Erik Snowberg
Erik Snowberg
David Eccles School of Business, University of Utah; Vancouver School of Economics, UBC
Verified email at eccles.utah.edu - Homepage
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The promise of prediction markets
KJ Arrow, R Forsythe, M Gorham, R Hahn, R Hanson, JO Ledyard, ...
Science, 2008
4682008
Explaining the favorite–long shot bias: Is it risk-love or misperceptions?
E Snowberg, J Wolfers
Journal of Political Economy 118 (4), 723-746, 2010
3582010
Partisan impacts on the economy: evidence from prediction markets and close elections
E Snowberg, J Wolfers, E Zitzewitz
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 122 (2), 807-829, 2007
3442007
Overconfidence in political behavior
P Ortoleva, E Snowberg
American Economic Review 105 (2), 504-35, 2015
3342015
Experimenting with measurement error: Techniques with applications to the caltech cohort study
B Gillen, E Snowberg, L Yariv
Journal of Political Economy 127 (4), 1826-1863, 2019
2042019
Mecro‐economic voting: Local information and micro‐perceptions of the macro‐economy
S Ansolabehere, M Meredith, E Snowberg
Economics & Politics 26 (3), 380-410, 2014
2002014
Television and the incumbency advantage in US elections
S Ansolabehere, EC Snowberg, JM Snyder Jr
Legislative Studies Quarterly 31 (4), 469-490, 2006
1482006
Selective trials: A principal-agent approach to randomized controlled experiments
S Chassang, PI Miquel, E Snowberg
American Economic Review 102 (4), 1279-1309, 2012
1352012
Decision theoretic approaches to experiment design and external validity
AV Banerjee, S Chassang, E Snowberg
Handbook of Economic Field Experiments 1, 141-174, 2017
133*2017
Batched bandit problems
V Perchet, P Rigollet, S Chassang, E Snowberg
The Annals of Statistics 44 (2), 660-681, 2016
1232016
Testing the waters: Behavior across participant pools
E Snowberg, L Yariv
American Economic Review 111 (2), 687-719, 2021
952021
Digging into the pocketbook: Evidence on economic voting from income registry data matched to a voter survey
AJ Healy, M Persson, E Snowberg
American Political Science Review 111 (4), 771-785, 2017
832017
Asking about numbers: Why and how
S Ansolabehere, M Meredith, E Snowberg
Political Analysis 21 (1), 48-69, 2013
802013
Unrepresentative information: The case of newspaper reporting on campaign finance
S Ansolabehere, EC Snowberg, JM Snyder Jr
Public Opinion Quarterly 69 (2), 213-231, 2005
782005
Party influence in congress and the economy
E Snowberg, J Wolfers, E Zitzewitz
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
642006
Prediction markets for economic forecasting
E Snowberg, J Wolfers, E Zitzewitz
Handbook of Economic Forecasting 2, 657-687, 2013
622013
A theory of experimenters: Robustness, randomization, and balance
AV Banerjee, S Chassang, S Montero, E Snowberg
American Economic Review 110 (4), 1206-30, 2020
57*2020
How prediction markets can save event studies
E Snowberg, J Wolfers, E Zitzewitz
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
572011
Sociotropic voting and the media
S Ansolabehere, M Meredith, E Snowberg
Improving Public Opinion Surveys, 175-190, 2011
52*2011
Loss attitudes in the US population: Evidence from dynamically optimized sequential experimentation (DOSE)
J Chapman, E Snowberg, S Wang, C Camerer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
502018
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