Curriculum Vitae (pdf) Jeremy West

Research fields

Applied microeconomics
Public economics
Energy and environmental economics

Research papers

"Racial Bias in Police Investigations" (2018).
Revise and resubmit at The Review of Economics and Statistics

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

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

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

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

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

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

"Identifying the Effects of Health Insurance Mandates on Small Business Employment and Pay" (2011).
Working paper with Jonathan Meer.

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.

"Who Loses from Regulatory Capture? Evidence from Hazardous Waste Cleanup," with Justin Marion.

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