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Mincer regressions, heterogeneity, random coefficient models, returns to schooling, returns to experience
heterogeneity, Mincer regression, random coefficient models, return to experience, returns to education
Return to Schooling, Dynamic Programming, Ability Bias, Discount Rate Bias
Dynamic Programming, Returns to Education, Risk Aversion, Human Capital, Earnings Dispersion
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Dynamic programming, returns to education, risk aversion, human capital, earnings dispersion
Local Returns to Schooling, Average Returns, Dynamic Programming, Dynamic Self-Selection
personnel economics, promotion, dynamic discrete choices, random effects
dynamic discrete choices, education, ex-ante risk, risk aversion
risk aversion, ex-ante risk, schooling, subjective beliefs, dynamic discrete choices
risk aversion, education, human capital, dynamic discrete choices
dynamic discrete choices , education , human capital , risk aversion
earnings growth, promotions, halo effects, hierarchies, internal labor markets
random coefficient, returns to schooling, treatment effects, dynamic programming, dynamic self-selection
intergenerational education correlation, endogenous schooling, household characteristics, dynamic programming
returns to schooling, human capital, ability bias, dynamic programming, dynamic self-selection, natural experiments, IV estimation
subjective distributions, expectation parameterization, rational expectation, schooling, dynamic programming, present bias, over-confidence
dynamic programming, education, over-confidence, present bias, rational expectation, subjective distributions
Random Coefficient, Returns to Schooling, Comparative Advantages, Dynamic Programming, Dynamic Self-selection
skill complementarity, dynamic treatment effects, dynamic programming, random coefficients
Discounting, Risk Aversion, Time Inconsistency, Transportability
discounting, risk aversion, time inconsistency, transportability
schooling attainments, second-generation immigrants, fixed term employment
Second-generation immigrants, schooling attainments, fixed term employment
dynamic discrete choice, dynamic programming, treatment effects, weak instruments, instrumental variable, returns to schooling
Higher Education Financing, Time and Risk Preferences, Field Experiment
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Random coefficient, returns to schooling, comparative advantages, dynamic programming, dynamic self-selection
instrumental variable methods, implicit assumptions, treatment effects
returns to schooling, instrumental variable methods, dynamic discrete choice, dynamic programming
education and growth, returns to schooling, comparative advantages, dynamic skill accumulation, compulsory schooling reforms, dynamic discrete choice, dynamic programming
returns to schooling, instrumental variable methods, dynamic discrete choice, dynamic programming, local average treatment effects
functional area, fast track, promotion, dynamic discrete choice
dynamic skill accumulation, education policies, returns to schooling, learning-by-doing, life-cycle labor-supply, IV estimation
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