Andrew Dustan

Assistant Professor
Department of Economics
Vanderbilt University



"Family Networks and School Choice." Journal of Development Economics 134: 372-391, 2018. [Working paper, Online appendix]

"Commuting to Educational Opportunity? School Choice Effects of Mass Transit Expansion in Mexico City" with Diana K. L. Ngo. Economics of Education Review 63: 116-133, 2018.

"Flourish or Fail? The Risky Reward of Elite High School Admission in Mexico City" with Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet. Journal of Human Resources 52(3): 756-799, 2017.

Working Papers

"Can large, untargeted scholarships increase urban high school graduation rates? Evidence from Mexico City's Prepa Sí" [Submitted] [Cobertura en español: Arena Pública]

"High School Value-Added and its Spillovers in Mexico City" [Draft available upon request]

"Motivating Bureaucrats with Non-monetary Incentives when State Capacity is Weak: Evidence from a Large Field Experiment in Peru" with Stanislao Maldonado and Juan Manuel Hernández-Agramonte [Draft available upon request]

"Mechanism Performance in the Lab under Sub-Optimal Play: A Lab Experiment in Strategy Advice" with Kristine Koutout, Martin Van der Linden, and Myrna Wooders [Updated draft soon]

Other work

"Recent Advances in Impact Analysis Methods for Ex-post Impact Assessments of Agricultural Technology: Options for the CGIAR" with Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet. 2011.



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