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glass ceilings, sticky floors, quantile regression, public sector, gender pay gaps
randomised experiments, quantile regression, selection correction, panel data, education, student performance, class absence
dynamic discrete choice models, initial conditions, dynamic probit, panel data
income tax, wage bargaining, effective incidence
Discrete Time Duration Model, Heaping, Measurement Error, Parameters on the Boundary, Neonatal Mortality
discrete time duration model, heaping, measurement error, neonatal mortality, parameters on the boundary
work-related training, gender, fixed term contracts
Medical Students, Student Dropout (non-completion) Probabilities, Discrete Time Hazard, Limited Duration Model, Survival Analysis
Minimum Wages, Human Capital, Work-related Training, Difference-in-differences Estimation
death clustering, infant mortality, state dependence, scarring, unobserved
medical students, admissions, offer (non-rejection) probabilities, endogenous selection, unobserved heterogeneity
Dynamic Binary Panel Models, Unemployment, State Dependence, Unobserved Heterogeneity, Initial Conditions
persistence, siblings, infant mortality, state dependence, scarring, unobserved heterogeneity, dynamic random effects logit, gender, India
Student Withdrawal, Prior Qualifications, Rank, Heterogeneity
private sector training, wages, education, quantile regression
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Private sector training, wages, education, quantile regression
union membership premium, quantile regression, endogenous union membership
redistributive politics, alignment, swing, electoral competition
overseas development, charitable giving
latent factor models, structural equation models, female autonomy, school enrolment decisions, India, National Family Health Survey
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child nutrition, maternal autonomy, latent factor models, empirical Bayes, India, National Family Health Survey
File name: OBES.
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