James J. Heckman

Affiliations: 
1973- University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Area:
selective samples, longitudinal data,labor market, income distribution
Website:
http://jenni.uchicago.edu/
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Shared Nobel Prize in 2000 with Daniel McFadden.

Parents

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S Black grad student Princeton
 (Three Essays on Household Labor Supply and the Demand for Market Goods)
Harry H. Kelejian grad student 1968-1971 Princeton
 (See http://phdtree.org/scholar/kelejian-harry-h-2/)
Albert E. Rees grad student 1968-1971 Princeton
 (See http://phdtree.org/scholar/rees-albert-e/ and http://www.nytimes.com/1992/09/07/us/albert-rees-71-labor-economist-and-an-adviser-to-president-ford.html)

Children

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Werner G. Krebs research assistant 1992-1996 Chicago (Computational Biology Tree)
Deborah Webb Halasz grad student (PsychTree)
Thomas E. Macurdy grad student 1978 Chicago
Christopher Flinn grad student 1985 Chicago (MathTree)
Priyanka Pandey grad student 1999 Chicago
Ricardo Daniel Cossa grad student 2000 Chicago
Edward J. Vytlacil grad student 2000 Chicago
Neil M. Hohmann grad student 2001 Chicago
Joseph P. Kaboski grad student 2001 Chicago
Grecia M. Marrufo grad student 2001 Chicago
Maurizio Mazzocco grad student 2001 Chicago
Lars P. Nesheim grad student 2001 Chicago
Pedro M. Carneiro grad student 2003 Chicago
John F. Curran grad student 2004 Chicago
Christina Gathmann grad student 2004 Chicago
Salvador Navarro grad student 2005 Chicago
Ricardo Avelino grad student 2006 Chicago
Alessandro Barbarino grad student 2006 Chicago
Herbert E. Baum grad student 2006 Chicago
Martin Ljunge grad student 2006 Chicago
Flavio A. Rezende-Cunha grad student 2007 Chicago
Sergio S. Urzua Soza grad student 2007 Chicago
Felipe R. Diniz grad student 2008 Chicago
Daniel D. dos Santos grad student 2008 Chicago
Heleno M. Pioner grad student 2008 Chicago
Jora B. Stixrud grad student 2008 Chicago
Ferdinando Monte grad student 2011 Chicago
Petr A. Savelyev grad student 2011 Chicago
Daniel A. Schmierer grad student 2011 Chicago
Suchanan Tambunlertchai grad student 2011 Chicago
Sarah J. Cattan grad student 2012 Chicago
Gabriel L. Ulyssea grad student 2012 Chicago
Benjamin D. Williams grad student 2012 Chicago
Arianna L. Zanolini grad student 2012 Chicago
Amanda Y. Agan grad student 2013 Chicago
Miriam Gensowski grad student 2013 Chicago
Chungsang Lam grad student 2013 Chicago
Seong H. Moon grad student 2014 Chicago
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Heckman JJ, Pinto R. (2018) Unordered Monotonicity. Econometrica : Journal of the Econometric Society. 86: 35
Heckman JJ, Humphries JE, Veramendi G. (2016) Dynamic Treatment Effects. Journal of Econometrics. 191: 276-292
Heckman JJ, Raut LK. (2016) Intergenerational Long-Term Effects of Preschool - Structural Estimates from a Discrete Dynamic Programming Model. Journal of Econometrics. 191: 164-175
Heckman JJ. (2015) Introduction to A Theory of the Allocation of Time by Gary Becker. Economic Journal (London, England). 125: 403-409
Heckman JJ, Sattinger M. (2015) Introduction to The Distribution of Earnings and of Individual Output, by A.D. Roy. Economic Journal (London, England). 125: 378-402
Heckman JJ. (2015) Gary becker: Model economic scientist American Economic Review. 105: 74-79
Eisenhauer P, Heckman JJ, Mosso S. (2015) Estimation of dynamic discrete choice models by maximum likelihood and the simulated method of moments International Economic Review. 56: 331-357
Yi J, Heckman JJ, Zhang J, et al. (2015) Early Health Shocks, Intra-household Resource Allocation and Child Outcomes Economic Journal. 125: F347-F371
Heckman JJ, Pinto R. (2015) Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying the Sources of Treatment Effects from Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies with Unmeasured and Mismeasured Inputs Econometric Reviews. 34: 6-31
Heckman JJ, Serletis A. (2015) Introduction to Econometrics with Theory: A Special Issue Honoring William A. Barnett Econometric Reviews. 34: 1-5
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