Dayanand Manoli
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Are Micro and Macro Labor Supply Elasticities Consistent? A Review of Evidence on the Intensive and Extensive Margins
R Chetty, A Guren, D Manoli, A Weber
American Economic Review 101, 471-75, 2011
6572011
Psychological Frictions and the Incomplete Take-Up of Social Benefits: Evidence from an IRS Field Experiment
S Bhargava, D Manoli
American Economic Review, 2015
3722015
Does indivisible labor explain the difference between micro and macro elasticities? A meta-analysis of extensive margin elasticities
R Chetty, A Guren, D Manoli, A Weber
NBER macroeconomics Annual 27 (1), 1-56, 2013
3502013
Does indivisible labor explain the difference between micro and macro elasticities? A meta-analysis of extensive margin elasticities
R Chetty, A Guren, D Manoli, A Weber
NBER macroeconomics Annual 27 (1), 1-56, 2013
3502013
Nonparametric evidence on the effects of financial incentives on retirement decisions
D Manoli, A Weber
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 8 (4), 160-82, 2016
1582016
Why are benefits left on the table? Assessing the role of information, complexity, and stigma on take-up with an IRS field experiment
S Bhargava, D Manoli
ACR North American Advances, 2012
802012
The Effects of the Early Retirement Age on Retirement Decisions
DS Manoli, A Weber
NBER Working Paper, 2016
672016
Cash-on-hand & college enrollment: Evidence from population tax data and policy nonlinearities
DS Manoli, N Turner
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2014
602014
Nudges and learning: evidence from informational interventions for low-income taxpayers
DS Manoli, N Turner
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2014
482014
Reminders & recidivism: evidence from tax filing & eitc participation among low-income nonfilers
J Guyton, DS Manoli, B Schafer, M Sebastiani
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2016
332016
Is information enough? The effect of information about education tax benefits on student outcomes
P Bergman, JT Denning, D Manoli
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 38 (3), 706-731, 2019
232019
Long-term effects of job-search assistance: Experimental evidence using administrative tax data
DS Manoli, M Michaelides, A Patel
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2018
122018
Is information enough? evidence from a tax credit information experiment with 1,000,000 students
P Bergman, JT Denning, D Manoli
New York: Columbia University, 2016
122016
Broken tax breaks? Evidence from a tax credit information experiment with 1,000,000 students
P Bergman, JT Denning, D Manoli
IZA Discussion Paper, 2017
112017
Intertemporal substitution in labor force participation: Evidence from policy discontinuities
D Manoli, A Weber
IZA Discussion Paper, 2010
112010
Competitive contracting and employment dynamics
D Manoli, Y Sannikov
University of California at Berkeley, mimeo, 2005
102005
Tax enforcement and tax policy: evidence on taxpayer responses to EITC correspondence audits
J Guyton, K Leibel, DS Manoli, A Patel, M Payne, B Schafer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
72018
Is information enough
P Bergman, JT Denning, D Manoli
Evidence from a tax credit information experiment with 1, 2016
52016
Why are benefits left on the table
S Bhargava, D Manoli
Assessing the role of information, complexity, and stigma on take-up with an…, 2011
52011
Nonparametric evidence on the effects of retirement benefits on labor force participation decisions
D Manoli, A Weber
Available at SSRN 2316888, 2011
42011
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