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Aggregation reversals and the social formation of beliefs

Edward L. Glaeser

Aggregation reversals and the social formation of beliefs

by Edward L. Glaeser

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
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"In the past two elections, richer people were more likely to vote Republican while richer states were more likely to vote Democratic. This switch is an aggregation reversal, where an individual relationship, like income and Republicanism, is reversed at some level of aggregation. Aggregation reversals can occur when an independent variable impacts an outcome both directly and indirectly through a correlation with beliefs. For example, income increases the desire for low taxes but decreases belief in Republican social causes. If beliefs are learned socially, then aggregation can magnify the connection between the independent variable and beliefs, which can cause an aggregation reversal. We estimate the model"s parameters for three examples of aggregation reversals, and show with these parameters that the model predicts the observed reversals"--National Bureau of Economic Research web site.

Edition Notes

StatementEdward L. Glaeser, Bruce Sacerdote.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 13031
ContributionsSacerdote, Bruce., National Bureau of Economic Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16323212M
LC Control Number2007615179

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[Edward L Glaeser; Bruce Sacerdote; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- In the past two elections, richer people were more likely to vote Republican while richer states were more likely to vote Democratic.

This switch is an aggregation reversal, where an individual. Aggregation reversals and the social formation of beliefs. [Edward L Glaeser; Bruce Sacerdote; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "In the past two elections, richer people were more likely to vote Republican while richer states were more likely to Aggregation reversals and the social formation of beliefs book Democratic.

This switch is an aggregation reversal, where an individual. Request PDF | Aggregation Reversals and the Social Formation of Beliefs | In the past two elections, richer people were more likely to vote Republican while richer states were more likely to. Aggregation reversals can occur when an independent variable impacts an outcome both directly and indirectly through a correlation with beliefs.

For example, income increases the desire for low taxes but decreases belief in Republican social causes. If beliefs are learned socially, then aggregation can magnify the connection between the.

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