Good DID papers

Introduction:

Applied Microeconomics Lecture 3: Difference-in-Difference Estimation

The recommends on paper illustrating DiD methods are gathered according to a tweet talk:

Entitled to work: Urban property rights and labor supply in Peru E Field – The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2007

Individual vessel quotas and increased fishing pressure on unregulated species
F Asche, DV Gordon, CL Jensen, SU Rashid… – Land economics 2007

Water for life: The impact of the privatization of water services on child mortality
S Galiani, P Gertler… – Journal of political …, 2005

Effective Policy for Reducing Poverty and Inequality? The Earned Income Tax Credit and the Distribution of Income Hoynes and Patel 2017

Cycling to School: Increasing Secondary School Enrollment for Girls in India Karthik Muralidharan & Nishith Prakash AMERICAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL: APPLIED ECONOMICS VOL. 9, NO. 3, JULY 2017

The incidence of mandated maternity benefits J Gruber – The American economic review, 1994

Decriminalizing indoor prostitution: Implications for sexual violence and public health NBER working paper S Cunningham, M Shah – 2014

Did unilateral divorce laws raise divorce rates? A reconciliation and new results
F Gregg – The American Economic Review, 2006

How much should we trust differences-in-differences estimates? M Bertrand, E Duflo… – The Quarterly journal of …, 2004

Consumers as Tax Auditors (Revise and Resubmit, American Economic Review)

Schooling and labor market consequences of school construction in Indonesia: Evidence from an unusual policy experiment E Duflo – 2000 – nber.org

Outsourcing at will: The contribution of unjust dismissal doctrine to the growth of employment outsourcing DH Autor – Journal of labor economics, 2003

The Effect of Health Risk on Housing Values: Evidence from a Cancer Cluster Lucas W. Davis AMERICAN ECONOMIC REVIEW VOL. 94, NO. 5, DECEMBER 2004

Others:

Causal Friday: Some Real Effects of the Flint Water Crisis…

 

 

 

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