Levi Boxell
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Polarization and Public Health: Partisan Differences in Social Distancing during the Coronavirus Pandemic
H Allcott, L Boxell, J Conway, M Gentzkow, M Thaler, DY Yang
Journal of Public Economics 191, 104254, 2020
Greater Internet use is not associated with faster growth in political polarization among US demographic groups
L Boxell, M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), 10612-10617, 2017
Cross-Country Trends in Affective Polarization
L Boxell, M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
What Explains Temporal and Geographic Variation in the Early US Coronavirus Pandemic?
H Allcott, L Boxell, JC Conway, BA Ferguson, M Gentzkow, B Goldman
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2020
A note on internet use and the 2016 US presidential election outcome
L Boxell, M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
PloS one 13 (7), e0199571, 2018
Demographic change and political polarization in the United States
L Boxell
Economics Letters 192, 109187, 2020
Droughts, Conflict, and the African Slave Trade
L Boxell
Journal of Comparative Economics 47 (4), 774-791, 2019
Slanted Images: Measuring Nonverbal Media Bias During the 2016 Election
L Boxell
Available at SSRN 3837521, 2021
Affective polarization did not increase during the coronavirus pandemic
L Boxell, J Conway, JN Druckman, M Gentzkow
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
K-fold cross-validation and the gravity model of bilateral trade
L Boxell
Atlantic Economic Journal 43 (2), 289-300, 2015
Taxing dissent: The impact of a social media tax in Uganda
L Boxell, Z Steinert-Threlkeld
Available at SSRN 3766440, 2021
Is media driving Americans apart
L Boxell, M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
The New York Times 6, 2017
The internet, political polarization, and the 2016 election
L Boxell, M Gentzkow, JM Shapiro
Cato Institute Research Brief in Economic Policy, 2017
The Slave Trade and Conflict in Africa, 1400-2000
L Boxell, JT Dalton, TC Leung
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