Feir, D., K. Foley, and M. E. C. Jones (2021). The Distributional Impacts of Active Labor Market Programs for Indigenous Populations. Forthcoming in the AEA Papers and Proceedings.
- Online Appendix
- This paper was part of a keynote session at the 2021 AEA/ASSA Annual Meeting, “Indigenous Nations Economic Development Strategies: Policies and Outcomes,” which is available for viewing here.
Feir, D., and Maggie E.C. Jones (2020). Repaying a Debt? The Performance of Morrill Act University Beneficiaries as Measured by Native Enrollment and Graduation Rates. Invited publication for Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Journal, forthcoming.
Jones, M. E. C., M. Ø. Nielsen, and Michal K. Popiel (2014). A Fractionally Cointegrated VAR Analysis of Economic Voting and Political Support. Canadian Journal of Economics 47(4), 1078-1130. (Note: a working paper version can be found here)
Rosenblum, D., and Maggie Jones (2013). Did the Taliban’s Opium Eradication Campaign Cause a Decline in HIV Infections in Russia? Substance Use and Misuse 48(6), 470-476.
The Slaughter of the Bison and Reversal of Fortunes on the Great Plains – with Donna Feir and Rob Gillezeau (revision requested at Review of Economic Studies)
Student Aid and the Distribution of Educational Attainment – (reject and resubmit at American Economic Journal: Economic Policy)
Inequalities in Test Scores Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Youth in Canada– with Michael Barber (revised and resubmitted to Economics of Education Review)
The Green Books and the Geography of Segregation in Public Accommodations – with Lisa Cook and Trevon Logan and David Rosé (NBER Working Paper No. 26819)
Educational Investments and Cross-Cultural Differences in the Structure of Information (email for latest draft)
Work in Progress:
Who Benefits from Teacher Discretion in Grading? – with Kelly Foley
When to Raise the Stakes? The Effects of Shifting High Stakes Tests Across Grade Levels – with Kelly Foley
A Vaccination Scar – with Kate Fairley and David Rosé
Unpaid Leave and the Gender Pay Gap in Academia – with Chris Cotton