A. Abigail Payne
A. Abigail Payne
Ronald Henderson Professor and Director, Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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School finance reform, the distribution of school spending, and the distribution of student test scores
D Card, AA Payne
Journal of Public Economics 83 (1), 49-82, 2002
6282002
Do government grants to private charities crowd out giving or fund-raising?
J Andreoni, AA Payne
American Economic Review 93 (3), 792-812, 2003
6142003
Is crowding out due entirely to fundraising? Evidence from a panel of charities
J Andreoni, AA Payne
Journal of public Economics 95 (5-6), 334-343, 2011
3892011
Does the government crowd-out private donations? New evidence from a sample of non-profit firms
AA Payne
Journal of Public Economics 69 (3), 323-345, 1998
3271998
Charitable giving
J Andreoni, AA Payne
Handbook of public economics 5, 1-50, 2013
2512013
Does federal research funding increase university research output?
AA Payne, A Siow
Advances in Economic Analysis & Policy 3 (1), 2003
247*2003
The impact of state governance structures on management and performance of public organizations: A study of higher education institutions
JH Knott, AA Payne
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 23 (1), 13-30, 2004
2182004
School competition and efficiency with publicly funded Catholic schools
D Card, MD Dooley, AA Payne
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2 (4), 150-76, 2010
1512010
School Competition and Efficiency with Publicly Funded Catholic Schools
D Card, M Dooley, AA Payne
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2 (4), 150-76, 2010
1512010
Good and plenty: The creative successes of American arts funding
T Cowen
Princeton University Press, 2009
144*2009
Measuring the effect of federal research funding on private donations at research universities: is federal research funding more than a substitute for private donations?
AA Payne
International Tax and Public Finance 8 (5-6), 731-751, 2001
1292001
Federal sentencing guidelines and mandatory minimum sentences: Do defendants bargain in the shadow of the judge?
C LaCasse, AA Payne
The Journal of Law and Economics 42 (S1), 245-270, 1999
1261999
Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Mandatory Minimum Sentences: Do Defendants Bargain in the Shadow of the Judge?*
C LaCasse, AA Payne
The Journal of Law and Economics 42 (S1), 245-270, 1999
1261999
Implementation of Anti-Discrimination Policy: Does Judicial Selection Matter?
T Besley, AA Payne
American law and economics review 15 (1), 212-251, 2013
122*2013
High school choices and the gender gap in STEM
D Card, AA Payne
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
117*2017
Diversity and donations: The effect of religious and ethnic diversity on charitable giving
J Andreoni, AA Payne, J Smith, D Karp
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 128, 47-58, 2016
692016
Does inter-judge disparity really matter? An analysis of the effects of sentencing reforms in three federal district courts
AA Payne
International Review of Law and Economics 17 (3), 337-366, 1997
601997
An empirical study of matching grants: thecap on CAP'
M Baker, AA Payne, M Smart
Journal of Public Economics 72 (2), 269-288, 1999
581999
The effects of congressional appropriation committee membership on the distribution of federal research funding to universities
AA Payne
Economic Inquiry 41 (2), 325-345, 2003
492003
Do US Congressional earmarks increase research output at universities?
AA Payne
Science and Public Policy 29 (5), 314-330, 2002
402002
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