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NBER Publications by Elizabeth U. Cascio

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December 2013The Impacts of Expanding Access to High-Quality Preschool Education
with Elizabeth U. Cascio, Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach: w19735
May 2012Knowledge, Tests, and Fadeout in Educational Interventions
with Elizabeth U. Cascio, Douglas O. Staiger: w18038
January 2012Valuing the Vote: The Redistribution of Voting Rights and State Funds Following the Voting Rights Act of 1965
with Elizabeth U. Cascio, Ebonya L. Washington: w17776

Published: “Valuing the Vote: The Redistribution of Voting Rights and State Funds Following the Voting Rights Act of 1965” (with Ebonya Washington), The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 129(1), 379-433, February 2014.

June 2011Federal Aid and Equality of Educational Opportunity: Evidence from the Introduction of Title I in the South
with Elizabeth U. Cascio, Nora E. Gordon, Sarah J. Reber: w17155

Published: “Local Responses to Federal Grants : Evidence from the Introduction of Ti tle I in the South” (with Nora Gordon and Sarah Reber), American Economic Jour nal: Economic Policy , 5(3), 126-159, August 2013.

January 2011Is Being in School Better? The Impact of School on Children's BMI When Starting Age is Endogenous
with Patricia M. Anderson, Kristin F. Butcher, Elizabeth U. Cascio, Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach: w16673

Published: Anderson, Patricia M. & Butcher, Kristin F. & Cascio, Elizabeth U. & Schanzenbach, Diaane Whitmore, 2011. "Is Being in School Better? The Impact of School on Children's BMI When Starting Age is Endogeneous" Journal of Health Economics, Elsevier, vol. 30(5), 977-986, September. citation courtesy of

May 2009Do Investments in Universal Early Education Pay Off? Long-term Effects of Introducing Kindergartens into Public Schools
w14951
April 2009Paying for Progress: Conditional Grants and the Desegregation of Southern Schools
with Elizabeth Cascio, Nora Gordon, Ethan Lewis, Sarah Reber: w14869

Published: Elizabeth Cascio & Nora Gordon & Ethan Lewis & Sarah Reber, 2010. "Paying for Progress: Conditional Grants and the Desegregation of Southern Schools," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, MIT Press, vol. 125(1), pages 445-482, February. citation courtesy of

June 2008Education and the Age Profile of Literacy into Adulthood
with Elizabeth Cascio, Damon Clark, Nora Gordon: w14073

Published: Elizabeth Cascio & Damon Clark & Nora Gordon, 2008. "Education and the Age Profile of Literacy into Adulthood," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 22(3), pages 47-70, Summer. citation courtesy of

December 2007First in the Class? Age and the Education Production Function
with Elizabeth Cascio, Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach: w13663
July 2007From Brown to Busing
with Elizabeth Cascio, Nora Gordon, Ethan Lewis, Sarah Reber: w13279

Published: Cascio, Elizabeth & Gordon, Nora & Lewis, Ethan & Reber, Sarah, 2008. "From Brown to busing," Journal of Urban Economics, Elsevier, vol. 64(2), pages 296-325, September. citation courtesy of

May 2006Public Preschool and Maternal Labor Supply: Evidence from the Introduction of Kindergartens into American Public Schools
w12179

Published: Cascio, Elizabeth, 2009. "Maternal Labor Supply and the Introduction of Kindergartens into American Public Schools." The Journal of Human Resources, 44(1), 140-170, Winter 2009.

February 2005Schooling and the AFQT: Evidence from School Entry Laws
with Elizabeth U. Cascio, Ethan G. Lewis: w11113

Published: Cascio, Elizabeth U. and Ethan Lewis. “Schooling and the Armed Forces Qualifying Test: Evidence from School-Entry Laws.” The Journal of Human Resources 41, 2 (Spring 2006): 294-318.

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