Papers

Publications:

Books
“The Promise of Promise Programs” Kelly, in Andrews and Goldrick-Rab, Sara (Eds.), Reinventing Financial Aid: Charting a New Course to College Aordability, Harvard Education Press (Forthcoming).

Articles
“Heterogeneous Paths Through College: Detailed Patterns and Relationships with Graduation and Earnings” (with Jing Li and Michael F. Lovenheim) (Forthcoming, Economics of Education Review).

“The Persistent Myths of ‘Acting White’ and Race Neutral Alternatives to Affirmative Action in Admissions,” Review of Black Political Economy 41(3) (2014), 357-371.

“Comments on ‘Black Americans in the 21st Century: Should We Be Optimistic or Concerned?'” Review of Black Political Economy 37(3-4) (2010), 253-255.

“Estimating The Responsiveness of College Applications to the Likelihood of Acceptance and Financial Assistance: Evidence from Texas”
(with V. Ranchhod and V. Sathy) Economics of Education Review 29(1) (2010), 104-115.

“Family Health, Children’s Own Health, and Test Score Gaps”
(with Trevon Logan) American Economics Review 100(2) (2010), 195-199.

“The Effects of the Kalamazoo Promise on College Choice”
(with Stephen DesJardins and Vimal Ranchhod) Economics of Education Review 29(5) (2010), 722-737.

“Bergstrom et al 1986: A correction”
Journal of Public Economics 90(4-5) (2006), 957-958.

Working Papers:

“The Effects of Texas’s Targeted Pre-Kindergarten Program on Academic Performance.” Rodney J. Andrews, Paul Jargowsky, Kristin Kuhne. NBER Working Paper 18598, December 2012.

“Quantile Treatment Effects of College Quality on Earnings: Evidence from Administrative Data in Texas.” Rodney J. Andrews, Jing Li, Michael F. Lovenheim. NBER Working Paper 18068, May 2012.

“Identifying Confirmatory Bias in the Field: Evidence from a Poll of Experts.”┬áRodney J. Andrews, Trevon D. Logan, Michael J. Sinkey. NBER Working Paper 18064, May 2012.

“Heterogeneous Paths Through College: Detailed Patterns and Relationships with Graduation and Earnings.”┬áRodney J. Andrews, Jing Li, Michael F. Lovenheim.