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Publications of Philip Oreopoulos

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Forthcoming

  • Robert French and Philip Oreopoulos, "Behavioral Barriers Transitioning to College", Labour Economics, forthcoming.
  • Morley K. Gunderson and Philip Oreopoulos, "Returns to Education in Developed Countries", in International Encyclopedia of Education, 3rd edition (edited by E. Barker, M. McGaw and P. Peterson), Elsevier Publishers, USA, to appear.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Returns to Education in Developed Countries", in Chapter for International Encyclopedia in Education Third Edition (edited by Patrick McEwan), -, -, to appear.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Should We Raise the Minimum School Leaving Age to Help Disadvantaged Youth? Evidence from Recent Changes to Compulsory Schooling in the United States", in An Economic Framework for Understanding and Assisting Disadvantaged Youth (edited by Jonathan Gruber), National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, Massachusettes, 2007, to appear.
  • Philip Oreopoulos and Florian Hoffman, "A Professor Like Me: Gender Role Model Effects in College", Journal of Human Resources, forthcoming.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, Marianne Page, Ann Stevens, "Does Human Capital Transfer from Parent to Child? The Intergenerational Effects of Compulsory Schooling", Journal of Labor Economics, forthcoming.
  • Philip Oreopoulos and Uros Petronijevic, "Student Coaching: How Far Can Technology Go?", Journal of Human Resources, forthcoming.
  • Jefferey Reitz, Philip Oreopoulos, Rupa Banerjee, "Do Large Employers Treat Racil Minorities More Fairly? A New Analysis of Canadian Field Experiment Data", Canadian Public Policy, forthcoming.

2017

2016

  • Julia Chabrier, Sarah Cohodes, Philip Oreopoulos, "What Can We Learn from Charter School Lotteries?", Journal of Economic Perspectives 30 (3) (2016), 57–84. (Freely available.)
  • Adam Lavecchia, Heidi Liu, Philip Oreopoulos, "Behavioral Economics of Education: Progress and Possibilities", in Handbook of Economics of Education (edited by Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen J. Machin, Ludger Woessmann), North Holland Press, Amsterdam, 2016, 1–74.
  • Adam Lavecchia, Heidi Liu, Philip Oreopoulos, "Behavioral Economics of Education: Progress and Possibilities", in Handbook of Economics of Education (edited by Eric A. Hanushek, Stephen J. Machin, Ludger Woessmann), North Holland Press, 2016, 1–74.

2015

  • Nicole Fortin, Philip Oreopoulos, Shelley Phipps, "Leaving Boys Behind: Gender Disparities in Academic Achievement", Journal of Human Resources 50 (3) (2015), 549–579.

2014

2013

  • Philip Oreopoulos and Ryan Dunn, "Information and College Access: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment", Scandinavian Journal of Economics 115 (1) (2013), 3–26.
  • Philip Oreopoulos and Uros Petronijevic, "Who Benefits from College? A Review of Research on the Returns to Higher Education", Future of Children 23 (1) (2013), 41–65.
  • Philip Oreopoulos and Uros Petronijevic, "Who Benefits from College? A Review of Research on the Returns to Higher Education", Future of Children 23 (1) (2013), 41–65.

2012

  • Eric Bettinger, Bridget Long, Philip Oreopoulos, Lisa Sanbonmatsu, "Helping Complete College Financial Aid Applications: Evidence from a Randomized Trial with H&R Block", Quarterly Journal of Economics 127 (3) (2012), 1205–1242.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, Till Von Wachter, Andrew Heisz, "The Short- and Long-Term Career Effects of Graduating in a Recession", American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 4 (2012), 1–29. (Freely available.)

2011

  • Toni Mora and Philip Oreopoulos, "Peer effects on high school aspirations: Evidence from a sample of close and not-so-close friends", Economics of Education Review 30 (2011), 575–581.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Why Do Skilled Immigrants Struggle in the Labor Market? A Field Experiment with Thirteen Thousand Résumés", American Economic Journal: Public Policy 3 (2011), 148–171.
  • Philip Oreopoulos and Kjell Salvanes, "Priceless: The Nonpecuniary Benefits of Schooling", Journal of Economic Perspectives 25 (1) (2011), 159–184.

2010

  • Morley K. Gunderson and Philip Oreopoulos, "Returns to Education in Developed Countries", in International Encyclopedia in Education Third Edition (edited by E. Barker, M. McGaw and P. Peterson), Elsevier Publishers, 2010, 37–43.
  • Jason Lindo, Nick Sanders, Philip Oreopoulos, "Ability, Gender, and Performance Standards: Evidence from Academic Probation", American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2 (2) (2010), 95–117.

2009

  • Florian Hoffmann and Philip Oreopoulos, "Professor Qualities and Student Achievement", Review of Economic and Statistics 91 (1) (2009), 83–92.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Would More Compulsory Schooling Help Disadvantaged Youth? Evidence from Recent Changes to School Leaving Laws", in The Problems of Disadvantaged Youth: An Economic Perspective (edited by Jonathan Gruber), University of Chicago Press, 2009, 85–114.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, Joshua Angrist, Daniel Lang, "Incentives and Services for College Achievement: Evidence from a Randomized Trial", American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 1 (1) (2009), 136–163.

2008

  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Neighbourhood Effects in Canada: A Critique", Canadian Public Policy 34 (2) (2008), 237–258.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, Marianne Page, Ann Stevens, "The Intergenerational Effects of Worker Displacement", Journal of Labor Economics 26 (3) (2008), 455–484.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, Mark Stabile, Randy Walld, Leslie Roos, "Short, Medium, and Long Term Consequences of Poor Infant Health: An Analysis using Siblings and Twins", Journal of Human Resources 43 (1) (2008), 88–138.

2007

  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Do Dropouts Drop Out Too Soon? Wealth, Health, and Happiness from Compulsory Schooling", Journal of Public Economics 91 (2007), 2213–2229.

2006

  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Average Treatment Effects of Education when Compulsory School Laws Really Matter", American Economic Review 96 (1) (2006), 152–175.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, "The Compelling Effects of Compulsory Schooling: Evidence from Canada", Canadian Journal of Economics 39 (1) (2006), 22–52.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, Marianne Page, Ann Stevens, "The Intergenerational Effects of Compulsory Schooling", Journal of Labor Economics 24 (4) (2006), 729–760.

2005

  • Kevin Milligan, Enrico Moretti, Philip Oreopoulos, "Does Education Improve Citizenship: Evidence from the U.S. and the U.K.", Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 88 (9-10) (2005), 1667–1695.

2003

  • Philip Oreopoulos, "The Long Run Consequences of Growing Up in a Poor Neighborhood", Quarterly Journal of Economics 118 (4) (2003), 1533–1575.

2000

  • Alan Auerbach and Philip Oreopoulos, "The Fiscal Impact of U.S. Immigration: A Generational Accounting Perspective", Tax Policy and the Economy 14 (2000), 123–156.

1999

  • Alan Auerbach and Philip Oreopoulos, "Analyzing the Fiscal Impact of U.S. Immigration", American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 89 (2) (1999), 176–180.
  • Philip Oreopoulos, "Canada: On the Road to Fiscal Balance", in Generational Accounting Around the World (edited by Alan J. Auerbach, Laurence J. Kotlikoff and Willi Leibfritz), University of Chicago Press, 1999, 199–217.

1998

  • Philip Oreopoulos and Francois Vaillancourt, "Applying the Generational Accounting Approach to Canada: Findings and Fallacies", in Government Finances and Generational Equity (edited by Miles Corak), Statistics Canada, 1998, 7–20.