Susan Dynarski
Susan Dynarski
Professor of Education, Harvard University
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Inequality in postsecondary education
MJ Bailey, SM Dynarski
Whither Opportunity: Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children's Life Chances, 2011
Does aid matter? Measuring the effect of student aid on college attendance and completion
SM Dynarski
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999
Hope for whom? Financial aid for the middle class and its impact on college attendance
S Dynarski
National tax journal 53 (3), 629-661, 2000
Descriptive Analysis in Education: A Guide for Researchers. NCEE 2017-4023.
S Loeb, S Dynarski, D McFarland, P Morris, S Reardon, S Reber
National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, 2017
Accountability and flexibility in public schools: Evidence from Boston's charters and pilots
A Abdulkadiroğlu, JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (2), 699-748, 2011
Financial aid policy: Lessons from research
S Dynarski, J Scott-Clayton
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
Into college, out of poverty? Policies to increase the postsecondary attainment of the poor
D Deming, S Dynarski
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2009
The cost of complexity in federal student aid: Lessons from optimal tax theory and behavioral economics
SM Dynarski, JE Scott-Clayton
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2006
Building the stock of college-educated labor
S Dynarski
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2005
The new merit aid
S Dynarski
College choices: The economics of where to go, when to go, and how to pay …, 2004
The behavioral and distributional implications of aid for college
S Dynarski
American Economic Review 92 (2), 279-285, 2002
Who benefits from KIPP?
JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak, CR Walters
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
Closing the gap: The effect of a targeted, tuition-free promise on college choices of high-achieving, low-income students
S Dynarski, CJ Libassi, K Michelmore, S Owen
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
Can families smooth variable earnings?
S Dynarski, J Gruber, RA Moffitt, G Burtless
Brookings papers on economic activity 1997 (1), 229-303, 1997
Stand and deliver: Effects of Boston’s charter high schools on college preparation, entry, and choice
JD Angrist, SR Cohodes, SM Dynarski, PA Pathak, CR Walters
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (2), 275-318, 2016
Experimental evidence on the effect of childhood investments on postsecondary attainment and degree completion
S Dynarski, J Hyman, DW Schanzenbach
Journal of policy Analysis and management 32 (4), 692-717, 2013
The Lengthening of
D Deming, S Dynarski
Version doi: 10.1257/jep. 22.3. 71, 2008
Inputs and impacts in charter schools: KIPP Lynn
JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak, CR Walters
American Economic Review 100 (2), 239-243, 2010
The gap within the gap: Using longitudinal data to understand income differences in educational outcomes
K Michelmore, S Dynarski
AERA Open 3 (1), 2332858417692958, 2017
Informing the debate: Comparing Boston's charter, pilot and traditional schools
A Abdulkadiroglu, J Angrist, S Cohodes, S Dynarski, J Fullerton, T Kane, ...
Boston Foundation, 2009
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