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  Book The schooling quality-earnings relationship using economic theory to interpret functional forms consistent with the evidence.

by Heckman, James; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1995.

Subject: Human capital; Education -- Standards; Wages -- Effects of technology on.

 
     
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  Book Simple estimators for treatment parameters in a latent variable framework with an application to estiamting the returns to schooling.

by Heckman, James.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2000.

Subject: Education research (Social action programs) -- Econometric models; Latent variables; Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Econometric models.

 
     
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  Book What do bureaucrats don : the effects of performance standards and bureaucratic preferences on acceptance into the JIPA program.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1996.

Subject: Employees, Training of -- United States; Occupational training -- United States; Manpower policy -- United States; Job Training Partnership Act of 1982.

 
     
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  Book General equilibrium treatment effects : a study of tuition policy.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambride: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998.

Subject: College costs -- United States -- Econometric models; College attendance -- United States -- Econometric models.

 
     
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  Book Tax policy and human capital formation.

by Heckman, James J; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998.

Subject: Human capital -- United States -- Econometric models; Flat-rate income tax -- United States -- Econometric models; Spendings tax -- United States -- Econometric modls; Taxation, Progressive -- United States -- Econometric models; Education -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Econometric models; Skilled labor -- United States -- Econometric models; Employees -- Training of -- United States -- Econometric models; Labor market -- United States -- Econometric models.

 
     
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  Book General equilibrium cost benefit analysis of education and tax policies.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999.

Subject: Wages -- Effect of education on -- United States -- Econometric models; Income distribution -- United States -- Econometric models; Tax incentives -- United States -- Econometric models; Tuition tax credits -- United States -- Econometric models; Flat-rate income tax -- United States -- Econometric models.

 
     
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  Book Explaining rising wage inequality : explorations with a dynamic general equilibrium model of labor earnings with heterogeneous agents.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1998.

Subject: Wage differentials -- United States -- Econometric models; Human capital -- United States -- Econometric models; Equilibrium (Economics) -- Econometric models.

 
     
Relevance: 17.89%
 
     
  Book The pre-program earnings dip and the determinants of participation in a social program : implications for simple program evaluation strategies.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999.

Subject: Occupational training -- United States -- Econometric models; Wages -- United States -- Econometric models; Occupational training -- United States -- Evaluation -- Statistical methods; United States -- Job Training Partnership Act; Occupational training -- Research -- Methodology.

 
     
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  Book The cost of job security regulation : evidence from Latin American labor markets.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2000.

Subject: Job security -- Law and legislation -- Latin America; Labor laws and legislation -- Latin America; Labor dmeand -- Latin America; Manpower policy -- Latin America.

 
     
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  Book Identifying the role of cognitive ability in explaining the level of and change in the return to schooling.

by Heckman, James J.; Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research, 2000.

Subject: Learning ability -- Economic aspects -- United States; Cognition -- Economic aspects -- United States; Education -- Economic aspects -- United States; Wages -- Effect of education on -- United States.

 
     
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