Positions and Affiliations
Arts and Sciences
Distinguished Professor of Economics & Public Policy, Department
of Economics, Sanford School
of Public Policy (secondary), Duke
Principal Investigator, Great Smoky Mountains Study of Rural Aging,
University of Vermont, Duke University & NORC-UChicago
Principal Investigator, Add
Health Parent Study, Duke University & UNC-Chapel Hill
Research Scholar, Duke
Population Research Institute (DuPRI), Duke University
Faculty Affiliate, Center
for Child and Family Policy (CCFP), Duke University
Research Associate, National Bureau of
Research Affiliate, Institute for
Affiliate, National Poverty Center, Ford
School of Public Policy, University of Michigan
Research Fellow, Institute for the Study
of Labor (IZA)
Member, Human Capital
& Economic Opportunity Global Working
University of Chicago
Population Economics, Applied Econometrics, Evaluation of Impact
of Social Programs
(in PDF format)
- “Disparities in Parents’ Morbidity and
Mortality and the Intergenerational Consequences for Families in the
U.S.” (with Emily Wiemers, HwaJung Choi, Robert Schoeni and
Judith Seltzer), unpublished manuscript April 2021.
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Testimony & Presentations
Hotz, V. Joseph and
Vladislav Slanchev. Designing
Protocols to Link Sensitive Health and Administrative Records in Social
Surveys: Phase I, Duke Population Research Institute, September 1,
Stress, Well-Being & Connectedness across Two Generations with
Mobile Technologies: A Feasibility Study, Final Report. (with C.
Odgers, A. Caspi, N. Jokerst, M. Brooke, B. Fuemmeler, K. Oi, K.M.
Harris, Y.C. Yang, Joy Piontak, V. Slanchev) Duke Population Research
Institute (DUPRI) and Duke Center for Population Health and Aging
(CPHA), June 20, 2017.
- Designing New
Models for Explaining Family Change and Variation: Recommendations,
(with S.P. Morgan, C. Bledsoe, S. Bianchi, P.L. Chase-Lansdale, T.
DiPrete, S. Sanders, J. Seltzer, and D. Thomas), Final Report to
Demographic and Behavioral Sciences Branch, National Institute of Child
Health and Human Development, July 2008.
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and Extra Tables to Published Papers
supplemental materials for Aucejo, E., F. Bugni and V. J.
and Inference on Regressions with Missing Covariate Data,”
(with Esteban Aucejo and Federico Bugni), Econometric Theory, 33(1), 2017,
for Phase 1 of the Duke
College Major and Expectations Survey (DuCMES). May 2009. Used in P.
J. Hotz and S. Kang, “Modeling the College Major Choices using Elicited
Measures of Expectations and Counterfactuals,” Journal of Econometrics, 166(1), January 2012, 3-16.
for Phase 3 of the Duke
College Major and Expectations Survey (DuCMES). July 2013. Used in P.
J. Hotz, A. Maurel and T. Romano, “Ex Ante Returns
and Occupational Choice,” unpublished manuscript, February 2017.
- Tables with Complete Set of
Estimates for Hotz, V. J. and M. Xiao, “The
Impact of Regulations on the Supply
and Quality of Care in Child Care Markets,” American Economic
Review, 101(5), August 2011, 1775-1805.
- Additional Proofs
for Crump, R., V. J. Hotz, G. Imbens and O. Mitnik,
for Treatment Effect Heterogeneity,” Review of Economics and Statistics,
90(3), August 2008, 389-405.
and Extra Tables
for Hotz, V. J., G. Imbens and J. Klerman, “Evaluating
the Differential Effects of Alternative Welfare-to-Work Training
Re-Analysis of the California GAIN Program,” Journal
of Labor Economics, 24(3), July 2006, 521-566.
Data Appendix for Hotz, V.
J., S. McElroy and S. Sanders, “Teenage
Childbearing and Its Life Cycle Consequences: Exploiting a Natural
Experiment,” Journal of Human
Resources. 40(3), Summer 2005, 683-715.
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note that the HotzTran program is provided free of charge and is not
supported by either V. Joseph Hotz or Robert B. Avery.
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is a list Ph.D. students whose dissertations I chaired or served on
Last revised: August 8, 2021.