Rajashri Chakrabarti

Rajashri Chakrabarti

Senior Economist
Microeconomic Studies Function
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
33 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10045

Phone (212) 720-6415
Fax (212) 720-1844

The Long Road to Recovery: New York Schools in the Aftermath of the Great Recession
With Max Livingston
Federal Reserve Bank of New York Economic Policy Review, Forthcoming

Auto Credit and the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform: The Impact of Eliminating Cramdowns
With Nathaniel Pattison
Review of Financial Studies, Forthcoming
See also>> Federal Reserve Bank of New York Staff Report, Number 797, October 2016

Do Charter Schools Crowd Out Private School Enrollment? Evidence from Michigan
With Joydeep Roy
Journal of Urban Economics, Forthcoming

Effect of Constraints on Tiebout Competition: Evidence from a School Finance Reform
With Joydeep Roy
Regional Studies, Forthcoming
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Online Appendix
A longer version is available here.

A Tale of Two States: The Recession’s Impact on N.Y. and N.J. School Finances
With Ravi Bhalla and Max Livingston
Economic Policy Review, Volume 23, Number 1, February 2017

Housing Markets and Residential Segregation: Impacts of the Michigan School Finance Reform on Inter- and Intra-district Sorting
With Joydeep Roy
Journal of Public Economics, 122, 110-132, 2015 
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Supplementary TablesPDF

Did Cuts in State Aid during the Great Recession Lead to Changes in Local Property Taxes?PDF
With Max Livingston and Joydeep Roy
Education Finance and Policy, Forthcoming

Incentives and Responses under No Child Left Behind: Credible threats and the Role of CompetitionPDF
Journal of Public Economics, 110, 124-146, 2014
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Supplementary TablesPDF

Household Debt and Saving during the 2007 Recession
With Donghoon Lee, Wilbert van der Klaauw, and Basit Zafar
NBER book Measuring Wealth, Financial Intermediation and Their Links to the Real Economy, Charles Hulten and Marshall Reinsdorf, editors. Forthcoming

The Impact of the Great Recession on School District Finances: Evidence from New York
With Max Livingston and Elizabeth Setren
Economic Policy Review, Forthcoming

Precarious Slopes? The Great Recession, Federal Stimulus, and New Jersey Schools
Economic Policy Review, Volume 19, Number 2, December 2013
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An earlier and longer version is available here

Impact of Voucher Design on Public School Performance: Evidence from Florida and Milwaukee Voucher ProgramsPDF
B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy: Contributions, 13 (1), 2013
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An earlier and longer version is available here

New Jersey's Abbott Districts: Education Finances during the Great Recession
With Sarah Sutherland
Current Issues in Economics and Finance, (19) 4, June 2013
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An earlier and longer version is available here

Do Vouchers Lead to Sorting under Random Private-School Selection? Evidence from the Milwaukee Voucher Program PDF
Economics of Education Review 34, 191-218, 2013
55 pages / 568 kb
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Supplementary Tables PDF
12 pages / 148 kb

Accountability with Voucher Threats, Responses, and the Test-Taking Population: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from FloridaPDF
Education Finance and Policy 8(2), 2013
51 pages / 1,100 kb

Vouchers, Public School Response and the Role of Incentives: Evidence from FloridaPDF
Economic Inquiry, Volume 51, Issue 1, 500-526, 2013
41 pages / 368 kb
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An earlier and longer version is available here.

Can Increasing Private School Participation and Monetary Loss in a Voucher Program Affect Public School Performance? Evidence from MilwaukeePDF
Journal of Public Economics, Vol. 92, Number 5-6, 1371-1393, 2008
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An earlier and longer version is available here.

Rajashri Chakrabarti's CVPDF

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