elite Influence? Religion and the Electoral Success of the Nazis
JL Spenkuch, P Tillmann
American Journal of Political Science 62 (1), 19–36, 2018
47*2018
Expressive vs. Strategic Voters: An Empirical Assessment
JL Spenkuch
Journal of Public Economics 165, 73–81, 2018
47*2018
Backward Induction in the Wild? Evidence from Sequential Voting in the US Senate
JL Spenkuch, BP Montagnes, DB Magleby
American Economic Review 108 (7), 1971–2013, 2018
23*2018
Quid Pro Quo? Corporate Returns to Campaign Contributions
A Fowler, H Garro, JL Spenkuch
Journal of Politics 82 (3), 844–858, 2020
192020
Please Don’t Vote for Me: Voting in a Natural Experiment with Perverse Incentives
JL Spenkuch
Economic Journal 125 (585), 1025–1052, 2015
16*2015
Moral Hazard and Special Interests in Congress
E Kaplan, JL Spenkuch, H Yuan
5*2019
Intergenerational Mobility and Income Inequality
JL Spenkuch
Inequality and Economic Policy: Essays in Memory of Gary Becker, 2015
52015
Measuring Geographic Polarization: Theory and Long-Run Evidence
E Kaplan, JL Spenkuch, R Sullivan
42019
Strategic Voting in Large Elections
JL Spenkuch
Dissertation, University of Chicago, 2013
32013
Politics from the Bench? Ideology and Strategic Voting in the US Supreme Court
TS Clark, BP Montagnes, JL Spenkuch
22019
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