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Publications and forthcoming papers

 

“A Practitioner’s Guide to Cluster-Robust Inference,” with A. Colin Cameron.  Forthcoming, Journal of Human Resources.

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“Income, the Earned Income Tax Credit, and Infant Health,” with Hilary W. Hoynes and David Simon.  Forthcoming, American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.

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“Head Start: From Origins to Impacts” with Chloe Gibbs and Jens Ludwig.  2013.  Chapter 2 in Legacies of the War of Poverty, Bailey and Danziger, eds, Russell Sage Foundation.

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 “The effects of housing and neighborhood conditions on child mortality”, with Brian A. Jacob and Jens Ludwig.  Journal of Health Economics.  January 2013, 32(1), pp 195-206.

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 “Who suffers during recessions?” with Hilary W. Hoynes and Jessamyn Schaller.  Journal of Economic Perspectives, Summer 2012, 26(3), pp 27-48

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“Robust inference with Multiway Clustering,” with A. Colin Cameron and Jonah B. Gelbach.  Journal of Business and Economic Statistics.  April 2011, Vol. 29. No. 2.  pp 238-249.

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 “Robust inference with clustered data,” with A. Colin Cameron.  Chapter 1, Handbook of Empirical Economics and Finance, Ullah and Giles, eds., 2010, pp. 1-28.

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 “Why are recessions good for your health?” with Marianne Page, Ann Stevens, and Mateusz Filipski.  American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, May 2009, 99:2, 122–127.

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“Bootstrap-Based Improvements for Inference with Clustered Errors,” with A. Colin Cameron and Jonah. B. Gelbach.  August 2008.  Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol 90, No 3, 414-427.

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 “Does Head Start improve children’s outcomes?  Evidence from a regression discontinuity design,” with Jens Ludwig. Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 2007.  Vol 122, No. 1.

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 “Relative income, race, and mortality,” with Christina Paxson.  Journal of Health Economics, 2006.  Vol 25.  pp. 979-1003.

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“Social capital and health in Indonesia,” UC Berkeley, with Richard Scheffler, Suong Lam, Rhonda Rosenberg, and Agnes Rupp.  World Development, June, 2006, Vol 34, No. 6.

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 “Rearranging the family?  Income Support and Elderly Living Arrangements in a Low-Income Country,” Journal of Human Resources, 40(1), pages 186-207, Winter 2005, with Eric V. Edmonds and Kristin Mammen.

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 “Public policy and extended families: Evidence from South Africa,” The World Bank Economic Review, Volume 17, Number 1, pages 27-50, 2003 with Marianne Bertrand and Sendhil Mullainathan.

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“Exploring the health-wealth nexus,” Journal of Health Economics, Volume 22, pages 713-730, 2003, with Jonathan Meer and Harvey S. Rosen.

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Working Papers

 

“The Best of Times, the Worst of Times:  Understanding Pro-cyclical Mortality” with Mateusz Filipski, Marianne Page, and Ann Stevens.  June 2014.  Under review (resubmission).  NBER working paper #17657.

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“The South African pension program and the health of the elderly and their families:  Evidence from October Household Surveys,” with Deanna Gordon, updated June 2012.  Revisions requested for resubmission.

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“Does Head Start do any Lasting Good?” with Chloe Gibbs and Jens Ludwig.  September 2011.  NBER Working paper #17452.

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 “Caution Drivers!  Children Present.  Autos, Pollution, and Infant health,” July 2011. with Chris Knittel and Nick Sanders.  NBER working paper #17222.  Revisions requested for resubmission.

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 “What underlies the black-white infant mortality gap?  The importance of birthweight, behavior, environment, and health care,” updated December 27, 2010.  Revisions requested for resubmission.

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“Informal insurance and moral hazard: Gambling and remittances in Thailand,” with Anna Paulson, updated June 2007.

 

“Income inequality and mortality in the US:  Aggregate data and micro relationships,” UC Berkeley, November 2001.

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