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Brigham Frandsen
Brigham Frandsen
Associate professor of Economics, Brigham Young University
Verified email at byu.edu
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Randomization inference in the regression discontinuity design: An application to party advantages in the US Senate
MD Cattaneo, BR Frandsen, R Titiunik
Journal of Causal Inference 3 (1), 1-24, 2015
3262015
Care fragmentation, quality, and costs among chronically ill patients
BR Frandsen, KE Joynt, JB Rebitzer, AK Jha
Am J Manag Care 21 (5), 355-362, 2015
2272015
Party bias in union representation elections: Testing for manipulation in the regression discontinuity design when the running variable is discrete
BR Frandsen
Regression discontinuity designs, 2017
2022017
Quantile treatment effects in the regression discontinuity design
BR Frandsen, M Frölich, B Melly
Journal of Econometrics 168 (2), 382-395, 2012
1772012
Did Vietnam veterans get sicker in the 1990s? The complicated effects of military service on self-reported health
JD Angrist, SH Chen, BR Frandsen
Journal of public Economics 94 (11-12), 824-837, 2010
1382010
Why unions still matter: The effects of unionization on the distribution of employee earnings
BR Frandsen
Manuscript. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2012
106*2012
The effects of collective bargaining rights on public employee compensation: Evidence from teachers, firefighters, and police
BR Frandsen
ILR Review 69 (1), 84-112, 2016
902016
Judging judge fixed effects
BR Frandsen, LJ Lefgren, EC Leslie
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
852019
Impacts of unionization on quality and productivity: Regression discontinuity evidence from nursing homes
AJ Sojourner, BR Frandsen, RJ Town, DC Grabowski, MM Chen
ILR Review 68 (4), 771-806, 2015
672015
Testing rank similarity
BR Frandsen, LJ Lefgren
Review of Economics and Statistics 100 (1), 86-91, 2018
63*2018
Causes and consequences of fragmented care delivery: Theory, evidence, and public policy
L Agha, B Frandsen, JB Rebitzer
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2017
442017
Fragmented division of labor and healthcare costs: Evidence from moves across regions
L Agha, B Frandsen, JB Rebitzer
Journal of Public Economics 169, 144-159, 2019
422019
The surprising impacts of unionization: Evidence from matched employer-employee data
BR Frandsen
Economics Department, Brigham Young University, mimeo, 2014
35*2014
Treatment effects with censoring and endogeneity
BR Frandsen
Journal of the American Statistical Association 110 (512), 1745-1752, 2015
292015
Machine labor
JD Angrist, B Frandsen
Journal of Labor Economics 40 (S1), S97-S140, 2022
272022
Structuring incentives within accountable care organizations
B Frandsen, JB Rebitzer
The Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization 31 (suppl_1), i77-i103, 2015
272015
Sticking points: Common‐agency problems and contracting in the US healthcare system
B Frandsen, M Powell, JB Rebitzer
The RAND Journal of Economics 50 (2), 251-285, 2019
242019
The surprising impacts of unionization: Evidence from matched employer-employee data
BR Frandsen
Journal of Labor Economics 39 (4), 861-894, 2021
202021
Public employee pensions and collective bargaining rights: Evidence from state and local government finances
BR Frandsen, M Webb
JL Econ. & Pol'y 15, 163, 2019
122019
Acceleration of free electrons in a symmetric evanescent wave
BR Frandsen, SA Glasgow, JB Peatross
Laser physics 16 (9), 1311-1314, 2006
62006
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