Stephanie Riegg Cellini
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The value of school facility investments: Evidence from a dynamic regression discontinuity design
SR Cellini, F Ferreira, J Rothstein
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 125 (1), 215-261, 2010
4732010
School quality, neighborhoods, and housing prices
TJ Kane, SK Riegg, DO Staiger
American law and economics review 8 (2), 183-212, 2006
3482006
Cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis
KE Newcomer, HP Hatry, JS Wholey
Handbook of practical program evaluation, 636, 2015
2562015
Does federal student aid raise tuition? New evidence on for-profit colleges
SR Cellini, C Goldin
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 6 (4), 174-206, 2014
2002014
The labor market returns to a for-profit college education
SR Cellini, L Chaudhary
Economics of Education Review 43, 125-140, 2014
177*2014
The dynamics of poverty in the United States: A review of data, methods, and findings
SR Cellini, SM McKernan, C Ratcliffe
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Associationá…, 2008
1762008
Causal inference and omitted variable bias in financial aid research: Assessing solutions
SK Riegg
The Review of Higher Education 31 (3), 329-354, 2008
1352008
Crowded colleges and college crowd-out: The impact of public subsidies on the two-year college market
SR Cellini
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 1 (2), 1-30, 2009
1212009
Financial aid and for‐profit colleges: Does aid encourage entry?
SR Cellini
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 29 (3), 526-552, 2010
1182010
Gainfully employed? Assessing the employment and earnings of for-profit college students using administrative data
SR Cellini, N Turner
Journal of Human Resources 54 (2), 342-370, 2019
1132019
For-profit higher education: An assessment of costs and benefits
SR Cellini
National Tax Journal 65 (1), 153, 2012
1062012
Smoothing the transition to college? The effect of Tech-Prep programs on educational attainment
SR Cellini
Economics of Education Review 25 (4), 394-411, 2006
912006
The scope of employer-provided training in the United States: Who, what, where, and how much?
RI Lerman, SM McKernan, S Riegg
WE Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 2004
562004
Where Do Students Go When For-Profit Colleges Lose Federal Aid?
SR Cellini, R Darolia, LJ Turner
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 12 (2), 46-83, 2020
402020
The value of school facilities: Evidence from a dynamic regression discontinuity design
SR Cellini, F Ferreira, J Rothstein
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series, 2008
312008
Employer-Provided Training and Public Policy.
RI Lerman, SM McKernan, S Riegg
For full text: http://ows. doleta. gov/nrc/pdf/mckernan1. pdf., 1999
201999
School Quality, Neighbourhoods and Housing Prices: The Impacts of Desegregation
T Kane, D Staiger, S Riegg
NBER Working Paper 11347, 2005
182005
College costs and financial constraints
SR Cellini, R Darolia
Student loans and the dynamics of debt 137, 2015
172015
The Case For Limiting Federal Student Aid To For‐Profit Colleges
SR Cellini, C Koedel
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 36 (4), 934-942, 2017
162017
The role of community colleges in expanding the supply of information technology workers
RI Lerman, SK Riegg, H Salzman
162000
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