Sendhil Mullainathan
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How much should we trust differences-in-differences estimates?
M Bertrand, E Duflo, S Mullainathan
The Quarterly journal of economics 119 (1), 249-275, 2004
102512004
Are Emily and Greg more employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A field experiment on labor market discrimination
M Bertrand, S Mullainathan
American economic review 94 (4), 991-1013, 2004
51102004
Enjoying the quiet life? Corporate governance and managerial preferences
M Bertrand, S Mullainathan
Journal of political Economy 111 (5), 1043-1075, 2003
25872003
Scarcity: Why having too little means so much
S Mullainathan, E Shafir
Macmillan, 2013
2015*2013
Are CEOs rewarded for luck? The ones without principals are
M Bertrand, S Mullainathan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 116 (3), 901-932, 2001
19132001
Poverty impedes cognitive function
A Mani, S Mullainathan, E Shafir, J Zhao
science 341 (6149), 976-980, 2013
19012013
Ferreting out tunneling: An application to Indian business groups
M Bertrand, P Mehta, S Mullainathan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 117 (1), 121-148, 2002
18952002
Do people mean what they say? Implications for subjective survey data
M Bertrand, S Mullainathan
American Economic Review 91 (2), 67-72, 2001
16762001
The market for news
S Mullainathan, A Shleifer
American Economic Review 95 (4), 1031-1053, 2005
15412005
Behavioral economics
S Mullainathan, RH Thaler
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2000
11462000
Network effects and welfare cultures
M Bertrand, EFP Luttmer, S Mullainathan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115 (3), 1019-1055, 2000
10982000
Some consequences of having too little
AK Shah, S Mullainathan, E Shafir
Science 338 (6107), 682-685, 2012
10832012
Behavior and energy policy
H Allcott, S Mullainathan
Science 327 (5970), 1204-1205, 2010
8482010
What's advertising content worth? Evidence from a consumer credit marketing field experiment
M Bertrand, D Karlan, S Mullainathan, E Shafir, J Zinman
The quarterly journal of economics 125 (1), 263-306, 2010
825*2010
Getting to the top of mind: How reminders increase saving
D Karlan, M McConnell, S Mullainathan, J Zinman
Management Science 62 (12), 3393-3411, 2016
7662016
Machine learning: an applied econometric approach
S Mullainathan, J Spiess
Journal of Economic Perspectives 31 (2), 87-106, 2017
7592017
Inherent trade-offs in the fair determination of risk scores
J Kleinberg, S Mullainathan, M Raghavan
arXiv preprint arXiv:1609.05807, 2016
6812016
A behavioral-economics view of poverty
M Bertrand, S Mullainathan, E Shafir
American Economic Review 94 (2), 419-423, 2004
5982004
Do cigarette taxes make smokers happier
JH Gruber, S Mullainathan
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 5 (1), 2005
5652005
Implicit discrimination
M Bertrand, D Chugh, S Mullainathan
American Economic Review 95 (2), 94-98, 2005
5552005
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