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Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., November, 2012
Reports & Papers
A study of the effects of Perry Preschool, a program for at risk children in Ypsilanti, Michigan, on children's cognitive and personality skills, and an examination of the relationships of these skills, and of the program's contribution to these…
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., November, 2012
Reports & Papers
A study of the effects of Perry Preschool, a program for at risk children in Ypsilanti, Michigan, on children's cognitive and personality skills, and an examination of the relationships of these skills, and of the program's contribution to these…
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Pinto Rodrigo, Shaikh Azeem M., Yavitz Adam, April 2011
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the implications of imperfectly randomized assignment on the determination of treatment effects, with an analysis of findings from the Perry Preschool Program in light of these implications
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Pinto Rodrigo, Shaikh Azeem M., Yavitz Adam, April, 2011
Reports & Papers
A discussion of the implications of imperfectly randomized assignment on the determination of treatment effects, with an analysis of findings from the Perry Preschool Program in light of these implications
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), 2011
Other
A discussion of the potential role of early education in attempts to improve the adult achievement of individuals and populations with early cognitive, socioemotional, and economic disadvantages
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Moon Seong Hyeok, Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., Yavitz Adam, July, 2010
Reports & Papers
A reconceptualized cost-benefit and return-on-investment analysis of the High/Scope Perry Preschool Program, based on data from the original program participants and matched data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (1979)
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Moon Seong Hyeok, Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., Yavitz Adam, July, 2010
Reports & Papers
A reconceptualized cost-benefit and return-on-investment analysis of the High/Scope Perry Preschool Program, based on data from the original program participants and matched data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (1979)
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Moon Seong Hyeok, Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., Yavitz Adam, July, 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A reanalysis of data from the Perry Preschool Project, a longitudinal experimental study of the impact of a preschool education and home visitation intervention on over 715 measured outcome variables of disadvantaged children in preschool, based on…
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Moon Seong Hyeok, Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., Yavitz Adam, February 2010
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An estimation of the cost-benefit ratio and rate of return for the High/Scope Perry Preschool program, with a focus on the economic benefits and impact on crime
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), Moon Seong Hyeok, Pinto Rodrigo, Savelyev Peter A., Yavitz Adam, November 2009
Reports & Papers
An estimation of the cost-benefit ratio and rate of return for the High/Scope Perry Preschool program, with a focus on the economic benefits and impact on crime
Heckman James J. (James Joseph), June 2008
Other
A discussion of the origins of abilities that predict adult success and the role that early childhood interventions can play in fostering these abilities in disadvantaged children