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Posts by Matthew Gentzkow
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow shares findings from research that explores how polarization has evolved during the coronavirus pandemic.
Matthew Gentzkow, Stanford economist, discusses a recent paper that explores to what extent rising affective polarization has seen increases in the U.S. and other developed democracies.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow shares findings from recent research that explores how polarization has evolved during the coronavirus pandemic.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow presents his findings that deactivating Facebook leaves people less informed but happier.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow reviews two compelling studies that examine what happens when digital media users are pushed outside their news feed ‘comfort zone’.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow looks at the role of social media and fake news in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Stanford economist Matthew Gentzkow examines the partisan divide in U.S. politics through the language differences used by the left and right.
Stanford economics professor Matthew Gentzkow examines whether the rise of social media has magnified political polarization.
Stanford economics professor Matthew Gentzkow examines data from several research studies to answer the question, “Are Americans more politically divided now than ever before?”
Professor Matthew Gentzkow discusses competition in media, and how it is sometimes beneficial and at other times harmful.
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