Contributions published at Managerial Economics (Carmit Segal)

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Show abstractAmalia R Miller, Carmit Segal, Do female officers improve law enforcement quality? effects on crime reporting and domestic violence, Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 86 (5), 2019. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractCarmit Segal, Muriel Niederle, Lise Vesterlund, How costly is diversity? Affirmative action in light of gender differences in competitiveness, Management Science, Vol. 59 (1), 2013. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractCarmit Segal, Misbehavior, education, and labor market outcomes, Journal of the European Economic Association, Vol. 11 (4), 2013. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractAmalia R Miller, Carmit Segal, Does temporary affirmative action produce persistent effects? A study of black and female employment in law enforcement, The Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 94 (4), 2012. (Journal Article)
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Show abstractCarmit Segal, Working when no one is watching: Motivation, test scores, and economic success, Management Science, Vol. 58 (8), 2012. (Journal Article)
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Carmit Segal, Classroom Behavior, Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 43 (4), 2008. (Journal Article)
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Amalia R Miller, Does Workplace Competition Increase Labor Supply? Evidence from a Field Experiment, In: NBER Working Paper, No. 25948, . (Working Paper)
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