DC Accepted Papers: Economics

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Mapping the Institutionalization of Evaluation and Prioritization of Evidence in the U.S. Federal Government
Esther C. Nolton1, Marvin G. Powell1, Divya Varier1, Valerie Caracelli2 and Rodney K. Hopson3, (1)George Mason University, (2)Government Accountability Office, (3)University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign

Paying More for a Shorter Flight - Hidden City Ticketing
Quanquan Liu, University of Pittsburgh

What’s in a Job? Evaluating the Impact of Private Sector Job Experience on Students' Academic Outcomes
Urbashee Paul1, Alicia Sasser Modestino1 and Joseph McLaughlin2, (1)Northeastern University, (2)Boston Private Industry Council

Public Infrastructure and Economic Development in Low Income Economies
Prakash Chandra Sapkota, Osaka City University

Importing Inequality: The Rise of Foreign Top Earners in the UK
Arun Advani, University of Warwick, Felix Koenig, Princeton University, Lorenzo Pessina, Columbia University and Andy Summers, London School of Economics

Using Information and Technology to Improve Efficacy of Welfare Programs Evidence from a Field Experiment in India
Upasak Das, University of Pennsylvania, Amartya Paul, Centre for Development Studies and Mohit Sharma, Collaborative Research and Dissemination, New Delhi

How to Model Forward Guidance and Address a Larger Puzzle
Derin Aksit, Johns Hopkins University

Spatial Analysis of Inequality in the United States
Muhammad Salar Khan and Abu Bakkar Siddique, George Mason University

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