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Josh Angrist
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Mostly harmless econometrics: An empiricist's companion
JD Angrist, JS Pischke
Princeton university press, 2009
257152009
Identification of causal effects using instrumental variables
JD Angrist, GW Imbens, DB Rubin
Journal of the American statistical Association 91 (434), 444-455, 1996
78581996
Identification and estimation of local average treatment effects
J Angrist, G Imbens
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1995
66631995
Does compulsory school attendance affect schooling and earnings?
JD Angrist, AB Krueger
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 106 (4), 979-1014, 1991
38751991
Instrumental variables and the search for identification: From supply and demand to natural experiments
JD Angrist, AB Krueger
Journal of Economic perspectives 15 (4), 69-85, 2001
33302001
Using Maimonides' rule to estimate the effect of class size on scholastic achievement
JD Angrist, V Lavy
The Quarterly journal of economics 114 (2), 533-575, 1999
28901999
Empirical strategies in labor economics
JD Angrist, AB Krueger
Handbook of labor economics 3, 1277-1366, 1999
25911999
Children and their parents' labor supply: Evidence from exogenous variation in family size
J Angrist, WN Evans
National bureau of economic research, 1996
21451996
The credibility revolution in empirical economics: How better research design is taking the con out of econometrics
JD Angrist, JS Pischke
Journal of economic perspectives 24 (2), 3-30, 2010
21102010
Two-stage least squares estimation of average causal effects in models with variable treatment intensity
JD Angrist, GW Imbens
Journal of the American statistical Association 90 (430), 431-442, 1995
16791995
How large are human-capital externalities? Evidence from compulsory schooling laws
D Acemoglu, J Angrist
NBER macroeconomics annual 15, 9-59, 2000
16002000
Lifetime earnings and the Vietnam era draft lottery: evidence from social security administrative records
JD Angrist
The american economic review, 313-336, 1990
15821990
Estimation of limited dependent variable models with dummy endogenous regressors: simple strategies for empirical practice
JD Angrist
Journal of business & economic statistics 19 (1), 2-28, 2001
15312001
Mastering'metrics: The path from cause to effect
JD Angrist, JS Pischke
Princeton university press, 2014
14702014
Vouchers for private schooling in Colombia: Evidence from a randomized natural experiment
J Angrist, E Bettinger, E Bloom, E King, M Kremer
American economic review 92 (5), 1535-1558, 2002
11372002
Consequences of employment protection? The case of the Americans with Disabilities Act
D Acemoglu, JD Angrist
Journal of Political Economy 109 (5), 915-957, 2001
11042001
Does school integration generate peer effects? Evidence from Boston's Metco Program
JD Angrist, K Lang
American Economic Review 94 (5), 1613-1634, 2004
10282004
Instrumental variables estimates of the effect of subsidized training on the quantiles of trainee earnings
A Abadie, J Angrist, G Imbens
Econometrica 70 (1), 91-117, 2002
9772002
The effect of age at school entry on educational attainment: an application of instrumental variables with moments from two samples
JD Angrist, AB Krueger
Journal of the American statistical Association 87 (418), 328-336, 1992
9691992
New evidence on classroom computers and pupil learning
J Angrist, V Lavy
The Economic Journal 112 (482), 735-765, 2002
8952002
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