Rajeev Dehejia
Rajeev Dehejia
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Propensity score-matching methods for nonexperimental causal studies
RH Dehejia, S Wahba
Review of Economics and statistics 84 (1), 151-161, 2002
51572002
Propensity score-matching methods for nonexperimental causal studies
RH Dehejia, S Wahba
Review of Economics and statistics 84 (1), 151-161, 2002
51572002
Causal effects in nonexperimental studies: Reevaluating the evaluation of training programs
RH Dehejia, S Wahba
Journal of the American statistical Association 94 (448), 1053-1062, 1999
32061999
Child labor and agricultural shocks
K Beegle, RH Dehejia, R Gatti
Journal of Development Economics 81 (1), 80-96, 2006
736*2006
Booms, busts, and babies' health
R Dehejia, A Lleras-Muney
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 119 (3), 1091, 2004
5842004
Booms, busts, and babies' health
R Dehejia, A Lleras-Muney
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 119 (3), 1091-1130, 2004
5772004
Practical propensity score matching: a reply to Smith and Todd
R Dehejia
Journal of econometrics 125 (1-2), 355-364, 2005
4102005
The effect of automobile insurance and accident liability laws on traffic fatalities
A Cohen, R Dehejia, ...
Harvard Law School, John M. Olin Center for Law, Economics, and Business, 2004
2522004
Do interest rates matter? Credit demand in the Dhaka slums
R Dehejia, H Montgomery, J Morduch
Journal of Development Economics 97 (2), 437-449, 2012
2442012
Do interest rates matter? Credit demand in the Dhaka slums
R Dehejia, H Montgomery, J Morduch
Journal of Development Economics, 2011
2442011
Insuring consumption and happiness through religious organizations
R Dehejia, T DeLeire, EFP Luttmer
Journal of public Economics 91 (1-2), 259-279, 2007
2372007
Child labor: the role of financial development and income variability across countries
RH Dehejia, R Gatti
Economic Development and Cultural Change 53 (4), 913-932, 2005
229*2005
Financial incentives and fertility
A Cohen, R Dehejia, D Romanov
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (1), 1-20, 2013
224*2013
Why should we care about child labor?
K Beegle, R Dehejia, R Gatti
Journal of Human Resources 44 (4), 871-889, 2009
2132009
Why should we care about child labor? The education, labor market, and health consequences of child labor
K Beegle, R Dehejia, R Gatti
Journal of Human Resources 44 (4), 871-889, 2009
2082009
Program evaluation as a decision problem
RH Dehejia
Journal of Econometrics 125 (1-2), 141-173, 2005
2062005
Why should we care about child labor? The education, labor market, and health consequences of child labor
K Beegle, R Dehejia, R Gatti
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2004
1772004
Financial development and pathways of growth: state branching and deposit insurance laws in the United States, 1900-1940
R Dehejia, A Lleras-Muney
JOURNAL OF LAW AND ECONOMICS-CHICAGO- 50 (2), 239, 2007
167*2007
Child labor: the role of income variability and access to credit in a cross-section of countries
RH Dehejia, R Gatti
World Bank, Washington, DC, 2002
892002
The consequences of child labor: evidence from longitudinal data in rural Tanzania
K Beegle, RH Dehejia, R Gatti, S Krutikova
The World Bank, 2008
792008
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