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Research Fields: Applied Microeconomics, Economics of Inequality, Education and Mental Health

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jonathan.norris@strath.ac.uk

 

Working Papers


Reference Dependent Aspirations and Peer Effects in Education (with Marco Fongoni, Agnese Romiti, and Zhan Shi).
[ Abstract | Draft (updated 08/2023) | IZA Draft (previous version) ]

The long legacy of war on health: Evidence from Cambodia (with Thi Tham Ta and Otto Lenhart).
[ Abstract | Draft ]

Marijuana Legalization and Mental Health (with Daniel Borbely, Otto Lenhart, and Agnese Romiti) Under-going significant revisions and results are likely to change.
[ Abstract | IZA Draft | Vox EU ]

Published Papers


The Long-Run Effects of Peers on Mental Health (with Lukas Kiessling), The Economic Journal 133, no. 649 (2023): 281-322.
[ Abstract | Draft | Published Link | Replication Package | Media ]

Troubled in School: Does Maternal Involvement Matter for Adolescents (with Martijn van Hasselt), Accepted (2023), Journal of Population Economics.
[ Abstract | Draft | Published Link ]

Peer Gender and Schooling: Evidence from Ethiopia (with Daniel Borbely) and Agnese Romiti), Accepted (2022), Journal of Human Capital.
[ Abstract | Draft | Published Link ]

The Skill Development of the Children of Immigrants (with Marie Hull), Economics of Education Review 78 (2020): 102036.
[ Abstract | Draft | Published Link ]

Peers, Parents, and Attitudes about School, Journal of Human Capital 14, no. 2 (Summer 2020): 290-342.
[ Abstract | Draft | Published Link ]

Identity Economics: Social Influence and Skill Development, Journal of Economic Surveys 33, no. 5 (2019): 1389-1408.
[ Abstract | Draft | Published Link ]

Work in Progress


Beliefs on Children’s Human Capital Accumulation and Mothers at Work (with Cesarine Boinet, Agnese Romiti, and Zhan Shi)

The Child Penalty: Gender Norms and Occupational Sorting (with Cesarine Boinet and Agnese Romiti)

Exposure to Inequality and the Heterogenous Effects of Shocks on Mental Health** (with Pathak Prakash)

Asymmetries in Intensity and Persistence of Reciprocity in Labour Markets (with Marco Fongoni, Alex Dickson).