Katja M. Kaufmann
Katja M. Kaufmann
Assistant Professor, Mannheim University
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TitleCited byYear
Education choices and returns to schooling: Mothers' and youths' subjective expectations and their role by gender
OP Attanasio, KM Kaufmann
Journal of Development Economics 109, 203-216, 2014
274*2014
Understanding the income gradient in college attendance in Mexico: The role of heterogeneity in expected returns
KM Kaufmann
Quantitative Economics 5 (3), 583-630, 2014
93*2014
Elite Higher Education, the Marriage Market and the Intergenerational Transmission of Human Capital
KM Kaufmann, M Messner, A Solis
56*
Education Choices and Returns on the Labor and Marriage Markets: Evidence from Data on Subjective Expectations
OP Attanasio, KM Kaufmann
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 140, 35-55, 2017
55*2017
Disentangling insurance and information in intertemporal consumption choices
K Kaufmann, L Pistaferri
The American Economic Review, 387-392, 2009
482009
The Political Economy of Program Enforcement: Evidence from Brazil
F Brollo, K Kaufmann, E La Ferrara
forthcoming at the Journal of the European Economic Association, 2018
19*2018
Subjective Returns to Schooling and Risk Perceptions of Future Earnings-Elicitation and Validation of Subjective Distributions of Future Earnings
OP Attanasio, KM Kaufmann
Mimeo, 2008
122008
Learning Spillovers in Conditional Welfare Programs: Evidence from Brazil
F Brollo, KM Kaufmann, E La Ferrara
CRC TR 224 Discussion Paper Series, 2018
10*2018
Essays on the use of subjective expectations in the analysis of educational choices
KM Kaufmann
Stanford University, 2008
12008
Gender Peer Effects, Non-Cognitive Skills and Marriage Market Outcomes: Evidence from Single-Sex Schools in the UK
L Cardona, KM Kaufmann
2017
Marginal Returns to Schooling, Credit Constraints, and Subjective Expectations of Earnings.”
KM Kaufmann
Preliminary and Incomplete. Department of Economics. Stanford University, 2007
2007
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