References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 49 references in this bibliography folder.

Doan, T and Gibson, J (2010).
Return to schooling in Vietnam during economic transition: Does the return reach its peak?
MPRA, Working Paper(24984).

GSO (2010).
Population and housing census 2009, 1 April 2009
Hanoi, Vietnam.

Hogan, V and Rigobon, R (2010).
Using unobserved supply shocks to estimate the returns to education
European Association of Labour Economists Conference at University College London, Paper.

Hoogerheide, L, Block, J, and Thurik, R (2010).
Family background variables as instruments for education in income regressions: A Bayesian analysis
Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Papers(10-075/3).

Keane, M (2010).
Structural vs. atheoretic approaches to econometrics
Journal of Econometrics, 156(1):3-20.

Yakusheva, O (2010).
Return to college education revisited: Is relevance relevant?
Economics of Education Review, 29:1125-1142.

Doan, T and Gibson, J (2009).
Do returns to schooling go up during transition? The not so contrary case of Vietnam
University of Waikato, Department of Economics, Working Papers in Economics(09/08).

Nichols, A (2009).
Causal inference with observational data: Regression discontinuity and related methods in stata
No source specified

VHLSS (2008).
Vietnam Household Living Standards Survey 2008
Hanoi, Vietnam.

Belzil, C (2007).
The return to schooling in structural dynamic models: A survey
European Economic Review, 51(5):1059-1105.

Murray, M (2006).
Avoiding invalid instruments and coping with weak instruments
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 20(4):111-132.

Arcand, J, d'Hombres, B, and Gyselinck, P (2004).
Instrument choice and the returns to education: New evidence from Vietnam
No source specified

Glewwe, P and Jacoby, H (2004).
Economic growth and the demand for education: Is there a wealth effect?
Journal of Development Economics, 74(1):33-51.

Heckman, J and Li, X (2004).
Selection bias, comparative advantage and heterogeneous returns to education: Evidence from China in 2000
Pacific Economic Review, 9(3):155-171.

Psacharopoulos, G and Patrinos, H (2004).
Returns to investment in education: A further update
Education Economics, 12(2):111-134.

Baum, C, Schaffer, M, and Stillman, S (2003).
Instrumental variables and GMM: Estimation and testing
Stata Journal, 3(1):1-31.

Stock, J and Yogo, M (2002).
Testing for weak instruments in linear IV regression
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Technical Working Papers(0284).

Wooldridge, J (2002).
Econometric analysis of cross-section and panel data
MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.

Card, D and Lemieux, T (2001).
Can falling supply explain the rising return to college for younger men? A cohort-based analysis
The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 116(2):705-746.

Donald, SG and Newey, W (2001).
Choosing the number of instruments
Econometrica, 69(5):1161-91.

Ashenfelter, O, Harmon, C, and Oosterbeek, H (1999).
A review of estimates of the schooling/earnings relationship, with tests for publication bias
Labour Economics, 6(4):453-470.

Card, D (1999).
The causal effect of education on earnings
In: Handbook of Labor Economics, ed. by O. Ashenfelter and D. Card, vol. 3, chap. 30, pp. 1801-1863, Elsevier. Handbook of Labor Economics.

Glewwe, P and Patrinos, H (1999).
The role of the private sector in education in Vietnam: Evidence from the Vietnam Living Standards Survey
World Development, 27(5):887-902.

Ashenfelter, O and Zimmerman, D (1997).
Estimates of the returns to schooling from sibling data: Fathers, sons, and brothers
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 79(1):1-9.

Staiger, D and Stock, J (1997).
Instrumental variables regression with weak instruments
Econometrica, 65(3):557-586.