I agree that the CDC should be allowed to study #gunviolence but disagree strongly with this headline 1/n washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2…
Gun violence research has not, in fact, been shut down for 20 years. Here are some studies that were done during that time: 2/n
Duggan, Hjalmarsson, and Jacob (2011) — “The short-term and localized effect of gun shows: Evidence from CA and TX” mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.116…
.@ChengCheng_t and Hoekstra (2013) — “Does strengthening self-defense law deter crime or escalate violence” jhr.uwpress.org/content/48/3/8…
Cook and Ludwig (2005) — “The social costs of gun ownership” home.uchicago.edu/~ludwigj/paper…
Manski and Pepper (2016) "How do Right-to-Carry Laws Affect Crime Rates?” faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/~cfm754/rtc.pdf
.@JohnDonohueSLS, Aneja, Weber (2017) "Right-to-Carry Laws and Violent Crime” nber.org/papers/w23510
National Academies critical review of the evidence on firearms & violence (2004) nap.edu/read/10881/cha…
.@jillianbcarr and @jenniferdoleac (2017) "Keep the Kids Inside? Juvenile Curfews and Urban Gun Violence” jenniferdoleac.com/wp-content/upl…
Anderson and Sabia (2016) — “Child access prevention laws, youth gun carrying, and school shootings” ftp.iza.org/dp9830.pdf
Marvell (2001) "The Impact of Banning Juvenile Gun Possession” journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.108…
Ayres & @JohnDonohueSLS (2003) "Shooting Down the More Guns, Less Crime Hypothesis” digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/cgi/viewconten…
Mocan and @Erdal_Tekin_ (2006) "Guns and Juvenile Crime” journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.108…
.@GEdwardsPhD, Nesson, @DrJoshRob, Vars: "The Effect of Mandatory Handgun Purchase Delays on Homicide and Suicide” papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cf…
Cook, Ludwig, Venkatesh, Braga (2007) "Underground Gun Markets” onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.…
Duggan (2001) “More guns, more crime” kellogg.northwestern.edu/faculty/dranov…
Loeffler & Flaxman (2016) “Is gun violence contagious?” arxiv.org/abs/1611.06713
Koenig & Schindler (2016) "Dynamics in Gun Ownership and Crime – Evidence from the A‰ftermath of Sandy Hook” david-schindler.de/JMP%20David%20…
.@phil_wellesley and McKnight (2017) "Firearms and accidental deaths: Evidence from the aftermath of the Sandy Hook school shooting”
science.sciencemag.org/content/358/63…

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Aug 29, 2018
We don’t know much about whether education-based interventions can reduce recidivism (for those who already have a criminal record). However, there is a long literature on the effects of education on crime more broadly.

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Punchline: education is a very effective way to prevent crime.

Caveat: gathering young people in one place (for school or anything else) can unintentionally increase criminal behavior.
"The Effect of Education on Crime: Evidence from Prison
Inmates, Arrests, and Self-Reports” (2004) by Lochner & Moretti

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Jul 28, 2018
It’s wonderful to see economists like @paulgp and @economistified offering to comment on JMP abstracts and intros. Econ JM candidates, take them up on this -- even if you think your writing is good. It can always be better. Better writing makes your ideas easier to appreciate.
A common misconception among grad students is that people will read your full paper, giving you 30ish pages of text to make your ideas clear and compelling.
Most people will only ever read your abstract. If you are very lucky they will also read your intro (though not always with full attention). You need to leave them with a clear understanding of your contribution in both places. This is hard. Other people can help.
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Mar 6, 2018
My paper on Naloxone access and opioid abuse (joint work with @anita_mukherjee) is now online:

"The Moral Hazard of Lifesaving Innovations: Naloxone Access, Opioid Abuse, and Crime"
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Naloxone is a drug that can save someone’s life if administered during an opioid overdose. It therefore has potential as a harm-reduction strategy to fight the opioid epidemic.
Every state has passed laws expanding access to Naloxone; many places now have standing orders allowing anyone to purchase it without a prescription. For many, the goal is to get Naloxone into everyone’s medicine cabinet.
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