Otávio Bartalotti In the News
Otavio Bartalotti, associate professor, had a chapter titled “Regression discontinuity designs in policy evaluation” published as part of the “Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Empirical Microeconomics.”
A paper by Otavio Bartalotti, associate professor, and Desire Kedagni, assistant professor, "Identifying Marginal Treatment Effects in the Presence of Sample Selection," was accepted for publication in The Journal of Econometrics.
Otavio Bartalotti, assistant professor, had a paper, "Wild bootstrap for fuzzy regression discontinuity designs: obtaining robust bias-corrected confidence intervals," accepted for publication in the Econometrics Journal.
Congratulations to Beatriz and Otavio Bartalotti on the newest member of their family! A little girl, Helena Pereira Bartalotti, was born at 5:03 on April 22, 2019. She weighed 4.026g (8 lb 14 oz) and measured 52cm (20.5 inches). Otavio reports that the whole family is doing well.
Otavio Bartalotti, assistant professor, has a new publication forthcoming at the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy.
Otavio Bartalotti, assistant professor, presented the paper “A Correction for Regression Discontinuity Designs with Group-Specific Mismeasurement of the Running Variable,” at the North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, at UC-Davis June 21-24, 2018.
Otavio Bartalotti, assistant professor, has had his article "Regression Discontinuity and Heteroskedasticity Robust Standard Errors: Evidence from a Fixed-Bandwidth Approximation" published in the Journal of Econometric Methods. 2018; 20160007.
Five department honors students presented their capstone projects at the Honors Poster Presentation held April 26. The economics seniors who participated were Dawson Barriuso, Jonathan Becker, Rachel Brandt, Brian Garrido, and Alyssa Henderson.
Congratulations to Beatriz and Otavio Bartalotti on the birth of their daughter!
Otavio Bartalotti, “Revising the Effects of Unemployment Insurance Extensions on Unemployment: A Measurement Error-Corrected Regression Discontinuity Approach”
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Otavio Bartalotti, assistant professor, presented “Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for Sharp Regression Discontinuity Designs,” an updated version of the one presented at the beginning of the summer and co-authored with Gray Calhoun and Yang He.