Steven Levitt

Sociology and Economics University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Demography, Labor Economics, Epidemiology
"Steven Levitt"


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James Poterba grad student 2004 MIT (Econometree)


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Brian A. Jacob grad student 2001 Chicago (SocTree)
Joseph J. Doyle grad student 2002 Chicago
Ming-Jen Lin grad student 2002 Chicago
Rena J. Rosenberg grad student 2002 Chicago
Raphael De Coninck grad student 2004 Chicago
Carolina Czastkiewicz grad student 2005 Chicago
Justin Marion grad student 2005 Chicago
Kathleen J. Mullen grad student 2005 Chicago
Fernanda Ruiz Nunez grad student 2006 Chicago
Hsin-yu Tseng grad student 2006 Chicago
Paul Heaton grad student 2007 Chicago
Maria Porter grad student 2007 Chicago
Amee Kamdar grad student 2008 Chicago
Devon Haskell grad student 2012 Chicago
Ethan M. Lieber grad student 2013 Chicago
Jorg L. Spenkuch grad student 2013 Chicago
Daryl Fairweather grad student 2014 Chicago
Keith J. Henwood grad student 2014 Chicago
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Levitt SD, List JA, Neckermann S, et al. (2016) Quantity discounts on a virtual good: The results of a massive pricing experiment at King Digital Entertainment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113: 7323-8
Levitt SD. (2012) Identifying terrorists using banking data B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy. 12
Levitt SD. (2008) Evidence that seat belts are as effective as child safety seats in preventing death for children aged two and up Review of Economics and Statistics. 90: 158-163
Levitt SD. (2007) If it makes perfect sense, it's probably wrong. Interview by Bill Santamour. Hospitals & Health Networks / Aha. 81: 20, 22
Dubner S, Levitt S. (2006) Freakonomics. Flesh trade: why not let people sell their organs? The New York Times Magazine. 20-1
Levitt SD. (2006) White-collar crime writ small: A case study of bagels, donuts, and the honor system American Economic Review. 96: 290-294
Levitt SD. (2004) Understanding why crime fell in the 1990s: Four factors that explain the decline and six that do not Journal of Economic Perspectives. 18: 163-190
Levitt SD. (2004) Why are gambling markets organised so differently from financial markets? Economic Journal. 114: 223-246
Levitt SD. (2004) Testing theories of discrimination: Evidence from weakest link Journal of Law and Economics. 47: 431-452
Jacob BA, Levitt SD. (2004) To catch a cheat Education Next. 4: 68-75
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