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    • College Attrition and the Dynamics of Information Revelation 

      Arcidiacono, Peter S; Aucejo, E; Maurel, Arnaud Pierre; Ransom, T (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID), 2016-05-31)
      This paper investigates the role played by informational frictions in college and the workplace. We estimate a dynamic structural model of schooling and work decisions, where individuals have imperfect information about ...
    • Estimating the Value of Higher Education Financial Aid: Evidence from a Field Experiment 

      Belzil, C; Maurel, Arnaud Pierre; Sidibe, Modibo (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID), 2016-06-01)
      Using data from a Canadian field experiment designed to elicit risk and time preferences and quantify financial barriers to higher education, we estimate the distribution of the value of financial aid for prospective students, ...
    • Extremal Quantile Regressions for Selection Models and the Black-White Wage Gap 

      D'Haultfœuille, X; Maurel, Arnaud Pierre; Zhang, Y (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID), 2014-06-01)
      We consider the estimation of a semiparametric location-scale model subject to endogenous selection, in the absence of an instrument or a large support regressor. Identification relies on the independence between the covariates ...
    • Recovering Ex Ante Returns and Preferences for Occupations Using Subjective Expectations Data 

      Arcidiacono, Peter S; Hotz, V Joseph; Maurel, Arnaud Pierre; Romano, T (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID) Working Paper, 2014-10-01)
      We show that data on subjective expectations, especially on outcomes from counterfactual choices and choice probabilities, are a powerful tool in recovering ex ante treatment effects as well as preferences for different ...
    • The Career Prospects of Overeducated Americans 

      Clark, B; Joubert, C; Maurel, Arnaud Pierre (Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (ERID), 2014-05-01)
      In this paper we analyze career dynamics for the large share of U.S. workers who have more schooling than their peers in the same occupation. We use data from the NLSY79 combined with the CPS to analyze transitions into ...