Daniel Kreisman

Working Papers
Kreisman, D. & Smith, J. "Names and Education." Revise and Resubmit, Journal of Political Economy. [Email for manuscript].
Davis, W., Kreisman, D., & Musaddiq, T. "The Effect of Free School Meals on BMI and Student Attendance." Lunches GPL working paper (free).
Kreisman, D. & Smith, J. "Tuition Prices, Graduation and Earnings: Can We Learn from Big Data and Small Changes?"
Kreisman, D., Martin, A., & Villero, J. "The Effect of Earning an Industry Recognized Credential in High School on College-Going."

Kreisman, D., Smith, J., & Arifin, B. "Labor Market Signaling and the Value of College: Evidence from Resumes and the Truth." (Accepted) , Journal of Human Resources. Resumes IZA version (free).
Jones, T., Kreisman, D., Rubenstein, R., Searcy, S., & Bhat, R. (Forthcoming). "The Effects of Financial Aid Loss on Persistence and Graduation: A Multi-Dimensional Regression Discontinuity Approach", Education Finance & Policy.
Loans Cox, J. C., Kreisman, D. & Dynarski, S. (2020). "Designed to Fail: Effects of the Default Option and Information Complexity on Student Loan Repayment." Journal of Public Economics; 192(1). Loans NBER version (free).
Kreisman, D. & Stange, K. (2020). "Vocational and Career Tech Education in American High Schools: The Value of Depth Over Breadth." Education Finance and Policy; 15(1), 11-44. Depth over Breadth NBER version (free).
Texas Kreisman, D. & Steinberg, M. P. (2019) "The Effect of Increased Funding on Budget Allocations and Student Outcomes: Evidence from Texas’s small district adjustment." Journal of Public Economics; 176, 118-141. Retrofits_AHK EdWorkingPapers (free).
Retrofits_AHK Austin, W., Heutel, G., & Kreisman, D. (2019). "School Bus Emissions, Student Health, and Academic Performance." Economics of Education Review; 70, 109--126. Retrofits_AHKNBER version (free).
Kreisman_Jacob_Dynarski_2017 Dynarski, S., Jacob, B., & Kreisman, D. (2018) "How Important Are Fixed Effects and Time Trends in Estimating Returns to Schooling? Evidence From A Replication of Jacobson, Lalonde and Sullivan, 2005" Journal of Applied Econometrics; 33: 1098–1108 (Replications). Kreisman_Jacob_Dynarski_2017 IZA working paper (free).
Kreisman, D. (2017). "The Next Needed Thing: The impact of the Jeanes Fund on Black schooling in the South, 1900–1930." Journal of Human Resources, 52(2).
Steinberg, M. P., Quinn, R., Kreisman, D., and Anglum, J. C. (2016). "Did Pennsylvania's Statewide School Finance Reform Increase Education Spending or Provide Tax Relief?" National Tax Journal, 69(3), 545-582. Web AppendixWeb Appendix.
Kreisman, D. & Rangel, M. (2015). "Blurring the color line: Wages and employment for Black males of different skin tones." The Review of Economics and Statistics, 97(1).
Kreisman, D. (2012). "The source of Black-White inequality in early language acquisition: Evidence from Early Head Start." Social Science Research, 41(6): 1429-1450.

Policy Work
Depth Kreisman, D. (2021) "Unforced Errors: How One Simple Fix Could Improve Student Loan Repayment." The Third Way.
Atlanta CTE Kreisman, D. & Villero, J. (2021) "High School CTE in the Atlanta Metro Region." CTEx Policy Brief.
Trends Carruthers, C., Dougherty, S., Kreisman, D. & Goldring, T. (2020) "Multi-State Analysis of Trends in CTE." CTEx Policy Brief.
Depth Kreisman, D. & Stange, K. (2019) "Depth Over Breadth." Education Next.
Dynarski, S. & Kreisman, D. (2013). "Loans for Educational Opportunity: Making Borrowing Work for Today's Students." The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution.

Technical Papers
Dynarski, et al. Dynarski, S., Jacob, B., & Kreisman, D. (2016) "The Fixed-Effects Model in Returns to Schooling and Its Application to Community Colleges: A Methodological Note." CAPSEE working paper.
Dynarski, et al. Bahr, P., Dynarski, S., Jacob, B., & Kreisman, D. (2015) "Labor market returns to community college credits, certificates and degrees in Michigan." CAPSEE working paper.
Dynarski, et al. Andreski, P., Kreisman, D., & Schoeni, B. (2015). "Comparing Estimates of Student Loans Measured in the PSID-TAS with the National Postsecondary Student Aid Survey." PSID Technical Series Paper #15-02.