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1691 | Instrumental Variables Regression with Weak Instruments," - Staiger, Stock - 1997 |

1087 |
Identification and Estimation of Local Average Treatment Effects.
- Imbens, JD
- 1994
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Citation Context ... have constructed such bounds to address a very different problem – that of imperfect compliance of the treatment, even when “intention” to treat is effectively randomized (Bloom, 1984; Robins, 1989; =-=Imbens and Angrist, 1994-=-; Angrist et al., 1996). 9 it calculates the upper bound of the treatment effect as Pr [Z∗ ≥ 0|D = 1]E [Y |D = 1]+ Pr [Z∗ < 0|D = 1]YUB − (Pr [Z∗ ≥ 0|D = 0]E [Y |D = 0]+ Pr [Z∗ < 0|D = 0]Y LB) where a... |

1023 | Identification of Causal Effects Using Instrumental Variables. - Angrist, Imbens, et al. - 1996 |

986 | The causal effect of education on earnings. In - Card - 1998 |

684 | Large sample estimation and hypothesis testing,” - Newey, McFadden - 1994 |

671 | Inference and missing data”. - Rubin - 1976 |

192 | Semiparametric estimation of censored selection models,” - Ahn, Powell - 1993 |

171 | What works among active labour market policies: Evidence from OECD countries’ experiences - Martin - 2000 |

157 | Accounting for no-shows in experimental evaluation designs.
- Bloom
- 1984
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Citation Context ...nd Vytlacil, 1999, 2000b,a) have constructed such bounds to address a very different problem – that of imperfect compliance of the treatment, even when “intention” to treat is effectively randomized (=-=Bloom, 1984-=-; Robins, 1989; Imbens and Angrist, 1994; Angrist et al., 1996). 9 it calculates the upper bound of the treatment effect as Pr [Z∗ ≥ 0|D = 1]E [Y |D = 1]+ Pr [Z∗ < 0|D = 1]YUB − (Pr [Z∗ ≥ 0|D = 0]E [Y... |

155 | The effect of attending a small class in the early grades on collegetest taking and middle school test results: evidence from project Star, - Krueger, Whitmore - 2001 |

153 | Quantile Regression, Censoring, and the Structure of Wages, - Chamberlain - 1994 |

120 |
The analysis of randomized and nonrandomized AIDS treatment trials using a new approach to causal inference in longitudinal studies.
- Robins
- 1989
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Citation Context ...1999, 2000b,a) have constructed such bounds to address a very different problem – that of imperfect compliance of the treatment, even when “intention” to treat is effectively randomized (Bloom, 1984; =-=Robins, 1989-=-; Imbens and Angrist, 1994; Angrist et al., 1996). 9 it calculates the upper bound of the treatment effect as Pr [Z∗ ≥ 0|D = 1]E [Y |D = 1]+ Pr [Z∗ < 0|D = 1]YUB − (Pr [Z∗ ≥ 0|D = 0]E [Y |D = 0]+ Pr [... |

117 | Alternative methods for solving the problem of selection bias in evaluating the impact of treatments on outcomes, - Heckman, Robb - 1986 |

109 | The Economics and Econometrics of Active Labor - Heckman, LaLonde, et al. - 1999 |

108 | Bounds on Treatment Effects From Studies With Imperfect
- Balke, Pearl
- 1997
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Citation Context ... effect of the Job Corps program on log-wages in week 208. Specifically, 12An early example of sensitivity analysis that imputed missing values is found in the work of Smith and Welch (1986). Others (=-=Balke and Pearl, 1997-=-; Heckman and Vytlacil, 1999, 2000b,a) have constructed such bounds to address a very different problem – that of imperfect compliance of the treatment, even when “intention” to treat is effectively r... |

105 | Nonparametric estimation of sample selection models. - Das, Newey, et al. - 2003 |

93 | Confidence Intervals for Partially Identified Parameters,” - Imbens, Manski - 2004 |

83 | Independence, Monotonicity, and Latent Index Models: An Equivalence Result,” - Vytlacil - 2002 |

79 | Empirical process methods in econometrics. - Andrews - 1994 |

67 | Semiparametric Estimation of the Intercept of a Sample Selection Model,” Review of Economic Studies, - Andrews, Schafgans - 1998 |

53 | Sample Selection: Estimating Sharp Bounds on Treatment Effects.” NBER Working paper 11721 - “Training |

41 | Trimming for Bounds on Treatment Effects with Missing Outcomes”. - Lee - 2002 |

38 | Closing the gap: Forty years of economic progress for blacks. - Smith, Welch - 1986 |

27 | The asymptotic distribution of the trimmed mean. - Stigler - 1973 |

24 | Performance of conditional Wald tests in IV regression with weak instruments,” - Andrews, Moreira, et al. - 2007 |

23 | The National Supported Work Demonstration. - Hollister, Kemper, et al. - 1984 |

17 | Selection Bias as a Specification Error,” - “Sample - 1979 |

6 | Hidehiko Ichimura, and Costas Meghir. Changes in the distribution of male and female wages accounting for employment composition using bounds - Blundell, Gosling |

6 | The Economic Benefits of Four Employment and Training Programs, - Kiefer - 1979 |

6 | Glazerman “National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job - Schochet, Burghardt, et al. - 2001 |

4 | of Selection Bias - “Varieties - 1990 |

3 | The impact of CETA on the post-program earnings of participants - Barnow |

3 |
Local Instrumental Variables and Semiparametric Estimation and Latent Variable Models for Identifying and Bounding Treatment Effects
- Vytlacil
- 1999
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Citation Context ... log-wages in week 208. Specifically, 12An early example of sensitivity analysis that imputed missing values is found in the work of Smith and Welch (1986). Others (Balke and Pearl, 1997; Heckman and =-=Vytlacil, 1999-=-, 2000b,a) have constructed such bounds to address a very different problem – that of imperfect compliance of the treatment, even when “intention” to treat is effectively randomized (Bloom, 1984; Robi... |

3 | of Labor, “Summary of Budget Authority: Fiscal Years 2004-2005,” Table, Employment and Training Administration 2 - Department - 2005 |

3 | is Job Corps?,” Web Page, Employment and Training Administration 2005. doleta.gov/about.cfm - “What |