Kalena E. Cortes
Kalena E. Cortes
Texas A&M Univ, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
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Are refugees different from economic immigrants? Some empirical evidence on the heterogeneity of immigrant groups in the United States
KE Cortes
Review of Economics and Statistics 86 (2), 465-480, 2004
Intensive math instruction and educational attainment long-run impacts of double-dose algebra
KE Cortes, JS Goodman, T Nomi
Journal of Human Resources 50 (1), 108-158, 2015
The effects of age at arrival and enclave schools on the academic performance of immigrant children
KE Cortes
Economics of Education Review 25 (2), 121-132, 2006
Race/ethnicity and nativity differences in alcohol and tobacco use during pregnancy
KM Perreira, KE Cortes
American Journal of Public Health 96 (9), 1629-1636, 2006
Do bans on affirmative action hurt minority students? Evidence from the Texas Top 10% Plan
KE Cortes
Economics of Education Review 29 (6), 1110-1124, 2010
College selectivity and the Texas top 10% law
SX Niu, M Tienda, K Cortes
Economics of Education Review 25 (3), 259-272, 2006
Academic undermatching of high-achieving minority students: Evidence from race-neutral and holistic admissions policies
SE Black, KE Cortes, JA Lincove
American Economic Review 105 (5), 604-10, 2015
The refugee/asylum seeker
A Chin, KE Cortes
Handbook of the Economics of International Migration 1, 585-658, 2015
Ability-tracking, instructional time, and better pedagogy: The effect of double-dose algebra on student achievement
KE Cortes, JS Goodman
American Economic Review 104 (5), 400-405, 2014
Apply yourself: Racial and ethnic differences in college application
SE Black, KE Cortes, JA Lincove
Education Finance and Policy 15 (2), 209-240, 2020
A double dose of algebra
K Cortes, J Goodman, T Nomi
Education Next 13 (1), 70-76, 2013
Too Little or Too Much? Actionable Advice in an Early-Childhood Text Messaging Experiment
KE Cortes, H Fricke, S Loeb, DS Song
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
Achieving the DREAM: The effect of IRCA on immigrant youth postsecondary educational access
KE Cortes
American Economic Review 103 (3), 428-32, 2013
The role of specific subjects in education production functions: Evidence from morning classes in Chicago public high schools
KE Cortes, J Bricker, C Rohlfs
The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy 12 (1), 2012
Match or Mismatch? Automatic Admissions and College Preferences of Low-and High-Income Students
KE Cortes, JA Lincove
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 41 (1), 98-123, 2019
College attendance and the Texas top 10 percent law: Permanent contagion or transitory promise?
M Tienda, K Cortes, S Niu
Conference on Expanding Opportunity in Higher Education, the Harvard Civil …, 2003
Efficacy Versus Equity: What Happens When States Tinker With College Admissions in a Race-Blind Era?
SE Black, KE Cortes, JA Lincove
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 38 (2), 336-363, 2016
Ranking up by moving out: the effect of the Texas top 10% plan on property values
KE Cortes, AI Friedson
National Tax Journal 67 (1), 51-76, 2014
Wage effects on immigrants from an increase in the minimum wage rate: An analysis by immigrant industry concentration
KE Cortes
IZA Discussion Paper, 2004
When Behavioral Barriers are Too High or Low–How Timing Matters for Parenting Interventions
KE Cortes, HDU Fricke, S Loeb, DS Song, BN York
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2019
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