Ardyn Nordstrom
Ardyn Nordstrom
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Correcting for bias in hot hand analysis: An application to youth golf
CS Cotton, F McIntyre, A Nordstrom, J Price
Journal of Economic Psychology 75, 102091, 2019
52019
Impact of a severe drought on education: More schooling but less learning
A Nordstrom, C Cotton
Available at SSRN 3601834, 2020
12020
Can community information campaigns improve girls' education?
C Cotton, J Nanowski, A Nordstrom, E Richert
Queen’s Economics Department Working Paper, 2020
12020
Response Bias in Voluntary Surveys: An Empirical Analysis of the Canadian Census
K Nield, AT Nordstrom
12016
Identifying unvaccinated individuals in Canada: A predictive model
K Dick, A Nordstrom
arXiv preprint arXiv:1607.08656, 2016
12016
Trade, poverty and food security: A survey of recent research and its implications for East Africa
H Lloyd-Ellis, A Nordstrom
Economics Department, Queen's University Working Paper, 2021
2021
Information and Advocacy Campaigns in Support of Girls' Education Increase Math Performance and Enrolment
C Cotton, A Nordstrom, J Nanowski, E Richert
Economics Department, Queen's University Working Paper, 2020
2020
Community Campaigns to Improve Attitudes towards Girls' Education Can Increase Math Scores and Enrollment
C Cotton, A Nordstrom, J Nanowski, E Richert
Economics Department, Queen's University Working Paper, 2020
2020
Campaigns to Improve Community Attitudes towards Girls’ Education Can Increase Math Scores and Enrolment
C Cotton, A Nordstrom, J Nanowski, E Richert
2020
Community Information Campaigns Improve Girls' Education: Evidence from an RCT in Zimbabwe
C Cotton, J Nanowski, A Nordstrom, E Richert
Available at SSRN 3547786, 2020
2020
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