Published Research

 

“Does Voting Have Upstream and Downstream Consequences? Regression Discontinuity Tests of the Transformative Voting Hypothesis”

with J. Holbein

(forthcoming) The Journal of Politics

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“Agricultural Fires and Health at Birth”

with T. Vogl

(2019) The Review of Economics and Statistics

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“Early patterns of skill acquisition and immigrants’ specialization in STEM careers”

with Y. Shi

(2019) The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, January, Volume 116(2): 484-489.

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“Economic Assimilation and Skill Acquisition: Evidence from the Occupational Sorting of Childhood Immigrants”

with M. Bacolod

(2017) Demography, April, Volume 54(2): 571-602.

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“Racial Discrimination in Grading: Evidence from Brazil”

with F. Botelho and R. Madeira

(2015) The American Economic Journal - Applied Economics, October, Volume 7(4): 37-52.

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“Is Parental Love Colorblind? Human Capital Accumulation within Mixed Families”

(2015) The Review of Black Political Economy, June, Volume 42(1-2): 57-86.

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“On the Blurring of the Color Line: Wages and Employment for Black Males of Different Skin Tones”

with D. Kreisman

(2015) The Review of Economics and Statistics, March, Vol. 97(1): 1-13.

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“Village Economies and the Structure of Extended Family Networks”

with M. Angelucci, G. De Giorgi, and I. Rasul

(2009) The Berkeley Electronic Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, October, Vol. 9(1), Contributions, Article 44.

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“Family Networks and School Enrolment: Evidence from a Randomized Social Experiment”

with M. Angelucci, G. De Giorgi, and I. Rasul

(2010) The Journal of Public Economics, April, Vol 94 (3-4): 197-221.

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“Alimony Rights and Intrahousehold Allocation of Resources: Evidence from Brazil”

(2006) The Economic Journal, July, Vol 116(513): 627–658.

Winner: Royal Economic Society’s Article of the Year Award.

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