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Benjamin Pyle
Benjamin Pyle
Associate Professor, Boston University School of Law
Verified email at bu.edu - Homepage
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Understanding violent-crime recidivism
JJ Prescott, B Pyle, SB Starr
Notre Dame L. Rev. 95, 1643, 2019
812019
What’s up with wage growth
MC Daly, B Hobijn, B Pyle
FRBSF Economic Letter 7, 2016
262016
Persistent overoptimism about economic growth
KJ Lansing, B Pyle
FRBSF Economic Letter 3, 9-39, 2015
142015
Identifying the impact of labor market opportunities on criminal behavior
JJ Prescott, B Pyle
International review of law and economics 59, 65-81, 2019
122019
Residual seasonality and monetary policy
GD Rudebusch, DJ Wilson, B Pyle
FRBSF Economic Letter 27, 2015
72015
Finding normal: natural rates and policy prescriptions
MC Daly, F Nechio, B Pyle
FRBSF Economic Letter 2015, 22, 2015
52015
Estimating the Impact of the Age of Criminal Majority: Decomposing Multiple Treatments in a Regression Discontinuity Framework
MG Mueller-Smith, B Pyle, C Walker
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2023
32023
Negligent hiring: Recidivism and employment with a criminal record
BD Pyle
32023
Data dependence awakens
B Pyle, JC Williams
FRBSF Economic Letter 12, 1-5, 2016
32016
Agency Incentives and Disparate Revenue Collection: Evidence from Chicago Parking Tickets
E Luh, BD Pyle, J Reeves
12023
Who Benefits from Corporate Tax Cuts?: Evidence from Banks and Credit Unions around the TCJA
E Fox, BD Pyle
12022
A Second Look: Local Labor Markets and The Impact of Ban the Box Policies After Criminal Legal Involvement
B Pyle
Available at SSRN, 2024
2024
KNOWLEDGE GENERATION AND UNCERTAINTY IN AN UNPREDICTABLE SOCIAL WORLD
B PYLE
BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 103, 2049, 2023
2023
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