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Surprising findings on what influences unintended pregnancy from Wise, Geronimus and Smock

Recommendations on how to reduce discrimination resulting from ban-the-box policies cite Starr's work

Brian Jacob on NAEP scores: "Michigan is the only state in the country where proficiency rates have actually declined over time."

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Call for papers: Conference on computational social science, April 2017, U-M

Sioban Harlow honored with 2017 Sarah Goddard Power Award for commitment to women's health

Post-doc fellowship in computational social science for summer or fall 2017, U-Penn

ICPSR Summer Program scholarships to support training in statistics, quantitative methods, research design, and data analysis

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Jeffrey A. Smith's Select Publications


Millimet, D., Jeffrey A. Smith, and E. Vytlacil. 2008. Modelling and evaluating treatment effects in econometrics. Amsterdam: JAI.

Journal Articles

Wiske Dillon, E., and Jeffrey A. Smith. Forthcoming. "Determinants of the Match Between Student Ability and College Quality." Journal of Labor Economics.

Lise, Jeremy, Shannon Seitz, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2015. "Evaluating search and matching models using experimental data." IZA Journal of Labor Economics, 4: 16. DOI. Abstract.

Hirth, R., T. Gibson, Helen Levy, Jeffrey A. Smith, S. Calónico, and A. Das. 2015. "New Evidence on the Persistence of Health Spending." Medical Care Research and Review, 72(3): 277-297. PMCID: PMC4451953. DOI. Abstract.

Campolieti, Michele, Morley KL Gunderson, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2014. "The effect of vocational rehabilitation on the employment outcomes of disability insurance beneficiaries: new evidence from Canada." IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 3: 10. DOI. Abstract.

Fitzenberger, B., M. Lechner, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2013. "Estimation of treatment effects: recent developments and applications." Empirical Economics, 44(1): 1-11. DOI. Abstract.

Muriel, Alastair, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2011. "On Educational Performance Measures." Fiscal Studies, 32(2 SI): 187-206. Abstract.

Djebbari, H., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2008. "Heterogeneous impacts in PROGRESA." Journal of Econometrics, 145(1-2): 64-80. DOI. Abstract.

Lechner, M., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2007. "What is the value added by caseworkers?" Labour Economics, 14(2): 135-151. DOI. Abstract.

Plesca, M., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2007. "Evaluating multi-treatment programs: theory and evidence from the US Job Training Partnership Act experiment." Empirical Economics, 32(2-3): 491-528. DOI. Abstract.

Black, Dan, Jose Galdo, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2007. "Evaluating the Worker Profiling and Reemployment Services System Using a Regression Discontinuity Design." American Economic Review, 97(2): 104-107. DOI.

Steffick, Diane, J.C. Fortney, Jeffrey A. Smith, and J.M. Pyne. 2006. "Worksite disease management programs for depression - Potential employer benefits." Disease Management and Health Outcomes, 14(1): 13-26. Abstract.

Black, D.A., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2006. "Estimating the returns to college quality with multiple proxies for quality." Journal of Labor Economics, 24(3): 701-728. DOI. Abstract.

Smith, Jeffrey A., and P.E. Todd. 2005. "Does Matching Overcome Lalonde's Critique of Nonexperimental Estimators?" Journal of Econometrics, 125:305-353. DOI. Abstract.

Smith, Jeffrey A., and P. Todd. 2005. "Rejoinder." Journal of Econometrics, 125:365-375. DOI.

Black, Dan, Daniel Kermit, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2005. "College Quality and Wages in the United States." German Economic Review, 6(3): 415-443. DOI. Abstract.

Black, D.A., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2004. "How Robust Is the Evidence on the Effects of College Quality? Evidence From Matching." Journal of Econometrics, 121:99-124. Abstract.

Heckman, J.J., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2004. "The Determinants of Participation in a Social Program: Evidence From a Prototypical Job Training Program." Journal of Labor Economics, 22:243-298. Abstract.

Barnow, Burt, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2004. "Performance Management of U.S. Job Training Programs: Lessons from the Job Training Partnership Act." Public Finance and Management, 4(3): 247-287.

Black, D.A., Jeffrey A. Smith, M.C. Berger, and B.J. Noel. 2003. "Is the Threat of Reemployment Services More Effective Than the Services Themselves? Evidence From Random Assignment in the UI System." American Economic Review, 93:1313-1327. Abstract.

Heckman, J.J., C. Heinrich, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2002. "The Performance of Performance Standards." Journal of Human Resources, 37:778-811. Abstract.


Goldberg, J., and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2008. "The Effects of Education on Labor Market Outcomes." In Handbook of Education Finance and Policy edited by Fiske, Edward, Ladd, Helen. New York: Routledge.

Smith, Jeffrey A. 2008. "Heterogeneity and Higher Education." In College success: what it means and how to make it happen edited by McPherson, Michael S., Schapiro, Morton Owen. :131-144. New York: College Board.

Barnow, Burt, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2004. "Performance Management of U.S. Job Training Programs." In Job Training Policy in the United States edited by Christopher O'Leary, Robert Straits, and Stephen Wandner. Pp. 21-56. Kalamazoo: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research.

Smith, Jeffrey A. 2004. "Evaluating Local Economic Development Policies: Theory and Practice." In Evaluating Local Economic and Employment Development: How to Assess What Works Among Programmes and Policies edited by Alistair Nolan and Ging Wong. Pp. 287-332. Paris: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Barnow, Burt, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2003. "What does the Evidence from Employment and Training Programs Reveal about the Likely Effects of Ticket to Work on Service Provider Behavior?" In Paying for Results in Vocational Rehabilitation edited by Kalman Rupp and Stephen Bell. Pp. 177-208. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press.

Berger, Mark C., Dan Black, and Jeffrey A. Smith. 2001. "Evaluating profiling as a means of allocating government services." In Econometric Evaluation of Labour Market Policies. New York: Physica.