Jonathan Guryan
Jonathan Guryan
Lawyer Taylor Professor of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University
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Parental education and parental time with children
J Guryan, E Hurst, M Kearney
Journal of Economic perspectives 22 (3), 23-46, 2008
Desegregation and black dropout rates
J Guryan
The American Economic Review 94 (4), 919-943, 2004
Peer effects in the workplace: Evidence from random groupings in professional golf tournaments
J Guryan, K Kroft, MJ Notowidigdo
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (4), 34-68, 2009
Prejudice and Wages: An Empirical Assessment of Becker’s The Economics of Discrimination
KK Charles, J Guryan
Journal of political economy 116 (5), 773-809, 2008
The impact of Internet subsidies in public schools
A Goolsbee, J Guryan
The Review of Economics and Statistics 88 (2), 336-347, 2006
The effects of poor neonatal health on children's cognitive development
D Figlio, J Guryan, K Karbownik, J Roth
American Economic Review 104 (12), 3921-55, 2014
Does teacher testing raise teacher quality? Evidence from state certification requirements
JD Angrist, J Guryan
Economics of Education Review 27 (5), 483-503, 2008
Climate change and birth weight
O Deschênes, M Greenstone, J Guryan
American Economic Review 99 (2), 211-17, 2009
Does money matter? Regression-discontinuity estimates from education finance reform in Massachusetts
J Guryan
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2001
Thinking, fast and slow? Some field experiments to reduce crime and dropout in Chicago
SB Heller, AK Shah, J Guryan, J Ludwig, S Mullainathan, HA Pollack
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (1), 1-54, 2017
Taste‐based or statistical discrimination: the economics of discrimination returns to its roots
J Guryan, KK Charles
The Economic Journal 123 (572), F417-F432, 2013
Teacher testing, teacher education, and teacher characteristics
JD Angrist, J Guryan
American Economic Review 94 (2), 241-246, 2004
Studying discrimination: Fundamental challenges and recent progress
KK Charles, J Guryan
Annu. Rev. Econ. 3 (1), 479-511, 2011
The efficacy of a voluntary summer book reading intervention for low-income Latino children from language minority families.
JS Kim, J Guryan
Journal of Educational Psychology 102 (1), 20, 2010
Birth cohort and the black-white achievement gap: The roles of access and health soon after birth
KY Chay, J Guryan, B Mazumder
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2009
The (surprising) efficacy of academic and behavioral intervention with disadvantaged youth: results from a randomized experiment in Chicago
PJ Cook, K Dodge, G Farkas, RG Fryer Jr, J Guryan, J Ludwig, S Mayer, ...
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2014
Gambling at lucky stores: Empirical evidence from state lottery sales
J Guryan, MS Kearney
The American Economic Review 98 (1), 458-473, 2008
Making savers winners: An overview of prize-linked savings products
MS Kearney, P Tufano, J Guryan, E Hurst
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2010
The effects of sexism on American women: The role of norms vs. discrimination
KK Charles, J Guryan, J Pan
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
Do lottery payments induce savings behavior? Evidence from the lab
E Filiz-Ozbay, J Guryan, K Hyndman, M Kearney, EY Ozbay
Journal of Public Economics 126, 1-24, 2015
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