CV and Working Papers

Link to the current version of my CV: Carolyn J. Heinrich, June 2023 CV

Link to my Google Scholar profile:

Recent or forthcoming publications (2015-23) are available on the Publications tab of my website. I will be glad to send copies of publications from 2014 and earlier (see my CV) upon request:

Working Papers. Below is a list of working papers. If a link to the paper is not provided, you may request the latest version by sending me an email message.

Domingos, Fernando Deodato, Carolyn J. Heinrich, Stéphane Saussier, and Mehdi Shiva. 2023. When More Than Two Come to Tango: Discretion, Complexity and Public Contract Renegotiations in the European Union. Working paper, University of Oxford.

Domingos, Fernando Deodato, Carolyn J. Heinrich, Stéphane Saussier, and Mehdi Shiva. 2023. Navigating Renegotiations with Sustainability at the Helm: Societal Benefits and Transaction Costs. Working paper, University of Oxford.

Fitzgerald, Clare, Alec Fraser, Carolyn J. Heinrich, and Mikkel Munksgaard. 2023. Less Heat, More Light: Building Theory from Research into Social Outcomes Contracts. Working paper, University College London.

Heinrich, Carolyn J. and Susan N. Houseman. 2022. Worker Hard and Soft skills and Labor Market Outcomes. Working paper, Vanderbilt University.

Heinrich, Carolyn J. and Deanna Malatesta. 2022. Postmortem on a Public Sector Contract Collapse: The State of Indiana’s Welfare Modernization Failure. Working paper, Vanderbilt University.

Carruthers, Celeste, Kalena Cortes and Carolyn J. Heinrich. 2018. Why Does Mentoring Matter? The Effect of Non-Financial Support on College Enrollment and Persistence. Working paper, Tennessee Postsecondary Evaluation and Analysis Research Lab.

Heinrich, Carolyn J., John Hoddinott and Michael Samson. The Impact of South Africa’s Child Support Grant on Schooling and Learning.

Heinrich, Carolyn J. and Peter Mueser. Training Program Impacts and the Onset of the Great Recession.

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