Curriculum Vitae (pdf) Jeremy West

Research fields

Applied microeconomics
Public economics
Energy and environmental economics

Journal articles

"Cash for Corollas: When Stimulus Reduces Spending" (2017), with Mark Hoekstra and Steve Puller. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 9(3): 1-35.   [VoxEU column]

"Vehicle Miles (Not) Traveled: Fuel Economy Requirements, Vehicle Characteristics, and Household Driving" (2017), with Mark Hoekstra, Jonathan Meer and Steve Puller. Journal of Public Economics, 145: 65-81.   [VoxEU column]

"Effects of the Minimum Wage on Employment Dynamics" (2016), with Jonathan Meer. Journal of Human Resources, 51(2): 500-52.   [Data and Code (13 MB)]   [Online Appendix]   [VoxEU column]

"Efficient Retail Pricing in Electricity and Natural Gas Markets" (2013), with Steve Puller. American Economic Review: Papers and Proceedings, 103(3): 350-355.   [Online Appendix]

Working papers

"Do Pecuniary Incentives Crowd Out Social Pressure?" (2018), with Robert Fairlie, Bryan Pratt, and Liam Rose.

"Learning by Doing in Law Enforcement" (2018).   [Data and Code (661 MB)]

"Racial Bias in Police Investigations" (2018).

Projects in progress

"Cash Rewards for Energy Conservation: A Field Experiment," with S├ębastien Houde and Mary Zaki

"Energy Efficiency Information Disclosure for Homes," with Erica Myers and Steve Puller

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