Nathaniel Hendren
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Where is the land of opportunity? The geography of intergenerational mobility in the United States
R Chetty, N Hendren, P Kline, E Saez
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (4), 1553-1623, 2014
The effects of exposure to better neighborhoods on children: New evidence from the moving to opportunity experiment
R Chetty, N Hendren, LF Katz
American Economic Review 106 (4), 855-902, 2016
The impacts of neighborhoods on intergenerational mobility I: Childhood exposure effects
R Chetty, N Hendren
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (3), 1107-1162, 2018
The economic impacts of COVID-19: Evidence from a new public database built using private sector data
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, M Stepner
national Bureau of economic research, 2020
Is the United States still a land of opportunity? Recent trends in intergenerational mobility
R Chetty, N Hendren, P Kline, E Saez, N Turner
American Economic Review 104 (5), 141-47, 2014
The fading American dream: Trends in absolute income mobility since 1940
R Chetty, D Grusky, M Hell, N Hendren, R Manduca, J Narang
Science 356 (6336), 398-406, 2017
Race and economic opportunity in the United States: An intergenerational perspective
R Chetty, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (2), 711-783, 2020
The opportunity atlas: Mapping the childhood roots of social mobility
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
A unified welfare analysis of government policies
N Hendren, B Sprung-Keyser
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (3), 1209-1318, 2020
Private information and insurance rejections
N Hendren
Econometrica 81 (5), 1713-1762, 2013
The policy elasticity
N Hendren
Tax Policy and the Economy 30 (1), 51-89, 2016
Creating moves to opportunity: Experimental evidence on barriers to neighborhood choice
P Bergman, R Chetty, S DeLuca, N Hendren, LF Katz, C Palmer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
The Opportunity Insights Team.(2020)
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hendren, M Stepner
How did COVID-19 and stabilization policies affect spending and employment, 0
The value of medicaid: Interpreting results from the oregon health insurance experiment
A Finkelstein, N Hendren, EFP Luttmer
Journal of Political Economy 127 (6), 2836-2874, 2019
The great equalizer: Health care access and infant mortality in Thailand
J Gruber, N Hendren, RM Townsend
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 6 (1), 91-107, 2014
Subsidizing health insurance for low-income adults: Evidence from Massachusetts
A Finkelstein, N Hendren, M Shepard
American Economic Review 109 (4), 1530-67, 2019
Childhood environment and gender gaps in adulthood
R Chetty, N Hendren, F Lin, J Majerovitz, B Scuderi
American Economic Review 106 (5), 282-88, 2016
Knowledge of future job loss and implications for unemployment insurance
N Hendren
American Economic Review 107 (7), 1778-1823, 2017
Measuring economic efficiency using inverse-optimum weights
N Hendren
Journal of public Economics 187, 104198, 2020
Welfare analysis meets causal inference
A Finkelstein, N Hendren
Journal of Economic Perspectives 34 (4), 146-67, 2020
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