University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Jeremy Greenwood is Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a Fellow of the Econometrics Society and a Research Associate at the NBER. His research has focused on business cycles, growth, and family economics.
Articles by Jeremy Greenwood:
US income inequality and assortative marriages
22 February 2014, 15763 reads
An equilibrium model of the African HIV/AIDS epidemic
25 May 2013, 9283 reads
Shame, peer effects, and sexual behaviour
19 January 2012, 18344 reads
Premarital sex: An economic model of its rise and de-stigmatisation
20 February 2010, 84892 reads
What is your PC worth?
3 March 2008, 34388 reads