Nicolas Crouzet, Ian Dew-Becker, and Charles G. Nathanson
Forthcoming, Review of Financial Studies
Restricting short-term trading hurts short- and long-term professional investors but may help less sophisticated investors.
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Charles G. Nathanson and Eric Zwick
Journal of Finance 73(6) (2018): 2587-2633
Speculation reverses the common intuition that elastic housing supply attenuates house price booms.
Edward L. Glaeser and Charles G. Nathanson
Journal of Financial Economics 126(1) (2017): 147-170
A modest approximation to rationality leads house prices to display momentum, mean reversion, and excess volatility.
Benjamin B. Lockwood, Charles G. Nathanson, and E. Glen Weyl
Journal of Political Economy 125(5) (2017): 1635-1682
When different occupations have different spillover benefits (or costs) to society, the income tax can increase efficiency by incentivizing workers to choose more productive jobs.
Edward L. Glaeser, Joseph Gyourko, Eduardo Morales, and Charles G. Nathanson
Journal of Urban Economics 81 (2014): 45-56
A rational, spatial-equilibrium model estimated with city-level income data captures some of the mean reversion and volatility in house prices, but none of the short-run persistence.
Charles G. Nathanson, Corina E. Tarnita, and Martin A. Nowak
PLoS Computational Biology 5(12): 45-56 (2009)
An easily computable statistic determines which strategy in a 2-by-2 game is evolutionarily stable when that game is played on a given graph.