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Scholarly Interest Report
         
Kenneth Wolpin
Research Professor
Distinguished Research Professor and Lay Family Chair in Economics
 
e-mail:Kenneth.I.Wolpin@rice.edu
 
Primary Department
   Department of Economics
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Research Areas
 Labor Economics, Economics of Education, Development Economics, Empirical Methodology
 
Selected Publications
 Refereed articles
 

Antonio Merlo and Kenneth I. Wolpin "The Transition from School to Jail:Youth Crime and High School Completion among Black Males ." Europeane Economic Review (October, 2015)

 
 

Chao Fu and Kenneth I. Wolpin "“Structural Estimation of a Becker-Ehrlich Equilibrium Model of Crime: Allocating Police Across Cities to Reduce Crime” ." Review of Economic StudiesSubmitted

 
 

Jere R. Behrman, Petra E. Todd, Michela Tincani and Kenneth I. Wolpin "“Teacher quality in public and private schools under a voucher system: the case of Chile," ." Journal of Labor Economics (April, 2016) In Press

 
 

Jere R. Behrman, Susan Parker, Petra E. Todd and Kenneth I. Wolpin "“Aligning Learning Incentives of Students and Teachers: Results from a Social Experiment in Mexican High Schools” ." Journal of Political Economy (April, 2015)

 
 

Petra E. Todd and Kenneth I. Wolpin ""Accounting for Mathematics Performance of High School Students in Mexico: Estimating a Coordination Game in the Classroom" ." Journal of Political Economy (2nd round submission)Submitted

 
 

C. Fu and K. Wolpin "Structural Estimation of a Becker-Ehrlich Equilibrium Model of Crime: Allocating Police Across Cities to Reduce Crime." Quantitative EconomicsIn Revision

 
 

F. Schorfheide and K. Wolpin "To Hold Out or Not to Hold Out." Journal of Applied EconometricsSubmitted

 
 

J. Behrman, M. Tincani, P. Todd and K. Wolpin "Teacher quality in public and private schools under a voucher system: the case of Chile." Journal of Labor EconomicsIn Press

 
 

J. Behrman, S. Parker, P. Todd and K. Wolpin "Aligning Learning Incentives of Students and Teachers: Results from a Social Experiment in Mexican High Schools." Journal of Political EconomyIn Press

 
 

P. Todd and K. Wolpin "Estimating a Coordination Game in the Classroom." Journal of Political EconomyIn Revision

 
 Articles
 

Frank Schorfheide and Kenneth I. Wolpin "“To Hold Out or Not to Hold Out” ." Research in Economics (June, 2016) In Press