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Susan Dynarski
Susan Dynarski
Professor of Education, Harvard University
Verified email at g.harvard.edu - Homepage
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Inequality in postsecondary education
MJ Bailey, SM Dynarski
Whither Opportunity: Rising Inequality, Schools, and Children's Life Chances, 2011
2858*2011
Does aid matter? Measuring the effect of student aid on college attendance and completion
SM Dynarski
National Bureau of Economic Research, 1999
1579*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
9592000
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
9342017
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
8872011
Financial aid policy: Lessons from research
S Dynarski, J Scott-Clayton
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2013
7082013
Into college, out of poverty? Policies to increase the postsecondary attainment of the poor
D Deming, S Dynarski
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2009
656*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
5882006
Building the stock of college-educated labor
S Dynarski
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2005
5632005
The new merit aid
S Dynarski
College choices: The economics of where to go, when to go, and how to pay …, 2004
534*2004
The behavioral and distributional implications of aid for college
S Dynarski
American Economic Review 92 (2), 279-285, 2002
4912002
Who benefits from KIPP?
JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak, CR Walters
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010
4302010
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
395*2018
Can families smooth variable earnings?
S Dynarski, J Gruber, RA Moffitt, G Burtless
Brookings papers on economic activity 1997 (1), 229-303, 1997
3751997
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
3512016
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
2962013
The Lengthening of
D Deming, S Dynarski
Version doi: 10.1257/jep. 22.3. 71, 2008
290*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
2672010
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
2492017
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
2322009
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