Rajeev Darolia
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Working (and studying) day and night: Heterogeneous effects of working on the academic performance of full-time and part-time students
R Darolia
Economics of Education Review 38, 38-50, 2014
Do employers prefer workers who attend for‐profit colleges? Evidence from a field experiment
R Darolia, C Koedel, P Martorell, K Wilson, F Perez‐Arce
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 34 (4), 881-903, 2015
Race and gender effects on employer interest in job applicants: new evidence from a resume field experiment
R Darolia, C Koedel, P Martorell, K Wilson, F Perez-Arce
Applied Economics Letters 23 (12), 853-856, 2016
Where do students go when for-profit colleges lose federal aid?
SR Cellini, R Darolia, LJ Turner
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (2), 46-83, 2020
Integrity versus access? The effect of federal financial aid availability on postsecondary enrollment
R Darolia
Journal of Public Economics 106, 101-114, 2013
Information use and attention deferment in college student loan decisions: Evidence from a debt letter experiment
R Darolia, C Harper
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 40 (1), 129-150, 2018
Educational" when,"" where," and" how" implications of in-state resident tuition policies for Latino undocumented immigrants
R Darolia, S Potochnick
The Review of Higher Education 38 (4), 507-535, 2015
High school course access and postsecondary STEM enrollment and attainment
R Darolia, C Koedel, JB Main, JF Ndashimye, J Yan
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 42 (1), 22-45, 2020
Adolescent food insecurity and risky behaviors and mental health during the transition to adulthood
C Heflin, S Kukla-Acevedo, R Darolia
Children and Youth Services Review 105, 104416, 2019
The Economics of Parenting, Self‐esteem and Academic Performance: Theory and a Test
R Darolia, B Wydick
Economica 78 (310), 215-239, 2011
An experiment on information use in college student loan decisions
R Darolia
FRB of Philadelphia Working Paper, 2016
High costs, low resources, and missing information: Explaining student borrowing in the for-profit sector
SR Cellini, R Darolia
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 671 (1 …, 2017
Using random forest analysis to identify student demographic and high school‐level factors that predict college engineering major choice
L Tan, JB Main, R Darolia
Journal of Engineering Education 110 (3), 572-593, 2021
College Costs and Financial Constraints
SR Cellini, R Darolia
Student Loans and the Dynamics of Debt, 137, 2015
Assessing admission criteria for early and mid-career students: Evidence from a US MPA program
R Darolia, S Potochnick, CE Menifield
education policy analysis archives 22 (101), 2014
The downs and ups of FHA lending: The government mortgage roller coaster ride
MJ Courchane, R Darolia, PM Zorn
Journal of Housing Economics 24, 39-56, 2014
Different degrees of debt: Student borrowing in the for-profit, nonprofit, and public sectors
SR Cellini, R Darolia
Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 2016
Race, representation, and policy attitudes in US public schools
LR Keiser, DP Haider‐Markel, R Darolia
Policy Studies Journal 50 (4), 823-848, 2022
Who do College Students Turn to for Financial Aid and Student Loan Advice, and is it Advice Worth Following?
CE Harper, L Scheese, E Zhou, R Darolia
Journal of Student Financial Aid 50 (3), 2, 2021
Assessing the college financial aid work penalty
R Darolia
The Journal of Higher Education 88 (3), 350-375, 2017
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