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Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Chicago. Mi main research interests are labor economics and economics of education. My research covers topics in human capital formation and labor market outcomes, educational policies, early childhood education and early childhood development, returns to post-secondary education, effects of training programs, and workfare policies.
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Dynamic treatment effects of job trainingRodríguez, J., Saltiel, F. & Urzúa, S., 2021, In: Journal of Applied Econometrics.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review1 Scopus citations
Is Private Education Worth it? Evidence from School-to-Work TransitionsRodríguez, J., Urzúa, S. & Contreras, D., 2020, (In preparation).
Research output: Working paper
Understanding the Effects of Workfare Policies on Child Human CapitalRodríguez, J., 2020, (Submitted).
Research output: Working paperFile95 Downloads (Pure)
Dynamic Treatment Effects of Job TrainingRodríguez, J., Saltiel, F. & Urzúa, S., 2018, (NBER Working Paper Series; no. 25408).
Research output: Working paperOpen Access
Heterogeneous economic returns to post-secondary degrees: Evidence from ChileRodríguez, J., Urzúa, S. & Reyes, L., 2013, In: Journal of Human Resources. 51, 2, p. 416-460 45 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access16 Scopus citations