Jeffrey Smith
Jeffrey Smith
Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin
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The economics and econometrics of active labor market programs
JJ Heckman, RJ LaLonde, JA Smith
Handbook of labor economics 3, 1865-2097, 1999
Does matching overcome LaLonde's critique of nonexperimental estimators?
JA Smith, PE Todd
Journal of econometrics 125 (1-2), 305-353, 2005
Characterizing selection bias using experimental data
JJ Heckman, H Ichimura, JA Smith, PE Todd
National bureau of economic research, 1998
Assessing the case for social experiments
JJ Heckman, JA Smith
Journal of economic perspectives 9 (2), 85-110, 1995
Making the most out of programme evaluations and social experiments: Accounting for heterogeneity in programme impacts
JJ Heckman, J Smith, N Clements
The Review of Economic Studies 64 (4), 487-535, 1997
How robust is the evidence on the effects of college quality? Evidence from matching
DA Black, JA Smith
Journal of econometrics 121 (1-2), 99-124, 2004
The pre‐programme earnings dip and the determinants of participation in a social programme. Implications for simple programme evaluation strategies
JJ Heckman, JA Smith
The Economic Journal 109 (457), 313-348, 1999
Is the threat of reemployment services more effective than the services themselves? Evidence from random assignment in the UI system
DA Black, JA Smith, MC Berger, BJ Noel
American economic review 93 (4), 1313-1327, 2003
Estimating the returns to college quality with multiple proxies for quality
DA Black, JA Smith
Journal of labor Economics 24 (3), 701-728, 2006
A simulation estimator for dynamic models of discrete choice
VJ Hotz, RA Miller, S Sanders, J Smith
The Review of Economic Studies 61 (2), 265-289, 1994
Reconciling conflicting evidence on the performance of propensity-score matching methods
JA Smith, PE Todd
American Economic Review 91 (2), 112-118, 2001
Determinants of the match between student ability and college quality
EW Dillon, JA Smith
Journal of Labor Economics 35 (1), 45-66, 2017
The determinants of participation in a social program: Evidence from a prototypical job training program
JJ Heckman, JA Smith
Journal of Labor Economics 22 (2), 243-298, 2004
A critical survey of empirical methods for evaluating employment and training programs
J Smith
Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics 136 (3), 247-268, 2000
The performance of performance standards
JJ Heckman, CJ Heinrich, JA Smith
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2002
Evaluating the Welfare State, in Strom, S.(ed.), Econometrics and Economic Theory in the 20th Century: The Ragnar Frisch Centennial, Econometric Society Monograph Series
J Heckman, J Smith
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1998
Substitution and dropout bias in social experiments: A study of an influential social experiment
J Heckman, N Hohmann, J Smith, M Khoo
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 115 (2), 651-694, 2000
Heterogeneous impacts in PROGRESA
H Djebbari, J Smith
Journal of Econometrics 145 (1-2), 64-80, 2008
Sources of selection bias in evaluating social programs: An interpretation of conventional measures and evidence on the effectiveness of matching as a program evaluation method
JJ Heckman, H Ichimura, J Smith, P Todd
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93 (23), 13416-13420, 1996
Assessing the performance of performance standards in public bureaucracies
J Heckman, C Heinrich, J Smith
The American Economic Review 87 (2), 389-395, 1997
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