NBER Working Papers and Publications
|October 2017||Labor Supply and the Value of Non-Work Time: Experimental Estimates from the Field|
with Alexandre Mas: w23906
|January 2017||'Acting Wife': Marriage Market Incentives and Labor Market Investments|
with Leonardo Bursztyn, Thomas Fujiwara: w23043
Published: Leonardo Bursztyn & Thomas Fujiwara & Amanda Pallais, 2017. "‘Acting Wife’: Marriage Market Incentives and Labor Market Investments," American Economic Review, vol 107(11), pages 3288-3319.
|December 2016||Evaluating Post-Secondary Aid: Enrollment, Persistence, and Projected Completion Effects|
with Joshua Angrist, David Autor, Sally Hudson: w23015
|October 2016||Discrimination as a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Evidence from French Grocery Stores|
with Dylan Glover, William Pariente: w22786
Published: Dylan Glover & Amanda Pallais & William Pariente, 2017. "Discrimination as a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Evidence from French Grocery Stores*," The Quarterly Journal of Economics, vol 132(3), pages 1219-1260.
|Can Online Delivery Increase Access to Education?|
with Joshua Goodman, Julia Melkers: w22754
|September 2016||Valuing Alternative Work Arrangements|
with Alexandre Mas: w22708
|July 2015||Why the Referential Treatment: Evidence from Field Experiments on Referrals|
with Emily Glassberg Sands: w21357
Published: Amanda Pallais & Emily Glassberg Sands, 2016. "Why the Referential Treatment? Evidence from Field Experiments on Referrals," Journal of Political Economy, vol 124(6), pages 1793-1828.
|December 2014||Leveling Up: Early Results from a Randomized Evaluation of Post-Secondary Aid|
with Joshua Angrist, David Autor, Sally Hudson: w20800
|September 2013||Small Differences that Matter: Mistakes in Applying to College|
Published: Small Differences That Matter: Mistakes in Applying to College Amanda Pallais Journal of Labor Economics Volume 33, Number 2 | April 2015
|March 2013||Inefficient Hiring in Entry-Level Labor Markets|
Published: Pallais, Amanda. 2014. "Inefficient Hiring in Entry-Level Labor Markets." American Economic Review, 104(11): 3565-99.