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Will Dobbie
Will Dobbie
Economics, Harvard Kennedy School
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Are High-Quality Schools Enough to Increase Achievement among the Poor? Evidence from the Harlem Children's Zone
W Dobbie, RG Fryer, G Fryer Jr
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 3 (3), 158-187, 2011
1092*2011
The effects of pre-trial detention on conviction, future crime, and employment: Evidence from randomly assigned judges
W Dobbie, J Goldin, CS Yang
American Economic Review 108 (2), 201-240, 2018
6912018
Getting beneath the veil of effective schools: Evidence from New York City
W Dobbie, RG Fryer Jr
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2013
6322013
Racial bias in bail decisions
D Arnold, W Dobbie, CS Yang
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (4), 1885-1932, 2018
4102018
The medium-term impacts of high-achieving charter schools
W Dobbie, RG Fryer Jr
Journal of Political Economy 123 (5), 985-1037, 2015
325*2015
Debt relief and debtor outcomes: Measuring the effects of consumer bankruptcy protection
W Dobbie, J Song
American economic review 105 (3), 1272-1311, 2015
3172015
The impact of attending a school with high-achieving peers: Evidence from the New York City exam schools
W Dobbie, RG Fryer Jr
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 6 (3), 58-75, 2014
240*2014
Information Asymmetries in Consumer Credit Markets: Evidence from Payday Loans
P Skiba, W Dobbie
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 2013
150*2013
The causes and consequences of test score manipulation: Evidence from the new york regents examinations
TS Dee, W Dobbie, BA Jacob, J Rockoff
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2016
1352016
Teacher Characteristics and Student Achievement: Evidence from Teach For America
W Dobbie
1292011
Bad credit, no problem? Credit and labor market consequences of bad credit reports
W Dobbie, P Goldsmith‐Pinkham, N Mahoney, J Song
The Journal of Finance 75 (5), 2377-2419, 2020
1182020
Charter schools and labor market outcomes
W Dobbie, RG Fryer
Journal of Labor Economics 38 (4), 915-957, 2020
1152020
Measuring bias in consumer lending
W Dobbie, A Liberman, D Paravisini, V Pathania
The Review of Economic Studies 88 (6), 2799-2832, 2021
1002021
Consumer bankruptcy and financial health
W Dobbie, P Goldsmith-Pinkham, CS Yang
Review of Economics and Statistics 99 (5), 853-869, 2017
1002017
The intergenerational effects of parental incarceration
W Dobbie, H Grönqvist, S Niknami, M Palme, M Priks
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
972018
Measuring racial discrimination in bail decisions
D Arnold, W Dobbie, P Hull
American Economic Review 112 (9), 2992-3038, 2022
89*2022
Macroeconomic effects of debt relief: Consumer bankruptcy protections in the great recession
A Auclert, WS Dobbie, P Goldsmith-Pinkham
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
81*2019
Equal protection under algorithms: A new statistical and legal framework
CS Yang, W Dobbie
Mich. L. Rev. 119, 291, 2020
762020
The Impact of Youth Service on Future Outcomes: Evidence from Teach For America
W Dobbie, RG Fryer Jr
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
68*2011
Targeted debt relief and the origins of financial distress: Experimental evidence from distressed credit card borrowers
W Dobbie, J Song
American Economic Review 110 (4), 984-1018, 2020
60*2020
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