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Amanda Pallais
Amanda Pallais
Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu - Homepage
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Valuing alternative work arrangements
A Mas, A Pallais
American Economic Review 107 (12), 3722-3759, 2017
8072017
Inefficient hiring in entry-level labor markets
A Pallais
American Economic Review 104 (11), 3565-3599, 2014
4462014
‘Acting wife’: Marriage market incentives and labor market investments
L Bursztyn, T Fujiwara, A Pallais
American Economic Review 107 (11), 3288-3319, 2017
3442017
Discrimination as a self-fulfilling prophecy: Evidence from French grocery stores
D Glover, A Pallais, W Pariente
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (3), 1219-1260, 2017
2972017
Discrimination as a self-fulfilling prophecy: Evidence from French grocery stores
D Glover, A Pallais, W Pariente
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 132 (3), 1219-1260, 2017
2972017
Small differences that matter: Mistakes in applying to college
A Pallais
Journal of Labor Economics 33 (2), 493-520, 2015
2752015
Can online delivery increase access to education?
J Goodman, J Melkers, A Pallais
Journal of Labor Economics 37 (1), 1-34, 2019
2422019
Why the referential treatment? Evidence from field experiments on referrals
A Pallais, EG Sands
Journal of Political Economy 124 (6), 1793-1828, 2016
2072016
Alternative work arrangements
A Mas, A Pallais
Annual Review of Economics 12, 631-658, 2020
1662020
Opportunities for low-income students at top colleges and universities: Policy initiatives and the distribution of students
A Pallais, S Turner
National Tax Journal 59 (2), 357-386, 2006
1242006
Taking a chance on college is the Tennessee education lottery scholarship program a winner?
A Pallais
Journal of Human resources 44 (1), 199-222, 2009
1042009
Leveling up: Early results from a randomized evaluation of post-secondary aid
J Angrist, D Autor, S Hudson, A Pallais
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2015
892015
Labor supply and the value of non-work time: Experimental estimates from the field
A Mas, A Pallais
American Economic Review: Insights 1 (1), 111-126, 2019
592019
Evaluating post-secondary aid: Enrollment, persistence, and projected completion effects
J Angrist, D Autor, S Hudson, A Pallais
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
562017
Access to elites
A Pallais, SE Turner
Economic inequality and higher education: Access, persistence, and success …, 2007
562007
Marginal effects of merit aid for low-income students
J Angrist, D Autor, A Pallais
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 137 (2), 1039-1090, 2022
402022
Evaluating econometric evaluations of post-secondary aid
J Angrist, D Autor, S Hudson, A Pallais
American Economic Review 105 (5), 502-507, 2015
292015
An elite grad-school degree goes online
J Goodman, J Melkers, A Pallais
Education Next 18 (3), 66-72, 2018
122018
Why not apply? The effect of application costs on college applications for low-income students
A Pallais
MIT mimeo, 2008
72008
Does Online Delivery Increase Access to Education?
J Goodman, JE Melkers, A Pallais
HKS Working Paper No. RWP16-035, 2016
52016
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