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Featured Recent Publications by CPI Affiliates

Offers versus Wages: Gender Differences in Pay at the Point of Hire
Shiya Wang and Adina D. Sterling – Academy of Management
Where the Data Meets the Road in the Industry 4.0 Economy  
Domenico Parisi, Jonathan Barlow, Merrill Warkentin – Journal of Intellectual Capital
The Balancing Act: Corporate Norms & Practices that Affect Work-Life Balance  
Heather Haveman and Jasmine Sanders – Academy of Management

Diversifying Society’s Leaders? The Causal Effects of Admission to Highly Selective Private Colleges
Raj Chetty, David J. Deming & John N. Friedman – NBER
Child-driven Parenting: Differential Early Childhood Investment by Offspring Genotype
Asta Breinholt and Dalton Conley – Social Forces, Oxford Academic
Poverty in Early Childhood and Future Educational Achievements
Dana Shay, Yossi Shavit, and Issac Sasson – Taylor & Francis
What Did UWE Do for Economics?
Tatyana Avilova and Claudia Goldin – NBER
Certification and Recertification in Welfare Programs: What Happens When Automation Goes Wrong?
Derek Wu and Bruce D. Meyer – NBER
The Impacts of Abecedarian and Head Start on Educational Attainment: Reasoning about Unobserved Mechanisms from Temporal Patterns of Indirect Effects
Remy Pages, Drew H. Bailey and Greg J. Duncan – ScienceDirect
Are Connections the Way to Get Ahead? Social Capital, Student Achievement, Friendships, and Social Mobility. Program on Education Policy and Governance Working Papers Series
Paul E. Peterson, Angela K. Dills, Danish M. Shakeel Shakeel – Institute of Education Sciences
The US COVID-19 Baby Bust and Rebound
Melissa S. Kearney and Phillip B. Levine – Journal of Population Economics
Identification in Interaction: Racial Mirroring between Interviewers and Respondents
Robert E.M. Pickett, Aliya Saperstein, and Andrew M. Penner – Social Forces, Oxford Academic
Overcoming the Odds: The Benefits of Completing College for Unlikely Graduates
Jennie E. Brand – Russell Sage Foundation
The Evolution of Working from Home
Jose Maria Barrero, Nicholas Bloom, and Steven J. Davis – Policy Commons
Continuing Complexity: The University Careers of a Scientific Elite in Relation to their Class Origins and Schooling
Erzebet Bukodi,  John H. Goldthorpe, and Inga Steinberg – British Journal of Sociology
Differentiated legality: Understanding the Sources of Immigrants’ Deportation Fear
Roger Waldinger, Nathan I. Hoffmann, and Tianjian Lai – Ethnic and Racial Studies
Reflections on the Field of Socio-Economics  
Marion Fourcade, Jens Beckert, Neil Fligstein, and Bruce G. Carruthers – Socio-Economic Review
To What Extent are Trends in Teen Mental Health Driven by Changes in Reporting? The Example of Suicide-Related Hospital Visits
Adriana Corredor-Waldron and Janet Currie – NBER
Regulating Transformative Technologies
Daron Acemoglu & Todd Lensman – NBER
Experimenting with Experiments: a ‘Shandean’ Approach
Paul M. Sniderman – Sage Journals
An Ecological Model of Task Disruption: The Impact of Partial Automation of Jobs through AI
Matissa Hollister, Arvind Karunakaran, and Lisa Ellen Cohen – Academy of Management
Foster Care, Postsecondary Education, and Financial Aid in California: How Affordable Is Postsecondary Education for Young People with a Foster Care History in California?
Laura Packard Tucker, Devlin Hanson, Michael Pergamit, Jonah Norwitt, and Shannon Gedo – Urban Institute
The Location of Economic Development Administration Grants
Brett Theodos, Daniel Teles, Tanay Nunna, Christopher Davis, Christina Plerhoples Stacy, and Jonathan Schwabish – Policy Commons