Bergman, P., Chan, E., and Kapor, A. “Housing Search Frictions: Evidence from Detailed Search Data and a Field Experiment.”  [submitted; NBER WP]

Bergman, Peter and Chan, Eric “Leveraging Parents through Low-Cost Technology: The Impact of High-Frequency Information on Student Achievement” [Forthcoming, Journal of Human Resources]. [Pre-Publication Version] [Published Online Version]

Chan, Eric. “Preschool for All?: Enrollment and Maternal Labor Supply Implications of a Bilingual Preschool Mandate.” (2020) Applied Economics, 52(9): 970-986. [Pre-Published Version] [Published Online Version]

Chan, Eric. “Heterogeneous Parental Responses to Education Quality ” [submitted; Working Paper]

Lundy-Wagner, Valerie and Chan, Eric.Classifying STEM Programs in Community Colleges to Develop a State-Level Middle-Skill STEM Workforce Strategy” (Working Paper). New York City, NY: Center for Analysis of Postsecondary Education and Employment. [working paper]

“Assessing the Effects of Gifted and Talented Programs: Evolution and Complexities.” [submitted]

Wohlstetter, Priscilla and Chan, Eric (2014). “School-based Management.” In D. Brewer, & L. Picus (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Education Economics & Finance. (pp. 668-672). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.


“Instructor Evaluation and Classroom Behavior in Higher Education: Evidence from Detailed Instructor Data and Experiments” (with Anjali Bal, Krista Hill, and Joshua Stillwagon).

“Altruistic Donations and Public Sentiment for Education Financing during Teacher Strikes” (with Zhi Li).

“Human Capital Accumulation or Signaling? The Case of Gifted and Talented Programs.”

“The Effects of State-Funded Capital Investments in Public Schools on Housing Prices, Neighborhood Demographics, and Inequality.” (with George Recck).

“Determinants of Housing Discrimination” (with Yulian Fan)

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