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Michela Carlana
Michela Carlana
Assistant Professor, Harvard Kennedy School
Verified email at hks.harvard.edu
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Implicit stereotypes: Evidence from teachers’ gender bias
M Carlana
Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (3), 1163–1224, 2019
3452019
Revealing stereotypes: Evidence from immigrants in schools
A Alesina, M Carlana, EL Ferrara, P Pinotti
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
1232018
Goals and Gaps: Educational Careers of Immigrant Children
M Carlana, E La Ferrara, P Pinotti
Econometrica 90 (1), 1-29, 2022
74*2022
Apart but connected: Online tutoring and student outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic
M Carlana, E La Ferrara
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP15761, 2021
63*2021
Parents and peers: Gender stereotypes in the field of study
M Carlana, L Corno
Centre for Economic Policy Research, 2021
92021
Happily Ever after: Immigration, Natives&Apos; Marriage and Fertility
M Carlana, M Tabellini
Natives&Apos, 2020
3*2020
Stereotypes about immigrant students and discrimination in grading
M Carlana, P Pinotti, E La Ferrara
22021
Hacking Gender Stereotypes: Girls’ Participation in Coding Clubs
M Carlana, M Fort
AEA Papers and Proceedings, 2022
12022
Implicit Stereotypes in Teachers’ Track Recommendations
M Carlana, E La Ferrara, P Pinotti
AEA Papers and Proceedings, 2022
12022
Reply to: Comments on “Goals and Gaps: Educational Careers of Immigrant Children”
M Carlana, E La Ferrara, P Pinotti
2022
Elira Kuka Spencer Yongwook Kwon Thomas Le Barbanchon Danielle Li Guilherme Lichand
LA Abraham, M Adelino, S Alan, H Allcott, T Allen, I Andrews, D Ang, ...
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 1323, 1324, 2021
2021
Online Appendix for Goals and Gaps: Educational Careers of Immigrant Children
M Carlana, E La Ferrara, P Pinotti
2020
listed below who refereed four or more papers in 2019
S Alan, H Allcott, M Alsan, I Andrews, E Atalay, A Atkeson, D Atkin, ...
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