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
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
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
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
Student loans and the dynamics of debt
B Hershbein, KM Hollenbeck
WE Upjohn Institute, 2015
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
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
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
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
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
Messengers of bad news or bad apples? Student debt and college accountability
R Darolia
Education Finance and Policy 10 (2), 277-299, 2015
Assessing the college financial aid work penalty
R Darolia
The Journal of Higher Education 88 (3), 350-375, 2017
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