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Evan Riehl
Evan Riehl
Associate Professor, Department of Economics and ILR School, Cornell University
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The big sort: College reputation and labor market outcomes
WB MacLeod, E Riehl, JE Saavedra, M Urquiola
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 9 (3), 223-261, 2017
2072017
Do less informative college admission exams reduce earnings inequality? evidence from Colombia
E Riehl
34*2023
Learning and earning: An approximation to college value added in two dimensions
E Riehl, JE Saavedra, M Urquiola
Productivity in Higher Education, 105, 2019
292019
The returns to STEM programs for less-prepared students
K Ng, E Riehl
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 16 (2), 37-77, 2024
132024
Do college students benefit from placement into higher-achieving classes?
N de Roux, E Riehl
Journal of Public Economics 210, 104669, 2022
12*2022
Disrupted academic careers: The returns to time off after high school
N de Roux, E Riehl
Journal of Development Economics, 102824, 2022
11*2022
Accountability, test prep incentives, and the design of math and English exams
E Riehl, M Welch
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 42 (1), 60-96, 2023
102023
The direct and spillover effects of large-scale affirmative action at an elite Brazilian university
C Machado, G Reyes, E Riehl
9*2023
Community impacts of mass incarceration
A Gupta, C Hansman, E Riehl
Available at SSRN 4033774, 2022
22022
Stakes and Signals: An Empirical Investigation of Muddled Information in Standardized Testing
G Reyes, E Riehl, R Xu
2023
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