Literature

TitleAuthorsKeywordsDate PublishedRelated Blogs
Assisting Teachers with Artificial Intelligence: Investigating the Role of Teachers Usinga Randomized Field ExperimentJun Hyung Kim, Minki Kim, Do Won Kwak, and Sol Leeartificial intelligence, teachers, field experiment,
spillover effects
June 2019A New Generation: AI and the Future of Teaching
Digital EconomicsAvi Goldfarb, Catherine Tuckerdigital economics, costsMarch 2019
Where the Cloud Rests: The Economic Geography of Data CentersShane Greenstein, Tommy Pan Fangcloud, data, entry costsSeptember 2020
Biased Programmers? Or Biased Data? A Field Experiment in Operationalizing AI EthicsBo Cowgill, Fabrizio Dell'Acqua, Samuel Deng, Daniel Hsu, Nakul Verma, Augustin Chaintreaubias, data, field experiementJuly 2020Data, Programmers, and Inherent Bias
Robots and Jobs: Evidence from US Labor MarketsDaron Acemoglu, Pascual Restreporobots, automation, wagesJune 2020The Equilibrium of Robots
The Polarization of the U.S. Labor MarketDavid H. Autor, Lawrence F. Katz, Melissa S. Kearney Labor Force and Employment, Size, and StructureMay 2006The Equilibrium of Robots
The Robot Revolution: Managerial and Employment Consequences for FirmsJay Dixon, Bryan Hong, Lynn Wurobots, adoption, automationMarch 2021The Equilibrium of Robots
Algorithm Fairness and EconomicsBo Cowgill, Catherine E. Tuckerdata, biasApril 2019
A Broken Social Elevator? Employment Outcomes of First- and Second-generation Immigrants in BelgiumCeline Piton, Francoois RycxFirst- and second-generation immigrants,
employment, moderating factors
May 2020Social Mobility in the Age of Social Media
Shifts in Privacy ConcernsAvi Goldfarb, Catherine TuckerPrivacy, ITMay 2012More Online Contexts Evoke Privacy Concerns
Information Gatekeepers on The Internet and the Competitiveness of Homogeneous Product MarketsMichael R. Baye, John Morgandigital economics, competitionJune 2001Online Information Markets & Information Gatekeepers
Understanding Digital Markets: Review and AssesmentMichael D. Smith, Joseph Bailey, Erik Brynjolfssondigital economicsOctober 2001
Signaling in retrospect and the informational structure of marketsMichael Spenceinternet, information signalling June 2002
Inflated Reputations: Uncertainty, Leniency, and Moral Wiggle Room in Trader Feedback SystemsGary E. Bolton, David J. Kusterer, Johannes Mansreputation, trust, leniency bias, electronic markets, experimental economicsMay 2019Feedback and Reputation on the Online Market
Facebook Shadow ProfileLuis Aguiar, Christian Peukert, Maximilian Schäfer, Hannes UllrichFacebook, privacy, user data, web tracking, shadow profiles
February 2022Facebook & Online Shadow Profiles
Firm Investments in Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Changes in
Workforce Composition
Tania Babina, Anastassia Fedyk,
Alex He, James Hodson
artificial intelligence, technological change, technology adoption, human capital, workforce
composition, firm organization
February 2022Firm Investments in Artificial Intelligence Technologies and Changes in Workforce Composition
Artificial Intelligence, Firm Growth, and Product InnovationTania Babina, Anastassia Fedyk,
Alex He, James Hodson
artificial intelligence, technological change, technology adoption, economic growth, product
innovation, productivity, human capital, superstar firms, industry concentration
November 2021Artificial Intelligence, Firm Growth, and Product Innovation