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While there is growing concern about the industry’s ability to produce high-quality information, some argue that the market can only support a certain amount of diversity.
In a recent working paper, I investigate the impact of increased media competition on the quantity and quality of news provided and, ultimately, on political participation (Cagé 2017).
After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website.
Conventional wisdom holds that more media competition makes citizens more informed, and that it improves the functioning of democracies.
Furthermore, I provide additional evidence of this decrease in news quality.
I estimate the effect of newspaper entry by comparing counties that experience entry to similar counties in the same years that do not (in this column, "counties" refer to the 90 of metropolitan France).