Pete Wilcoxen was interviewed for the Washington Post article "Trump Promised His Mileage Standards Would Make Cars Cheaper and Safer. New Documents Raise Doubts About That."
Brigitte Madrian will deliver the Sixth Annual Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics on March 30, 2020. The topic of this year’s lecture is “Applying Behavioral Insights to the Design of Public
Policy.” For more information, visit the Volcker Lecture web page. RSVP is highly encouraged.
“Nonparametric Sample Splitting” and “Inference Threshold Models,” by Yoonseok Lee and Yulong Wang, have been added to the CPR Working Paper Series.
No. 223 Abstract "Inference in Threshold Models," Yoonseok Lee and Yulong Wang. January 2020. WP223 Full Paper
No. 222 Abstract "Nonparametric Sample Splitting," Yoonseok Lee and Yulong Wang. January 2020. WP222 Full Paper
No. 221 Abstract "Forecasting with Unbalanced Panel Data," Badi Baltagi and Long Liu. January 2020. WP221 Full Paper
Policy Brief No. 55/2019 "Marijuana Legalization: Beyond Yes or No." Thirty-First Annual Herbert Lourie Memorial Lecture on Health Policy. Keith Humphreys (November).
Policy Brief No. 54/2019 "How Equitable is The Education Finance System in New York State?" John Yinger (July).
• Education Finance and Accountability Program (EFAP)• Institutional Grammar Research Initiative • Lerner Center
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Brigitte Madrian to deliver the Sixth Annual Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics