Identity and schooling: Some lessons for the economics of education
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Publication InfoAkerlof, GA; & Kranton, RE (2002). Identity and schooling: Some lessons for the economics of education. Journal of Economic Literature, 40(4). pp. 1167-1201. 10.1257/002205102762203585. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/1926.
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James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Economics
Rachel Kranton studies how institutions and the social setting affect economic outcomes. She develops theories of networks and has introduced identity into economic thinking. Her research contributes to many fields including microeconomics, economic development, and industrial organization. In Identity Economics, Rachel Kranton and collaborator George Akerlof, introduce a general framework to study social norms and identity in economics. In the economics of networks, Rachel Kranton develop