Can Social Information Affect What Job You Choose and Keep? A Field Experiment in the United States

Researchers:
Lucas C. Coffman
Clayton R. Featherstone
Fieldwork by:
Location:
United States
Timeline:
Target group:
  • Job seekers
  • Students
  • Teachers
Outcome of interest:
  • Employment
Intervention type:
  • Conditional cash transfers
AEA RCT registration number:
AEARCTR-0004168

Coffman, Lucas C., Clayton R. Featherstone, and Judd B. Kessler. 2017. "Can Social Information Affect What Job You Choose and Keep." American Economic Journal: Applied Economics 9(1): 96–117.

Coffman, Lucas C., John J. Conlon, Clayton R. Featherstone, and Judd B. Kessler. 2019. "Liquidity Affects Job Choice: Evidence from Teach For America." The Quarterly Journal of Economics 134 (4): 2203–2236