Parag Pathak
Parag Pathak
MIT Economics
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Short interest, institutional ownership, and stock returns
P Asquith, PA Pathak, JR Ritter
Journal of Financial Economics 78 (2), 243-276, 2005
10022005
Accountability and flexibility in public schools: Evidence from Boston's charters and pilots
A Abdulkadiroğlu, JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 126 (2), 699-748, 2011
926*2011
The new york city high school match
A Abdulkadiroğlu, PA Pathak, AE Roth
American Economic Review 95 (2), 364-367, 2005
916*2005
Forced sales and house prices
JY Campbell, S Giglio, P Pathak
The American Economic Review 101 (5), 2108-2131, 2011
9132011
The Boston public school match
A Abdulkadiroğlu, PA Pathak, AE Roth, T Sönmez
American Economic Review, 368-371, 2005
6882005
Strategy-proofness versus Efficiency in Matching with Indifferences: Redesigning the NYC High School Match
A Abdulkadiroglu, PA Pathak, AE Roth
American Economic Review 41 (5), 1954, 2010
6252010
Explaining charter school effectiveness
JD Angrist, PA Pathak, CR Walters
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 5 (4), 1-27, 2013
5892013
Incentives and stability in large two-sided matching markets
F Kojima, PA Pathak
American Economic Review 99 (3), 608-27, 2009
4282009
The elite illusion: Achievement effects at Boston and New York exam schools
A Abdulkadiroğlu, J Angrist, P Pathak
Econometrica 82 (1), 137-196, 2014
4242014
Leveling the playing field: Sincere and sophisticated players in the Boston mechanism
PA Pathak, T Sönmez
American Economic Review 98 (4), 1636-52, 2008
3652008
Who benefits from KIPP?
JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak, CR Walters
Journal of policy Analysis and Management 31 (4), 837-860, 2012
3512012
School admissions reform in Chicago and England: comparing mechanisms by their vulnerability to manipulation
PA Pathak, T Sönmez
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2011
3482011
Changing the boston school-choice mechanism: Strategy-proofness as equal access
A Abdulkadiroglu, PA Pathak, AE Roth, T Sönmez
NBER Working Paper, 2006
327*2006
Free to choose: Can school choice reduce student achievement?
A Abdulkadiroğlu, PA Pathak, CR Walters
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 10 (1), 175-206, 2018
251*2018
Stand and deliver: Effects of Boston’s charter high schools on college preparation, entry, and choice
JD Angrist, SR Cohodes, SM Dynarski, PA Pathak, CR Walters
Journal of Labor Economics 34 (2), 275-318, 2016
2352016
Inputs and impacts in charter schools: KIPP Lynn
JD Angrist, SM Dynarski, TJ Kane, PA Pathak, CR Walters
American Economic Review 100 (2), 239-43, 2010
2142010
Matching with couples: Stability and incentives in large markets
F Kojima, PA Pathak, AE Roth
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 128 (4), 1585-1632, 2013
1912013
The mechanism design approach to student assignment
PA Pathak
Annu. Rev. Econ. 3 (1), 513-536, 2011
1582011
Housing market spillovers: Evidence from the end of rent control in Cambridge, Massachusetts
DH Autor, CJ Palmer, PA Pathak
Journal of Political Economy 122 (3), 661-717, 2014
1512014
Charters without lotteries: Testing takeovers in New Orleans and Boston
A Abdulkadiroğlu, JD Angrist, PD Hull, PA Pathak
American Economic Review 106 (7), 1878-1920, 2016
1502016
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