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    in the Department of History Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Associate Chair in the Department of History Associate Professor of African and African American Studies Overview Having completed Out of the House of Bondage The Transformation of the Plantation Household Cambridge 2008 I turned my attention back to a project begun years before on the experience of enslaved and freed women on the battlefields of the Civil War This study focuses on the lives of black women and children in Civil War refugee and labor camps I am also completing Women at War under contract with the University of North Carolina Press and a study of Civil War veterans who served in the Egyptian Army in the 1870s entitled Playing Dixie in Egypt Civil War Veterans in the Egyptian Army and Transnational Transcripts of Race Nation Empire and Citizenship 1869 1878 Publications Glymph T 1998 Review of A Hard Fight for We Women s Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina by Leslie A Schwalm Journal of American history Bloomington Ind 85 1082 1083 Glymph T Berlin I Miller S Reidy JP Saville J Rowland L 1990 Freedom A Documentary History of Emancipation 1861 1867

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    Economist and Data Scientist who uses Big Data to answer crucial policy questions in Energy Environment and Health Nutrition He is an Assistant Professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and a Faculty Fellow in the Duke Energy Initiative He also directs the Duke UNC USDA Center for Behavioral Economics and Healthy Food Choice Research which was launched in the fall of 2014 He aims to understand how individuals make consumption choices in a data rich environment and quantify the individual and social welfare impact of their choices Building on a rigorous foundation in econometric methods he explores the potential of Big Data to estimate better models and predict the choices made by individuals while taking into account both traditional economic models and recent developments in behavioral economics He is interested in the potential for Big Data to solve wicked problems complex interdisciplinary problems in public policy by the use of three fundamental levers prices behavioral nudges and technology In particular he is interested in identifying triple win solutions These are solutions to the most challenging problems of our time that benefit individual consumers are profitable for firms and have a large positive impact on society at large Examples include policies that promote energy efficiency and healthy food choices Publications Harding M Lamarche C 2012 Quantile regression estimation of panel duration models with censored data Advances in Econometrics 29 237 267 Gillingham K Harding M Rapson D 2012 Split Incentives in Residential Energy Consumption Energy Journal 33 2 Harding M Leibtag E Lovenheim MF 2012 The Heterogeneous Geographic and Socioeconomic Incidence of Cigarette Taxes Evidence from Nielsen Homescan Data American Economic Journal Economic Policy 4 4 169 198 Harding M Lamarche C 2011 Least squares estimation of a panel data model with multifactor error structure and

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    the Department of Economics Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Faculty Fellow in The Energy Initiative Director of the Duke UNC USDA Center for Behavioral Economics Co Director of the Duke Energy Data Analytics Lab Associate Director of the Duke Information Initiative Overview Matthew Harding is an Economist and Data Scientist who uses Big Data to answer crucial policy questions in Energy Environment and Health Nutrition He is an Assistant Professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and a Faculty Fellow in the Duke Energy Initiative He also directs the Duke UNC USDA Center for Behavioral Economics and Healthy Food Choice Research which was launched in the fall of 2014 He aims to understand how individuals make consumption choices in a data rich environment and quantify the individual and social welfare impact of their choices Building on a rigorous foundation in econometric methods he explores the potential of Big Data to estimate better models and predict the choices made by individuals while taking into account both traditional economic models and recent developments in behavioral economics He is interested in the potential for Big Data to solve wicked problems complex interdisciplinary problems in public

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    Scholars Duke https scholars duke edu individual per7983302 Angel Luis Harris Professor in the Department of Sociology Professor in the Department of African African American Studies Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Affiliate of the Center for Child and Family Policy Overview Publications Harris AL 2008 Oppositional Culture Theory Harris AL Robinson K 2007 Schooling Behaviors or Prior Skills A Cautionary Tale of Omitted Variable Bias Within

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    market the Earned Income Tax Credit and other such subjects He began conducting his studies in 1977 and has since published his work extensively in books and leading academic journals Many of his projects have been funded by grants awarded by the National Institute of Health and the National Science Foundation He is currently completing a project with Duncan Thomas on Preference and Economic Decision Making under a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development His recent works also include Tax Policy and Low Wage Labor Markets New Work on Employment Effectiveness and Administration with John Karl Scholz and Charles Mullin and Designing New Models to Explain Family Change and Variation with S Philip Morgan Along with his duties as an independent researcher Professor Hotz has also held positions as a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research the National Poverty Center the Institute for the Study of Labor and the Institute for Research on Poverty He is presently a member of the Committee on National Statistics for the National Academy of Sciences Research Council Publications Hotz VJ Scholz JK 2008 Can administrative data on child support be used to improve the EITC Evidence from Wisconsin National tax journal 61 2 189 203 Hao L Hotz VJ Jin GZ 2008 Games Parents and Adolescents Play Risky Behaviors Parental Reputation and Strategic Transfers The Economic Journal 118 528 515 555 Hao L Hotz VJ Jin G 2008 Games Parents and Adolescents Play Risky Behaviour Parental Reputation and Strategic Transfers The Economic Journal 118 528 515 555 Crump RK Hotz VJ Imbens GW Mitnik OA 2008 Nonparametric tests for treatment effect heterogeneity Review of Economics and Statistics 90 3 389 405 Bacolod M Hotz VJ 2006 Cohort changes in the transition from school to work Evidence

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    relationship between childbearing patterns and labor force participation of U S women the effects of teenage pregnancy the child care market the Earned Income Tax Credit and other such subjects He began conducting his studies in 1977 and has since published his work extensively in books and leading academic journals Many of his projects have been funded by grants awarded by the National Institute of Health and the National Science Foundation He is currently completing a project with Duncan Thomas on Preference and Economic Decision Making under a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development His recent works also include Tax Policy and Low Wage Labor Markets New Work on Employment Effectiveness and Administration with John Karl Scholz and Charles Mullin and Designing New Models to Explain Family Change and Variation with S Philip Morgan Along with his duties as an independent researcher Professor Hotz has also held positions as a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research the National Poverty Center the Institute for the Study of Labor and the Institute for Research on Poverty He is presently a member of the Committee on National Statistics for the National Academy of Sciences Research Council Publications Hotz VJ McElroy SW Sanders SG 2005 Teenage childbearing and its life cycle consequences Exploiting a natural experiment Journal of Human Resources 40 3 683 715 Currie J Hotz VJ 2004 Accidents will happen Unintentional childhood injuries and the effects of child care regulations Journal of Health Economics 23 1 25 59 Currie J Hotz VJ 2004 Accidents will happen Unintentional childhood injuries and the effects of child care regulations 23 1 25 59 Currie J Hotz VJ 2004 Inequality in life and death What drives racial trends in U S child death rates Social Inequality 569 632

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    childbearing patterns and labor force participation of U S women the effects of teenage pregnancy the child care market the Earned Income Tax Credit and other such subjects He began conducting his studies in 1977 and has since published his work extensively in books and leading academic journals Many of his projects have been funded by grants awarded by the National Institute of Health and the National Science Foundation He is currently completing a project with Duncan Thomas on Preference and Economic Decision Making under a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development His recent works also include Tax Policy and Low Wage Labor Markets New Work on Employment Effectiveness and Administration with John Karl Scholz and Charles Mullin and Designing New Models to Explain Family Change and Variation with S Philip Morgan Along with his duties as an independent researcher Professor Hotz has also held positions as a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research the National Poverty Center the Institute for the Study of Labor and the Institute for Research on Poverty He is presently a member of the Committee on National Statistics for the National Academy of Sciences Research Council Publications Hao L Hotz VJ Jin GZ 2000 Games Daughters and Parents Play Teenage Childbearing Parental Reputation and Strategic Transfers Scholz JK 2000 Not Perfect but Still Pretty Good The EITC and Other Policies to Support the U S Low Wage Labour Market OECD Economic Studies 2000 II 31 25 42 Hotz VJ Xu L Tienda M Ahituv A 1999 Are There Returns to the Wages of Young Men from Working While in School Hotz VJ McElroy SW Sanders SG 1999 Teenage Childbearing and Its Life Cycle Consequences Exploiting a Natural Experiment Hill CJ Scholz JK 1998 Evaluating Work Related Cash

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    programs such as welfare to work training the relationship between childbearing patterns and labor force participation of U S women the effects of teenage pregnancy the child care market the Earned Income Tax Credit and other such subjects He began conducting his studies in 1977 and has since published his work extensively in books and leading academic journals Many of his projects have been funded by grants awarded by the National Institute of Health and the National Science Foundation He is currently completing a project with Duncan Thomas on Preference and Economic Decision Making under a grant from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development His recent works also include Tax Policy and Low Wage Labor Markets New Work on Employment Effectiveness and Administration with John Karl Scholz and Charles Mullin and Designing New Models to Explain Family Change and Variation with S Philip Morgan Along with his duties as an independent researcher Professor Hotz has also held positions as a research associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research the National Poverty Center the Institute for the Study of Labor and the Institute for Research on Poverty He is presently a member of the Committee on National Statistics for the National Academy of Sciences Research Council Publications HOTZ V MILLER R SANDERS S SMITH J 1994 A SIMULATION ESTIMATOR FOR DYNAMIC MODELS OF DISCRETE CHOICE Review of Economic Studies 61 2 265 289 HOTZ V MILLER R 1993 CONDITIONAL CHOICE PROBABILITIES AND THE ESTIMATION OF DYNAMIC MODELS Review of Economic Studies 60 3 497 529 Hotz VJ Miller RA 1991 Conditional Choice Probabilities and the Estimation of Dynamic Models HECKMAN J HOTZ V 1989 CHOOSING AMONG ALTERNATIVE NONEXPERIMENTAL METHODS FOR ESTIMATING THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL PROGRAMS THE CASE OF MANPOWER TRAINING Journal of the American Statistical Association

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