Elizabeth Dhuey Bibliography

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Updated June 26, 2019

Bedard, K. & Dhuey, E. (2006). The persistence of early childhood maturity: International evidence of long-run age effects. Quarterly Journal of Economics. MIT Press Journals.

Bedard, K. & Dhuey, E. (2012). School-entry policies and skill accumulation across directly and indirectly affected individuals. Journal of Human Resources. University of Wisconsin Press.

Bedard, Kelly. & Dhuey, E. (2006). The Persistence of Early Childhood Maturity International Evidence of Long Run Age Effects. The Quarterly Journal of Economics. MIT Press.

Dhuey, E. (2007). Essays on the economics of education. University of California.

Dhuey, E. (2011). Who Benefits from Kindergarten? Evidence from the Introduction of State Subsidization. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. American Educational Research Association.

Dhuey, E. (2013). Middle school or junior high? How grade-level configurations affect academic achievement. Canadian Journal of Economics. Canadian Economics Association.

Dhuey, E. (2013). The Long - Run Effects of Early Childhood Maturity on Fertility and Marital Outcomes. Canadian Economic Association Meetings. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. Do School Entry Laws Affect Long Run Outcomes?. The Association for Education Finance and Policy 38th Annual Conference. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. Middle School or Junior High? How Grade Level Configurations Affect Academic Achievement. The Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. The Effect of Fiscal Incentives on Special Education Identification Rates and Educational Placements. Society of Labor Economists Annual Meeting. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. Who Benefits from Kindergarten? Evidence from the Introduction of State Subsidization. Society of Labor Economists Annual Meeting. Unknown.

Dhuey, Elizabeth. (2007). Essays on the Economics of Education. Unknown

Dhuey, E., & Lipscomb S,. (2008). What makes a leader? Relative age and high school leadership. Economics of Education Review. Elsevier.

Dhuey, E., & Lipscomb S,. (2010). Disabled or young? Relative age and special education diagnoses in schools. Economics of Education Review. Elsevier.

Dhuey, E., & Lipscomb S,. (2013). Funding Special Education by Total District Enrollment: Advantages, Disadvantages, and Policy Considerations. Education Finance and Policy. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. , Figlio, D. , Karbownik, K. and Roth, J. (2019), School Starting Age and Cognitive Development. J. Pol. Anal. Manage.. doi:10.1002/pam.22135

Dhuey, E. & Lipscomb S,. (2011). Funding Special Education by Capitation: Evidence from State Finance Reforms. Education Finance and Policy. MIT Press.

Dhuey, E. & Smith, J. How Important Are School Principals in the Production of Student Achievement?. Society of Labor Economists Annual Meeting. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. & Smith, J. How School Principals Influence Student Learning. Unknown. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. & Smith, J. What Makes Principals Effective in Raising Student Achievement. Association for Public Policy a nd Management Fall Research Conference. Unknown.

Dhuey, E. & Smith, J. (2014). How important are school principals in the production of student achievement . Canadian Journal of Economics Revue canadienne d économique. Wiley Subscription Services Inc.

White, L., Dhuey, E., Jansen, A., Foster, D., & Perlman, M. (2018). Training and Skills Development Policy Options for the Changing World of Work. Retrieved from https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/89215