James Heckman
James Heckman
Professor of Economics at University of Chicago, American Bar Foundation Research Fellow
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Sample selection bias as a specification error
JJ Heckman
Econometrica: Journal of the econometric society, 153-161, 1979
342221979
The colonial origins of comparative development: An empirical investigation
D Acemoglu, S Johnson, JA Robinson
American economic review 91 (5), 1369-1401, 2001
150792001
Matching as an econometric evaluation estimator: Evidence from evaluating a job training programme
JJ Heckman, H Ichimura, PE Todd
The review of economic studies 64 (4), 605-654, 1997
8272*1997
The common structure of statistical models of truncation, sample selection and limited dependent variables and a simple estimator for such models
JJ Heckman
Annals of economic and social measurement, volume 5, number 4, 475-492, 1976
68741976
The effects of cognitive and noncognitive abilities on labor market outcomes and social behavior
JJ Heckman, J Stixrud, S Urzua
Journal of Labor economics 24 (3), 411-482, 2006
45392006
The economics and econometrics of active labor market programs
JJ Heckman, RJ LaLonde, JA Smith
Handbook of labor economics 3, 1865-2097, 1999
44491999
Skill formation and the economics of investing in disadvantaged children
JJ Heckman
Science 312 (5782), 1900-1902, 2006
41282006
A method for minimizing the impact of distributional assumptions in econometric models for duration data
J Heckman, B Singer
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 271-320, 1984
36511984
The technology of skill formation
F Cunha, J Heckman
American Economic Review 97 (2), 31-47, 2007
35012007
Dummy endogenous variables in a simultaneous equation system
JJ Heckman
Econometrica: Journal of the Econometric Society, 931-959, 1978
31411978
Characterizing selection bias using experimental data
J Heckman, H Ichimura, J Smith, P Todd
Econometrica, 1017-1098, 1998
31231998
Shadow prices, market wages, and labor supply
J Heckman
Econometrica: journal of the econometric society, 679-694, 1974
28471974
Interpreting the evidence on life cycle skill formation
F Cunha, JJ Heckman, L Lochner, DV Masterov
Handbook of the Economics of Education 1, 697-812, 2006
25452006
Policies to foster human capital
JJ Heckman
Research in economics 54 (1), 3-56, 2000
24802000
The economics and psychology of personality traits
L Borghans, AL Duckworth, JJ Heckman, B Ter Weel
Journal of human Resources 43 (4), 972-1059, 2008
24092008
Alternative methods for evaluating the impact of interventions: An overview
JJ Heckman, R Robb Jr
Journal of econometrics 30 (1-2), 239-267, 1985
23851985
Human capital policy
PM Carneiro, JJ Heckman
IZA discussion paper, 2003
22262003
The productivity argument for investing in young children
JJ Heckman, DV Masterov
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 29 (3), 446-493, 2007
20592007
Estimating the technology of cognitive and noncognitive skill formation
F Cunha, JJ Heckman, SM Schennach
Econometrica 78 (3), 883-931, 2010
20332010
The incidental parameters problem and the problem of initial conditions in estimating a discrete time-discrete data stochastic process and some Monte Carlo evidence
JJ Heckman
University of Chicago Center for Mathematical studies in Business and Economics, 1987
20251987
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