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Raj Chetty
Raj Chetty
Professor of Economics, Harvard University
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Where is the land of opportunity? The geography of intergenerational mobility in the United States
R Chetty, N Hendren, P Kline, E Saez
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 129 (4), 1553-1623, 2014
41132014
Salience and taxation: Theory and evidence
R Chetty, A Looney, K Kroft
American economic review 99 (4), 1145-1177, 2009
34252009
The effects of exposure to better neighborhoods on children: New evidence from the moving to opportunity experiment
R Chetty, N Hendren, LF Katz
American Economic Review 106 (4), 855-902, 2016
32782016
The association between income and life expectancy in the United States, 2001-2014
R Chetty, M Stepner, S Abraham, S Lin, B Scuderi, N Turner, A Bergeron, ...
Jama 315 (16), 1750-1766, 2016
28312016
Measuring the impacts of teachers II: Teacher value-added and student outcomes in adulthood
R Chetty, JN Friedman, JE Rockoff
American economic review 104 (9), 2633-2679, 2014
26622014
How does your kindergarten classroom affect your earnings? evidence from project star
R Chetty, JN Friedman, N Hilger, E Saez, DW Schanzenbach, D Yagan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2010
22342010
The economic impacts of COVID-19: Evidence from a new public database built using private sector data
R Chetty, JN Friedman, M Stepner, OI Team
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 139 (2), 829–889, 2024
2024*2024
Measuring the impacts of teachers I: Evaluating bias in teacher value-added estimates
R Chetty, JN Friedman, JE Rockoff
American economic review 104 (9), 2593-2632, 2014
19282014
The Impacts of Neighborhoods on Intergenerational Mobility I: Childhood Exposure Effects
R Chetty, N Hendren
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2016
14802016
Race and economic opportunity in the United States: An intergenerational perspective
R Chetty, N Hendren, MR Jones, SR Porter
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (2), 711-783, 2020
13872020
Is the United States still a land of opportunity? Recent trends in intergenerational mobility
R Chetty, N Hendren, P Kline, E Saez, N Turner
American Economic Review 104 (5), 141-147, 2014
13192014
Moral hazard vs. liquidity and optimal unemployment insurance
R Chetty
Journal of Political Economy, 2008
13012008
The fading American dream: Trends in absolute income mobility since 1940
R Chetty, D Grusky, M Hell, N Hendren, R Manduca, J Narang
Science 356 (6336), 398-406, 2017
12962017
Income segregation and intergenerational mobility across colleges in the United States
R Chetty, JN Friedman, E Saez, N Turner, D Yagan
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 135 (3), 1567-1633, 2020
1294*2020
Adjustment costs, firm responses, and micro vs. macro labor supply elasticities: Evidence from Danish tax records
R Chetty, JN Friedman, T Olsen, L Pistaferri
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2009
11672009
The long-term impacts of teachers: Teacher value-added and student outcomes in adulthood
R Chetty, JN Friedman, JE Rockoff
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
11392011
Are micro and macro labor supply elasticities consistent? A review of evidence on the intensive and extensive margins
R Chetty, A Guren, D Manoli, A Weber
American Economic Review 101 (3), 471-475, 2011
10372011
Bounds on elasticities with optimization frictions: A synthesis of micro and macro evidence on labor supply
R Chetty
Econometrica 80 (3), 969-1018, 2012
9552012
A new method of estimating risk aversion
R Chetty
The American Economic Review 96 (5), 1821-1834, 2006
9352006
The impacts of neighborhoods on intergenerational mobility II: County-level estimates
R Chetty, N Hendren
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 133 (3), 1163-1228, 2018
9262018
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