This index lists studies contributing to tables and figures in the book.
Abadie, Angrist, and Imbens (2002) Constructs QTE (IV) estimates of the effect of subsidized JTPA training on the distribution of trainee earnings. Discussed in section 7.2.1. Results appear in table 7.2.1.
Acemoglu and Angrist (2000) Uses compulsory schooling laws and quarter of birth to construct IV estimates of the economic returns to schooling. Discussed in section 4.5.3. Results appear in table 4.4.2 and figure 4.5.1.
Angrist (1990) Uses the draft lottery to construct IV estimates of the effect of military service on earnings. Discussed in sections 4.1.2 and 4.1.3. Results appear in tables 4.1.3 and 4.4.2.
Angrist (1998) Estimates the effect of voluntary military service on civilian earnings using matching, regression, and IV. Discussed in section 3.3.1. Results appear in table 3.3.1.
Angrist (2001) Compares OLS and IV with marginal effects estimates using nonlinear models. Discussed in section 4.6.3. Results appear in table 4.6.1.
Angrist and Evans (1998) Uses sibling sex composition and twin births to construct IV estimates of the effects of family size on mothers' and fathers' labor supply. Discussed in sections 3.4.2 and 4.6.3. Results appear in tables 3.4.2, 4.4.2, and 4.6.1.
Angrist and Imbens (1995) Shows that 2SLS estimates can be interpreted as the weighted average causal response to