Follow
Joseph J. Doyle, Jr.
Joseph J. Doyle, Jr.
Professor of Applied Economics
Verified email at mit.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Juvenile incarceration, human capital, and future crime: Evidence from randomly assigned judges
A Aizer, JJ Doyle Jr
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 130 (2), 759-803, 2015
8462015
Child protection and child outcomes: Measuring the effects of foster care
JJ Doyle Jr
American Economic Review 97 (5), 1583-1610, 2007
7632007
Child protection and adult crime: Using investigator assignment to estimate causal effects of foster care
JJ Doyle Jr
Journal of political Economy 116 (4), 746-770, 2008
4262008
Estimating marginal returns to medical care: Evidence from at-risk newborns
D Almond, JJ Doyle Jr, AE Kowalski, H Williams
The quarterly journal of economics 125 (2), 591-634, 2010
3292010
Health care hotspotting—a randomized, controlled trial
A Finkelstein, A Zhou, S Taubman, J Doyle
New England Journal of Medicine 382 (2), 152-162, 2020
2352020
Health insurance, treatment and outcomes: using auto accidents as health shocks
JJ Doyle Jr
Review of Economics and Statistics 87 (2), 256-270, 2005
2112005
Measuring returns to hospital care: Evidence from ambulance referral patterns
JJ Doyle Jr, JA Graves, J Gruber, SA Kleiner
Journal of Political Economy 123 (1), 170-214, 2015
205*2015
$2.00 Gas! Studying the effects of a gas tax moratorium
JJ Doyle Jr, K Samphantharak
Journal of public economics 92 (3-4), 869-884, 2008
2012008
After midnight: A regression discontinuity design in length of postpartum hospital stays
D Almond, JJ Doyle Jr
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 3 (3), 1-34, 2011
1992011
Returns to local-area health care spending: evidence from health shocks to patients far from home
JJ Doyle Jr
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 3 (3), 221-243, 2011
1772011
Returns to physician human capital: Evidence from patients randomized to physician teams
JJ Doyle Jr, SM Ewer, TH Wagner
Journal of health economics 29 (6), 866-882, 2010
1142010
Causal effects of foster care: An instrumental-variables approach
JJ Doyle Jr
Children and Youth Services Review 35 (7), 1143-1151, 2013
1082013
Edgeworth cycles revisited
J Doyle, E Muehlegger, K Samphantharak
Energy Economics 32 (3), 651-660, 2010
982010
Economics of child protection: Maltreatment, foster care, and intimate partner violence
JJ Doyle Jr, A Aizer
Annual review of economics 10, 87-108, 2018
782018
Birth order and delinquency: Evidence from Denmark and Florida
S Breining, J Doyle, DN Figlio, K Karbownik, J Roth
Journal of Labor Economics 38 (1), 95-142, 2020
742020
Uncovering waste in US healthcare: Evidence from ambulance referral patterns
JJ Doyle Jr, JA Graves, J Gruber
Journal of health economics 54, 25-39, 2017
722017
How effective is lifeline banking in assisting the'unbanked'?
JJ Doyle, JA Lopez, MR Saidenberg
Current Issues in Economics and Finance 4 (6), 1998
561998
The market for foster care: an empirical study of the impact of foster care subsidies
JJ Doyle, HE Peters
Review of Economics of the Household 5, 329-351, 2007
512007
Can't buy me love? Subsidizing the care of related children
JJ Doyle
Journal of Public Economics 91 (1-2), 281-304, 2007
452007
Evaluating measures of hospital quality: Evidence from ambulance referral patterns
J Doyle, J Graves, J Gruber
Review of Economics and Statistics 101 (5), 841-852, 2019
392019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20