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Fiscal Federalism
with Roger Gordon
Conference held March 25-27, 2010
Published in December 2012 by Journal of Public Economics 96(11-12) (Elsevier)

Working Papers and Chapters

January 2011Jockeying for Position: Strategic High School Choice Under Texas' Top Ten Percent Plan
with Mark C. Long, Randall Reback: w16663

Published: Cullen, Julie Berry & Long, Mark C. & Reback, Randall, 2013. "Jockeying for position: Strategic high school choice under Texas' top ten percent plan," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 97(C), pages 32-48. citation courtesy of

September 2007Is Gaining Access to Selective Elementary Schools Gaining Ground? Evidence From Randomized Lotteries
with Brian A. Jacob: w13443

Published: Is Gaining Access to Selective Elementary Schools Gaining Ground? Evidence from Randomized Lotteries, Julie Berry Cullen, Brian A. Jacob. in The Problems of Disadvantaged Youth: An Economic Perspective, Gruber. 2009

April 2007Is Gaining Access to Selective Elementary Schools Gaining Ground? Evidence from Randomized Lotteries
with Brian A. Jacob
in The Problems of Disadvantaged Youth: An Economic Perspective, Jonathan Gruber, editor
September 2006Tax Reform and Entrepreneurial Activity
with Roger Gordon
in Tax Policy and the Economy, Volume 20, James Poterba, editor
June 2006Tinkering Toward Accolades: School Gaming Under a Performance Accountability System
with Randall Reback: w12286

Published: Gronberg. T. and D. Jansen (eds.) Improving School Accountability: Check-Ups or Choice, Advances in Applied Microeconomics 14. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, 2006.

November 2003The Effect of School Choice on Student Outcomes: Evidence from Randomized Lotteries
with Brian A. Jacob, Steven Levitt: w10113

Published: Cullen, Julie Berry, Brian A. Jacob, and Steven D. Levitt. “The effect of school choice on participants: evidence from randomized lotteries." Econometrica 74, 5 (2006): 1191-1230.

January 2003The Role of Special Education in School Choice
with Steven G. Rivkin
in The Economics of School Choice, Caroline M. Hoxby, editor
September 2002The Welfare Implications of Increasing Disability Insurance Benefit Generosity
with John Bound, Austin Nichols, Lucie Schmidt: w9155

Published: Bound, John, Julie Berry Cullen, Austin Nichols and Lucie Schmidt. "The Welfare Implications Of Increasing Disability Insurance Benefit Generosity," Journal of Public Economics, 2004, v88(12,Dec), 2487-2514. citation courtesy of

June 2002Taxes and Entrepreneurial Activity: Theory and Evidence for the U.S.
with Roger H. Gordon: w9015

Published: Cullen, Julie Berry and Roger H. Gordon. “Taxes and entrepreneurial risk-taking: theory and evidence for the U.S." Journal of Public Economics 9, 7 (2007): 1479-505.

September 2000The Impact of School Choice on Student Outcomes: An Analysis of the Chicago Public Schools
with Brian Jacob, Steven Levitt: w7888

Published: Cullen, Julie Berry & Jacob, Brian A. & Levitt, Steven D., 2005. "The impact of school choice on student outcomes: an analysis of the Chicago Public Schools," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 89(5-6), pages 729-760, June. citation courtesy of

June 1999The Impact of Fiscal Incentives on Student Disability Rates
w7173

Published: Cullen, Julie Berry. "The Impact Of Fiscal Incentives On Student Disability Rates," Journal of Public Economics, 2003, v87(7-8,Aug), 1557-1589. citation courtesy of

September 1996Crime, Urban Flight, and the Consequences for Cities
with Steven D. Levitt: w5737

Published: Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 81, no. 2 (May 1999): 159-169. citation courtesy of

June 1996Spousal Labor Supply as Insurance: Does Unemployment Insurance Crowd Outthe Added Worker Effect?
with Jonathan Gruber: w5608

JOLE (2000), forthcoming.

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