“Selection into Identification in Fixed Effects Models, with Application to Head Start”
Assistant Professor of Economics
Friday, October 19th, 2018
Na’ama Shenhav is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College. Her research focuses on the role of policy incentives during childhood on long-run outcomes, as well as issues related to gender and inequality. Her recent work studies the education incentives of DACA; the external validity of fixed effects methods, and implications for Head Start estimates; and the impact of women’s suffrage laws.