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Publications of Matthew Turner

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Forthcoming

  • Nathanial Baum-Snow, Loren Brandt, Vernon Henderson, Matthew Turner, Qinghua Zhang, "Roads, Rails and the Development of Chinese Cities", Review of Economics and Statistics, forthcoming.

2014

  • Peter Morrow, Gilles Duranton, Matthew Turner, "Roads and Trade: Evidence from the U.S.", Review of Economic Studies 81 (2) (2014), 681–724. (Freely available.)
  • Matthew Turner, Wilbert van der Klaauw, Andrew Haughwout, "Land use regulation and welfare", Econometrica 82 (4) (2014), 1341–1403.

2012

  • Gilles Duranton and Matthew Turner, "Urban growth and transportation", Review of Economic Studies 79 (4) (2012), 1407–1440. (Freely available.)

2010

  • Martin J. Osborne and Matthew Turner, "Cost benefit analyses versus referenda", Journal of Political Economy 118 (1) (2010), 156–187.

2008

  • Henry G. Overman, Diego Puga, Matthew Turner, "Decomposing the growth in residential land in the United States", Regional Science and Urban Economics 38 (5) (2008), 487–497.
  • Matthew Turner, Jean Eid, Henry G. Overman, Diego Puga, "Fat city: Questioning the relationship between urban sprawl and obesity", Journal of Urban Economics 63 (2008), 385–404.

2007

  • Loren Brandt and Matthew Turner, "The Usefulness of Imperfect Elections: The Case of Village Elections in Rural China", Economics and Politics 19 (3) (2007), 453–480.
  • Vernon Henderson, Ari Kunkoro, Matthew Turner, "Industrial Development in Cities", in The Growth of Cities (edited by Zoltan J. Acs), Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom, 2007, 1067–1090.
  • Matthew Turner, "A Simple Theory of Smart Growth and Sprawl", Journal of Urban Economics (2007) (Freely available.)

2006

2005

  • Martin J. Osborne, Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, Matthew Turner, "Meetings with Costly Participation: Reply", American Economic Review 95 (4) (2005), 1351–1354.
  • Matthew Turner, "Landscape Preferences and Patterns of Residential Development", Journal of Urban Economics 57 (1) (2005), 19–54.
  • Matthew Turner and Quinn Weninger, "Meetings with Costly Participation: An empirical analysis", Review of Economic Studies 72 (1) (2005), 247–268. (Freely available.)

2004

  • Loren Brandt, Scott Rozelle, Matthew Turner, "Local Government Behavior and Property Rights Formation in Rural China", Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics 160 (4) (2004), 627–662.

2000

  • Martin J. Osborne, Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, Matthew Turner, "Meetings with Costly Participation", American Economic Review 90 (4) (2000), 927–943. (Freely available.)

1999

  • Matthew Turner, "Tradition and Common Property Regulation", Canadian Journal of Economics 32 (3) (1999), 673–687.

1997

  • Matthew Turner, "Parental Altruism and Common Property Regulation", Canadian Journal of Economics 30 (4a) (1997), 809–821.
  • Matthew Turner, "Quota-induced Discarding in Heterogeneous Fisheries", Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 3 (2) (1997), 186–195.

1996

  • Matthew Turner, "Value-Based ITQ's", Marine Resource Economics 11 (1996), 59–69.

1995

  • Vernon Henderson, Ari Kunkoro, Matthew Turner, "Industrial Development in Cities", Journal of Political Economy 103 (5) (1995), 1067–1089. (Freely available.)