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Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals

Peter Arcidiacono

Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals

by Peter Arcidiacono

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPeter Arcidiacono, V. Joseph Hotz, Songman Kang.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 15729, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 15729.
ContributionsHotz, V. Joseph., Kang, Songwan., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL24127330M
LC Control Number2010655744

  In modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals (NBER Working Paper No. ), co-authors Peter Arcidiacono, V. Joseph Hotz, and songman Kang find that both expected future earnings and students' assessments of their own abilities affect their choice of a college major. "Modeling College Major Choices Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals." Journal of Econometrics (): Philip J. Cook, Songman Kang, Anthony A. Braga, Jens Ludwig, and Mallory O'Brien. "An Experimental Evaluation of a Comprehensive Employment-oriented Prisoner Re-entry Program.".

Modeling College Major Choices Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals Peter Arcidiacono, V. Joseph Hotz, Songman Kang published in: Journal of . Women are underrepresented in both STEM college majors and STEM jobs. Even with a STEM college degree, women are significantly less likely to work in a STEM occupation than their male counterparts. This paper investigates whether men and women possess different ability distributions and examines how much the gender gap in major choice and job choice can be explained by gender differences in.

Modeling College Major Choices Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals. Peter Arcidiacono, V. Joseph Hotz, Songman Kang. published in: Journal of Econometrics, , (1), Type. Display. 20 50 Type. IZA Discussion Papers. “ Modeling College Major Choices Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals ”. Journal of Econometrics (1): 3 – CrossRef Google Scholar.


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Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals We estimate a model of college major choice that incorporates these subjective expectations and assessments.

We show that both expected earnings and students’ abilities in the different majors are important determinants of a student’s choice of a Cited by: Published: Arcidiacono, Peter & Hotz, V. Joseph & Kang, Songman, "Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals," Journal of Econometrics, Elsevier, vol.

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Joseph Hotz, and Songman Kang NBER Working Paper No. FebruaryRevised February JEL No. I2 ABSTRACT The choice of a college major plays a critical role in determining the future earnings of college graduates.

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Modeling College Major Choices Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals. Peter Arcidiacono (), V. Joseph Hotz and Songman Kang () Additional contact information Peter Arcidiacono: Duke University Songman Kang: Duke University NoIZA Discussion Papers from Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).

Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals. Peter Arcidiacono, V. Joseph Hotz and Songman Kang ().

Journal of Econometrics,vol.issue 1, Abstract: The choice of a college major plays a critical role in determining the future earnings of college graduates. Students make their college major decisions in part due to the future. Modeling College Major Choice Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals Article in Journal of Econometrics () January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals Published. Journal Article. Joseph Hotz, Peter Arcidiacono, Songman Kang, Modeling College Major Choices Using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals, SSRN.

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Modeling college major choices using elicited measures of expectations and counterfactuals. [Peter Arcidiacono; V Joseph Hotz; Songman Kang; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- The choice of a college major plays a critical role in determining the future earnings of college graduates.

Students make their college major decisions in part due to the future earnings. Modeling College Major Choices using Elicited Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals∗ Peter Arcidiacono V. Joseph Hotz Songman Kang Duke University and NBER Duke University, NBER and IZA Duke University Revised: Novem Abstract Thechoice ofacollegemajorplays a criticalrole indetermining the future earnings of college graduates.

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