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Research

PUBLISHED PAPERS

James Heckman, Rodrigo Pinto, and Peter Savelyev. Understanding the Mechanisms Through Which an Influential Early Childhood Program Boosted Adult OutcomesAmerican Economic Review (2013) 103(6): 2052-2086.  Web Appendix. Most updated working papers (almost identical to the published version): Vanderbilt, IZA, NBER, SSRN. Selected press coverage: Vanderbilt press release; Radio broadcast for the “Academic Minute”; Futurity; New York Times.

James Heckman, Seong Moon, Rodrigo Pinto, Peter Savelyev, and Adam Yavitz. Analyzing Social Experiments as Implemented: a Reexamination of the Evidence from the HighScope Perry Preschool ProgramJournal of Quantitative Economics (Econometric Society), 1 (2010) 1-46.  Web Appendix. Most updated working papers (almost identical to the published version): NBER, IZA.

James Heckman, Seong Moon, Rodrigo Pinto, Peter Savelyev, and Adam Yavitz. The Rate of Return to the HighScope Perry Preschool ProgramJournal of Public Economics, 94 (2010) 114-128.  Web Appendix. Most updated working papers (almost identical to the published version): NBER, IZA.

WORKING PAPERS

Peter Savelyev and Kegon Tan.  Socioemotional Skills, Education, and Health-Related Outcomes of High-Ability Individuals. Unpublished manuscript, The College of William and Mary, Department of Economics, September 2017. Web Appendix. Most updated working paper: SSRN. (Revised and resubmitted).

Kai Hong, Peter Savelyev, and Kegon Tan.  Understanding the Mechanisms Linking Socioemotional Skills and College Education with Longevity. Unpublished manuscript, The College of William and Mary, September 2017. Web Appendix. Most updated working paper: SSRN. (Under revision).

Peter Savelyev.  Socioemotional Skills, Education, and Longevity of High-Ability Individuals. Unpublished manuscript, Vanderbilt University, Department of Economics, December 2014.  Web Appendix.  Most updated working paper: SSRN. (Under revision).

PAPERS IN PROGRESS

Peter Savelyev, Benjamin Ward, Robert Krueger and Matt McGue.  Human Capital, Schooling Allocation in the Family, and Longevity: Evidence from US Twins. Unpublished manuscript, The College of William and Mary, April 2017.

Jahn Hakes, Tino Sanandaji, and Peter Savelyev.  Ancestry, Health Behaviors, and Mortality in the US.  Unpublished manuscript, The College of William and Mary, May 2017.

PUBLISHED BOOK CHAPTERS

James Heckman, Seong Moon, Rodrigo Pinto, Peter Savelyev, and Adam Yavitz.  A New Cost-Benefit and Rate of Return Analysis for the Perry Preschool Program: A Summary.  Reynolds, A. J., Rolnick, A. J., Englund, M. M., & Temple, J. A. (Eds.).  Childhood Programs and Practices in the First Decade of Life: A Human Capital Integration. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.  Working paper (the same version as the published chapter): NBER, IZA.

PAPERS IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES

James Heckman, Seong Moon, Rodrigo Pinto, Peter Savelyev, and Adam Yavitz. Economic Returns to Early Education for Disadvantaged Children: Lessons from the HighScope Perry Preschool Program (in Russian), Finance and Business, 3 (2010) 39-51.  Working paper: click here.  With James Heckman, Seong Moon, Rodrigo Pinto, and Adam Yavitz.

PUBLISHED PAPERS IN PHYSICS

Nikolay Kryukov, Peter Savelyev, and Andrey Zagrebin. The Radiation and Relaxation of Xe2* Excimer States in the Positive Column of Gas Discharge in Xe and Xe-He Mixture.  J. Opt. Spectr. 86 (5) 1999, 762-770. 

Nikolay Kryukov, Peter Savelyev, and Maxim Tchaplyguine.  The Radiation-Collision Quenching of Metastable Hg Atoms by Crypton. J. Opt. Spectr. 82 (5) 1997, 747-751.

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