Krzysztof Karbownik
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The effects of poor neonatal health on children's cognitive development
D Figlio, J Guryan, K Karbownik, J Roth
American Economic Review 104 (12), 3921-55, 2014
3742014
Family disadvantage and the gender gap in behavioral and educational outcomes
D Autor, D Figlio, K Karbownik, J Roth, M Wasserman
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 11 (3), 338-81, 2019
2422019
School quality and the gender gap in educational achievement
D Figlio, K Karbownik, J Roth, M Wasserman
American Economic Review 106 (5), 289-95, 2016
932016
Evaluation of Ohio's EdChoice Scholarship Program: Selection, Competition, and Performance Effects.
D Figlio, K Karbownik
Thomas B. Fordham Institute, 2016
692016
School starting age and cognitive development
E Dhuey, D Figlio, K Karbownik, J Roth
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 38 (3), 538-578, 2019
532019
Sibling spillovers
SE Black, S Breining, DN Figlio, J Guryan, K Karbownik, HS Nielsen, ...
The Economic Journal 131 (633), 101-128, 2021
492021
Socioeconomic status and genetic influences on cognitive development
DN Figlio, J Freese, K Karbownik, J Roth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (51), 13441-13446, 2017
442017
Birth order and delinquency: Evidence from Denmark and Florida
S Breining, J Doyle, DN Figlio, K Karbownik, J Roth
Journal of Labor Economics 38 (1), 95-142, 2020
412020
Education research and administrative data
D Figlio, K Karbownik, KG Salvanes
Handbook of the Economics of Education 5, 75-138, 2016
392016
Long-run consequences of exposure to natural disasters
K Karbownik, A Wray
Journal of Labor Economics 37 (3), 949-1007, 2019
262019
Evidence that prenatal testosterone transfer from male twins reduces the fertility and socioeconomic success of their female co-twins
A Bütikofer, DN Figlio, K Karbownik, CW Kuzawa, KG Salvanes
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (14), 6749-6753, 2019
262019
Educational performance of children born prematurely
CF Garfield, K Karbownik, K Murthy, G Falciglia, J Guryan, DN Figlio, ...
JAMA pediatrics 171 (8), 764-770, 2017
232017
Who gets to look nice and who gets to play? Effects of child gender on household expenditures
K Karbownik, M Myck
Review of Economics of the Household 15 (3), 925-944, 2017
20*2017
The promise of administrative data in education research
D Figlio, K Karbownik, K Salvanes
Education Finance and Policy 12 (2), 129-136, 2017
182017
Long-term cognitive and health outcomes of school-aged children who were born late-term vs full-term
DN Figlio, J Guryan, K Karbownik, J Roth
JAMA pediatrics 170 (8), 758-764, 2016
172016
For some mothers more than others: How children matter for labour market outcomes when both fertility and female employment are low
K Karbownik, M Myck
Economics of Transition 24 (4), 705-725, 2016
14*2016
The effects of student composition on teacher turnover: Evidence from an admission reform
K Karbownik
Economics of Education Review 75, 101960, 2020
12*2020
The determinants of teacher mobility in Sweden
K Karbownik
Working Paper, 2014
112014
Setting a good example? Examining sibling spillovers in educational achievement using a regression discontinuity design
K Karbownik, U Özek
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
102019
Svenska högstadie-och gymnasielärares rörlighet på arbetsmarknaden
K Karbownik, S Martinson
Institutet för arbetsmarknads-och utbildningspolitisk utvärdering, 2013
62013
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