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January 2012Valuing the Vote: The Redistribution of Voting Rights and State Funds Following the Voting Rights Act of 1965
with Elizabeth U. Cascio: w17776

Published: “Valuing the Vote: The Redistribution of Voting Rights and State Funds Following the Voting Rights Act of 1965” (with Ebonya Washington), The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129(1), 379-433, February 2014.

May 2011Do Majority Black Districts Limit Blacks' Representation? The Case of the 1990 Redistricting
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Published: “Do Majority Black Districts Lim it Blacks’ Representation? The Case of the 1990 Redistricting” Journal of Law and Economics , 2012, 55 (2) 251-274.

Are the Seeds of Bad Governance Sown in Good Times?
with Antoinette Schoar: w17061
February 2011Does Less Income Mean Less Representation?
with Eric J. Brunner, Stephen L. Ross: w16835

Published: Eric Brunner & Stephen L. Ross & Ebonya Washington, 2013. "Does Less Income Mean Less Representation?," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, American Economic Association, vol. 5(2), pages 53-76, May. citation courtesy of

May 2010The First of the Month Effect: Behavior and Store Responses
with Justine Hastings
in Income Taxation, Trans-Atlantic Public Economics Seminar (TAPES), Roger Gordon and Thomas Piketty, organizers
September 2009Party Affiliation, Partisanship, and Political Beliefs: A Field Experiment
with Alan S. Gerber, Gregory A. Huber: w15365
December 2008The First of the Month Effect: Consumer Behavior and Store Responses
with Justine S. Hastings: w14578

Published: Justine Hastings & Ebonya Washington, 2010. "The First of the Month Effect: Consumer Behavior and Store Responses," American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, American Economic Association, vol. 2(2), pages 142-62, May. citation courtesy of

June 2008Economics and Ideology: Causal Evidence of the Impact of Economic Conditions on Support for Redistribution and Other Ballot Proposals
with Eric J. Brunner, Stephen L. Ross: w14091

Published: “Economics and Policy Preferences: Causal Evidence of the Impact of Economic Conditions on Support for Redistribution and Other Proposals,” Review of Economics and Statistics (2011), 93(3): 888-906 (with Eric Brunner and Stephen L. Ross)

November 2007Segregation and Black Political Efficacy
with Elizabeth Oltmans Ananat: w13606

Published: Ananat, Elizabeth Oltmans & Washington, Ebonya, 2009. "Segregation and Black political efficacy," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 93(5-6), pages 807-822, June.

January 2006Female Socialization: How Daughters Affect Their Legislator Fathers' Voting on Women's Issues
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Published: Washington, Ebonya Lia. “Female Socialization: How Daughters Affect Their Legislator Fathers’ Voting on Women’s Issues.” American Economic Review 98, 1 (2008): 311-332.

Sticking with Your Vote: Cognitive Dissonance and Voting
with Sendhil Mullainathan: w11910

Published: Sendhil Mullainathan & Ebonya Washington, 2009. "Sticking with Your Vote: Cognitive Dissonance and Political Attitudes," American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, American Economic Association, vol. 1(1), pages 86-111, January. citation courtesy of

How Black Candidates Affect Voter Turnout
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Published: Washington, Ebonya. "How Black Candidates Affect Voter Turnout," Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2006, v121(3,Aug), 973-998.

March 2003Subsidies to Employee Health Insurance Premiums and the Health Insurance Market
with Jonathan Gruber: w9567

Published: Gruber, Jonathan and Ebonya Washington. "Subsidies To Employee Health Insurance Premiums And The Health Insurance Market," Journal of Health Economics, 2005, v24(2,Mar), 253-276.

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