Nicholas J. Sanders
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Caution, drivers! Children present: Traffic, pollution, and infant health
CR Knittel, DL Miller, NJ Sanders
Review of Economics and Statistics 98 (2), 350-366, 2016
What doesn’t kill you makes you weaker prenatal pollution exposure and educational outcomes
NJ Sanders
Journal of Human Resources 47 (3), 826-850, 2012
Ability, gender, and performance standards: Evidence from academic probation
JM Lindo, NJ Sanders, P Oreopoulos
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 2 (2), 95-117, 2010
Under the cover of darkness: How ambient light influences criminal activity
JL Doleac, NJ Sanders
Review of Economics and Statistics 97 (5), 1093-1103, 2015
Where have all the young men gone? Using sex ratios to measure fetal death rates
NJ Sanders, C Stoecker
Journal of health economics 41, 30-45, 2015
Success Is Something to Sneeze At: Influenza Mortality in Cities that Participate in the Super Bowl
C Stoecker, NJ Sanders, A Barreca
American Journal of Health Economics 2 (1), 125-143, 2016
Toxic assets: How the housing market responds to environmental information shocks
NJ Sanders
Department of Economics, College of William and Mary Working Papers, 2012
Long-run pollution exposure and mortality: Evidence from the Acid Rain Program
AI Barreca, M Neidell, NJ Sanders
Journal of Public Economics 200, 104440, 2021
Technology and the Effectiveness of Regulatory Programs Over Time: Vehicle Emissions and Smog Checks with a Changing Fleet
NJ Sanders, R Sandler
Estimating causal effects of particulate matter regulation on mortality
NJ Sanders, AI Barreca, MJ Neidell
Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.) 31 (2), 160, 2020
When externalities collide: Influenza and pollution
JSG Zivin, MJ Neidell, NJ Sanders, G Singer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
The spread of COVID-19 shows the importance of policy coordination
JG Zivin, N Sanders
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (52), 32842-32844, 2020
The causal effect of heat on violence: Social implications of unmitigated heat among the incarcerated
A Mukherjee, NJ Sanders
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
Lead exposure reduces academic performance: Intensity, duration, and nutrition matter
A Hollingsworth, M Huang, IJ Rudik, NJ Sanders
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
Adaptation to Environmental Change: Agriculture and the Unexpected Incidence of the Acid Rain Program
NJ Sanders, AI Barreca
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 14 (1), 373-401, 2022
The mortality impact of fine particulate matter in China
Y Gong, S Li, N Sanders, G Shi
Available at SSRN 3672847, 2020
Verifiable and non-verifiable anonymous mechanisms for regulating a polluting monopolist
JE Prieger, NJ Sanders
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 64 (3), 410-426, 2012
A Thousand Cuts: Cumulative Lead Exposure Reduces Academic Achievement
A Hollingsworth, M Huang, I Rudik, NJ Sanders
CESifo Working Paper, 2022
Environmental externalities, health, and policy
NJ Sanders
University of California, Davis, 2010
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