ELIZABETH U. CASCIO

Assistant Professor of Economics

Dartmouth College

 

Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

 

 

 

Mailing Address:

Department of Economics

Dartmouth College

6106 Rockefeller Hall

Hanover, NH 03755

Tel:  (603) 646-4096

Fax:  (603) 646-2122

 

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Curriculum Vitae (July 2008)

PUBLIshed and forthcoming papers:

Maternal Labor Supply and the Introduction of Kindergartens into American Public Schools.  The Journal of Human Resources, Forthcoming Winter 2009.

 

Pre-publication version (December 2007)

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From Brown to Busing (with Nora Gordon, Ethan Lewis and Sarah Reber).  Journal of Urban Economics, Forthcoming.

 

Pre-publication version (January 2008)

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Summary in Insights on Southern Poverty 6(1), Summer 2008:

 

 

“From Brown to Busing:  Desegregation in Southern Schools”

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Education and the Age Profile of Literacy into Adulthood (with Damon Clark and Nora Gordon).  Forthcoming, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 22(3), Summer 2008.

 

NBER Working Paper 14073 (June 2008)

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Summary in FRBSF Economic Letter 2008-22:

 

 

“Can Young Americans Compete in a Global Economy?”

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

 

Pre-publication version (October 2005)

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WORKING PAPERS:

First in the Class?  Age and the Education Production Function (with Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach)

 

NBER Working Paper 13663 (December 2007)  

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Do Large Investments in Early Education Pay Off?  Long-Term Effects of Introducing Kindergartens into Public Schools

 

Mimeo (July 2007) *

 

 

Financial Incentives and the Desegregation of Southern Public Schools (with Nora Gordon, Ethan Lewis, and Sarah Reber)

 

Mimeo (November 2005)

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School Progression and the Grade Distribution of Students:  Evidence from the Current Population Survey.  Revision requested at the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics

 

IZA Discussion Paper 1747 (September 2005)

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