Browsing Duke Scholarly Works by Author "0407560"

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  • Bayer, Dr Patrick; Ross, Stephen L. (SSRN eLibrary, 2006)
    Researchers have long recognized that the non-random sorting of individuals into groups generates correlation between individual and group attributes that is likely to bias naïve estimates of both individual and group ...
  • Bayer, Patrick; Khan, Shakeeb; Timmins, Christopher (SSRN, 2008)
    This paper considers nonparametric identification and estimation of a generalized Roy model that includes a non-pecuniary component of utility associated with each choice alternative. Previous work has found that, without ...
  • Bayer, Dr Patrick; Ross, Stephen L.; Topa, Giorgio (Journal of Political Economy, 2008)
    We use a novel research design to empirically detect the effect of social interactions among neighbors on labor market outcomes. Specifically, using Census data that characterize residential and employment locations down ...
  • Bayer, Dr Patrick; McMillan, Robert (SSRN eLibrary, 2005)
    In cities throughout the United States, blacks tend to live in significantly poorer and lower-amenity neighborhoods than whites. An obvious first-order explanation for this is that an individual's race is strongly correlated ...
  • Bayer, Dr Patrick; McMillan, Robert; Rueben, Kim S. (SSRN eLibrary, 2004)
    This paper studies the causes and consequences of racial segregation using a new general equilibrium model that treats neighborhood compositions as endogenous. The model is estimated using unusually detailed restricted ...