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Correcting for Selective Compliance in a Re-Employment Bonus Experiment

Govert Bijwaard () and Geert Ridder ()

Economics Working Paper Archive from The Johns Hopkins University,Department of Economics

Abstract: We propose a two-stage instrumental variable estimator that is consistent if there is a selective compliance in the treatment group of a randomized experiment and the outcome variable is a censored duration The estimator assumes full compliance in the control group We use the estimator to reanalyze data from the Illinois re-employment bonus experiment

Date: 1998-11-18
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