Literature

mcE contains quizzes and questions on, and references to the following books and journal articles:

Books

  • Angrist, Joshua; Pischke, Jörn-Steffen (2009): Mostly Harmless Econometrics: An Empiricist's Companion.
  • Angrist, Joshua; Pischke, Jörn-Steffen (2015): Mastering 'Metrics: The Path from Cause to Effect. First Edition.
  • Barros, Pedro; McGuire, Thomas; Pauly, Mark (2011): Handbook of Health Economics - Volume 2. First Edition.
  • Boeri, Tito; van Ours, Jan (2013): The Economics of Imperfect Labor Markets. Second Edition.
  • Borjas, George (2014): Immigration Economics. First Edition.
  • Borjas, George (2016): Labor Economics. Seventh Edition.
  • Borjas, George (2016): We Wanted Workers - Unraveling the Immigration Narrative. First Edition.
  • Card, David; Krueger, Alan (2016): Myth and Measurement: The New Economics of the Minimum Wage. First Twentieth-Anniversary Edition.
  • Davidson, Russell; MacKinnon, James G. (2009): Econometric Theory and Methods. International Edition.
  • DiNardo, John; Johnston, Jack (1997): Econometric Methods. Fourth Edition.
  • Everitt, Brian; Rabe-Hesketh, Sophia (2007): A Handbook of Statistical Analysis using Stata. Fourth Edition.
  • Greene, William (2018): Econometric Analysis. 8th Edition.
  • Gujarati, Damodar; Porter, Dawn C. (2009): Basic Econometrics. Fifth Edition. International Edition.
  • Hanushek, Eric; Machin, Stephen; Woessmann, Ludger (2011): Handbook of the Economics of Education - Volume 3
  • Kennedy, Peter (2006): A Guide to Econometrics. 6th Edition.
  • Stock, James; Watson, Mark (2015): Introduction to Econometrics. Third Edition. Global Edition.
  • Studenmund, Arnold (2017): A Practical Guide to Using Econometrics. Seventh Edition. Global Edition.
  • Verbeek, Marno (2017): A Guide to Modern Econometrics. 5th Edition.
  • Westhoff, Frank (2013): An Introduction to Econometrics: A Self-Contained Approach. First Edition.
  • Wooldridge, Jeffrey M. (2016): Introductory Econometrics. 6th Edition.

Journal articles

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  • Acemoglu, Daron; Pischke, Jörn-Steffen (1998): Why do firms train? Theory and evidence, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 79 - 119 , Vol. 113 (1).
  • Ahn, Taehyun (2016): Reduction of working time: Does it lead to a healthy lifestyle?, in Health Economics; pp. 969 - 983 , Vol. 25 (8).
  • Akee, Randall; Angold, Adrian; Copeland, William; Costello, Jane; Keeler, Gordon (2010): Parents' incomes and children's outcomes: a quasi-experiment using transfer payments from casino profits, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 86 - 115 , Vol. 2 (1).
  • Almond, Douglas (2010): Estimating marginal returns to medical care: evidence from at-risk newborns, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 591 - 634 , Vol. 125 (2).
  • Almond, Douglas; Doyle, Joseph; Kowalski, Amanda; Williams, Heidi (2010): Estimating marginal returns to medical care: evidence from at-risk newborns., in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 591 - 634 , Vol. 125 (2).
  • Almond, Douglas; Mazumder, Bhashkar (2011): Health capital and the prenatal environment: the effect of Ramadan observance during pregnancy, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 56 - 85 , Vol. 3 (4).
  • Altonji, Joseph; Spletzer, James (1991): Worker characteristics, job characteristics, and the receipt of on-the-job training, in ILR Review; pp. 58 - 79 , Vol. 45 (1).
  • Ashenfelter, Orley; Greenstone, Michael (2004): Using mandated speed limits to measure the value of a statistical life, in Journal of Political Economy; pp. 226 - 267 , Vol. 112 (1).
  • Åslund, Olof; Edin, Per-Anders; Fredriksson, Peter (2003): Ethnic enclaves and the economic success of immigrants - Evidence from a natural experiment, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 329 - 357 , Vol. 118 (1).
  • Auffhammer, Maximilian; Kellogg, Ryan (2011): Clearing the air? The effects of gasoline content regulation on air quality, in American Economic Review; pp. 2687 - 2722 , Vol. 101 (6).
  • Autor, David; Donohue, John; Schwab, Stewart (2004): The employment consequences of wrongful-discharge laws: large, small, or none at all?, in American Economic Review; pp. 440 - 446 , Vol. 94 (2).
  • Babcock, Linda; Camerer, Colin; Loewenstein, George; Thaler, Richard (1997): Labor supply of New York city cabdrivers: one day at a time, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 407 - 441 , Vol. 112 (2).
  • Baker, Michael; Milligan, Kevin (2008): How does job-protected maternity leave affect mothers' employment?, in Journal of Labor Economics; pp. 655 - 691 , Vol. 26 (4).
  • Baker, Michael; Milligan, Kevin (2008): Maternal employment, breastfeeding, and health: Evidence from maternity leave mandates, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 871 - 887 , Vol. 27 (4).
  • Baker, Scott (2015): Effect of immigrant legalization on crime, in American Economic Review; pp. 210 - 213 , Vol. 105 (5).
  • Barreca, Alan; Guldi, Melanie; Lindo, Jason; Waddell, Glen (2011): Saving babies? Revisiting the effect of very low birth weight classification, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 2117 - 2123 , Vol. 126 (4).
  • Beaman, Lori; Duflo, Esther; Pande, Rohini; Topalova, Petia (2012): Female leadership raises aspirations and educational attainment for girls: a policy experiment in India, in Science; pp. 582 - 586 , Vol. 33 (60).
  • Beatty, Timothy; Shimshack, Jay (2011): School buses, diesel emissions, and respiratory health, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 987 - 999 , Vol. 30 (5).
  • Behaghel, Luc; Crépon, Bruno; Sédillot, Béatrice (2008): The perverse effects of partial employment protection reform: The case of French older workers, in Journal of Public Economics; pp. 696 - 721 , Vol. 92 (3).
  • Bernheim, Douglas; Meer, Jonathan; Novarro, Neva (2016): Do consumers exploit commitment opportunities? Evidence from natural experiments involving liquor consumption, in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy; pp. 41 - 69 , Vol. 8 (4).
  • Bertrand, Marianne; Mullainathan, Sendhil (2004): Are Emily and Greg more employable than Lakisha and Jamal? A field experiment on labor market discrimination, in American Economic Review; pp. 991 - 1013 , Vol. 94 (4).
  • Bertrand, Marianne; Goldin, Claudia; Katz, Lawrence (2010): Dynamics of the gender gap for young professionals in the financial and corporate sectors, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 228 - 255 , Vol. 2 (3).
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  • Bhattacharya, Jay; Gathmann, Christina; Miller, Grant (2013): The Gorbachev anti-alcohol campaign and Russia's mortality crisis, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 232 - 260 , Vol. 5 (2).
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  • Black, Dan; Hsu, Yu-Chieh; Lowell, Taylor (2015): The effect of early-life education on later-life mortality, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 1 - 9 , Vol. 44 (1).
  • Black, Sandra; Devereux, Paul; Salvanes, Kjell (2005): Why the apple doesn't fall far: understanding intergenerational transmission of human capital, in American Economic Review; pp. 437 - 449 , Vol. 95 (1).
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  • Blau, Francine; Kahn, Lawrence (2000): Gender differences in pay, in Journal of Economic Perspectives; pp. 75 - 99 , Vol. 14 (4).
  • Booth, Alison; Leigh, Andrew (2010): Do employers discriminate by gender? A field experiment in female-dominated occupations, in Economics Letters; pp. 236 - 238 , Vol. 107 (2).
  • Buser, Thomas; Niederle, Muriel; Oosterbeek, Hessel (2014): Gender, competitiveness, and career choices, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 1409 - 1447 , Vol. 129 (3).
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  • Card, David; DiNardo, John (2000): Do immigrant inflows lead to native outflows, in American Economic Review; pp. 360 - 367 , Vol. 90 (2).
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  • Carneiro, Pedro; Løken, Katrine; Salvanes, Kjell (2015): A flying start? Maternity leave benefits and long-run outcomes of children, in Journal of Political Economy; pp. 365 - 412 , Vol. 123 (2).
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  • Coneus, Katja; Spiess, Katharina (2012): Pollution exposure and child health: evidence for infants and toddlers in Germany, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 180 - 196 , Vol. 31 (1).
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  • Crépon, Bruno; Kramarz, Francis (2002): Employed 40 hours or not employed 39: lessons from the 1982 mandatory reduction of the workweek, in Journal of Political Economy; pp. 1355 - 1389 , Vol. 110 (6).
  • Croson, Rachel; Gneezy, Uri (2009): Gender differences in preferences, in Journal of Economic Literature; pp. 448 - 474 , Vol. 47 (2).
  • Currie, Janet; Moretti, Enrico (2003): Mother's education and the intergenerational transmission of human capital: evidence from college openings, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 1495 - 1532 , Vol. 118 (4).
  • Currie, Janet; Neidell, Matthew (2005): Air pollution and infant health: What can we learn from California’s recent experience?, in Quarterly Journal of Economics; pp. 1003 - 1030 , Vol. 120 (3).
  • Currie, Janet; Neidell, Matthew; Schmieder, Johannes (2009): Air pollution and infant health: Lessons from New Jersey, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 688 - 703 , Vol. 28 (3).
  • Currie, Janet; DellaVigna, Stefano; Moretti, Enrico; Pathania, Vikram (2010): The effect of fast food restaurants on obesity and weight gain, in American Economic Journal: Economic Policy; pp. 32 - 63 , Vol. 2 (3).
  • Cutler, David; Lleras-Muney, Adriana (2010): Understanding differences in health behaviors by education, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 1 - 28 , Vol. 29 (1).
  • Davis, Lucas (2008): The effect of driving restrictions on air quality in Mexico City, in Journal of Political Economy; pp. 38 - 81 , Vol. 116 (1).
  • Dee, Thomas; Evans, William (2003): Teen drinking and educational attainment: evidence from two-sample instrumental variables estimates, in Journal of Labor Economics; pp. 178 - 209 , Vol. 21 (1).
  • Dolado, Juan; Kramarz, Francis; Machin, Stephen; Manning, Alan; Margolis, David (2014): The economic impact of minimum wages in Europe, in Economic Policy; pp. 317 - 372 , Vol. 11 (23).
  • Dolado, Juan; Kramarz, Francis; Machin, Stephen; Manning, Alan; Margolis, David; Teulings, Coen (2014): The economic impact of minimum wages in Europe, in Economic Policy; pp. 317 - 372 , Vol. 11 (23).
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  • Dustmann, Christian; Fitzenberger, Bernd; Schönberg, Uta; Spitz-Oener, Alexandra (2014): From sick man of Europe to economic superstar: Germany's resurgent economy, in Journal of Economic Perspectives; pp. 167 - 188 , Vol. 28 (1).
  • Dustmann, Christian; Schönberg, Uta; Stuhler, Jan (2016): The impact of immigration: why do studies reach such different results?, in Journal of Economic Perspectives; pp. 31 - 56 , Vol. 30 (4).
  • Eisenberg, Daniel; Golberstein, Ezra; Whitlock, Janis (2014): Peer effects on risky behaviors: New evidence from college roommate assignments, in Journal of Health Economics; pp. 126 - 138 , Vol. 33 (1).
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  • Fairlie, Robert; Robinson, Jonathan (2013): Experimental evidence on the effects of home computers on academic achievement among schoolchildren, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 211 - 240 , Vol. 5 (3).
  • Figlio, David; Hart, Cassandra (2014): Competitive effects of means-tested school vouchers, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 133 - 156 , Vol. 6 (1).
  • Fortson, Jane (2009): HIV/AIDS and fertility, in American Economic Journal: Applied Economics; pp. 170 - 194 , Vol. 1 (3).
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  • Galor, Oded; Özak, Ömer (2016): The agricultural origins of time preference, in American Economic Review; pp. 3064 - 3103 , Vol. 106 (10).
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  • Glitz, Albrecht (2012): The labor market impact of immigration: a quasi-experiment exploiting immigrant location rules in Germany, in Journal of Labor Economics; pp. 175 - 213 , Vol. 30 (1).
  • Goldin, Claudia; Rouse, Cecilia (2000): Orchestrating impartiality: The impact of "blind" auditions on female musicians, in American Economic Review; pp. 715 - 741 , Vol. 90 (4).
  • Goldin, Claudia; Katz, Lawrence (2002): The power of the pill: oral contraceptives and women’s career and marriage decisions, in Journal of Political Economy; pp. 730 - 770 , Vol. 110 (4).
  • Goldin, Claudia (2006): The quiet revolution that transformed women's employment, education, and family, in American Economic Review; pp. 1 - 21 , Vol. 96 (2).
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