David Van Dijcke
David Van Dijcke
Department of Economics, University of Michigan
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The COVID-19 Pandemic: Government versus Community Action Across the United States
A Brzezinski, G Deiana, V Kecht, D Van Dijcke
Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers 7, 115-156, 2020
932020
Science Skepticism Reduced Compliance with COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place Policies in the United States
A Brzezinski, V Kecht, D Van Dijcke, AL Wright
88*2021
Unmasking partisanship: Polarization undermines public response to collective risk
M Milosh, M Painter, K Sonin, D Van Dijcke, AL Wright
Journal of Public Economics 204, 104538, 2021
292021
The Cost of Staying Open: Voluntary Social Distancing and Lockdowns in the US
A Brzezinski, V Kecht, D Van Dijcke
Economics Series Working Papers, University of Oxford, Department of …, 2020
242020
Profiling Insurrection: Characterizing Collective Action Using Mobile Device Data
D Van Dijcke, AL Wright
Available at SSRN 3776854, 2021
42021
Using Mobile Device Traces to Improve Near-Real Time Data Collection During the George Floyd Protests
D Van Dijcke, AL Wright
Available at SSRN 3621731, 2020
42020
Political polarisation impedes the public policy response to COVID-19
M Milosh, M Painter, K Sonin, D Van Dijcke, A Wright
42020
Work Effort and the Cycle: Evidence from Survey Data
V Lewis, D van Dijcke
Deutsche Bundesbank Discussion Papers, 2019
32019
The Impact of ECB Unconventional Monetary Policy on Income Inequality in the Netherlands
D Van Dijcke
Bank- en Financiewezen – Revue bancaire et financière 84 (2018/3), 2018
12018
Firm-Level Job Postings in the COVID-19 Recession and Recovery
M Buckmann, A Turrell, D Van Dijcke
2020
Leaning Against the Wind When Inequality Bites Back
D van Dijcke
Working Paper, 2019
2019
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