Andrés Hincapié
Andrés Hincapié
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Entrepreneurship over the Life Cycle: Where are the Young Entrepreneurs?
A Hincapié
International Economic Review 61 (2), 617-681, 2020
Family Income Inequality and the Role of Married Females' Earnings in Mexico: 1988-2010
RM Campos-Vázquez, A Hincapié, RI Rojas-Valdés
Latin American Journal of Economics 49 (1), 67-98, 2012
Innovation and Diffusion of Medical Treatment
BH Hamilton, A Hincapié, RA Miller, NW Papageorge
International Economic Review 62 (3), 953-1009, 2021
Medical innovation and health disparities
BH Hamilton, A Hincapié, EC Kalish, NW Papageorge
IZA Discussion Papers, 2022
Formación de habilidades y logros cognitivos en los niños de México
AG Hincapié, I Soloaga
El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios Económicos, 2010
Breaking Down the Gender Wage Gap by Age and by Hours Worked
L Golan, A Hincapié
The Regional Economist, 2016
Which Persists More from Generation to Generation—Income or Wealth?
GL Gayle, A Hincapié
The Regional Economist, Vol. July, 14-15, 2016
The Bright Side of Nepotism? Family CEOs, Turnover, and Firm Performance
BH Hamilton, A Hincapié, N Lyman
Working Paper, 2023
The Intergenerational Effects of Parental Leave: Exploiting Forty Years of US Policy Variation
AM Flores, GL Gayle, A Hincapié
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
What Can Be Done to Promote Black Entrepreneurship?
B Hamilton, A Hincapié, M Isaacson, P Ramakrishnan, S Sanghi
The Regional Economist, 2022
Family CEOs, Turnover, and Firm Performance
BH Hamilton, S Hanna, A Hincapié, N Lyman
Entrepreneurial Dynamics and the Small-Firm Effect
BH Hamilton, A Hincapié, M Salari
Life-Cycle Fertility, Human Capital Accumulation, and the Motherhood Career Penalty
GL Gayle, A Hincapié, RA Miller
Entrepreneurship in Black and White
BH Hamilton, A Hincapié, P Ramakrishnan, S Sanghi
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