altruism and charitable giving
Eckel, Catherine, David Herberich, and Jonathan Meer. "It's Not the Thought That Counts: A Field Experiment on Gift Exchange at a Public University." in The Economics of Philanthropy, Kimberley Scharf and Mirco Tonin, ed. Forthcoming, MIT Press. [Abstract]
Brown, Alexander, Jonathan Meer
and Jacob Forrest Williams. "Why
Do People Volunteer? An Experimental Analysis of Preferences for Time
Eckel, Catherine, David Herberich, and Jonathan Meer. "A Field Experiment on Directed Giving at a Public University." Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Vol. 66, February 2017. pp. 66-71. [Abstract]
Brown, Alexander, Jonathan Meer and Jacob Forrest Williams. "Social Distance and Quality Ratings in Charity Choice." Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics. Vol. 66, February 2017. pp. 9-15. [Abstract]
Meer, Jonathan. "Effects of the Price of Charitable Giving: Evidence from an Online Crowdfunding Platform." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. Vol. 103, July 2014. pp. 113-124. [Abstract] [Web Appendix]
Meer, Jonathan and Oren Rigbi. "The Effects of Transactions Costs and Social Distance: Evidence from a Field Experiment." B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. Vol 13, No. 1, July 2013. pp. 271-296. [Abstract]
Meer, Jonathan and Harvey S. Rosen. "Does Generosity Beget Generosity? Alumni Giving and Undergraduate Financial Aid." Economics of Education Review. Vol. 31, No. 6, December 2012. pp. 890-907. [Abstract] [Online Appendix]
Meer, Jonathan. "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime: Peer Pressure in Charitable Solicitation." Journal of Public Economics. Vol. 95, Nos. 7-8, August 2011. pp. 926-941. [Abstract]
Meer, Jonathan and Harvey S. Rosen. "The Impact of Athletic Performance on Alumni Giving: An Analysis of Micro Data." Economics of Education Review. Vol. 28, No. 3, June 2009. pp. 287-294. [Abstract]
labor, education, and health
Lim, Jaegeum and Jonathan Meer. "How Do Peers Influence BMI? Evidence from Randomly Assigned Classroms in South Korea." Forthcoming, Social Science and Medicine.
Lim, Jaegeum and Jonathan Meer. "The Impact of Teacher-Student Gender Matches: Random Assignment Evidence from South Korea." Journal of Human Resources. Vol. 52, No. 4, Fall 2017. pp. 979-997. [Abstract]
Meer, Jonathan and Jeremy West. "Effects of the Minimum Wage on Employment Dynamics." Journal of Human Resources. Vol. 51, No. 2, Spring 2016. pp. 500-522. [Abstract] [NBER Version of Paper] [Data & Code - JHR Version] [Data & Code - NBER Version] [Appendix - Response to Dube (2013)]
Meer, Jonathan. “Evidence on the Returns to Secondary Vocational Education.” Economics of Education Review. Vol. 26, No. 5, September 2007. pp. 559-573. [Abstract]
Clemens, Jeff, Lisa Kahn, and Jonathan Meer. "Wage Regulation, Compensation Packages, and Worker Welfare." 2017.
Lim, Jaegeum and Jonathan Meer. "Persistent Effects of Teacher-Student Gender Matches." NBER Working Paper No. 24128. December 2017.
Meer, Jonathan and Jeremy West. "Identifying the Effects of Health Insurance Mandates on Small Business Employment and Pay." 2011. [Abstract]
behavioral and public
West, Jeremy, Mark Hoekstra, Jonathan Meer, and Steven Puller. “Vehicle Miles (Not) Traveled: Why Fuel Economy Requirements Don’t Increase Household Driving.” Journal of Public Economics. 145C, January 2017. pp. 65-81 [Abstract]
Bernheim, B. Douglas, Jonathan Meer, and Neva K. Novarro. "Do Consumers Exploit Commitment Opportunities? Evidence from Natural Experiments Involving Liquor Consumption." American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. Vol. 8, No. 4, November 2016. pp. 41-69. [Abstract]
Dinerstein, Michael, Caroline Hoxby, Jonathan Meer, and Pablo Villaneuva. "Did the Fiscal Stimulus Work for Universities?" in How the Financial Crisis and Great Recession Affected Higher Education, Jeffrey Brown and Caroline Hoxby, eds. Forthcoming, University of Chicago Press.
Bernheim, B. Douglas and Jonathan Meer. “Do Real Estate brokers Add Value When Listing Services are Unbundled?” Economic Inquiry. Vol. 51, No. 2, April 2013. pp. 1166-1182. [Abstract]
Meer, Jonathan and Edward D. Van Wesep. “Learning and Overconfidence Bias: Evidence from US College Debaters.” 2012. [Abstract]