Petra Todd
Petra Todd
University of Pennsylvania, Dept of Economics
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Matching as an econometric evaluation estimator: Evidence from evaluating a job training programme
JJ Heckman, H Ichimura, PE Todd
The review of economic studies 64 (4), 605-654, 1997
Does matching overcome LaLonde's critique of nonexperimental estimators?
JA Smith, PE Todd
Journal of econometrics 125 (1-2), 305-353, 2005
Identification and estimation of treatment effects with a regression-discontinuity design
J Hahn, P Todd, W Van der Klaauw
Econometrica 69 (1), 201-209, 2001
Characterizing selection bias using experimental data
JJ Heckman, H Ichimura, JA Smith, PE Todd
National bureau of economic research, 1998
On the specification and estimation of the production function for cognitive achievement
PE Todd, KI Wolpin
The Economic Journal 113 (485), F3-F33, 2003
Earnings functions, rates of return and treatment effects: The Mincer equation and beyond
JJ Heckman, LJ Lochner, PE Todd
Handbook of the Economics of Education 1, 307-458, 2006
Fifty years of Mincer earnings regressions
JJ Heckman, L Lochner, PE Todd
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2003
The production of cognitive achievement in children: Home, school, and racial test score gaps
PE Todd, KI Wolpin
Journal of Human capital 1 (1), 91-136, 2007
Racial bias in motor vehicle searches: Theory and evidence
J Knowles, N Persico, P Todd
Journal of political economy 109 (1), 203-229, 2001
Progressing through PROGRESA: An impact assessment of a school subsidy experiment in rural Mexico
JR Behrman, P Sengupta, P Todd
Economic development and cultural change 54 (1), 237-275, 2005
Assessing the impact of a school subsidy program in Mexico: Using a social experiment to validate a dynamic behavioral model of child schooling and fertility
PE Todd, KI Wolpin
American economic review 96 (5), 1384-1417, 2006
Evaluating preschool programs when length of exposure to the program varies: A nonparametric approach
JR Behrman, Y Cheng, PE Todd
Review of economics and statistics 86 (1), 108-132, 2004
Earnings functions and rates of return
JJ Heckman, LJ Lochner, PE Todd
Journal of human capital 2 (1), 1-31, 2008
Reconciling conflicting evidence on the performance of propensity-score matching methods
JA Smith, PE Todd
American Economic Review 91 (2), 112-118, 2001
Human capital pricing equations with an application to estimating the effect of schooling quality on earnings
J Heckman, A Layne-Farrar, P Todd
The review of economics and statistics, 562-610, 1996
Do conditional cash transfers for schooling generate lasting benefits? A five-year followup of PROGRESA/Oportunidades
JR Behrman, SW Parker, PE Todd
Journal of Human Resources 46 (1), 93-122, 2011
Randomness in the experimental samples of PROGRESA (education, health, and nutrition program)
JR Behrman, PE Todd
International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, DC, 1999
Does measured school quality really matter? An examination of the earnings-quality relationship
JJ Heckman, A Layne-Farrar, PE Todd
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1995
Evaluating social programs with endogenous program placement and selection of the treated
PE Todd
Handbook of development economics 4, 3847-3894, 2007
Sources of selection bias in evaluating social programs: An interpretation of conventional measures and evidence on the effectiveness of matching as a program evaluation method
JJ Heckman, H Ichimura, J Smith, P Todd
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (23), 13416-13420, 1996
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