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Browsing by Duke-affiliated Author "Hotz, V. Joseph"

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  • Hotz, V.J.; Xu, L.; Tienda, M.; Ahituv, A. (Review of Economics and Statistics, 2002)
    This paper examines the impacts of work experience acquired while youth were in high school (and college) on young men’s wage rates during the 1980s and 1990s. Previous studies have found evidence of sizeable and persistent ...
  • Hotz, V.J.; Scholz, J. K. (Means-Tested Transfer Programs in the U.S., 2003)
    Since its inception in 1975, the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) has grown into the largest, Federally-funded means-tested cash assistance program in the United States. In this chapter, we review the political history of ...
  • Hotz, V.J.; Miller, R. (Econometrica, 1988)
    This paper examines household fertility and female labor supply over the life cycle. We investigate how maternal time inputs, market expenditures on offspring, as well as the benefits they yield their parents, vary with ...
  • Hotz, V.J.; Imbens, Guido; Klerman, Jacob (Journal of Labor Economics, 2006-07)
    We show how data from an evaluation in which subjects are randomly assigned to some treatment versus a control group can be combined with nonexperimental methods to estimate the differential effects of alternative treatments. ...
  • Hotz, V.J.; Kydland, F.; Sedlacek, G. (Econometrica, 1988)
    Recently, several authors have argued for the use for the use of dynamic preference structures for leisure which incorporate forms of intertemporally nonseparable utility in the analysis of intertemporal labor supply ...
  • Hotz, V.J.; Crump, Richard; Imbens, Guido; Mitnik, Oscar (Review of Economics and Statistics, 2008)
    A large part of the recent literature on program evaluation has focused on estimation of the average effect of the treatment under assumptions of unconfoundedness or ignorability following the seminal work by Rubin (1974) ...